|Edited by||Colin J. Ewen
Cambridge University Press (United Kingdom)
|Frequency||Three times a year|
Phonology is a British peer-reviewed journal of phonology published by Cambridge University Press, the only journal devoted exclusively to this subfield of linguistics. The current editors are Prof. Colin J. Ewen (Leiden University) and Prof. Ellen Kaisse (University of Washington). The volumes from 1997 on are available electronically with subscription via the site of the publisher.
Now published three times a year, in its first three years (1984–1987) it appeared once a year under the name Phonology Yearbook.
Most cited articles
As of January 2011, the top 5 most cited articles were:
- Clements, G. N. (2008). "The geometry of phonological features". Phonology 2: 225. doi:10.1017/S0952675700000440.
- Kiparsky, P. (2008). "Some consequences of Lexical Phonology". Phonology 2: 85. doi:10.1017/S0952675700000397.
- Archangeli, D. (2008). "Aspects of underspecification theory". Phonology 5: 183. doi:10.1017/S0952675700002268.
- Kaye, J.; Lowenstamm, J.; Vergnaud, J. R. (2008). "The internal structure of phonological elements: a theory of charm and government". Phonology 2: 305. doi:10.1017/S0952675700000476.
- Browman, C. P.; Goldstein, L. (2008). "Articulatory gestures as phonological units". Phonology 6: 201. doi:10.1017/S0952675700001019.
- "Most cited". Cambridge University Press. 2011. Retrieved 2011-01-28.
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