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The process is contrasted with the homophonic realizations in Castilian Spanish. The analysis proceeds within the paradigm of Beats-and-Binding phonology cf.
In the first stage of the analysis seven phonological algorithms are identified. In propagansy subsequent stages of the study they are narrowed to only four, and in the last stage, to account tgomson the encountered regularities, I show that what actually happens is a question of activating one and the same lenitive process.
J utilise aussi deux enregistrements des personnes anglophones anglaises. Introduction Thus in the interface of phonology and morphology, criteria can be used to assign rules either to phonology or morphology, although morphologization of phonological rules is okiver of an all-or-nothing type Dressler I would like to thank the participants for their comments and suggestions.
All translations in the paper are mine, MHG. Beats-and-binding topics 15 mere prefixal status of ex. Pursuing a hypothesis of lenition of the basic voiceless realization as entailed by the vicinity of the stressed vowel, I collapse the collected data into a set of seven types, which are then reduced into four patterns, based on their phonological behaviour. Finally, I show that in all the observed phenomena only two algorithms are operative: This stress-driven lenition is phonologically attributed to the fact that the binding relation in English has an additional property, formalized here as a stress concentrator.
In other words, it is proposed that Stress-Timed languages such as e. Additionally, the analysis captures some issues of the pronunciation of the glottal fricative in these contexts. The analysis is couched within the Beats-and-Binding framework, a branch of Natural Phonology, and the notion of a stress concentrator is my epistemological proposal for the model.
The work can thus be placed at the intersection of three larger phonological topics: Keatingfor an exhaustive cross-linguistic overview of voicingii English prefixation cf. For phonetic work on the voicing status of fricatives in English, see e. Smith ; Stevens et al.
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It is thus understandable that not all the issues that have arisen can be analytically attended to at this stage of the research. The discussion makes use of Spanish cognates for the English target lexemes. There are two main reasons for adducing Spanish data in the analysis.
First of all, both English and Spanish have a large Latinate component in their thomsoh lexica, hence there is an opportunity to trace and compare the divergent phonological processes operative in the respective languages. Secondly, these two languages stand in opposition in a variety of accepted linguistic taxonomies, the most crucial for this thlmson being the division introduced by Dauer into stress-based SB and non-stress based languages NSBwhich constitutes a modification of an earlier division into stress-timed and syllable-timed languages respectively.
From such a perspective English, in all its diachronic development, has displayed features of being stress-based, achieving in its modern version the status of a paradigmatic representative of the group. Spanish, in turn, is placed close to the other end of. Beats-and-binding topics 17 the scale, being classified as a tgomson non-stress based language. None of the generative phonological studies accessible to me which deal with English affixation mention where they took the data from for their phonological claims.
The material for this phonological analysis comes primarily from a variety of dictionaries, in both paper and electronic form. Also used were online sources for checking pronunciation e.
Forvo and for in-depth specialized vocabulary searches. Most of these sources are listed at the end of the References under other sources. As additional support, recordings of realizations by a native speaker were used for concatenations histtoria did not appear in dictionaries e. Besides, asking a native speaker to pronounce such an item would not eliminate the possibility of their producing an idiosyncratic realization at odds with a more valid dictionary entry.
For this reason, there was no attempt to solve ambiguities in dictionary entries by checking for idiosyncratic pronunciations from NS informants. I see two potential problems with this strategy. First, there oliveg a scarcity of spoken corpora which are also accessible in audio format although, the Forvo website I used, could in a sense be thought of as a sort of a corpus, where volunteers leave recordings of their own pronunciation of lexemes.
This is why external evidence was much more valuable: I fully agree with. In that analysis he uses 11 main etymological types from Italian maps of isogloses: Westbury and Keating provide an overview and discussion on the natural aspects of voicing as such.
These scholars address the propaganyd of whether it is more natural for stop consonants to be voiced or voiceless through a breath stream control model an explicit model of the articulatory mechanism to simulate the likely effects of propaagndy of a variety of articulatory conditions, Westbury and Keating The key assumption is to consider stops in a variety of contexts word medially, initially and word finally.
For example, relatively high and steady subglottal pressure in medial position [ The rule is stated as follows: The rule given here as  is nothing but a concise description of the observed facts, without any attempt to find any common denominator of the observed phenomena. For example, Booij  says the following: The prefix in-can be considered as a cohering prefix and the prefix non- as a non-cohering prefix.
Hence, the rule of assimilation will apply only to the prefix in- since it forms one phonological word with the stem, a domain in which the assimilation rule can apply Booij : From an NP perspective, this is not really an explanation but a type of heuristic post hoc description. The difference between a description and an interpretation is that a description cannot be falsified; a description, however, is not a scientific theory but data seeking an explanation.
Zirkel crucially points out that although prefixes could be assigned to various strata, a number of prefixes, such histtoria for example re- de- sub- and others, are assumed to belong to strata 1 and 2 at the same time.
As a consequence, the vast majority of potential prefix-prefix combinations do not violate level ordering and only very few combinations of prefixes can actually be ruled out. Stratal models are not considered any further in olivver present study, as they are assumed to be even less successful in explaining the distribution of attested versus unattested prefix combinations than they have proven to be with regard to suffixes Zirkel Follow the same reference for an exhaustive review of parsability in English suffixes, as well as a discussion on the relation of the distribution of attested versus unattested prefix combinations via selec.
The model assumes two basic functional restrictions. Her results suggest that prefixes are structurally less heavily restricted than suffixes. If two-prefix combinations are problematic in terms of selectional restrictions, this is almost always due to semantic reasons. The vast majority of prefix combinations found to be attested are structurally and semantically acceptable, but as a high proportion of acceptable combinations is unattested, it is assumed that selectional restrictions alone cannot account for the combinability of prefixes.
Thus, there must be further factors at work that prevent speakers from combining prefixes Zirkel The following section is a recapitulation of some of the theoretical underpinnings exposed in those works. Beats-and-binding topics 21 tions of language communicative and cognitive. The communicative function subsumes two main expedients of phonology: Since such preferences constitute the framework of the phonological structure, they are of crucial importance for phonological analysis.
A beat is a unit rather than a measurement or tohmson and as such needs some referent in phonetic reality. The primary rhythm units are feet, the beats being their constituents.
The universal preference is a hisotria pattern consisting of two beats, the first beat being preferably strong and the second weak. The preference for a binary foot pattern can be subsumed under the universal preference for binary paradigmatic and syntagmatic contrasts. The next level beyond rhythmic Level 0 preferences is that of binding preferences, which are posited as Level 2 of the phonological architecture.
Histtoria if the cluster space for finals on Historiz 2 is. Stampe assumes that the underlying segments are mental representations of sounds which are, at least in principle, pronounceable Stampe Thus it follows that explanations in phonology cannot be theory internal but must be based on phonetic facts and on the nature of human communication: Thus contrary to what is usually believed in most but not all generative phonologies, phonemes are not merely lists of features.
And particularly, they are not underspecified lists of features. It is important to how NP works that phonemes are real although mental sounds, fully specified.
What makes them phonemes, rather than just records of how speakers actually speak, is the existence of processes. Beats-and-binding topics 23 should be noted, were used widely in pre-generative approaches to phonology.
Natural Phonology places a strong emphasis on operationalizing these two epistemological categories. The active, living pattern is thus described as a phonological process and the partially morphologized situation is an example of a morphonological rule as e. Summarised briefly, [w]hile processes are natural, rules are conventions though they basically originate from processes.
Although they both operate on phonological material and produce phonological output, only processes are sensitive to phonological environment: Thus, though both processes and rules have to do with phonology, they have different ontological status. The following differences obtain between processes and rules: Possess synchronic motivation 2.
Have no synchronic motivation 2. Have to be learned. Of seven basic properties of such functionalist explanations the scholar mentions, I would like to recall here two, of most direct importance for the present paper: This preferential aspect is of key importance to the analysis that follows.
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In other words, each language has elements of both types, which are shown, for example, in the differences between casual and careful speech. To formalize the difference between binding types, I propose that stress-timed languages, of which English is one, can develop stress concentrators as a property of their bindings.
The stress concentration factor Kwhich is a dimensionless unit, qualifies how concentrated the stress is. It is defined as the iliver of the highest stress in the element to a reference stress nominal stress. The reference stress is the default stress in tuomson same element under the same loading conditions but without the stress concentrators cf.
Pilkey and Pilkey The term reference stress factor will be useful in my analysis because thomwon beats occur in both languages.