In many languages, voiced segments that occur in syllable codas are systematically devoiced. This article examines coda devoicing in an idiolect of a Central Minnesota speaker of American English. The consonants under investigation are voiced fricatives, voiced stops, and the voiced affricate /dʒ/. The 40/60 threshold proposed by Gradoville (2011) is used as the limen to discriminate between voiced and devoiced consonants in syllable codas.
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Hennen, Alex and Koffi, Ettien
"The Acoustics of Coda Devoicing in a Central Minnesota English Idiolect,"
Linguistic Portfolios: Vol. 6
, Article 7.
Available at: https://repository.stcloudstate.edu/stcloud_ling/vol6/iss1/7