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Message 1: Comparative Morphological Study on the Dialectal Continuum: Dawei, Palaw and Myeik from morphological process approach
Date: 11-Aug-2011
From: Htein Win <hteinwin519128gmail.com>
Subject: Comparative Morphological Study on the Dialectal Continuum: Dawei, Palaw and Myeik from morphological process approach
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Institution: Yangon University
Program: Myanmar Language
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2005

Author: Htein Win

Dissertation Title: Comparative Morphological Study on the Dialectal Continuum: Dawei, Palaw and Myeik from morphological process approach

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

Dissertation Director:
Khin Aye
Tin Shwe
Tin Tun
Shwe Thwin
Aung Myint Oo

Dissertation Abstract:

The dissertation depicted Comparative Morphological Study on the Dialectal
Continuum: Dawei, Palaw and Myeik spoken in the Taninthari, southern
coastal area of Myanmar/Burma through Morphological process. In this study,
discovered the simul fixation, cranberry morpheme and discontinuous free
morpheme in affixation process, vowel and consonant changes; and empty
morph in conversion process, harmonious reduplication, equivalent syllabic
reduplication in reduplication process, initial, middle and back syllables
subtractions in subtraction process, some lexical resemblance between the
standardized Myanmar Archives and dialectal words; and dialect mixtures in
resemblance process, metathesis, co-ordinate and sub-ordinate compounds;
and zero morpheme in compounding process, lastly, phonethemes and syntactic
clitic morpheme have been explored. Moreover, general morphological
characteristics of dialectal continuum in the Taninthari, southern coastal
area has been researched and contributed in the study.




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