Levels vs. Domains: The Case of Kashaya Vowel Length

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In this paper I argue that correlations between particular morphological and phonological processes, which lexical phonology captures by means of lexical levels, should be recast within Optimality Theory in terms of constraint domains, i.e. substrings of the surface representation which have different constraint rankings. I base the argument on three… (More)

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@inproceedings{Buckley1996LevelsVD, title={Levels vs. Domains: The Case of Kashaya Vowel Length}, author={Eugene Buckley}, year={1996} }