Phonology : analysis and theory

Edmund Gussmann

Clear and concise, this textbook is an introduction to phonology for students which assumes no prior knowledge of this area of linguistics and provides an overall view of the field which can be covered within one year. The book does not confine itself to any specific theoretical approach and can therefore be used for study within any framework and also to prepare students for work in more specialised frameworks such as Optimality Theory, Government, Dependency, and Declarative Phonology. Each chapter focuses on a particular set of theoretical issues including segments, syllables, feet, and phonological processing. Gussmann explores these areas using data drawn from a variety of languages including English, Icelandic, Russian, Irish, Finnish, Turkish, and others. Suggestions for further reading and summaries at the end of each chapter enable students to find their way to more advanced phonological work.

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[目次]

  • 1. Sounds and segments
  • 2. The melody and the skeleton
  • 3. Domains and phonological regularities
  • 4. The syllable
  • 5. More on codas
  • 6. Some segmental regularities
  • 7. Syllable structure and phonological effects: quantity in Icelandic
  • 8. Segmental double agents
  • 9. Words and feet - stress in Munster Irish
  • Summary.

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書名 Phonology : analysis and theory
著作者等 Gussmann, Edmund
Bresnan, John
Comrie, B.
Crain, Stephen
Dressler, W.
Ewen, C.
Lass, R.
Lightfoot, David
Rice, K.
Austin, P.
シリーズ名 Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 2002
ページ数 xiii, 234 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0521574099
9780521574280
NCID BA55051922
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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