Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Ackema, Peter and Neeleman, Ad (2003)

Abstract

The authors argue that allomorphy is not necessarily restricted to morphosyntactic words, but may apply across word boundaries (cf. also Trommer 2002) if two morphosyntactic elements are part of the same phonological phrase. Data are taken from Dutch, Arabic, Old French and Celtic.

Ad&Neeleman:2003
authorAckema, Peter and Neeleman, Ad
year2003
titleContext-sensitive Spell-out
entrytypearticle
journalNatural Language and Linguistic Theory
volume21
pages681-735

BibTeX

@article{Ad&Neeleman:2003,
    author = {Ackema, Peter and Neeleman, Ad},
    year = {2003},
    title = {Context-sensitive Spell-out},
    journal = {Natural Language and Linguistic Theory},
    volume = {21},
    pages = {681-735},
}
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