Romance Phonology and Variation

Selected papers from the 30th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Gainesville, Florida, February 2000

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This volume contains a selection of refereed and revised papers, originally presented at the 30th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, focussing on the areas of phonology and language variation. The papers address issues in phonology such as the emergence of the unmarked, representational structure in phonology and morphology, intonation in Spanish, and issues in variation including dialectal differences, codeswitching, foreigner talk, and language death. The papers in this volume include discussions of the major Romance languages (Catalan, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), pidgins and creoles resulting from contact with Romance languages, and relationships with languages from other families, such as English and Dutch.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 217]  2002.  xi, 238 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
v
Contributors
ix
Romance phonology and variation
Caroline R. Wiltshire and Joaquim Camps
1–9
Constraining the vagaries of glide distribution in varieties of French
Barbara E. Bullock
11–25
On the relationship between comprehension and production data in codeswitching
Paola E. Dussias
27–38
Focus, word order variation and intonation in Spanish and English: An OT account
Rodrigo Gutièrrez-Bravo
39–53
Morphological complexity and Spanish object clitic variation
David Heap
55–68
Catalan phonology: Cluster simplification and nasal place assimilation
Dylan Herrick
69–83
The articulator group and liquid geometry: Implications for Spanish phonology present and past
D. Eric Holt
85–99
Intonation in Spanish and the other Ibero-Romance languages: Overview and status quaestionis
José Ignacio Hualde
101–115
‘Partial Spanish’: Strategies of pidginization and simplification (from Lingua Franca to ‘Gringo Lingo’)
John M. Lipski
117–143
The death of French in Medieval England
D. Gary Miller
145–159
Discourse context and polysemy: Spanish casi
Scott A. Schwenter
161–175
New insights into French reduplication
Mary Ellen Scullen
177–189
Local conjunction in Italian and French phonology
Bernard Tranel and Francesca Del Gobbo
191–218
On the relation between quantity-sensitive stress and distinctive vowel length: The history of a principle and its relevance for Romance
W. Leo Wetzels
219–234
Index of Terms & Concepts
235–238
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2004. Romance Syntax, Semantics and L2 Acquisition. Selected Papers from the 30th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Gainesville, FL, February 2000. Lingua 114:2  pp. 217 ff. Crossref logo

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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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