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Glottal Stop in Nenets

  title={Glottal Stop in Nenets},
  author={Juha Antero Janhunen},

Opaque distributional generalisations in Tundra Nenets

This paper explores phonological patterns which seem to require restrictions on the input, and thus present a particular challenge to Optimality Theory, and argues that these patterns can be analysed as distributional generalisations that hold only at early derivational levels.

The Amphichronic Program vs. Evolutionary Phonology

The goal is to eliminate UG by providing diachronic explanations for the cross-linguistic evidence that has been used to motivate it in Evolutionary Phonology.

The deviant typological profile of the Tocharian branch of Indo-European may be due to Uralic substrate influence

  • M. Peyrot
  • Linguistics
    Indo-European Linguistics
  • 2019
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Since both the orthodox (MØLLER, BENVENISTE, PUHVEL) and the revisionist (KURYŁOWICZ, EICHNER, MELCHERT/RIX, KORTLANDT) models of the laryngeal theory (LT) have failed to solve the problem of the IE

Matthias Alexander Castrén’s notes on Nenets folklore

This article contextualizes Nenets folklore notes taken by M. A. Castren from three different angles. First, it discusses the historical research background of Castren’s work, situating his field

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On the "zero consonant" phoneme in modern standard Finnish: Towards a coherent paradigmatic interpretation

There is a general consensus that the consonant paradigm of modern standard Finnish comprises the following 13 members: the three basic unvoiced (and unaspirated) stops p t k; the corresponding

Production and perception of glottal stops

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