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Constraints in phonological acquisition

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language acquisition.,
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.,
  • Constraints (Linguistics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by René Kager, Joe Pater, and Wim Zonneveld.
    ContributionsKager, René., Pater, Joe., Zonneveld, Wim.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP118 .C6727 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 417 p. :
    Number of Pages417
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3683610M
    ISBN 100521829631
    LC Control Number2003043476

    Constraints in phonological acquisition. By René Kager, Joe Pater, and Wim Zonneveld. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. ISBN $ (Hb). Reviewed by Ellen Broselow, Stony Brook University (SUNY) This volume is an indispensable contribution to the literature exploring the connections between. Early Studies of Phonological Development (s–s) The s and s: Generative vs. Functionalist Approaches to Phonological Acquisition. From the s to Phonological Constraints. The Future of Phonological Acquisition. ConclusionCited by:

    The lexical variables of word frequency and neighborhood density were hypothesized to facilitate sound change to varying degrees. Twelve children with functional phonological delays participated in an alternating-treatments experiment to promote sound change. Results indicated word frequency was most facilitative in sound change, whereas dense neighborhood structure was least by: Bruce Hayes Phonological acquisition in Optimality Theory system. It is worth pondering, I think, what might be done to characterise in a formal phonological theory what a lO-month-oldhas already learned. 4. Phonological knowledge To clarify this task, it .

    but they flow naturally from the interaction of phonological and morphological constraints. Again a parallel, output-to-output comparison is shown to be more satisfactory than a multi-level serial approach. The final chapter of the first section of the book is, “Faithfulness and prosodic circumscription,”. OOFS JOHN BENJAMINS PUBLISHING COMP ANY Optimality Theory and phonological acquisition 3 demand that the output representations are similar to the input (underlying) representations. These many requirements are often in conflict. For example, markedness constraints prefer output representations that are unmarked, but.


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Bringing together well-known researchers, this collection of essays focuses on constraints in phonological acquisition. The first two chapters review the research in its broader context, including an introduction by the editors that provides a concise tutorial on Optimality : Paperback.

This outstanding 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.

Constraints in Phonological Acquisition 0th Edition by René Kager (Editor), Joe Pater (Editor), Wim Zonneveld (Editor) & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. Constraints in phonological acquisition (review) Article (PDF Available) in Language 85(1) January with 75 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ellen Broselow.

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An introduction by the. Constraints in phonological acquisition (review) Constraints in phonological acquisition (review) Broselow, Ellen I.

tics. Overall, this book showcases not only the diversity of languages and dialects found in these states, but also the diversity of approaches to describing and understanding that diversity. Phonotactics (from Ancient Greek phōnḗ "voice, sound" and tacticós, also spelled/known as taktikós "having to do with arranging") is a branch of phonology that deals with restrictions in a language on the permissible combinations of actics defines permissible syllable structure, consonant clusters and vowel sequences by means of phonotactic constraints.

Constraint-based approaches also have had to take into consideration more detailed changes in a child's phonological acquisition by accounting for positional constraints that affect a sound class.

The past ten years have shown an ever-increasing revival of interest in phonological acquisition. The introduction of Optimality Theory (OT; Prince & Smolensky ) has played a major role in this revival.

Both “markedness” and “constraints on outputs” have often figured in accounts of phonological development, and theseFile Size: KB. This outstanding volume presents a state-of-the-art 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. Focusing on the phonologies of children with functional (non-organic) speech disorders, this volume reports the latest findings in optimality theory, phonological acquisition and disorders.

The book is based on typological, cross-sectional, longitudinal, and experimental evidence from over children. KEY WORDS: optimality theory, linguistic theory, phonological acquisition, phonological disorders Optimality Theory in Phonological Acquisition Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research • Vol.

42 • – • December • ©American Speech-Language-Hearing Association /99/ F. Constraints in phonological acquisition [electronic resource] / edited by René Kager, Joe Pater, and Wim Zonneveld.

Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Kager, René. Pater, Joe. Zonneveld, Wim. Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book. The authors offer new conceptions of phonological theory for the s, the most radical of which proposes that phonological processes cannot be characterized by rules at all, but arise from the dynamics of a system of phonological representations in a high-dimensional vector space of the sort that a neural network embodies.

Phonological acquisition: Child language and constraint-based Anne-Michelle stoke: Palgrave Macmillan, Pp. ISBN $Author: John Archibald. The theoretical consequences of the proposal for both feature theory and constraint theory are worked out in detail and a thorough discussion of phonological acquisition is provided, making that this book should be of interest to both theoretical phonologists and acquisitionists.

This volume is the first to gather research that assumes a sophisticated phonological framework and considers the implications of this framework for language acquisition -- both first and second. As such, this book truly deals with phonological acquisition rather than phonetic acquisition.

The acquisition of consonant clusters in Polish: a The Emergence of Phonology. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Pater, and W. Zonneveld (eds.), Constraints in phonological acquisition, pp. 73 – Cambridge University Press. Grunwell, P. Phonological Cited by: Phonological Acquisition in Optimality Theory: The Early Stages 1.

Introduction The study of phonological acquisition at the very earliest stages is making notable progress. Virtuosic experimental work accessing the linguistic knowledge of infants has yielded extraordinary findings demonstrating the precocity of some aspects of acquisition.

This book critically examines the effects of language specificity on phonological acquisition and disorder through a collection of empirical studies of children learning typologically very different languages. The studies address many theoretical, clinical and methodological issues, such Author: Zhu Hua.Introduction Worldviews for Phonology Phonological Representations and Processes Constraints Segmental Development Prosodic Development Sequences of Elements Theory and Application: Not Just for the Clinician Acquisition of Adult Alternations Discussion and Conclusions Appendix A: International Phonetic Association () Symbols Used in This book Appendix B: The Features Used in This Book Cited by:   SUBTITLE: Linguistic Constraints and Social Barriers PUBLISHER: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd YEAR: Andrea G.

Osburne, Department of English, Central Connecticut State University. The process of adult acquisition of a second language phonology is a lengthy one, which makes it particularly difficult to study.