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Optimality Theory; Phonology, Syntax, and Acquisition

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ISBN-13:
9780198238430
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.10.2000
Seiten:
648
Autor:
Joost Dekkers
Gewicht:
1075 g
Format:
234x156x35 mm
Serie:
Phonology, Syntax, and Acquisi
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Optimality theory has revolutionized phonological theory, and its insights are now being applied to other central aspects of language. This book presents the results of research as applied to syntax/language acquisition, as well as considering the main lines of attack by rule-based grammarians.
Introduction; Paul Boersma, Joost Dekkers, and Jeroen van de Weijer: Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax, and Acquisition; Part Ia: Phonology - Prosodic Representations ; Luigi Burzio: Cycles, Non-Derived-Environment Blocking and Correspondence; Bruce Hayes: Gradient Well-Formedness in Optimality Theory; Rene Kager: Stem Stress and Peak Correspondence in Dutch; John McCarthy: Faithfulness and Prosodic Circumscription; Part Ib: Phonology - Segmental Phonology ; Haike Jacobs and Carlos Gussenhoven: Loan Phonology: Perception, Salience, the Lexicon, and OT; Darlene LaCharite and Carole Paradis: Derivational Residue: Hidden Rules in OT; Norval Smith: Dependency Theory Meets OT: A Proposal for a New Approach to Segmental Structure; Part II: Syntax ; Peter Ackema and Ad Neeleman: Absolute Ungrammaticality; Stephen R. Anderson: Toward an Optimal Account of Second Position Phenomena; Joan Bresnan: Optimal Syntax; Hans Broekhuis and Joost Dekkers: Minimalism and OT: Derivations and Filters; Geraldine Legendre: Morphological and Prosodic Alignment of Bulgarian Clitics; Part III: The Acquisition of Syntax and Phonology ; Paul Boersma: Learning a Grammar in Functional Phonology; Mark Ellison: The Universal Constraint Set: Convention not Fact; Douglas Pulleyblank and William Turkel: Learning Phonology: Genetic Algorithms and Yoruba Tongue Root Harmony; Bruce Tesar: Optimality and Strict Domination in Language Learning.
Optimality Theory has revolutionized phonological theory, and its insights are now being applied to other central aspects of language. With contributors that include the leading researchers in the field, this book presents the first fruits of such research as applied to syntax and to language acquisition, as well as considering the main lines of attack on OT by rule-based grammarians. Essential reading for linguists at graduate level and above.

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