Mongolian Stress , Licensing , and Factorial Typology

@inproceedings{Walker1997MongolianS,
  title={Mongolian Stress , Licensing , and Factorial Typology},
  author={Rachel Walker},
  year={1997}
}
Mongolian Stress, Licensing, and Factorial Typology* Rachel Walker University of California, Santa Cruz June 1997 This paper examines the analysis and typology of prominence-based stress systems, which do not call on binary rhythms but depend solely on factors such as syllable weight or sonority, peripherality, and nonfinality in locating stress (Prince 1983, 1990; Prince & Smolensky 1993). Four prominence-driven constraints are defined which position stress independent of foot structure… CONTINUE READING

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