|Statement||edited by Anthony Bruck, Robert A. Fox, Michael W. La Galy.|
|Contributions||Bruck, Anthony, ed., Fox, Robert Allen, 1948- ed., La Galy, Michael W., ed., Chicago Linguistic Society.|
|LC Classifications||P217 .P37 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||395 p. :|
|Number of Pages||395|
|LC Control Number||74016533|
Catford, Ian. Natural sound changes: some questions of directionality in diachronic phonetics, in Parasession on Natural Phonology ( Chicago) Papers from the Parasession on Natural Phonology, Ap ed. by Anthony Bruck, Robert A. Fox, and Michael W. La Galy. , 21–29Cited by: Ohio State Working Papers in Linguistics 30 M. W. La (eds.), Chicago Linguistic Society, Papers from the parasession on natural phonology, Ap (). Linguistic change and diffusion: Description and explanation in sociolinguistic dialect by: 7. Diachronic Puzzles for Natural Phonology. Papers from the parasession on Natural Phonology, edited by , & Galy, Chicago: Chicago Linguistic : Tobias Scheer. Natural Phonology (henceforth NP), founded by Stampe (, cf. ), and not to be confused with Natural Generative Phonology (henceforth NGP, as in Vennemann and Hooper ) and other ‘natural’ and ‘concrete’ trends in process phonologies (as in Bruck et al. , cf. §33), has been well expounded in Donegan & Stampe (b) and, in terms of its application to language.
The sonority hierarchy A. Bruck, R.A. Fox, M.W. LaGaly, Papers from the parassession on natural phonology () Chicago Linguistic Society Chicago Hankamer, J. & Aissen, J. () The sonority hierarchy. John A. Goldsmith: Autosegmental & Metrical Phonology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. ISBN ISBN pbk. - Volume 14 Issue 1 - Rolf Theil Endresen. Chicago Linguistic Society, Parasession on Natural Phonology, Chicago, 18 Apr "Labio-velars and de Saussure's chess analogy." 9th International Congr. of Phonetic Sciences, Copenhagen, Denmark, 6 Aug "The listener as a source of sound change." Chicago Linguistic Society, Parasession on Language and Behavior, Chicago, 1 May This paper looks at the acquisition of APRs for English vowels and the Vowel Shift Rule (VSR), and tries to ascertain (1) whether VSR has any psychological reality, (2) at what age this psychological reality begins to be manifested, and (3) what the .
() Naturalness in historical reconstruction and changes that are not natural. In Anthony Bruck (ed.), Papers from the parasession on Natural Phonology, Ap , 13– Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. Lingua 49 (1 ) 1 3- 1 68 K-) North-Holland Publishing Company OPAOUE. STRESS IN PALESTINIAN. DOUGLAS JOHNSON Previous studies of Palestinian Arabic have Posited a simple, phonologically conditioned stress rule opaquely ordered before certain vowel-insertion processes. he i~ t diesvi-bed he her., -7MA stanees analogically extended inserted vowels and opaque stress . The framework of the argument is Natural Generative Phonology, which imposes highly restrictive conditions on phonological rules and underlying forms and strongly advocates the separation of phonology and morphology. For a comprehensive introduction to NGF, I refer to Hooper ; a survey in Dutch is Van der Hulst Naturalness in historical reconstruction and changes that are not natural. In Anthony Bruck, Robert A. Fox & Michael W. LaGaly (eds.), Papers from the Parasession on Natural Phonology, Ap , 13– Chicago: Chicago Linguistics Society.