Rethinking Reduction : Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Conditions, Mechanisms, and Domains for Phonetic Variation
Francesco Cangemi, Meghan Clayards, Oliver Niebuhr, Barbara Schuppler, Margaret Zellers

Phonology and Phonetics have had a tumultuous, if not always unequivocal, relationship in the past. This relationship between natural partners is now being invigorated from both sides and novel research techniques and methodologies are fostering new interdisciplinary questions. Consequently, a major issue today is whether it is necessary to draw a line between phonology and phonetics at all. This series aims to stabilize and strengthen the rapport and, by facing the big challenges, to ensure that phonetically grounded phonology and phonologically informed phonetics will have a sound future. The series is intended as a forum for the interaction of phonology and phonetics within linguistics. It welcomes joint phonological-phonetic ventures as well as initiatives from either discipline, as long as they are made with a view of the other. To discuss your book idea or submit a proposal, please contact Natalie Fecher.

De Gruyter Mouton
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