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As an authoritative periodical devoted exclusively to phonology Phonology reflects both theoretical and empirical interests. It creates a unique forum for the productive interchange of ideas among phonologists and those working in related disciplines. Many articles first published in the journal are now recognised as "classics" representing major advances in the field. As well as research articles each issue includes a section of Squibs and replies shorter pieces on topics of current or controversial interest and book reviews.
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