Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Collie, Sarah (2007)

Abstract

Collie studies cyclic prominence preservation in pretonic syllable sequences in English words: e.g. antícipate ? antìcipátion. The relative frequency of the base and the derived form are shown to affect the probability of preservation. Fusing insights from dual-route race models of morphological processing (Hay, Jennifer. 2003. Causes and consequences of word structure. London: Routledge) and Stratal OT, Collie proposes an analysis in which stem-level internal cyclicity emerges from morphological blocking.

Collie:2007
authorCollie, Sarah
year2007
titleEnglish stress-preservation and Stratal Optimality Theory
entrytypephdthesis
addressEdinburgh
schoolUniversity of Edinburgh

BibTeX

@phdthesis{Collie:2007,
    author = {Collie, Sarah},
    year = {2007},
    title = {English stress-preservation and Stratal Optimality Theory},
    address = {Edinburgh},
    school = {University of Edinburgh},
    url = {http://roa.rutgers.edu/files/965-0408/965-COLLIE-0-0.PDF},
}
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