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Dependency and non-linear phonology

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Published by Croom Helm in London, Dover, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.,
  • Dependency grammar.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jacques Durand.
    SeriesCroom Helm linguistics series
    ContributionsDurand, Jacques, 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP217.3 .D46 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination333 p. :
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2542585M
    ISBN 100709908946
    LC Control Number85024265

    John Anderson and Colin Ewen, two of the most notable exponents of 'dependency phonology', present in this book a detailed account of this integrated model for the representational of segmental and suprasegmental structure in phonology. Dependency phonology departs from traditional 'linear' models of phonology, and the more recent non-linear. This book is designed to provide students of phonology with an accessible introduction to the phonological architecture of words. It offers a thorough discussion of the basic building blocks of phonology - in particular features, sounds, syllables and feet - and deals with a range of different theories about these units. Colin Ewen and Harry van der Hulst present their study within a non.

    The feature framework in Table I and in the following description is based on that of Bernhardt and Stemberger (), which in turn was based on non-linear phonological descriptions (Sagey, Product Information. Provides students of phonology with an accessible introduction to the phonological architecture of words. The book offers a thorough discussion of the basic building blocks of phonology - in particular features, sounds, syllables and feet - and deals with a .

    Jacques Durand, Generative and non-linear phonology. (Longman Linguistics Library.) London & New York: Longman, Pp. xiii + The subject matter of this book covers both so-called classical or orthodox Generative Phonology, as represented by the 'monumental' (i) The sound pattern of English (SPE = Chomsky & Halle, I), and important. John Anderson and Colin Ewen, two of the most notable exponents of 'dependency phonology', present in this book a detailed account of this integrated model for the representational of segmental and suprasegmental structure in phonology. Dependency phonology departs from traditional 'linear' models of phonology, and the more recent non-linear models of autosegmental and metrical phonology, in.


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Dependency and non-linear phonology Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology offers an introduction to dependency phonology that does not presuppose any knowledge of this framework and points out some of the major differences between dependency phonology and competing systems of representations.

The book will also act as a guide to current debates in the field of ‘non-linear. Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology offers Dependency and non-linear phonology book introduction to dependency phonology that does not presuppose any knowledge of this framework and points out some of the The book will also act as a guide to current debates in the field of ‘non-linear’ phonology.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dependency and non-linear phonology. London ; Dover, N.H.: Croom Helm, © (OCoLC) Online version.

Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology book. Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology. DOI link for Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology. Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology book.

Edited By Jacques Durand. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 3 October Pub. location : Nigel Vincent. Generative and Non-Linear Phonology (Longman Linguistics Library) - Kindle edition by Jacques, Durand.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Generative and Non-Linear Phonology (Longman Linguistics Library).5/5(1). Dependency phonology departs from traditional 'linear' models of phonology, and the more recent non-linear models of autosegmental and metrical phonology, in several respects.

Unlike in these models, suprasegmental structure is derived directly from the segmental representations, and these representations are based on single-valued features, or Cited by: "Dependency phonology" is a theory of the representation of phonological segments and sequences.

Its original statement antedated much of the work in other branches of "nonlinear phonology." The theory takes its name from its utilization of the relation of dependency. John Anderson and Colin Ewen, two of the most notable exponents of 'dependency phonology', present in this book a detailed account of this integrated model for the representational of segmental and suprasegmental structure in phonology.

Dependency phonology departs from traditional 'linear' models of phonology, and the more recent non-linear Cited by: Download Citation | On Jan 1,John Anderson and others published (Introduction to) Dependency phonology | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Modern generative phonology has witnessed an explosion of models in recent years, in the wake of Chomsky and Halle's monumental study of The Sound Pattern of English.

A variety of competing frameworks have appeared since then, usually labelled non-linear in contrast with the model advocated by Chomsky and Halle. The scene has become so crowded and complex that it is now difficult for. presented in preliminary form at the Dependency Phonology Conference organised at the University of Essex in September I'.

The purpose of the book is stated to be 'to explore in depth one such [non-linear] model - DEPENDENCY PHONOLOGY (DP) - and to examine its connections with other non-linear proposals' (Introduction, first page). Generative Phonology theory: Linear or non-linear * Linear*is a theory of the sound structure of human languges.

phonological descriptions are dependent on information from other lingustic levels and phonological rules map underlying represenations onto surface pronunciations. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that they are often complimentary rather than contradictory, and how these can be interconnect and be used together to explore the Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both 4/5(1).

Four Nonlinear Intervention Goals Practical Requirements Empirical Basis Nature of Sessions Personnel SLP Parents/caregivers/family Teachers/Speech assistants Dosage Adding the following to the child's phonological system: Target Selection New Combinations of Features New.

Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both rival interpretations and models. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that they are often complimentary rather than contradictory, and how these can be interconnect and be used together to explore the subject.

John Anderson and Colin Ewen, two of the most notable exponents of 'dependency phonology', present in this book a detailed account of this integrated model for the representational of segmental and suprasegmental structure in phonology. Dependency phonology departs from traditional 'linear'.

Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both rival interpretations and models. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that they are often complimentary rather than contradictory, and how these can be interconnect and be Cited by:   This chapter discusses some theoretical questions relating to rhotics in the languages of the world and particularly in English.

I give a phonetic overview of this heterogeneous set of sounds and shows that in spite of a cross-linguistically stable phonological behaviour, specialists have failed to identify a phonetic dimension common to all rhotics.

Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both rival interpretations and models. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that they are often complimentary rather than contradic.

Nonlinear Phonology: An Overview John J. McCarthy University of Texas at Austin and University of Massachusetts, Amherst GLOW Newsletter 8, February 0.

Introduction The last five or six years have seen a substantial change in the nature of research into phonological theory. This change has been marked by the development of several newCited by: 5.

include natural phonology and distinctive features theories. what is nonlinear phonology. emphasizes relationships among larger segments of lang- syllables, words, and phrases- as well as the impact of suprasegmental aspects of phonology- intonation, stress, and pauses- on speech production.

this theory organizes segmental and suprasegmental.linguistic phonology (linear & nonlinear) study guide by tara_richardson8 includes 9 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.

Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology First published in The purpose of this collection of articles is to explore in depth the notational model dependency phonology, and also to offer rival, non-dependency-based accounts of aspects of suprasegmental and intrasegmental : Jennifer L.

Smith.