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Li7 Phonological Theory covers the central topics in current and traditional phonological theory, and familiarizes students with the leading theories of phonology. Prerequisite: Li1 or equivalent.
Li7.1 Review of ordering; Lexical Phonology
Li7.2 Non-linear phonology and autosegments
Li7.3 The phonological skeleton
Li7.4 Feature Geometry
Li7.7 Prosodic phonology
Li7.8 Vowel and consonant harmony
Li7.11 Neogrammarians, Structuralism, Government Phonology
Li7.12 Natural Phonology and Optimality Theory
Li7.13 Acquisition (L1, L2, toy grammars)
Li7.14 Aphasia and speech errors
Li7.16 Loanword phonology
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