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typology and modelling of obstruent lenition and fortition processes

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Mutation (Phonetics), Consonants., Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phono
StatementAndrás Cser.
SeriesPhonology, Phonology (Budapest, Hungary)
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LC ClassificationsP235 .C74 2003
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Format Book Published Budapest: Akademiai Kiado, c   The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes (review) The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition. An Effort Based Approach to Consonant Lenition - Robert Martin Kirchner - Google Books The first serious typological survey of the lenition process in modern phonological literature.

Cser, András (). The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes. Book Notices Fuzzy Grammar: A Reader by Bas Aarts, David The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes by András Cser The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes by András Cser (pp.

SPLITTING ‘INTERVOCALIC’ 29 Some of the types of process and/or change which are typically grouped under the heading of lenition are spirantisation (a segment be- coming a fricative, e.g., p becoming f), debuccalisation (a segment losing its oral articulation to become a glottal, such as x becoming h) and sonorisation (e.g., a stop becoming a tap/flap, as taps are perceived as.

Fortition and lenition Consonants Vowels Deletion Deletion and compensatory lengthening The representation of compensatory lengthening Lenition and deletion as frequency effects Epenthesis Epenthesis as. András Cser has published on theoretical and historical phonology, specifically on Latin phonology, as well as on the history of linguistics (Hungarian and European).

lenition. - I characterize lenition as spatial or temporal reduction of articulatory gestures. Traditionally, this class of processes includes degemination, medial voicing, spirantization, flapping, debuccalization, and elision.

T HE LENITION CONNECTION • I am not claiming that geminate inalterability effects only occur in lenition processes. Lenition in Tuscan Italian (gorgia toscana). Lenition and fortition, Martínez-Celdrán, E. Some chimeras of traditional Spanish phonetics. Paper presented at the Selected Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology.

McCarthy, J. Sympathy and phonological opacity. He has published on theoretical and historical phonology, specifically on Latin phonology, as well as on the history of linguistics (Hungarian and European). Lenition And Fortition Lenition And Fortition by Joaquim Brandão de Carvalho.

Download it Lenition And Fortition books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. This book aims to fill the gap for Lenition and Fortition, which is one of the first phenomena that was addressed by phonologists in the 19th century, and ever since.

The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. Gerfen, Chip. A critical view of licensing by cue: codas and obstruents in Eastern Andalusian Spanish. In Linda Lombardi (ed)., Segmental Phonology in Optimality Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Gurevich, Naomi.

Includes a parametric table illustrating cross-linguistic variation in syllabic segments, based on sonority. Cser, András. The typology and modelling of obstruent lenition and fortition processes.

The study is motivated by the uncertainty surrounding plosive affrication in the literature on lenition and fortition.

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We suggest that a decision as to the status of a given pattern involving affrication in terms of lenition or fortition should be based on thorough phonetic and phonological analysis.

Cser, András The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes, Budapest. Dart, Sarah N. Articulatory and acoustic properties of apical and laminal articulations, in: UCLA Working Papers in Phonet p. 1‒ place from her list of lenition processes, despite the fact that ease of articulation, which is a basic criterion for classifying phonological processes as lenition (cf.

Stampe 1 ), is the. Germanic Obstruent Lenition: Some mutual implications of theoretical and historical phonology.

University of Newcastle upon Tyne PhD thesis. Honeybone, Patrick. Process inhibition in historical phonology. In Barry Blake & Kate Burridge (eds.), Historical linguistics– Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Honeybone, Patrick. similation, metathesis, lenition, fortition; and recurrent phonotactics (Blevins ).

As a concrete example, consider the recurrent case of word-final obstruent devoicing. In many languages, a contrast between /p t k/ and /b d g/ is sus-pended word-finally, where only /p t k/ occur, and the same neutralization is found as a common sound change. The book is concise, well organized, and clearly written and will be of interest not only to historical phonologists, but to all concerned with issues of sonority, lenition, fortition, and obstruent systems.

[CAROLINA ´ GONZALEZ, Florida State University.] A grammar of the Hoava language, Western Solomons. an instance of lenition or fortition, as these labels app ly to diachronic processes only.

What we can conclude, following Bauer (), is that the patter n of variation is a realistic synchronic. The paper develops a phonetically based optimality-theoretic account that explains the typology of the two types of lenition. The book begins by considering key current research questions, the early history of the field, and the structuralist context for work on sound change.

In the second part, chapters examine evidence and methods, including phonological reconstruction, typology, and computational and.

Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical ofLanguage features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials and articles presented in various sections: Teaching Linguistics.

Lenition, weakening and consonantal strength: tracing concepts through the history of phonology’. Patterns of Sounds. Cambridge: (). The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes.

Budapest: Akademiai Kiado. András Cser teaches linguistics at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Besides Latin phonology, he has published on phonological theory, morphology, diachronic linguistics and the history of linguistics (Hungarian as well as European).

His works include The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes (). He has written, among others, The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition Processes (, Akadémiai).

His most recent publications include a chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Historical Phonology (, OUP). Gonzalez, C. Summary of The typology and modelling of obstruent lenition and fortition processes.

Language, 82(4), Presentations Invited Presentations at Conferences Gonzalez, C., & Reglero, L.

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(presented ). Wh-in situ questions in Spanish: the syntax-phonology interface. /fawr tish euhn/, n. Phonet.

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a phonological process that strengthens consonant articulation at the beginnings of syllables, causing devoicing or the formation of stops. Ling. a type of Celtic mutation that derives historically from&#. The Typology and Modelling of Obstruent Lenition and Fortition st: Akadémiai Kiadó, Viginti quatuor sunt iuncturae.

A Medieval Latin grammatical text with translation and a critical study. Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, Diphthongs in the syllable structure of Latin. Glotta 75 () –  The author indicates that, despite this connection, phonology has an “impoverish[ed] position” in typology (p.

5). That explains why this book plays an important role in this field since it delivers an overview of research done so far in key areas: segmental inventories, segmental processes, syllable structure, prosodic features, and.

Lingua 65 () North-Holland 1 THE FALLACY OF TYPOLOGY Remarks on the PIE stop-system Hubert HAIDER* Universit Wien, Insatut fiir Sprachivissenschajt, Men, Austria Received July ; revised version November ologically odd features of the standard reconstruction of the PIE stopsystem - voiced but no voiceless aspirates and cooccurrence restrictions on voiced stops in .