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Most investigations on language standardization have a tendency to slight phonological standardization. Moreover, phonological codification is often considered to be a by-product of standardization at other levels (morphological, syntactic) although at least one case study (for Albanian) shows that other levels may be affected, in part, as a result of phonological standardization (Byron 1976:105-106, 138). Like Albanian, the Kurdish case demonstrates active codification on the phonological level.

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