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p.161, section 8.1 ; popularity: 17

The syllable is an abstract phonological constituent without clear phonetic correlates (Ladefoged and Maddieson 1996).
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Here binary feature specifications are translated into scalar values; for example, [voice] is mapped to [nvoice] (Ladefoged & Vennemann 1973).
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the corresponding ejectives and implosives ((6d) and (6e) respectively).Thelanguages citedintable(6)arefrom Ladefoged&Maddieson (1996:Ch.3).
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Ladefoged, Peter and Ian Maddieson (1996). The sounds of the world's languages. Oxford, Blackwell.
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p.161, section 8.1 ; popularity: 13
Stetson’s (1928) chest pulse theory – once considered the standard physiological characterization of the syllable – was shown by Ladefoged (1967) to be largely unsubstantiated.
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CHAPTER 6

p.121, section 6.2.1

Here binary feature specifications are translated into scalar values; for example, [voice] is mapped to [nvoice] (Ladefoged & Vennemann 1973).
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CHAPTER 8

p.161, section 8.1

The syllable is an abstract phonological constituent without clear phonetic correlates (Ladefoged and Maddieson 1996).
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p.161, section 8.1
Stetson’s (1928) chest pulse theory – once considered the standard physiological characterization of the syllable – was shown by Ladefoged (1967) to be largely unsubstantiated.
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CHAPTER 13

p.316, section 13.4

the corresponding ejectives and implosives ((6d) and (6e) respectively).Thelanguages citedintable(6)arefrom Ladefoged&Maddieson (1996:Ch.3).
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p.322, section 13.6.1
./(Anderson 1971: 106–107, Ladefoged and Vennemann 1973: 62–66, Hyman 1975: 53–55).
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