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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Jensen, John T. (John Tillotson)
Title Statement
English phonology / John T. Jensen.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Amsterdam ;   Philadelphia :   J. Benjamins Pub. Co. ,   1993.  
Physical Medium
x, 251 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science . Series IV, Current issues in linguistic theory , 0304-0763 ; v. 99
ISBN
9027236011 (Eur. pb. : alk. paper) 1556195516 (US : hb. : alk. paper) : 1556195559 (US : pb. : alk. paper) : 9027236003 (Eur. hb. : alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [239]-246) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
English language --Phonology.
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100 1 0 ▼a Jensen, John T. ▼q (John Tillotson)
245 1 0 ▼a English phonology / ▼c John T. Jensen.
260 0 ▼a Amsterdam ; ▼a Philadelphia : ▼b J. Benjamins Pub. Co. , ▼c 1993.
300 ▼a x, 251 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
440 0 0 ▼a Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science . ▼n Series IV, ▼p Current issues in linguistic theory , ▼x 0304-0763 ; ▼v v. 99
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [239]-246) and index.
650 0 ▼a English language ▼x Phonology.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
1 Introduction = 1
 1.1 Phonology before SPE = 1
 1.2 SPE phonology = 7
 1.3 Phonological theory since SPE = 11
  1.3.1 Autosegmental phonology = 11
  1.3.2 Metrical phonology = 15
  1.3.3 Prosodic phonology = 17
  1.3.4 Underspecification theory = 18
  1.3.5 Lexical phonology = 20
 1.4 What is English? = 21
 1.5 Overview = 22
2 Segmental phonology = 25
 2.1 Levels of representation = 25
 2.2 English consonants = 28
  2.2.1 Glottal stop = 28
  2.2.2 Voiceless [○] = 29
  2.2.3 Affricates = 29
  2.2.4 Distinctive features of English consonants = 30
  2.2.5 Segments with restricted distribution = 32
 2.3 English vowels = 34
  2.3.1 Short, lax vowels = 34
  2.3.2 Tense vowels and diphthongs = 35
  2.3.3 Diphthongs as single units = 37
 2.4 Towards systematic phonemics = 38
 2.5 Phonology and orthography = 42
 2.6 Exercises = 44
3 The syllable and the mora = 47
 3.1 CV syllables = 47
 3.2 More complex syllables = 52
 3.3 The syllable in SPE = 55
 3.4 The internal structure of the syllable = 58
  3.4.1 The syllable boundary approach = 58
  3.4.2 The autosegmental approach = 59
  3.4.3 The constituent structure approach = 62
  3.4.4 The moraic approach = 62
 3.5 The syllable in English =  65
  3.5.1 The onset = 65
  3.5.2 The coda = 68
  3.5.3 The Coda Condition = 70
 3.6 Exercises = 76
4 English stress = 77
 4.1 Preliminaries = 77
 4.2 A parametric approach to stress = 78
  4.2.1 Quantity insensitive systems = 79
  4.2.2 Quantity sensitive systems = 86
 4.3 Stress assignment in English = 91
  4.3.1 The English Stress Rule = 91
  4.3.2 Stress retraction = 96
 4.4 Word Tree Construction = 98
 4.5 Destressing rules = 102
  4.5.1 Prestress Destrcssing = 102
  4.5.2 Poststress Destressing = 104
  4.5.3 Medial Destressing = 107
  4.5.4 Sonorant Destressing = 108
 4.6 Summary of the stress rules =111
 4.7 The cyclicity of stress rules = 111
 4.8 On the treatment of exceptions = 115
 4.9 Further reading = 119
 4.10 Exercises = 119
5 Prosodic phonology = 121
 5.1 Prosodic constituents in phonology = 121
  5.1.1 Why prosodic constituents? = 121
  5.1.2 The prosodic hierarchy = 123
 5.2 The syllable (σ) and the foot (F) = 125
 5.3 The phonological word (ω) and the clitic group (C) = 132
  5.3.1 The phonological word and Diphthong Shortening = 132
  5.3.2 The clitic group (C) = 134
 5.4 The phonological phrase (ø) = 137
 5.5 The intonation phrase (I) = 142
 5.6 The phonological utterance (U) = 147
 5.7 The ordering of the rules = 151
 5.8 Conclusion = 153
 5.9 Exercises = 153
6 Lexical phonology: the cyclic rules = 155
 6.1 Principles of lexical phonology = 155
 6.2 The interaction of morphology and phonology = 158
  6.2.1 An affix sensitive to stress = 158
  6.2.2 Zero derivation = 160
 6.3 The order of affixes = 161
 6.4 Rule cyclicity = 164
 6.5 The Strict Cycle Condition = 165
 6.6 CiV Tensing and s-Voicing = 170
 6.7 Interaction of stress rules with cyclic segmental rules = 172
 6.8 Other laxing processes = 174
 6.9 The morphology and phonology of English strong verbs = 181
  6.9.1 Verbs suffixed at stratum 1 = 181
  6.9.2 Ablaut = 183
 6.10 Exercises = 187
7 Lexical phonology: the postcyclic rules = 189
 7.1 Vowel Shift = 189
  7.1.1 Basic cases of Vowel Shift = 189
  7.1.2 [oy] = 196
  7.1.3 Another tensing rule = 197
  7.1.4 Summary = 199
 7.2 Velar Softening = 199
 7.3 Palatalization = 200
  7.3.1 Spirantization = 204
  7.3.2 SPE on right and righteous = 206
 7.4 Types of rule ordering = 207
 7.5 Other word-level processes = 209
 7.6 Vowel Reduction = 211
 7.7 Stem-final Tensing = 214
 7.8 Exercises = 216
8 Postlexical phonology and conclusion = 219
 8.1 Postlexical phonology = 219
  8.1.1 Stop allophones = 220
  8.1.2 l-Velarization = 221
  8.1.3 Sonorant Devoicing = 223
  8.1.4 Diphthong Shortening = 223
  8.1.5 Other rules = 224
  8.1.6 Summary = 227
 8.2 Some other approaches = 228
 8.3 General conclusion = 235
References = 239
Index = 247