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Constraints in phonological acquisition [electronic resource]

Constraints in phonological acquisition [electronic resource]

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Kager, René. Pater, Joe. Zonneveld, Wim.
Title Statement
Constraints in phonological acquisition [electronic resource] / edited by René Kager, Joe Pater, and Wim Zonneveld.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press,   c2004.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (x, 417 p.) : ill.
기타형태 저록
Print version:   Kager, René.   Constraints in phonological acquisition   0521829631   (211009) 000045121326  
ISBN
9780511486418 (ebook) 9780521829632 (hardback) 9780521108645 (paperback)
요약
This outstanding 2004 volume presents an overview of linguistic research into the acquisition of phonology. Bringing together well-known researchers in the field, it focuses on constraints in phonological acquisition (as opposed to rules), and offers concrete examples of the formalization of phonological development in terms of constraint ranking. The first two chapters situate the research in its broader context, with an introduction by the editors providing a brief general tutorial on Optimality Theory. Chapter two serves to highlight the history of constraints in studies of phonological development, which predates their current ascent to prominence in phonological theory. The remaining chapters address a number of partially overlapping themes: the study of child production data in terms of constraints, learnability issues, perceptual development and its relation to the development of production, and second-language acquisition.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Saving the baby : making sure that old data survive new theories -- Markedness and faithfulness constraints in child phonology -- Input elaboration, head faithfulness, and evidence for representation in the acquisition of left-edge clusters in West Germanic -- Phonological acquisition in optimality theory : the early stages -- Syllable types in cross-linguistic and developmental grammars -- Bridging the gap between receptive and productive development with minimally violable constraints -- Learning phonotactic distributions -- Emergence of universal grammar in foreign word adaptations -- The initial and final states : theoretical implications and experimental explorations of richness of the base -- Child word stress competence : an experimental approach.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Language acquisition. Grammar, Comparative and general --Phonology. Constraints (Linguistics).
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Section	Section Description	Page Number
List of contributors	
Preface	
1	Introduction   RenÃ(c) Kager and Joe Pater and Wim Zonneveld	
2	Saving the baby: making sure that old data survive new theories   Lise Menn	
3	Markedness and faithfulness constraints in child phonology   Amalia Gnanadesikan	
4	Input elaboration, head faithfulness and evidence for representation in the acquisition of left-edge clusters in West Germanic   Heather Goad and Yvan Rose	
5	Phonological acquisition in Optimality Theory: the early stages   Bruce Hayes	
6	Syllable types in cross-linguistic and developmental grammars   Clara C. Levelt and Ruben van de Vijver	
7	Bridging the gap between receptive and productive development with minimally violable constraints   Joe Pater	
8	Learning phonotactic distributions   Alan Prince and Bruce Tesar	
9	Emergence of Universal Grammar in foreign word adaptions   Shigeko Shinohara	
10	The initial and final states: theoretical implications and experimental explorations of Richness of the Base   Paul Smolensky and Lisa Davidson and Peter Jusczyk	
11	Child word stress competence: an experimental approach   Wim Zonneveld and Dominique Nouveau

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