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Fri Sep 11 1998

Books: Phonology of Campidanian Sardinian

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  1. Rint Sybesma, New Book: Bolognesi: The phonology of Campidanian Sardinian

Message 1: New Book: Bolognesi: The phonology of Campidanian Sardinian

Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1998 23:16:14 +0200
From: Rint Sybesma <rinthagpub.com>
Subject: New Book: Bolognesi: The phonology of Campidanian Sardinian

Roberto Bolognesi, 
The phonology of Campidanian Sardinian. A unitary account of a
self-organizing structure.

The phonology of Campidanian Sardinian presents a comprehensive
description and theoretical account of the phonological system of
Southern Sardinian. In addition to a description of the rich variety of
phonological facts of the language, a unitary framework is developed
which is based on three existing theories: the Dependency-based ap-
proach to segmental structure, Metrical Prosody and Optimality
Theory. Major revisions and extensions of the three theories are
proposed which lead to a unitary account of an entire phonological
system, from the segmental level to the level of higher prosodic
constituents.

Contents: 1. Sociolinguistic introduction 2. The data 3. Theoretical
introduction 4. A theory of segmental structure 5. Segmental phenomena
6. A general theory of prosodic structure. 7. A rhythmic
theory of the syllable 8. Syllabification phenomena 9. Language
specific contraints 10. Conclusions

1998. 514 pp. ISBN 90 5569 043 0. Paperback. [HIL dissertations 38.
University of Amsterdam.] Price for individuals ordering directly from
HAG: NLG 40 (excl. P&P and VAT). 

Holland Academic Graphics, The Hague <http://www.hag.nl>;

Rint Sybesma
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