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Elsewhere in phonology

Rene Paul Victor Kiparsky

Elsewhere in phonology

by Rene Paul Victor Kiparsky

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Published by Indiana University Linguistics Club in [Bloomington, Ind.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsIndiana University Linguistics Club.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP217 K53 1973
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21442002M

    Phonemes. Phonemes are the linguistically contrastive or significant sounds (or sets of sounds) of a language. Such a contrast is usually demonstrated by the existence of minimal pairs or contrast in identical environment (C.I.E.).Minimal pairs are pairs of words which vary only by the identity of the segment (another word for a single speech sound) at a single location in the word (eg. does occur elsewhere. –[u] occurs before a consonant, as well as elsewhere. • m`~ n`~ N`~ ¯` –A nasal does not occur before a consonant with a different place of articulation, but does occur elsewhere. Distribution of the alternating Problem Book in Phonology. MIT Press.

    Grounded Phonology is a remarkable book. Archangeli and Pulleyblank (A&P) pull together facts and analyses from a wide variety of languages and synthesize a general and novel theory of phonology. Every phonologist basis, such as with the Elsewhere Condition (Kiparsky ). In fact, in. Buy new & used Phonology Textbooks at Barnes & Noble®. Ship them straight to your home or dorm, or buy online and pick up in store! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

    Unfortunately, the SPE standard is not used in most current textbooks, so in depends on which theory you want to learn. The idea is the same across books, the details differ. Introducing phonology is built around the SPE standard, and Introductory phonology presents a different set of features. – user Oct 7 '18 at The functional equivalence of CVV and CVC syllables, as opposed to CV syllables, is a time-honoured observation holding true for numerous languages over a variety of phonological and morphological phenomena, including stress assignment (cf. Newman for a review).


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The rule that is inactivated by a second rule applying to the same case applies to all cases to which the second rule applies. Disjunctivity is a type of process-blocking that has received special attention since the inception of generative phonology (Chomsky & Halle ) and has significantly impacted research in other subfields in linguistics.

The principle commonly held to be responsible for disjunctivity, the Elsewhere Condition (Kiparsky ), is argued to be. Eric Bakovic’s new book provides a new look at the Elsewhere Condition. He is able to step back from the idiosyncrasies of the major phonological theories of recent years, and to encourage the reader to step back with him, and to rethink the puzzling character of many of the phenomena that have been offered as crucial cases for establishing.

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