Laryngeal Features and Laryngeal Neutralization

Routledge, 3 okt 2018 - 210 pagina's
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First published in 1994. In this study, the author proposes that neutralization is the result of a wellformedness condition that the author calls the Laryngeal Constraint: In languages that have laryngeal neutralization, a laryngeal node is only licensed in a particular syllabic configuration; elsewhere the node will delink to repair the violation of well-formedness. This approach to neutralization is required to correctly explain the typology of laryngeal neutralization. This title will be of interest to students of language and linguistics.


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Linda Lombardi received a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and after a decade in academia she became a small mammal keeper while writing a column about pets and animals for the Associated Press. Lombardi has written for newspapers, magazines and websites on a variety of topics including home and garden, pets and animals, food, travel, and all things Japanese.

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