Tracy Alan Hall | Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Typologie und Universalienforschung, Berlin
Ursula Kleinhenz | Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Typologie und Universalienforschung, Berlin
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ISBN 9789027236807 (Eur) | EUR120.00
ISBN 9781556198915 (USA) | USD180.00
ISBN 9789027284020 | EUR120.00 | USD180.00
The present volume consists of nine articles dealing with the role of the constituent ‘phonological word’ (or ‘prosodic word’) in various typologically diverse languages. These languages and their respective families subsume Indo-European (Dutch, German, English, European Portuguese), Bantu (SiSwati, KiNande), Algonquian (Cree), Siouan (Dakota), and Salishan (Lushootseed). One contribution examines the phonological word in a sign language. The theoretical issues dealt with in the book include: evidence for the phonological word (e.g. rules, phonotactics, syllabification, stress patterns), the connection between morphosyntactic and prosodic structure (e.g. alignment phenomena in Optimality Theory), and the relationship between the phonological word and other prosodic constituents (e.g. the prosodic representation of clitics).
The volume will be of interest to all linguists and advanced students of linguistics working on Prosodic Phonology, phonology–morphology and phonology–syntax interface and Optimality Theory.
2003. Typological parameters for the study of clitics, with special reference to Tariana. In Word, ► pp. 42 ff.
2017. Lexical stress contrast marking in fluent and non-fluent aphasia in Spanish: The relationship between acoustic cues and compensatory strategies. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 31:7-9 ► pp. 642 ff.
2020. How do persons with apraxia of speech deal with morphological stress in Spanish? A preliminary study. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 34:1-2 ► pp. 131 ff.
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