Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Golston, Chris (1995)

Abstract

Fully parallel model of exponence in which syntactic, morphological, and prosodic constraints are all vying for optimal realization in tandem, concludes that a meta-ranking holds whereby syntax outranks phonology, meaning that phonology can only delete adjacent-identical elements when the syntax has been otherwise generated fully correctly - in other words, phonology's ability to exert pressures on the realization of morphosyntactic form is limited by a meta-priority of syntactic generation over phonological pressures

Golston:1995
authorGolston, Chris
year1995
titleSyntax Outranks Phonology: Evidence from Ancient Greek
entrytypearticle
journalPhonology
volume12
pages343--368

BibTeX

@article{Golston:1995,
    author = {Golston, Chris},
    year = {1995},
    title = {Syntax Outranks Phonology: Evidence from Ancient Greek},
    journal = {Phonology},
    volume = {12},
    pages = {343--368},
}
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