Asymmetries in Phonology

Linguistics Workshop Series 8
Asymmetries in Phonology

An East-Asian Perspective

HaruoKubozono[編]

価格
3,800円+税
ISBN
978-4-87424-411-1 C3081
発売日
2008/2/29
判型
A5
ページ数
208頁
ジャンル
言語学 ― <Linguistics Workshop Series>
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言語の仕組みを考える上で注目されている音韻構造の非対称性を分析した論文10編を収録。対象言語、分析対象、理論的枠組みは多岐にわたり、音韻現象だけでなく音声学・音韻論の分析方法や課題についても最新の知見を提供する。


<Linguistics Workshop Series>
■Taro Kageyama 編
日本において刺激・・・(全文を読む)的な研究成果が発表される言語学のシンポジウムやワークショップが数多く開かれるようになったことを機に、その研究成果を国内の研究者だけでなく海外の研究者とも広く共有することを目的としたシリーズ(品切あり)。

関連情報

目次
Series Foreword
List of Contributors

Introduction   Haruo Kubozono

Perception-based Asymmetries in Place Assimilation and Lenition   Jongho Jun
 1. Introduction
 2. Commonalities Between Lenition and Place Assimilation
 3. Place Assimilation Asymmetries
 4. Lenition Asymmetries
 5. Conclusion
 References

Decomposing the Syllable Contact Asymmetry in Korean   Karen Baertsch and Stuart Davis
 1. Introduction
 2. The Links between the Second Member of an Onset and a Singleton Coda
 3. Syllable Margins in Optimality Theory―The Split Margin Proposal
 4. The Extension of the M2 Hierarchy to Syllable Contact Phenomena
 5. Conclusion
 References

Phonological Markedness and Asymmetries in Japanese Mimetics   Akio Nasu
 1. Introduction
 2. Dominance Effect of Coronals in Palatalization
 3. Voicing Asymmetry in Mimetics and the Markedness of [p]
 4. Asymmetries in Syllabic Organization
 5. Conclusion
 References

Asymmetries in Voiced Stop Gemination   Manami Hirayama
 1. Introduction
 2. Asymmetry in Place of Articulation in Voiced Stop Geminates in Loanwords
 3. Accounts for the Place Asymmetry from an Articulatory Point of View
 4. Perception of Voiced Geminates in Japanese
 5. Voiceless and Voiced Geminates – Instability of Voiced Stop Geminates
 6. Conclusion
 References
 Appendix:Gemination and Non-Gemination in Loanwords

Asymmetry of Phoneme Perception in L2 Listening   Takashi Otake
 1. Introduction
 2. Native Listening
 3. Non-native Listening
 4. Summary and Interpretation of Major Findings
 References

Asymmetry in Second-language Syllable Perception   Keiichi Tajima
 1. Introduction
 2. Training Experiment:Methods
 3. Results
 4. Response Distribution
 5. Performance on Real Words
 6. Discussion
 References

The /y/‐/w/ Asymmetry in Japanese Loanwords   Timothy J. Vance and Yuka Matsugu
 1. Introduction
 2. Method
 3. Results
 4. Discussion
 References

/ai/‐/au/ Asymmetry: A Phonetic Account   Haruo Kubozono
 1. Introduction
 2. Empirical Data from Japanese
 3. Data from Other Languages
 4. ‘Better Nucleus’ Hypothesis
 5. Conclusion
 References

Asymmetrical Phonologization in Japanese: A Case Study   Gabor Pinter
 1. Introduction
 2. Background:Phonologization and Asymmetry
 3. The Data
 4. Phonological Explanation:Dispersion and Context-sensitive Contrast
 5. Experimental Data
 6. Conclusion
 References

Accentual Asymmetry in Trimoraic Sino-Japanese Words   Shinji Ogawa
 1. Introduction
 2. Accent Pattern of Trimoraic SJ Words
 3. Where Does Accentual Asymmetry Come from?
 4. Conclusion
 References
著者紹介
◆編者

Haruo Kubozono

Department of Linguistics, Kobe University, Japan