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Books: Morphologisch komplexe Wörter im Deutschen: Bergmann

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Date: 13-Sep-2018
From: Sebastian Nordhoff <Sebastian.Nordhofflangsci-press.org>
Subject: Morphologisch komplexe Wörter im Deutschen: Bergmann
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Title: Morphologisch komplexe Wörter im Deutschen
Subtitle: Prosodische Struktur und phonetische Realisierung
Series Title: Studies in Laboratory Phonology
Published: 2018
Publisher: Language Science Press
                http://langsci-press.org

Book URL: http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/155

Author: Pia Bergmann
Electronic: ISBN: 9783961101061 Pages: 437 Price: Europe EURO 0 Comment: Open Access
Abstract:

Many researchers assume that the relation between morphology and phonology is not a direct one but is modulated by prosodic constituents, particularly the phonological word. Despite the theoretical relevance of the phonological word in morphophonology, phonetic investigations of the realization of (complex) words are still rare. The book aims to shed some light on this issue. On the basis of about 3800 tokens from experimentally elicited and spontaneous speech, it investigates the prosodic boundary phenomena glottal stop insertion / glottalization and degemination, as well as durational reductions and /t/-deletions in the vicinity of a morphological and/or prosodic boundary. Informed by findings from usage-based accounts of language, it systematically introduces token frequency and other potentially influencing factors into the analysis. The results yield a rather complex picture that, on the whole, corroborates the relevance of the phonological word as an interface domain between morphology and phonology. At the same time, the results underline the necessity to consider usage-based factors such as frequency, thus all in all lending support to so-called hybrid models of language.

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            Phonetics
                            Phonology

Subject Language(s): German (deu)

Written In: German (deu)

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