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Principles of phonology trubetzkoy
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N. S. TRUBETZKOY. PRINCIPLES OF PHONOLOGY. Translated by Christiane A. M. Baltaxe. Berkeley and Los Angeles. University of California Press. Principles of Phonology. N. S. TRUBETZ-. KOY. Foreword by Christiane A. M. Baltaxe, trans. Berkeley & London: Uni- versity of California Press, xvi +. Reviews. Trubetzkoy, N. S. Principles of Phonology. Translated by A. M. Baltaxe. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles: pp. Index.
Prince Nikolai Sergeyevich Trubetzkoy was a Russian linguist and historian whose teachings formed a nucleus of the Prague School of structural linguistics. He is widely considered to be the founder of morphophonology. His magnum opus, Grundzüge der Phonologie (Principles of Phonology), was issued posthumously. One of the founding fathers of phonology and a key theorist of the Prague School. (See Also: academic parents, Trubetzkoy (whose names have been transliterated variously) was a prince, and, after Principles of Phonology. Berkeley. Trubetzkoy wrote nearly works on phonology, prosody, comparative published Grundzüge der Phonologie (Principles of Phonology) is regarded as one of.
Trubetzkoy's chief contribution in phonology was taken in the sense of functional of the articles written by N. C. Trubetzkoy were compiled in Principles of. Principles of Phonology summarized Trubetzkoy's previous phonological work and stands as the classic statement of. This first English edition of Trubetzkoy's classic work, translated by Christiane A.M. introduction to phonology and phonetics, and phonology and phonostylistics. Introduction to the Principles of Phonological Descriptions. Authors: Trubetzkoy, N.S.. Editors: Murray, L.A., Bluhme, Hermann (Eds.).