From Phonetics to Phonology and Back Again

The new edition of Goldsmith [1995] has a very different content structure, for example, it no longer contains chapters on ‘Experimental Phonology’ (Ohala) or on ‘The Internal Organization of Speech Sounds’ (Clements and Hume), and it advocates a different perspective on the relationship between phonology and phonetics, summa- rized as follows in the ‘Preface’:



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