Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Broselow, Ellen (1983)

Abstract

This article discusses cases of reduplication in Salishan languages where two reduplication processes apply to a single base word. The article argues that the outermost reduplicative morpheme takes as its Base only the adjacent (or ‘subjacent’) reduplicative morpheme, not the entire Base word. Urbanczyk (1996) provides an OT reanalysis of this article, which made an influential contribution to the debate about the nature of the Base for reduplication.

Broselow:1983
authorBroselow, Ellen
year1983
titleSalish double reduplications: subjacency in morphology
entrytypearticle
journalNatural Language and Linguistic Theory
volume1
pages317-346

BibTeX

@article{Broselow:1983,
    author = {Broselow, Ellen},
    year = {1983},
    title = {Salish double reduplications: subjacency in morphology},
    journal = {Natural Language and Linguistic Theory},
    volume = {1},
    pages = {317-346},
}
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