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Origins of sound change [Texte imprimé] : approaches to phonologization /

de Yu, Alan C. L.. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XV-336 p.) : graph., fig. ; 24 cm.Édition: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013, cop. 2013.ISBN: 9780199573745 (rel); 0199573743.Contenu: What is phonologization? Enlarging the scope of phonologization / Larry M. Hyman (p.3-28) -- The role of entropy and surprisal in phonologization and language change / Elizabeth Hume and Frédéric Mailhot (p.29-47) -- Phonetic bias in sound change / Andrew Garrett and Keith Johnson (p.51-97) -- From long to short and from short to long: perceptual motivations for changes in vocalic length / Heike Lehnert-LeHouillier (p.98-111) -- Inhibitory mechanisms in speech planning maintain and maximize contrast / Sam Tilsen (p.112-127) -- Developmental perspectives on phonological typology and sound change / Chandan Narayan (p.128-146) -- Lexical sensitivity to phonetic and phonological pressures / Abby Kaplan (p.149-164) -- Phonologization and the typology of feature behavior / Jeff Mielke (p.165-180) -- Rapid learning of morphologically conditioned phonetics: vowel nasalization across a boundary / Rebecca Morley (p.181-198) -- Individual differences in socio-cognitive processing and the actuation of sound change / Alan C.L. Yu (p.201-227) -- The role of probabilistic enhancement in phonologization / James Kirby (p.228-246) -- Modeling the emergence of vowel harmony through iterated learning / Frédéric Mailhot (p.247-261) -- Variation and change in English noun/verb pair stress: data and dynamical systems models / Morgan Sonderegger and Partha Niyogi (p.262-284)Table des matières / Sommaire: Pt. I. What is phonologization? Enlarging the scope of phonologization / Larry M. HymanThe role of entropy and surprisal in phonologization and language change / Elizabeth Hume and Frédéric MailhotPt. II. Phonetic considerations. Phonetic bias in sound change / Andrew Garrett and Keith JohnsonFrom long to short and from short to long: perceptual motivations for changes in vocalic length / Heike Lehnert-LeHouillierInhibitory mechanisms in speech planning maintain and maximize contrast / Sam TilsenDevelopmental perspectives on phonological typology and sound change / Chandan NarayanPt. III. Phonological and morphological considerations. Lexical sensitivity to phonetic and phonological pressures / Abby KaplanPhonologization and the typology of feature behavior / Jeff MielkeRapid learning of morphologically conditioned phonetics: vowel nasalization across a boundary / Rebecca MorleyPt. IV. Social and computational dynamics. Individual differences in socio-cognitive processing and the actuation of sound change / Alan C.L. YuThe role of probabilistic enhancement in phonologization / James KirbyModeling the emergence of vowel harmony through iterated learning / Frédéric MailhotVariation and change in English noun/verb pair stress: data and dynamical systems models / Morgan Sonderegger and Partha NiyogiReferencesLanguage indexSubject indexSujet RAMEAU: Phonologie | Changement linguistique | Grammar, Comparative and general Phonology | Linguistic changeThématique: Phonologie | Phonétique | Linguistique, languesThématique spécifique: Langue | Nasalisation | Son | Lexique | Langage | Typologie | Morphologie (linguistique) | Changement linguistique | Discours (linguistique)Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
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Bibliogr. p. [285]-329. Notes bibliogr.. Index.

What is phonologization? Enlarging the scope of phonologization / Larry M. Hyman (p.3-28) -- The role of entropy and surprisal in phonologization and language change / Elizabeth Hume and Frédéric Mailhot (p.29-47) -- Phonetic bias in sound change / Andrew Garrett and Keith Johnson (p.51-97) -- From long to short and from short to long: perceptual motivations for changes in vocalic length / Heike Lehnert-LeHouillier (p.98-111) -- Inhibitory mechanisms in speech planning maintain and maximize contrast / Sam Tilsen (p.112-127) -- Developmental perspectives on phonological typology and sound change / Chandan Narayan (p.128-146) -- Lexical sensitivity to phonetic and phonological pressures / Abby Kaplan (p.149-164) -- Phonologization and the typology of feature behavior / Jeff Mielke (p.165-180) -- Rapid learning of morphologically conditioned phonetics: vowel nasalization across a boundary / Rebecca Morley (p.181-198) -- Individual differences in socio-cognitive processing and the actuation of sound change / Alan C.L. Yu (p.201-227) -- The role of probabilistic enhancement in phonologization / James Kirby (p.228-246) -- Modeling the emergence of vowel harmony through iterated learning / Frédéric Mailhot (p.247-261) -- Variation and change in English noun/verb pair stress: data and dynamical systems models / Morgan Sonderegger and Partha Niyogi (p.262-284)

Pt. I. What is phonologization? Enlarging the scope of phonologization / Larry M. Hyman The role of entropy and surprisal in phonologization and language change / Elizabeth Hume and Frédéric Mailhot Pt. II. Phonetic considerations. Phonetic bias in sound change / Andrew Garrett and Keith Johnson From long to short and from short to long: perceptual motivations for changes in vocalic length / Heike Lehnert-LeHouillier Inhibitory mechanisms in speech planning maintain and maximize contrast / Sam Tilsen Developmental perspectives on phonological typology and sound change / Chandan Narayan Pt. III. Phonological and morphological considerations. Lexical sensitivity to phonetic and phonological pressures / Abby Kaplan Phonologization and the typology of feature behavior / Jeff Mielke Rapid learning of morphologically conditioned phonetics: vowel nasalization across a boundary / Rebecca Morley Pt. IV. Social and computational dynamics. Individual differences in socio-cognitive processing and the actuation of sound change / Alan C.L. Yu The role of probabilistic enhancement in phonologization / James Kirby Modeling the emergence of vowel harmony through iterated learning / Frédéric Mailhot Variation and change in English noun/verb pair stress: data and dynamical systems models / Morgan Sonderegger and Partha Niyogi References Language index Subject index

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