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LINGUIST List 19.3782

Wed Dec 10 2008

Books: Phonology/Linguistic Theories: Féry, van de Vijver (Eds)

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        1.    Daniel Davies, The Syllable in Optimality Theory: Féry, van de Vijver (Eds)


Message 1: The Syllable in Optimality Theory: Féry, van de Vijver (Eds)
Date: 10-Dec-2008
From: Daniel Davies <ddaviescambridge.org>
Subject: The Syllable in Optimality Theory: Féry, van de Vijver (Eds)
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Title: The Syllable in Optimality Theory
Published: 2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
                http://us.cambridge.org

Editor: Caroline Féry
Editor: Ruben van de Vijver
Paperback: ISBN: 9780521087889 Pages: Price: U.K. £ 27.99
Paperback: ISBN: 9780521087889 Pages: Price: U.S. $ 52.00
Abstract:

Note: This is the paperback edition of a previously announced book.

This book provides an overview of the role of the syllable in Optimality
Theory (OT) and ways in which problems that relate to the analysis of
syllable structure can be solved in OT. The contributions to the book show
that the syllable not only sheds light on certain properties of OT itself.
They also show that OT is capable of describing and adequately analyzing
many issues that are problematic in other theories. The analyses are based
on a wealth of languages.

1. Introduction, Caroline Féry and Ruben van de Vijver;

Part I. Syllable Structure and Prosodic Structure:

2. Sympathy, cumulativity, and the Duke-of-York gambit, John McCarthy;
3. The controversy over geminates and syllable weight, Stuart Davis;
4. The syllable as a unit of prosodic organization in Japanese, Haruo
Kubozono;
5. Prosodic weight, Draga Zec;

Part II. Non-moraic Syllables and Syllable Edges:

6. Syllables and moras in Arabic, Paul Kiparsky;
7. Semi-syllables and universal syllabification, Young-mee Cho and Tracy
Holloway King;
8. Onsets and non-moraic syllables in German, Caroline Féry;
9. Extrasyllabic consonants and onset well-formedness, Antony Dubach Green;
10. Beyond codas: Word and phase-final alignment, Caroline Wiltshire;

Part III. Segments and Syllables:

11. On the sources of opacity in OT: Coda processes in German, Junko Ito
and Armin Mester;
12. Ambisyllabicity and fricative voicing in West-Germanic dialects, Marc
van Oostendorp;
13. The CiV generalization in Dutch: What Petunia, Mafia, and Sovjet tell
us about Dutch syllable structure, Ruben van de Vijver;
14. The relative harmony of/s+stop/onsets: Obstruent clusters and the
sonority sequencing principle, Frida Morelli;

Part IV. How Concrete is Phonotactics?

15. The independent nature of phonotactic constraints: An alternative to
syllable-based approaches, Juliette Blevins.


Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
                            Phonology

Written In: English (eng )

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