Response to ember and ember's "climate, econiche, and sexuality: influences on sonority in language"

American Anthropologist Vol/Iss. 109 Published In Pages: 784-785
By Munroe, Robert L., Fought, John G.


Munroe and Fought attempt to add new perspective to Ember and Ember's (2007) assertion that certain environmental features help to predict mean sonority levels in speech. This article discusses the other possible elements such as word length that might raise the level of communicative efficiency.

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