Catalan journal of linguistics

Catalan journal of linguistics 12 records found  Search took 0.01 seconds. 
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7 p, 116.4 KB Índex
2005
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 1-7  
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8 p, 65.7 KB Morphology in Phonology : introduction / Lloret, Maria-Rosa (Universitat de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana) ; Jiménez, Jesús (Universitat de València. Departament de Filologia Catalana)
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.111
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 9-16  
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37 p, 212.5 KB Taking a Free Ride in Morphophonemic Learning / McCarthy, John J. (University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Department of Linguistics)
As language learners begin to analyze morphologically complex words, they face the problem of projecting underlying representations from the morphophonemic alternations that they observe. Research on learnability in Optimality Theory has started to address this problem, and this article deals with one aspect of it. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.112
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 19-55  
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26 p, 339.8 KB Cluster Reduction : Deletion or Coalescence? / Wheelerm, Max W. (University of Sussex. Department of Linguistics & English Language)
I show that a consequence of Correspondence Theory in Optimality Theory is that, for processes such as cluster reduction, if MAX outranks UNIFORMITY, candidates displaying coalescence are preferred to those displaying true deletion. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.113
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 57-82  
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24 p, 148.0 KB Morphological Complexity and Prosodic Minimality / Downing, Laura J. (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Typologie und Universalienforschung)
It is widely attested, cross-linguistically, for both words and prosodic morphemes to be required to be minimally bimoraic or disyllabic. Work since McCarthy and Prince (1986) argues that these minimality effects fall out from the Prosodic Hierarchy. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.114
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 83-106  
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20 p, 198.4 KB Expressing Inflection Tonally / Oostendorp, Marc van (Meertens Instituut. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences)
In Limburg Dutch, the difference between neuter and feminine agreement on adjectives is expressed by a difference in lexical tone. This paper argues that this distinction is due to a difference in underlying representations and not to a paradigmatic antifaithfulness effect. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.115
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 107-126  
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28 p, 171.9 KB Geminates and Picard Pronominal Clitic Allomorphy / José, Brian (Indiana University. Department of Linguistics) ; Auger, Julie (Indiana University. Department of French & Italian)
In this paper, we examine five pronominal clitics in Vimeu Picard with a geminate-consonant allomorph. Assuming a doubly-linked (non-moraic) representation of geminates, we attribute the four different patterns observed to four different underlying structures serving as inputs to an OT constraint ranking. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.116
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 127-154  
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16 p, 103.9 KB Optimal Gaps in Optimal Paradigms / Rice, Curt (University of Tromsø)
This article develops a treatment of phonologically motivated gaps in paradigms within Optimal Paradigms Theory (McCarthy 2001). The gaps are instances of absolute ungrammaticality, i. e. situations in which there is no output for a given input. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.117
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 155-170  
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28 p, 160.0 KB Lexical Access in Bulgarian : Nouns and Adjectives with and without Floating Vowels / Bertinetto, Pier Marco (Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa, Itàlia)) ; Jetchev, Georgi (University of Sofia St (Sofia, Bulgària). Kliment Ohridski. Department of Romance Philology)
The main goal of the experiments described in this paper was to compare the behavior of Bulgarian words with vs. without «vowel/Ø» alternation. The Ø-form may for instance be observed, within the relevant word paradigms, in noun plurals, in adjectives' gender and plural inflections, and in derived nouns. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.118
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 171-198  
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25 p, 148.5 KB Catalan Morphology and Low-level Patterns in a Network Model / Pérez Saldanya, Manuel (Universitat de València. Departament de Filologia Catalana) ; Vallès, Teresa (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya. Facultat d'Humanitats)
The fact that more specific or low-level morphological patterns may coexist with the most general or abstract ones is a characteristic insight of Cognitive Morphology. According to the bottom- up approach of the model, it is even to be expected that low-level patterns may have a more relevant role than the most inclusive and abstract ones. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.119
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 199-223  
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23 p, 122.5 KB Velar Verbs and Verbal Classes in Catalan / Viaplana, Joaquim (Universitat de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana)
There is in Catalan a set of verbs, the so-called «velar verbs», whose differential characteristic consists in presenting a velar segment between the root and the inflectional suffixes in certain morphosyntactic contexts. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.120
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 225-247  
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4 p, 44.5 KB Resums
2005 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.121
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 4 (2005) p. 249-252  

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