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Language learnability and L2 phonology : the acquisition of metrical parameters

Language learnability and L2 phonology : the acquisition of metrical parameters (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Archibald, John.
Title Statement
Language learnability and L2 phonology : the acquisition of metrical parameters / John Archibald.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Dordrecht ;   Boston :   Kluwer Academic Publishers ,   c1993.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 199 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Studies in theoretical psycholinguistics ; v. 19
ISBN
0792324862 (alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-185) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Metrical phonology. Polish language --Error analysis. Hungarian language --Error analysis. Polish language --Phonology, Comparative --Hungarian. Hungarian language --Phonology, Comparative --Polish. Language and languages --Study and teaching. Language acquisition.
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245 1 0 ▼a Language learnability and L2 phonology : ▼b the acquisition of metrical parameters / ▼c John Archibald.
260 0 ▼a Dordrecht ; ▼a Boston : ▼b Kluwer Academic Publishers , ▼c c1993.
300 ▼a xviii, 199 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
440 0 0 ▼a Studies in theoretical psycholinguistics ; ▼v v. 19
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-185) and indexes.
650 0 ▼a Metrical phonology.
650 0 ▼a Polish language ▼x Error analysis.
650 0 ▼a Hungarian language ▼x Error analysis.
650 0 ▼a Polish language ▼x Phonology, Comparative ▼x Hungarian.
650 0 ▼a Hungarian language ▼x Phonology, Comparative ▼x Polish.
650 0 ▼a Language and languages ▼x Study and teaching.
650 0 ▼a Language acquisition.
740 0 1 ▼a Language learnability and L two phonology.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Acknowledgements = xiii
Introduction = xv
Chapter One: Developing a Theory of Language Acquisition
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 1
 2.0 Language Learnability = 1
  2.1 The Theory of Grammar as a Theory of Mind = 2
   2.1.2 Externalized versus Internalized Language = 2
  2.2 Theories of Mind = 3
  2.3 The Question of Modularity = 5
  2.4 Evidence from Atypical Acquisition = 5
 3.0 Theories of Learning = 7
  3.1 Induction versus Deduction = 7
  3.2 Constructivism versus Innatism = 8
 4.0 The Role of the Environment = 9
  4.1 Negative Evidence = 12
  4.2 Modified Input = 13
  4.3 Modified Input in Second Language Acquisition = 14
 5.0 Conditions on Models of Language Acquisition = 14
  5.1 Parameterized Universal Grammar = 15
  5.2 Pinker's Criteria and Parameter Setting = 16
 6.0 Historical Overview of Studies in Second Language Acquisition = 17
  6.1 Transfer Errors = 19
  6.2 Developmental Errors = 20
 7.0 Universal Grammar and Second Language Acquisition = 21
 8.0 Adult Access to UG = 23
 9.0 Conclusion = 30
 Notes to Chapter One = 30
Chapter Two: Metrical Phonology
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 32
 2.0 Phonology and Learnability = 32
 3.0 Stress = 32
  3.1 English Stress = 33
  3.2 A Metrical Theory of Stress = 34
  3.3 Stress Assignment = 35
 4.0 Terminology = 36
  4.1.1 Direction of Tree Construction = 36
  4.1.2 Quantity Sensitivity = 37
  4.1.3 Extrametricality = 38
  4.1.4 Binary and Unbounded Feet = 38
  4.1.5 The Word Tree = 39
 5.0 Universal Aspects of Metrical Systems = 40
 6.0 Metrical Parameters = 40
 7.0 Investigating the Metrics of the Languages in Question = 41
  7.1.1 English Stress Revisited = 41
  7.1.2 The Cycle and Metrical Phonology = 43
  7.1.3 Extrametricality Revisited = 44
  7.1.4 Stress Retraction = 45
  7.1.5 English Metrical Parameters = 45
  7.2 Polish Stress = 46
  7.3 Hungarian Stress = 47
 8.0 A Learning Theory for Phonology = 49
  8.1 The Subset Principle = 50
  8.2 Default Settings = 51
 9.0 Conclusion = 53
 Notes to Chapter Two = 53
Chapter Three: Acquisition of L1 Stress
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 55
 2.0 Stress Acquisition in L1 = 55
 3.0 Theories of Phonological Acquisition = 59
 4.0 A Modular Lexicon = 60
 5.0 Summary = 61
 Notes to Chapter Three = 61
Chapter Four: Research Methodology
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 62
 2.0 Language Groups = 62
 3.0 Experimental Tasks = 62
  3.1 Production versus Perception = 64
 4.0 Experimental Items = 65
 5.0 The Subjects = 69
  5.1 Language Background = 69
 6.0 Additional Tests = 70
  6.1 Proficiency = 70
  6.2 Vocabulary = 70
  6.3 Order of Presentation = 71
 7.0 Developing the Instrument = 72
 8.0 Reliability of the Test = 75
 Notes to Chapter Four = 75
Chapter Five: The Polish Study
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 76
 2.0 General Predictions Regarding Polish = 76
 3.0 Polish Error Patterns = 76
 4.0 Error Totals = 77
  4.1 Two Lexicons = 80
 5.0 Explaining the Polish Errors = 80
  5.1.1 Classes 1 & 2: Common Errors = 81
  5.1.2 Classes 1 & 2: Uncommon Errors = 83
  5.1.3 Classes 1 & 2: Within-Class Variation = 84
  5.2.1 Classes 3, 4 & 5: Common Errors = 84
  5.2.2 Classes 4 & 5: Uncommon Errors = 88
  5.2.3 Class 3: Uncommon Errors = 88
  5.2.4 Classes 3, 4, & 5: Within-Class Variation = 89
  5.3.0 Class 6: Common Errors = 89
  5.3.1 Class 6: Uncommon Errors = 92
  5.3.2 Class 6: Within-Class Variation = 93
  5.4.0 Class 7: Common Errors = 93
  5.4.1 Class 7: Uncommon Errors = 95
  5.4.2 Class 7: Within-Class Variation = 96
 6.0 Overall Description of Polish Errors = 96
  6.1 Polish Errors Ranked by Class = 98
 7.0 Summary of Evidence for Adult Access to UG = 99
  7.1.1 Frequency Distribution of Errors = 99
  7.1.2 Word Production Task = 100
  7.1.3 Sentence Production Task = 102
  7.1.4 Word Perception Task = 103
  7.1.5 Sentence Perception Task = 105
 8.0 Summary of Polish Errors = 107
 Notes to Chapter Five = 108
Chapter Six: The Hungarian Study
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 110
 2.0 General Predictions Regarding Hungarian = 110
 3.0 Hungarian Error Patterns = 111
  3.1 Error Totals = 111
 4.0. Explaining the Hungarian Errors = 114
  4.1 Hungarian Errors and the Word-Tree Parameter = 114
   4.2.1 Classes 1 & 2: Common Errors = 114
   4.2.2 Classes 1 & 2: Uncommon Errors = 116
   4.2.3 Classes 1 & 2 and Quantity-Sensitivity = 116
   4.2.4 Classes 1 & 2: Within-Class Variation = 117
   4.3.1 Class 3: Common Errors = 118
   4.3.2 Class 3: Uncommon Errors = 119
   4.3.3 Class 3: Within-Class Variation = 119
   4.4.1 Classes 4 & 5: Common Errors = 119
   4.4.2 Classes 4 & 5: Uncommon Errors = 121
   4.4.3 Classes 4 & 5 and Quantity-Sensitivity = 121
   4.4.4 Classes 4 & 5: Within-Class Variation = 122
   4.5.1 Class 6: Common Errors = 122
   4.5.2 Class 6: Uncommon Errors = 123
   4.5.3 Class 6: Within-Class Variation = 124
   4.6.1 Class 7: Common Errors = 124
   4.6.2 Class 7: Uncommon Errors = 126
   4.6.3 Class 7: Within-Class Variation = 126
 5.0 Overall Description of Hungarian Errors = 127
  5.1 Hungarian Errors Ranked by Class = 128
 6.0 Summary of Evidence for Adult Access to UG = 129
  6.1.0 Frequency Distribution of Errors = 130
  6.1.1 Word Production Task = 130
  6.1.2 Sentence Production Task = 132
  6.1.3 Word Perception Task = 134
  6.1.4 Sentence Perception Task = 135
 7.0 Summary of Hungarian Errors = 137
 Notes to Chapter Six = 138
Chapter Seven: Comparing the Polish & Hungarian Studies
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 139
 2.0 Transfer of L1 Parameter Settings = 139
  2.1.0 Mean Scores = 139
  2.1.1 Word Production Task = 140
  2.1.2 Sentence Production Task = 141
  2.1.3 Word Perception Task = 142
  2.1.4 Sentence Perception Task = 144
 3.0 Error Distribution by Class = 145
  3.1.0 Word Production Task = 145
  3.1.1 Ranking of Word-production Errors by Class = 146
  3.2.0 Sentence Production Task = 147
  3.2.1 Ranking of Sentence-Production Errors by Class = 147
  3.3.0 Word Perception Task = 148
  3.3.1 Ranking of Word-Perception Errors by Class = 148
  3.4.0 Sentence Perception Task = 149
  3.4.1 Ranking of Sentence-Perception Errors by Class = 149
 4.0 Summary of Comparison = 149
Chapter Eight: Language Teachability
 1.0 Overview of the Chapter = 151
 2.0 Ultimate Attainment = 151
 3.0 Feedback = 153
  3.1 The Effects of Instruction = 154
 4.0 Teachability = 154
  4.1 Salient Input = 155
  4.2 Error Correction = 156
  4.3 Subsets and Cues = 158
  4.4 Subsets and Second Language Acquisition = 161
  4.5 Resetting Parameters = 162
 5.0 Difficulty = 164
 6.0 Explicit Knowledge and Blame Assignment = 166
 7.0 Variation and Resetting = 168
 8.0 Pedagogic Implications = 170
 Notes to Chapter Eight = 174
Chapter Nine: Summary = 175
References = 178
Appendix A = 186
Appendix B = 189
Appendix C = 190
Appendix D = 197
Name Index = 198
Subject Index = 199


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