Representations of [voice] : Evidence from acquisition
Voicing in Dutch, p.1-.
Kager, R.W.J.; Feest, S. van der; Fikkert, P.; Kerkhoff, A.; Zamuner, T.
John Benjamins Publishing Company
A great deal of recent research has addressed the representation of laryngeal features. Debates in
the literature focus on several major aspects of phonological theory, including monovalent
versus bivalent features, gradient versus categorical processes, and phonetic detail in
phonological representation. In discussions of these issues, evidence from a range of sources
has been used, including phonetics, phonology, typology, and diachrony. Surprisingly, very
little evidence from acquisition has been brought to bear on the issue of laryngeal