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A prosodic model of sign language phonology

A prosodic model of sign language phonology (4회 대출)

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Brentari, Diane.
서명 / 저자사항
A prosodic model of sign language phonology / Diane Brentari.
발행사항
Cambridge, Mass. :   MIT Press,   c1998.  
형태사항
xviii, 376 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Language, speech, and communication
ISBN
0262024454
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"A Bradford Book."  
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [335]-351) and indexes.
일반주제명
Sign language. American Sign Language. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology. Sign language. American Sign Language. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.
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245 1 2 ▼a A prosodic model of sign language phonology / ▼c Diane Brentari.
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260 ▼a Cambridge, Mass. : ▼b MIT Press, ▼c c1998.
300 ▼a xviii, 376 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 24 cm.
440 0 ▼a Language, speech, and communication
500 ▼a "A Bradford Book."
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [335]-351) and indexes.
650 0 ▼a Sign language.
650 0 ▼a American Sign Language.
650 0 ▼a Grammar, Comparative and general ▼x Phonology.
650 4 ▼a Sign language.
650 4 ▼a American Sign Language.
650 4 ▼a Grammar, Comparative and general ▼x Phonology.

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CONTENTS

Preface = xiii

Notational Conventions and Abbreviations = xvii

Chapter 1

Goals of the Model = 1

 1.1 General Introduction = 1

 1.2 Introduction to Sign Structures = 3

 1.3 Overview of the Prosodic Model = 22

Chapter 2

The Use of Constraint-Based Frameworks and Prosodic Units in Analyses of Sign Languages = 53

 2.1 General Assumptions = 53

 2.2 How Constraint-Based Models Operate = 55

 2.3 Feature Geometry and Dependency Phonology = 63

 2.4 The Phonetics-Phonology Interface and Enhancement Theory = 69

 2.5 Markedness = 69

 2.6 The Syllable and the Prosodic Word = 70

 2.7 The Relationship between Native and Nonnative Components of the ASL Lexicon = 81

 2.8 The Prosodic Model in the Context of Other Models of Sign Language Phonology = 83

Chapter 3

Inherent Features = 93

 3.1 A Feature Geometry for ASL = 93

 3.2 The Traditional ASL Parameters and Their Relationship to Class Nodes = 96

 3.3 The Structure of the Inherent Features : Arficulator and Place = 97

 3.4 Handshape Inventories, Redundancy, and Markedness = 117

 3.5 Place of Articulation = 119

 3.6 The Orientation Relation = 123

 3.7 Nonterminal Features = 126

 3.8 Conclusion = 126

Chapter 4

Prosodic Features = 129

 4.1 Introduction to Movement Types = 129

 4.2 Movement Migration : Proximalization and Distalization = 133

 4.3 Path Features = 136

 4.4 Setting Changes = 151

 4.5 Orientation Changes = 155

 4.6 Handshape Changes = 158

 4.7 An Articulator-Free Feature : [Trilled Movement] = 164

 4.8 Nonmanual Prosodic Features = 173

 4.9 Conclusion = 174

Chapter 5

Timing Units = 177

 5.1 Definition of Timing Units in the Prosodic Model = 177

 5.2 Three Segment Slots or Two? = 180

 5.3 Two-Movement Stems = 186

 5.4 Phonological Operations Involving Timing Units : Phrase-Final Lengthening = 193

 5.5 A Morphophonemic Operation Using Timing Units : A Linearly Ordered Affix in ASL-[Delayed Completive] = 196

 5.6 Sequential Movements Are Syllables = 205

 5.7 Conclusion = 211

Chapter 6

Complexity, Sonority, and Weight in ASL Syllables = 213

 6.1 Complexity in Inherent and Prosodic Branches of Structure = 213

 6.2 Prosodic Complexity as Visual Sonority = 216

 6.3 Grammatical Uses of Visual Sonority in Syllables = 224

 6.4 Subsyllabic Units of Prosodic Analysis = 237

 6.5 Weight Units and Their Interaction th Syntactic Constituents = 244

 6.6 Conclusion = 245

Chapter 7

The Structure of Two-Handed Signs = 247

 7.1 The Importance of Two-Handed Signs in a General Description of Sign Language Phonology = 247

 7.2 Alternative Accounts of H₂ = 251

 7.3 Arguments Supporting a Single Structure for Two-Handed Signs = 256

 7.4 The Prosodic Model's Structure for H₂ = 260

 7.5 An Optimality-Theoretic Account of Weak Drop = 265

 7.6 Alternative Accounts of H₂ Revisited = 277

 7.7 H₂as a Prosodic Unit = 279

 7.8 Conclusion and Residual Issues = 282

Chapter 8

Contributions of Sign Language Phonology to Phonological Theory and Cognitive Science = 285

 8.1 The Prosodic Model Revisited = 285

 8.2 Constraints, Inventories, and the Lexicon = 292

 8.3 Units of Phonological Analysis = 303

 8.4 Similarities between the Architecture of the Visual System and the Prosodic Model = 306

 8.5 Conclusion = 313

Appendix A The Letters of the ASL Manual Alphabet Labeled [Flexed] or Nonflexed = 315

Appendix B Verb Forms That Do and Do Not Allow the [Delayed Completive] Aspect = 317

Appendix C Forms That Undergo Reduplicative Nominalization = 319

Appendix D Descriptive Categories of Two-Handed Signs According to Their Ability to Undergo Weak Drop = 321

Notes = 325

References = 335

Index of Illustrated Signs = 353

General Index = 355