Dominance effects as trans-derivational anti-faithfulness *

@inproceedings{Alderete2001DominanceEA,
  title={Dominance effects as trans-derivational anti-faithfulness *},
  author={John D. Alderete},
  year={2001}
}
This paper presents a theory of morphophonology based on a development in the theory of faithfulness in Optimality Theory. A new constraint type, antifaithfulness, is proposed that evaluates a pair of related words and requires an alternation in the shared stem. This constraint type is motivated initially by a set of problems, e.g. morphological deletions, segmental exchanges and non-structure preserving processes, which show that morphophonology must encompass more than markedness–faithfulness… CONTINUE READING

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