The Foot is not an obligatory constituent of the Prosodic Hierarchy: “stress” in Turkish, French and child English

@article{zelik2016TheFI,
  title={The Foot is not an obligatory constituent of the Prosodic Hierarchy: “stress” in Turkish, French and child English},
  author={{\"O}. {\"O}zçelik},
  journal={The Linguistic Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={157 - 213}
}
Abstract This paper proposes that the presence/absence of the Foot is parametric; that is, contra much previous research (see e. g. Selkirk, Elisabeth (1995). Sentence prosody: intonation, stress and phrasing. In J. Goldsmith (ed.) The handbook of phonological theory. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell. 550–569., Vogel, Irene (2009). Universals of prosodic structure. In S. Scalise, E. Magni, & A. Bisetto (eds.) Universals of language today. Dordrecht: Springer. 59–82.), it is argued here that the Foot is… Expand

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