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제목 Feature Sharing, Locality, and Serialism in Gradual Harmony
저자 Minkyung Lee
권 / 호 26권 / 4호
출처 83-102
논문게재일 2018. 12. 31.
초록(국문) Lee, Minkyung. (2018). Feature sharing, locality, and serialism in gradual harmony. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26(4), 83-102. Feature sharing via Share(F) (originating from McCarthy, 2009) well conforms to the phonology of harmony under Optimality Theory (OT) hinged upon Harmonic Serialism (HS-OT) (McCarthy, 2007, 2009). The target language of Kinyarwanda, a Bantu variety, verifies and supports the fact that harmony from feature sharing improves locally and gradually. Three rules interact and progress step by step: nasal assimilation (NA) triggers obligatory consonant aspiration (CA), which, in turn, feeds nasal devoicing (ND) that is optional. Under HS-OT, the Partially Ordered Constraints (POC) model (Pater, 2007; Kimper, 2008) is required for the optional stage of ND as well as the OCP-related consonant phonotactics for the process of CA. In essence, the idea of feature sharing via Share[F] is quite straightforward to the harmony achieved gradually when two consonants are in strict locality. Furthermore, the POC model is well-couched into the architecture of HS-OT.
초록(영문)


Lee, Minkyung. (2018). Feature sharing, locality, and serialism in gradual harmony. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26(4), 83-102. Feature sharing via Share(F) (originating from McCarthy, 2009) well conforms to the phonology of harmony under Optimality Theory (OT) hinged upon Harmonic Serialism (HS-OT) (McCarthy, 2007, 2009). The target language of Kinyarwanda, a Bantu variety, verifies and supports the fact that harmony from feature sharing improves locally and gradually. Three rules interact and progress step by step: nasal assimilation (NA) triggers obligatory consonant aspiration (CA), which, in turn, feeds nasal devoicing (ND) that is optional. Under HS-OT, the Partially Ordered Constraints (POC) model (Pater, 2007; Kimper, 2008) is required for the optional stage of ND as well as the OCP-related consonant phonotactics for the process of CA. In essence, the idea of feature sharing via Share[F] is quite straightforward to the harmony achieved gradually when two consonants are in strict locality. Furthermore, the POC model is well-couched into the architecture of HS-OT.<!--[if !supportEmptyParas]--><!--[endif]-->


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