Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Horwood, Graham (2001)

Abstract

Horwood argues that subtractive morphology is the result of antifaithfulness (Alderete 1999,2001): A derived form is required to differ from its base by deletion of a segment (i.e., a violation of the faithfulness constraint penalizing segment deletion).

Horwood:2001
authorHorwood, Graham
year2001
titleAntifaithfulness and subtractive morphology.
entrytypemisc
howpublishedMs., Rutgers University

BibTeX

@misc{Horwood:2001,
    author = {Horwood, Graham},
    year = {2001},
    title = {Antifaithfulness and subtractive morphology.},
    howpublished = {Ms., Rutgers University},
}
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