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Concreteness in generative phonology

Bernard Tranel

Concreteness in generative phonology

evidence from French

by Bernard Tranel

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.,
  • Generative grammar.,
  • French language -- Phonology.,
  • French language -- Grammar, Generative.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 315-324.

    Statementby Bernard Tranel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP217.6 .T68
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 324 p. ;
    Number of Pages324
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4117835M
    ISBN 100520041658
    LC Control Number80051243

      Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both rival interpretations and models. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that they are often complimentary rather than contradictory, and how these can be interconnect and be Cited by: Nigel Love, Generative phonology: a case-study from French. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, I98I. Pp. Viii+ Bernard Tranel, Concreteness in generative phonology: evidence from French. Berkeley: University of California Press, I98I. Pp. xiii+ While the phonology of modern French has been the subject of fairly intensive.

    Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both rival interpretations and models. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that they are often complimentary rather than contradictory, and how these can be interconnect and be used together to explore the subject. Generative rules for italian phonology [microform] / Robert J. Di Pietro; A stepmatricial generative phonology of German, by James E. Copeland; A formal theory of exceptions in generative phonology / Wim Zonneveld; Concreteness in generative phonology: evidence from .

      Concreteness in Generative Phonology presents major topics in French phonology and morphology within the theoretical framework of generative grammar. The concrete analyses advocated in Bernard Tranel’s study constitute a radical departure from the abstract solutions proposed in previous generative 3/5(29). Generative phonology is a developing field of linguistics, and is producing both rival interpretations and models. This book provides a clear and accessible evaluation of the debate. It provides a detailed overview of the main models, revealing that .


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Get this from a library. Concreteness in generative phonology: evidence from French. [Bernard Tranel] -- This study deals with four related topics in Modern French phonology and morphology: (i) the status of nasal vowels, (ii) the nature of [0] - [C]. However, Phonology in Generative Grammar is more than simply a textbook for students; it is a state-of-the-art report for advanced practitioners where outstanding problems in almost all strands of generative research are discussed at length.

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Phonological concreteness in natural generative grammar. Hooper claims that standard generative phonology cannot sustain these claims to psychological reality for analyses involving absolute neutralisation (AN) analyses and extrinsic ordering. She accordingly imposes two general conditions on phonological analyses which, she argues, will help to guarantee their psychological : Philip Carr.

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