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Process morphology in a realizational theory

@inproceedings{Sande2017ProcessMI,
  title={Process morphology in a realizational theory},
  author={Hannah Sande},
  year={2017}
}
  • Hannah Sande
  • Published 2017
  • This paper provides an analysis of scalar tone shift in Guébie as constraint-driven and morphosyntactically conditioned, rather than triggered by a particular abstract underlying representation. Much recent literature has claimed that all morphology involves affixation of morphemes with underlying (abstract) phonological representations (Benua 1997, Alderete 2001, Wolf 2007, Gouskova & Linzen 2015, Zimmermann 2013, Trommer & Zimmermann 2014, Köhnlein 2016). However, subtractive, scalar… CONTINUE READING
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