Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Hall, Tracy Alan and Scott, John H. G. (2007)

Abstract

Hall presents a counterexample to the Optimal Paradigms model of McCarthy (2005) based on data from Southern German dialects. Unaffixed inflectional forms of verbs are argued to behave as bases for relationships of asymmetrical output-output correspondence, resulting in underapplication of /s/-dissimilation in verb forms containing the suffix /-t/.

Hall&Scott:2007
authorHall, Tracy Alan and Scott, John H. G.
year2007
titleInflectional paradigms have a base: evidence from s-Dissimilation in Southern German dialects
entrytypearticle
journalMorphology
volume17
number1
pages151-178

BibTeX

@article{Hall&Scott:2007,
    author = {Hall, Tracy Alan and Scott, John H. G.},
    year = {2007},
    title = {Inflectional paradigms have a base: evidence from s-Dissimilation in Southern German dialects},
    journal = {Morphology},
    volume = {17},
    number = {1},
    pages = {151-178},
}
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