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Author Gordon, Matthew Kelly.
Title Phonological typology / Matthew K. GOrdon.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford Univ Press, 2016.

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Author Gordon, Matthew Kelly.
Series Oxford Surveys in Phonology and Phonetics.
Oxford surveys in phonology and phonetics.
Subject Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.
Description 1 online resource : illustrations.
Summary This title provides an overview of phonological typology - the study of how sounds are distributed across the languages of the world and why they display these distributions and patterns. It analyses cross-linguistic data from a range of sources to gain insight into the driving forces behind a variety of phonological phenomena.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Phonological Typology; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of abbreviations; 1: Introduction; 1.1 Phonological typology exemplified: the case of sonority; 1.2 Frequency in phonology: phonology in typology; 1.3 The present book; 1.3.1 Cross-linguistic frequency; 1.3.2 Language-internal frequency; 1.3.3 Organization of the book; 2: Theory and explanation in phonological typology; 2.1 Types of explanations; 2.1.1 Phonetic factors; 2.1.2 Speech processing and phonological typology; 2.1.3 Frequency in phonology; 2.1.4 Analytic biases
2.2 Typology in phonology: incorporating explanation into the theory2.2.1 The relationship between analytic bias and other functional biases in typology: the case of laryngeal neutralization; 2.2.2 Typological over- and under-prediction in phonetically driven phonology; 2.2.3 Typology as a reflex of diachronic change; 2.2.4 Typology and learning biases: experimental approaches; 2.2.5 Typological variation modeled: constraints or rules; 2.2.5.1 Steriade (1999) on laryngeal neutralization in Optimality Theory; 2.2.5.2 Factorial typology in phonology: the case of syllable-contacts
2.2.5.3 Modeling frequency in a constraint-based grammar2.2.5.4 Modeling phonological acquisition; 2.3 Summary; 3: Phoneme inventories; 3.1 Cross-linguistic distribution of phonemes; 3.2 Consonants; 3.2.1 Plosives; 3.2.2 Fricatives; 3.2.3 Nasals; 3.2.4 Liquids; 3.2.5 Non-liquid approximants (glides); 3.3 Vowels; 3.4 Phonemic length; 3.5 Explaining the typology of phoneme inventories; 3.5.1 Perceptual and articulatory factors; 3.5.1.1 (Adaptive) Dispersion Theory; 3.5.1.2 Dispersion Focalization Theory; 3.5.1.3 Articulatory complexity and perceptual saturation; 3.5.1.4 Quantal Theory
3.5.1.5 Feature enhancement3.5.1.6 Feature economy; 3.6 Frequency of sounds within languages; 3.6.1 Explaining the frequency distributions within languages; 3.7 Phoneme inventories: a summary; 4: Syllables; 4.1 Internal structure of the syllable; 4.2 Syllable margins; 4.2.1 Intralanguage frequency of syllable types; 4.2.2 Relationship between onset and coda markedness; 4.2.3 Final vs. non-final coda asymmetries; 4.2.4 Sonority and place in syllabification; 4.2.5 Syllable repair processes; 4.2.6 Pseudo-syllable repair processes; 4.3 Nucleus; 4.3.1 Syllabic sounds
4.4 Representations of the syllable4.4.1 The syllable rime as a constituent; 4.4.1.1 Prohibitions against CVVC syllables; 4.4.1.2 Co-occurrence restrictions and the rime; 4.4.2 Sonority sequencing violations: the syllable appendix and perceptual salience; 4.4.3 Syllable typology and perception; 4.5 Correlations between syllable complexity and other properties; 4.6 Summary; 5: Segmental processes; 5.1 Assimilation; 5.1.1 Consonant-consonant assimilation; 5.1.2 Consonant-vowel assimilation; 5.1.3 Typological frequency of assimilation patterns
ISBN 9780191821745 (electronic bk.)
0191821748 (electronic bk.)
9780191646355 (electronic bk.)
0191646350 (electronic bk.)
9780199669004 (print)
0199669007
9780199669011
0199669015
OCLC # 944211517
Additional Format Print version: 0199669007 9780199669004 (OCoLC)919186916.



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