Collection launched: 26 Jul 2018
Rhotics display an unusually wide array of phonetic variation, both across and within languages, and no consensus has been reached as to a single phonetic property which would define the class. This special collection explores, from a variety of theoretical viewpoints and languages, whether the class of rhotics can be uniquely defined by its phonological properties, and the consequences such a definition has for the phonetics-phonology interface.
Guest Editors: Adèle Jatteau and Joaquim Brandão de Carvalho
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