The Phonology of Norwegian
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Počet stran: 366
'The phonology of Norwegian is a book that no future student of Norwegian phonology can afford to ignore.' -Journal of Linguistics'Another aspect of the book that will make it useful as a reference book is the copious bibliography and the many good summaries of earlier work on Norwegian phonology. Since much of this work is published in Norwegian, Kristoffersen makes a substantial body of research available for the international linguistic community.' -Journal of Linguistics'The most important aspect of a book of the type under review is [therefore, in my opinion], to what extent it will prove successful as a reference book for future students of Norwegian phonology. In this respect, I find the book very promising.' -Journal of Linguistics'The book presents the most complete treatment of Norwegian phonology... and is in itself a thing a univerity teacher of Norwegioan has only dreamt of... splendid.' -Linguist List 12.826'The book is an ideal reference source in lexical phonology for students in advanced phonology courses and professional linguists.' -Times Higher Education SupplementA remarkably clear and concise presentation of the phonological system of Norwegian by arguably the best Norwegian phonologist. The Norwegian language has undergone considerable change in the last 180 years, and in this book Gjert Kristoffersen considers the abundant evidence in order to provide us with an original analysis of the ways in which the sounds and meanings of competing languages may change and evolve.
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INVENTORY AND FEATURE SPECIFICATIONS
3 PHONOTACTIC CONSTRAINTS
4 WORD PHONOLOGY
5 SYLLABLE STRUCTURE
6 STRESS ASSIGNMENT IN SIMPLEX WORDS
7 CYCLIC STRESS ASSIGNMENT
8 CYCLIC SYLLABIFICATION
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ª ª ª adjectives affixes alternative analysis apical apply assume Bokmål boundary Chapter clitic clusters coda compound consonant constituent constraint coronal cyclic level delinking derived devoicing dialects discussed disyllabic domain East Norwegian environments example extraprosodicity feature final syllable flap foot Fretheim gemination given indef inflectional initial syllable input intonational lexical lexicon loan words long vowel main stress Mora Insertion moraic morphological nasal node non-cohering nouns Nynorsk obstruent Old Norse onset penultimate phonetic phonological phonotactic Phrase pitch accents postlexical postvocalic preceding primary stress pronounced pronunciation prosodic prosodic word realized respect retroflex flap Retroflex Rule roots schwa secondary stress Section segment sequences short vowel simplex words stems ending stress assignment Stress Rule stressed syllable structure suffix surface syllabic sonorants syllabification syllable weight syntactic tonal accents tone trochee Trondheim underlying underlying representations unstressed verb voice vowel length µ µ µ