Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew (1990)

Abstract

Probably the first text to acknowledge the significance of phonologically conditioned suppletion for linguistic theory. Carstairs-McCarthy argues that phonological suppletion is generally local (does not apply across word boundaries) and inward-sensitive (affix allomorphs select the phonological shapes of the bases to which they attach, but not the other way around).

Carstairs:1990
authorCarstairs-McCarthy, Andrew
year1990
titlePhonologically conditioned suppletion
entrytypeincollection
editorDressler, Wolfgang U. and DresslerLuschützky, Wolfgang U. Hans C. and DresslerLuschützkyPfeiffer, Wolfgang U. Hans C. Oskar E. and DresslerLuschützkyPfeifferRennison, Wolfgang U. Hans C. Oskar E. John R.
booktitleContemporary Morphology
publisherBerlin: Mouton de Gruyter
pages17-23

BibTeX

@incollection{Carstairs:1990,
    author = {Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew},
    year = {1990},
    title = {Phonologically conditioned suppletion},
    booktitle = {Contemporary Morphology},
    editor = {Dressler, Wolfgang U. and DresslerLuschützky, Wolfgang U. Hans C. and DresslerLuschützkyPfeiffer, Wolfgang U. Hans C. Oskar E. and DresslerLuschützkyPfeifferRennison, Wolfgang U. Hans C. Oskar E. John R.},
    publisher = {Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter},
    pages = {17-23},
}
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