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Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages. Volume 9

Katarzyna Bednarska-Adamowicz
ISBN:
978-83-8061-280-8
Pages: 220
Format: B5
Year: 2016
Language: English


CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

Preface


I. APPROACHES TO VOCALIC LENGTH IN PHONOLOGICAL THEORIES

1. Introduction
2. Vowel quantity in generative accounts
2.1. The syllable structure in the Onset-Rhyme model
2.2. Sonority Sequencing Generalisation
2.3. Right-edge extrasyllabicity in generative accounts
2.4. Summary
3. Vowel quantity in Standard Government Phonology
3.1. Syllabic constituents in GP
3.2. Phonological licensing
3.3. Empty Category Principle and Proper Government
3.4. Closed Syllable Shortening in Standard Government Phonology
3.5. Summary
4. CVCV Phonology
4.1. Syllabic constituents in CVCV
4.2. The Lateral Theory of Phonology (Scheer 2004)
4.3. Summary
5. Conclusion


II. AN INTRODUCTION TO BRETON PHONOLOGICAL SYSTEM AND THE QUESTION OF VOWEL QUANTITY DISTRIBUTION

1. Introduction
2. The Breton language and the status of the Léon dialect
2.1. The origins of the Breton Language
2.2. "The language not worthy of speaking"
2.3. Aman emaomp c'hoazh - We are here still
2.4. Dialects of Breton
2.5. Problems with the standardisation of Breton
3. The phonological system of the standard and its variations
3.1. Vowel phonemes
3.2. Diphthongs
3.3. Consonant inventory
4. The distribution of vowel length in Modern Breton
4.1. The distribution of stress
4.2. The contexts for long vowels
4.3. The contexts for short vowels
4.4. The fortis and the lenis
5. Chapter summary and problems for further analysis


III. THEORETICAL MODELS AND VOWEL QUANTITY ALTERNATIONS IN BRETON

1. Introduction
2. The melodic make-up of Breton consonants
2.1. The Theory of Elements
2.2. Elements for Breton consonants
2.3. Summary
3. A melodic analysis of Closed Syllable Shortness in Breton
3.1. Tonic lengthening
3.2. The Licensing Absorption Hypothesis (Zdziebko 2012)
3.3. Applying Licensing Absorption to Breton
3.4. Summary
4. The geminate hypothesis
4.1. A structure of geminates in LTP
4.2. Geminates in the analysis of Breton
4.3. Summary
5. A comparison of the Licensing Absorption Hypothesis and the Virtual Geminate hypothesis
6. Conclusion


IV. THEORETICAL MODELS AND VOWEL QUANTITY IN SOUTH WELSH

1. Introduction
2. Inventory and distribution of South Welsh consonants
2.1. The plosives
2.2. The fricatives
2.3. The affricates
2.4. The nasals
2.5. The liquids
2.6. The glides
3. Vowel inventory and vowel length distribution in South Welsh
3.1. Vowel quantity before obstruents
3.2. Vowel quantity before sonorants
3.3. Vowel quantity before RT and TR consonant clusters
3.4. Summary
4. An analysis of vowel lengthening in South Welsh
4.1. Stressed vowel lengthening before single onsets
4.2. Melodic representations of Welsh consonants
4.3. Applying Licensing Absorption to South Welsh
4.4. The virtual geminates hypothesis
4.5. Summary
5. Absence of vowel lengthening before consonant clusters
6. Conclusion


V. THEORETICAL MODELS OF VOWEL QUANTITY IN NORTH WELSH

1. Introduction
2. The distribution of vowel quantity in North Welsh
2.1. Vowel length before obstruents
2.2. Vowel length before sonorants
2.3. Vowel length before RT and TR clusters
2.4. Conclusions of the distribution of vowel length in North Welsh
3. Application of the Licensing Absorption hypothesis to North Welsh
4. Application of the geminate hypothesis to North Welsh
5. An alternative analysis of vowel quantity in North Welsh
5.1. Licensing Absorption hypothesis in North Welsh revisited
5.2. Virtual geminates hypothesis in North Welsh revisited
5.3. Vowel quantity in North Welsh as a lexical property
6. Conclusion

Conclusions

References

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