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Levels of interpretation in sound systems
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Krzysztof Jaskuła
ISBN:
978-83-7702-810-0
Stron: 206
Format: B5
Rok wydania: 2014


CONTENTS

Preface

1. Government Phonology - an overview
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Original assumptions, aims and terms
1.2.1. Word structure
1.2.2. Licensing and government
1.2.3. Structure and strength of segments
1.3. Subsequent changes
1.3.1. Element amendments
1.3.2. Structural modifications
1.4. Empty nuclei in Government Phonology
1.4.1. Living on the edge
1.4.1.1. Word-final empty nuclei
1.4.1.2. Word-initial empty nuclei and magic
1.4.2. Magic in word-medial empty nuclei
1.5. Chapter summary

2. Consonant weakening phenomena
2.1. Introduction
2.2. CVCV
2.2.1. Lowenstamm (1996, 1999)
2.2.2. Scheer (1996, 2004): the Lateral Theory of Phonology (LTP) based on the Coda Mirror
2.2.3. Cyran (2003, 2010) - Complexity Scales and Licensing (CSL)
2.3. Consonant-weakening phenomena
2.3.1. Prehistoric Celtic lenitions
2.3.1.1. The history of lenitions in Celtic in ancient times
2.3.1.2. Further lenitions in Goidelic and Brittonic
2.3.1.3. Irish and its weakening nuclei
2.3.1.4. Irish lenitions in a 'mirror'
2.3.1.5. Irish lenitions - CSL vs. LTP
2.3.2. Spanish lenition
2.3.2.1. Lenition of voiced stops in Modern Spanish
2.3.2.2. Spanish lenition in a rear view mirror - stops and fricatives
2.3.2.3. Proto-Romance vs. Celtic lenitions - a historical excursus
2.3.2.4. A CSL analysis of PR lenitions
2.3.2.5. An element-based approach to PR lenitions
2.3.2.6. A Polish intermezzo - Laryngeal Realism and Relativism (Cyran 2013)
2.3.2.7. Laryngeal Relativism and Western-Romance lenitions - logic and language (or the logic of language)
2.3.2.8. A Catalan puzzle
2.3.2.9. Proto-Celtic and Proto-Romance lenitions - conclusions and open questions
2.4. Chapter summary

3. Borrowings - consonant clusters, vowel epenthesis and more
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Loanword phonology - theoretical preliminaries and anti-theoretical hurdles
3.3. Japanese borrowings from English and Dutch
3.3.1. The sound system of Japanese
3.3.2. The Japanese lexicon - strata and constraints
3.3.3. Consonant clusters from the West - epenthetic vowels in Japanese
3.3.4. Inter-onset domains preserved - partial geminates
3.3.5. New inter-onset domains - gemination
3.3.6. The Japanese lexicon - strata and constraints revisited
3.3.7. Complexity Scales and Licensing in Japanese phonology
3.4. Hawaiian borrowings from English
3.4.1. The sound system of Hawaiian (the vernacular and the replacements)
3.4.2. Word adaptation in Hawaiian
3.5. Chapter summary

4. The stability of syllable structure - the skeleton-melody interface
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Syllable structure now and in the recent history of GP
4.2.1. Lowenstamm (2003) and muta cum liquida
4.2.2. Scheer and Ségéral (2005) and Gallo-Romance
4.2.3. Duanmu (2008) and the CVX approach
4.2.4. Ambiguous interpretations of surface forms - a summary
4.3. Polish consonant clusters in selected analyses
4.3.1. Consonant clusters, word-medial empty nuclei and possible licensing mechanisms
4.3.2. Consonant clusters - a new interpretation
4.3.2.1. Can sonorants branch in Polish?
4.3.2.2. Are there diphthongs in Polish?
4.3.2.3. Nasal vowels, glides or diphthongs?
4.3.2.4. Another suffix with [s] and other words
4.4. Word-final clusters in German
4.4.1. Bloch-Trojnar (2002) and new affricates in German
4.4.2. A new analysis of word-final consonant groups in German
4.5. Word-final clusters in Norwegian
4.6. English Super Heavy Rhymes and combinations of three consonants revisited
4.7. Chapter summary

Conclusion

References

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