1 edition of A guide to morphosyntax-phonology interface theories found in the catalog.
A guide to morphosyntax-phonology interface theories
Includes bibliographical references (p. -783) and indexes.
|Statement||by Tobias Scheer|
|LC Classifications||P241 .S416 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liii, 847 p. :|
|Number of Pages||847|
|ISBN 10||9783110238624, 9783110238631|
|LC Control Number||2010040348|
First, the traditional Footnote 1 Optimality Theory (henceforth OT—Prince and Smolensky /; McCarthy and Prince ), that was dominant in phonology for twenty years, assumes the parallel application of both morphological and phonological constraints, and thus tends to blur the morphology-phonology distinction (Nishiyama ).Generalized Alignment constraints . 4. Intermediate concepts used in this book 18 5. The structure of the book 24 6. Acknowledgments 26 Notes 26 PART I. The Syntax-Morphology interface 29 Chapter 1. Agreement, government, congruence 31 1. Introductory remarks 31 2. Three auxiliary concepts 32 Morphological dependency 32 Notation 33 The concept of morphological.
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A guide to morphosyntax-phonology interface theories: how extra-phonological information is treated in phonology since Tru-betzkoy’s Grenzsignale / by Tobias Scheer. Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN (hardcover: alk. paper) 1. Grammar, Comparative and general Morphosyntax. This book reviews the history of the interface between morpho-syntax and phonology roughly since World War II.
Structuralist and generative interface thinking is presented chronologically, but A guide to morphosyntax-phonology interface theories book theory by theory from the point of view of a historically interested observer who however in the last third of the book distills lessons in order to assess present-day interface theories, and to.
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[Tobias Scheer] -- This book reviews the history of the interface between morpho-syntax and phonology roughly since World War II.
Structuralist and generative interface thinking is presented chronologically, but also. A Guide to Morphosyntax-Phonology Interface Theories: How Extra-Phonological Information Is Treated in Phonology since Trubetzkoy’s Grenzsignale: By Tobias Scheer, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin.
A Guide to Morphosyntax-Phonology Interface Theories. How Extra-Phonological Information is Treated in Phonology since Trubetzkoy's Grenzsignale.
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Walter de Gruyter. Walter de Gruyter. ISBN The Morphosyntax-Phonology Connection Locality and Directionality at the Interface Edited by Vera Gribanova and Stephanie S. Shih. Addresses a core question regarding the structure of linguistic systems: how much access do the grammatical components - syntax, morphology and phonology - have to each other.
(S published a third book inA guide to morphosyntax-phonology interface theories (not discussed here), which also grew out of this project as an ambitious overview of the interface literature since structuralist times.) A short review such as this one can obviously not cover all of.
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[Tobias Scheer]. phonology interface. These theories can be divided into two main groups, according to the role they attribute to syntactic representations in creating phonological domains.
On the one hand there is the Direct Reference Theory, which claims that phonological operations are directly sensitive to syntactic information, in terms of relations of c. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Finally, it should be noted that not all models presented in this book are bona fide theories of morphology.
Some are in fact theories of syntax (e.g. Minimalism), and one (OT, see Downing, Chapter 10 this volume) is mainly a theory of phonology. However, each chapter illustrates the perspectives on morphology taken by these theories.
Theories of morphology have been classified as Item-and-Arrangement (in which both roots and affixes are treated as morphemes), or Item-and-Process (in which parsers: if a user is presented with a user interface which allows him to create an IA description, that description can be mapped internally into an IP representation.
One advantage. The book's fifteen essays make a powerful argument in favor of a particular view of the interaction of these various components, shedding light on the nature of locality domains for allomorph selection, the morphosyntactic properties of the targets of phonological exponence, and adjudicating between competing theories of morphosyntaxphonology.
modular, Rule-Based Phonological account of the Morphosyntax-Phonology Interface, and those of a cyclic, modular, Constraint-Based account (Stratal Optimality Theory). The focus here is on the theoretical distinctions between these two proposed systems that pertain to the construction of a general theory of linguistic computation.
The second part, reflecting an important characteristic of this book, is the discussion of the interface between morphology and other modules of the grammar such as phonology, syntax, and semantics. The interface between morphology and phonology: Exploring a morpho-phonological deficit in spoken production Given the central role of morphology in speaking, it is essential that processing theories of language production include accounts of morphological mechanisms.
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