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Author Gussmann, Edmund
Title The Phonology of Polish
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 2007
©2007
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Descript 1 online resource (382 pages)
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Series The Phonology of the World's Languages Ser
The Phonology of the World's Languages Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- 1. SOUNDS, LETTERS, AND THEORIES -- 1.1 Vowels -- 1.2 Consonants -- 1.3 Remarks on stress and intonation -- 1.4 Structuralist analyses: Concerns, assumptions, results -- 1.5 Morphology and morphophonology -- 1.6 Derivational-generative analyses: Concerns, assumptions, results -- 1.7 Government Phonology: Concerns, assumptions, ambitions -- 2. SOME THEORETICAL HURDLES -- 2.1 Syllabic constituents and empty categories -- 2.2 The irrelevance of phonetics -- 2.3 Morphophonology -- 3. PALATALIZATIONS AND THE VOWEL SYSTEM -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 Palatalized labials and problems of the vowel system -- 3.3 Morphological interlude I -- 3.4 Palatalized and plain velars -- 3.5 Palatals and the front mid vowel(s) -- 3.6 The so-called non-palatalizing es -- 3.7 Element combinations in loans and in nasal vowels -- 3.8 Back vowels: The back nasal vowel -- 3.9 Palatalization as a phonological regularity? -- 3.10 The suffixes -izm/-yzm, -ist-a/-yst-a, -izacj-a/-yzacj-a and their implications -- 3.11 The velar and the palato-velar spirants: [x] and [ç] -- 3.12 Palatalization effects in loanwords -- 3.13 Palatalizations: Phonology, morphophonology, or both? -- 3.14 Excursus on juncture palatalization -- 3.15 Morphological interlude II: Allomorphy, morphophonology, palatalizations -- 4. THE MORPHOPHONOLOGY OF POLISH PALATALIZATIONS -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Theoretical preliminaries -- 4.3 Replacement patterns of Polish palatalizations -- 4.4 Palatalizational properties of morphological units -- 4.4.1 Inflectional morphology -- 4.4.2 Derivational morphology: Suffixes -- 4.5 Paradigmatic derivation, soft stems, and backformations: Morphology and morphophonology -- 4.6 Morphophonological depalatalization -- 4.7 Notes on the verbal system -- the imperative -- 4.8 Conclusion
5. STRUCTURE OF THE SYLLABLE AND THE VOWEL PRESENCE -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Vowel̃zero alternations -- 5.2.1 Introduction -- 5.2.2 Basic facts -- 5.2.3 Vowel̃zero alternations: Determining the pattern -- 5.2.4 The suffix -ek again -- 5.3 Empty nuclei and heavy consonantal clusters -- 5.3.1 The obstruent/sonorant status of [& -- #8747 -- , 3, f, v] -- 5.3.2 The fricative [s] and its congeners in the syllabic organization -- 5.3.3 Medial and final clusters -- 5.4 Morphophonology and lexical underpinnings of Melody Association -- 5.5 Prefixes and prepositions -- 5.6 Other floating melodies -- 6. MORPHOPHONOLOGY OF VOWEL ALTERNATIONS -- 6.1 Overview -- 6.2 Introductory -- 6.3 The alternation [& -- #949 -- ̃a] -- 6.4 The alternation [& -- #949 -- ̃[omitted]] -- 6.5 The alternation [[omitted]̃u] -- 6.5.1 Alternations within morphological paradigms -- 6.5.2 Alternations in derivationally related forms -- 6.6 Nasal vowels and their alternations -- 6.6.1 Phonological aspects -- 6.6.2 Morphophonology of nasal nuclei -- 6.7 Vowel alternations in derived imperfectives -- 7. VOICE AND VOICE-RELATED PHENOMENA -- 7.1 Overview -- 7.2 Introduction -- 7.3 (De)voicings of obstruents -- 7.4 Sonorant glitches -- 7.5 The prepositions -- 7.6 Progressive assimilation or another sonorant glitch -- References -- General Index -- B -- D -- F -- G -- M -- O -- P -- S -- W -- Index of Polish Words -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- W -- Z
In the most complete phonology of Contemporary Standard Polish ever published Edmund Gussmann presents a wide range of data, much drawn from his own research and all presented in a clear, accessible manner. This important book will interest all scholars and advanced students of Polish and Slavic phonology
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Gussmann, Edmund The Phonology of Polish Oxford : Oxford University Press, Incorporated,c2007 9780199267477
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