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Argument Structure  

Joshua Viau and Ann Bunger

Print publication date:
Jul 2016
Online publication date:
Nov 2016
Children acquiring any language must develop an understanding both of how event components are encoded in verb meanings and of the argument structure of those verbs, that is, how the ... More

On the Syntax-Prosody Interface in African American English  

James A. Walker

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Jul 2015
Online publication date:
Aug 2015
The suprasegmental or prosodic features of African American English (AAE) have received little attention. Adopting a theory of prosodic phonology developed to address questions about the ... More

Phonology  

Gunnar Ólafur Hansson

Print publication date:
Jul 2015
Online publication date:
Jan 2016
This chapter gives a brief overview of current approaches within the generative tradition to modelling the morphology–phonology interface, with particular attention to the interaction of ... More

Phonology—Morphology Interaction in Constraint-Based Framework  

C. Orhan Orgun and Andrew Dolbey

Print publication date:
Feb 2007
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article describes the morphology–phonology interface in the context of a theory of Sign-Based Morphology. It specifically develops Paradigmatic Sign-Based Morphology (PSBM). PSBM ... More

Prominence Marking in the Japanese Intonation System  

Jennifer J. Venditti, Kikuo Maekawa, and Mary E. Beckman

Print publication date:
Nov 2008
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article explains that Japanese uses a variety of prosodic mechanisms to mark focal prominence, including local pitch range expansion, prosodic restructuring to set off the focal ... More

Segmental Phonology And Syntactic Structure  

Gorka Elordieta

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Feb 2007
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
This article provides a critical review of the phonological theories that deal with segmental phenomena. It also presents data and arguments that constitute a challenge to these theories ... More

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