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Lexical Strata in English : Morphological Causes, Phonological Effects.

By: Series: Cambridge Studies in LinguisticsPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (339 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511150920
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Lexical Strata in English : Morphological Causes, Phonological EffectsDDC classification:
  • 425
LOC classification:
  • PE1571 .G54 1999
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Cambridge Studies in Linguistics -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- 1 A requiem for Lexical Phonology? -- 2 Affix-driven stratification: the grand illusion -- 2.1 The origins -- 2.2 Some diagnostics for stratal association -- 2.3 Dual membership: a problem for affix-driven stratification -- 2.4 Dual membership among English derivational suffixes -- 2.5 Summary -- 3 Principles of base-driven stratification -- 3.1 Further failings of affix-driven stratification -- 3.2 Base-driven affixation on stratum 1 -- 3.3 Base categories and the number of strata: stem in German -- 3.4 Interactions between the strata -- 4 Deriving the Strict Cyclicity Effect -- 4.1 Strict Cyclicity and the Elsewhere Condition -- 4.2 Implications -- 4.3 The abstractness of the final stratum -- 5 Phonology and the literate speaker: orthography in Lexical Phonology -- 5.1 The problem of schwa-vowel alternations -- 5.2 The limits of phonological derivation -- 5.3 Interlude: on the relationship between phonology and orthography -- 5.4 Beyond the limits: spelling-driven phonological rules -- 5.5 Conclusions and implications -- 6 [r]-sandhi and liaison in RP -- 6.1 Explananda -- 6.2 Previous accounts: [r]-deletion and insertion -- 6.3 An alternative account of [r]-sandhi -- 7 Input vowels to [r]-sandhi: RP and London English -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The low 'monophthongs': rule inversion in progress? -- 7.3 The representation and derivation of [з:] -- 7.4 More on stratum 1 -- 7.5 Concluding remarks: on the RP vowel inventory -- 8 Syllables and strata -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Syllabification and morphological structure: some facts -- 8.3 Domain-final consonants and the size of the rhyme: extrametricality and resyllabification -- 8.4 Syllabification without resyllabification -- 8.5 Syllabification and lexical strata -- 8.6 Liaison -- Notes -- List of references.
Subject index -- Index of words, roots and affixes.
Summary: This book offers a formally coherent theory of the interaction of phonological and morphological processes.
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Intro -- Cambridge Studies in Linguistics -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- 1 A requiem for Lexical Phonology? -- 2 Affix-driven stratification: the grand illusion -- 2.1 The origins -- 2.2 Some diagnostics for stratal association -- 2.3 Dual membership: a problem for affix-driven stratification -- 2.4 Dual membership among English derivational suffixes -- 2.5 Summary -- 3 Principles of base-driven stratification -- 3.1 Further failings of affix-driven stratification -- 3.2 Base-driven affixation on stratum 1 -- 3.3 Base categories and the number of strata: stem in German -- 3.4 Interactions between the strata -- 4 Deriving the Strict Cyclicity Effect -- 4.1 Strict Cyclicity and the Elsewhere Condition -- 4.2 Implications -- 4.3 The abstractness of the final stratum -- 5 Phonology and the literate speaker: orthography in Lexical Phonology -- 5.1 The problem of schwa-vowel alternations -- 5.2 The limits of phonological derivation -- 5.3 Interlude: on the relationship between phonology and orthography -- 5.4 Beyond the limits: spelling-driven phonological rules -- 5.5 Conclusions and implications -- 6 [r]-sandhi and liaison in RP -- 6.1 Explananda -- 6.2 Previous accounts: [r]-deletion and insertion -- 6.3 An alternative account of [r]-sandhi -- 7 Input vowels to [r]-sandhi: RP and London English -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The low 'monophthongs': rule inversion in progress? -- 7.3 The representation and derivation of [з:] -- 7.4 More on stratum 1 -- 7.5 Concluding remarks: on the RP vowel inventory -- 8 Syllables and strata -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Syllabification and morphological structure: some facts -- 8.3 Domain-final consonants and the size of the rhyme: extrametricality and resyllabification -- 8.4 Syllabification without resyllabification -- 8.5 Syllabification and lexical strata -- 8.6 Liaison -- Notes -- List of references.

Subject index -- Index of words, roots and affixes.

This book offers a formally coherent theory of the interaction of phonological and morphological processes.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.

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