morphological effects, pronounciation, monosyllabic, prevelar raising
Many language-internal factors
- Despite relatively few words with BEG and BAG, there are phonological, morphological, and lexical effects.
- A small word list may not have captured all this
- (For regional and other sociolinguistic patterns, see my ADS presentation in January.)
Original Publication Citation
Joseph A. Stanley. 2018. “The differences between and within BEG and BAG: Phonological, morphological, and lexical effects in prevelar raising.” 47th annual meeting of New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV47). New York City, New York. October 18–21. (With UGA Graduate School travel award.)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Stanley, Joseph A., "The differences between and within BEG and BAG: Phonological, morphological, and lexical effects in prevelar raising" (2018). Faculty Publications. 6115.
University of Georgia
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