• Computer Science
  • Published 1996

Korean Prosodic Domains and Phrase Structure

@inproceedings{Han1996KoreanPD,
  title={Korean Prosodic Domains and Phrase Structure},
  author={Chung-hye Han},
  year={1996}
}
1. Introduction Selkirk (1986) argues for the existence of a level, which she calls P-structure, that mediates between syntactic structure and phonetic representation. She claims that this P-structure is made of prosodic structures which are hierarchically ordered. That is, a phonological representation consists of a hierarchy of prosodic constituents or categories. From the bottom-up, the hierarchy consists of syllable, foot, phonological word, phonological phrase, intonational phrase, and… CONTINUE READING

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