German glide formation functionally viewed *

@inproceedings{Hamann2003GermanGF,
  title={German glide formation functionally viewed *},
  author={Silke Hamann},
  year={2003}
}
Glide formation, a process whereby an underlying high front vowel is realized as a palatal glide, is shown to occur only in unstressed prevocalic position in German, and to be blocked by specific surface restrictions such as *ji and *“j. Traditional descriptions of glide formation (including derivational as well as Optimality theoretic approaches) refer to the syllable in order to capture its conditions. The present study illustrates that glide formation (plus the distribution of long and short… CONTINUE READING

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