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Trends in phonological theory until 1975

Eli Fischer-JГёrgensen

Trends in phonological theory until 1975

a historical introduction

by Eli Fischer-JГёrgensen

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Published by Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen, C.A. Reitzel [distributor] in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEli Fischer-Jørgensen.
    SeriesTravaux du Cercle linguistique de Copenhague ;, v. 27
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP217 .F5 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 474 p. :
    Number of Pages474
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL916072M
    ISBN 108774219537
    LC Control Number95212541

    *Linear*Jakobson (), Chomsky & Halle () based on their assumptions on linguists' structural theory of a language. believes that phonological development follows an innate, universal, and hierachical order of acquistion of distinctive features. English phonology and linguistic theory: an introduction to issues, and to ‘Issues in English Phonology’ Philip Carr a, Patrick Honeybone b,* a De ´partement d’anglais, Universite de Montpellier III-Paul Valery, Route de Mende, Montpellier, France b Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh, 14 Buccleuch Place, EH8 9LN, Scotland, UK.

    Phonological theorizing has generally accepted the premise that generalizations which are true of phonological systems in general result from the cognitive organization of the human language faculty, and thus must be incorporated in some way into the architecture of phonological theory. Recently, however, it has been argued that at least some. THE SYLLABLE IN PHONOLOGICAL THEORY JOAN B. HOOPER University of California, Los Angeles The syllable is an important phonological unit that must be formally defined within generative phonology. Evidence from Spanish, German, and other lan-guages shows that a syllable boundary is necessary to designate the domain of cer-tain phonological rules.

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Eli Fischer-Jørgensen (Danish pronunciation: [ˈeːli fiɕɐˈjɶɐ̯ˀnsn̩]; 11 FebruaryNakskov, Denmark – 27 FebruaryVirum) was a professor of linguistics at the University of Copenhagen, she was a member of the Danish resistance movement fighting against the German occupation of Denmark.

She began studying French and German language at the University of Copenhagen in Authority control: BNF: cbc (data), GND:.

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Goldsmith.==== I'm going to add the index entry for for "Phoneme" in Fischer-Jorgensen () "Trends in phonological theory", since I didn't have that book with me yesterday: Phoneme (1) concept and definition of the phoneme as: an abstractional fictitious unit a bundle of distinctive properties (features),