LINGUIST List 8.1080

Wed Jul 23 1997

Books: Phonology

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Message 1: book announcement-phonology

Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 22:18:31 EDT
From: Benjamin T Bruening <muawiyaMIT.EDU>
Subject: book announcement-phonology


MIT Working Papers in Linguistics is pleased to offer the 30th volume
in its ongoing series:

MITWPL vol. 30 - PF: PAPERS AT THE INTERFACE	(July 1997)
	edited by Benjamin Bruening, Yoonjung Kang,
		and Martha McGinnis

A collection of papers on phonology and morphology and their
interaction with other components of the grammar. It includes the
following papers:

Baek, Judy - PROSODIC PHRASING AND FOCUS IN KOREAN
Kenstowicz, Michael and Hyang-Sook Sohn - PHRASING AND FOCUS IN
	NORTHERN KYUNGSANG KOREAN
Kang, Yoonjung - TONE IN SUKUMA
Zoll, Cheryl - A NOTE ON MULTIPLE PROMINENCE AND TONE MAPPING
Hagstrom, Paul - CONTEXTUAL METRICAL INVISIBILITY
Landau, Idan - WEIGHT-BY-CYCLE
Sandalo, Filomena - STRESS IN KADIWEU AND THE MAXIMALITY CONSTRAINT
Cote, Marie-Helene - PHONETIC SALIENCE AND CONSONANT CLUSTER
	SIMPLIFICATION
Shinohara, Shigeko - DEFAULT ACCENTUATION AND FOOT STRUCTURE IN
	JAPANESE: ANALYSIS OF JAPANESE ADAPTATIONS OF FRENCH WORDS
Bruening, Benjamin - ABKHAZ MABKHAZ: M-REDUPLICATION IN ABKHAZ,
	WEIGHTLESS SYLLABLES, AND BASE-REDUPLICANT CORRESPONDENCE
Pensalfini, Rob - JINGULU VOWEL HARMONY: SYNTAX-SENSITIVE PHONOLOGY
Schutze, Carson T. - THE PROSODIC STRUCTURE OF SERBO-CROATIAN FUNCTION
	WORDS: AN ARGUMENT FOR TIED CONSTRAINTS
Roberts, Taylor - THE OPTIMAL SECOND POSITION IN PASHTO
Bobaljik, Jonathan and Susi Wurmbrand - PRELIMINARY NOTES ON AGREEMENT
	IN ITELMEN
Halle, Morris - DISTRIBUTED M0RPHOLOGY: IMPOVERISHMENT AND FISSION
Harris, James - WHY n'ho IS PRONOUNCED [li] IN BARCELONI CATALAN;
	MORPHOLOGICAL IMPOVERISHMENT, MERGER, FUSION, AND FISSION


For price and ordering information, contact mitwplmit.edu or write to:

MITWPL
E39-245 MIT
Dept. of Ling. & Phil.
77 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA
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