Syllable, Stress, and Sign (Phonology and Phonetics [Pp] #33) (Hardcover)

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Syllable, Stress, and Sign (Phonology and Phonetics [Pp] #33) (Hardcover)


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This is book number 33 in the Phonology and Phonetics [Pp] series.

Representing Phonological DetailPart I: Segmental Structure and RepresentationsPart II: Syllable, Stress and Sign Part II of Representing Phonological Detail focuses on the latest phonological research on suprasegmental structure and sign language. The first main theme in this volume is syllable structure, touching on phonotactics, syllabification, gemination, syllable weight, diphthongization, and other rules. The other main theme is tone and stress, including issues in data collection, the assignment of primary and secondary stress, resolution of stress clashes, lexical accent, and syntax-tone interaction. The final section is on sign language, with special attention paid to iconicity, phonological processes, and the relation between phonetic and phonological representation.
Jeroen van de Weijer, Shenzhen University, China.
Product Details ISBN: 9783110735024
ISBN-10: 3110735024
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Publication Date: March 20th, 2023
Pages: 382
Language: English
Series: Phonology and Phonetics [Pp]