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Titre: A precedence-free approach to (de-)palatalisation in Japanese

motclef1: (de-)palatalisation

motclef2: elements

motclef3: head-dependency relations

motclef4: Japanese

Auteur1: Nasukawa Kuniya

Annee: 2017

typeOuvrage: article


Journal: Glossa

Vol: 1

No: 1

DOI: 10.5334/gjgl.26

Genre: Specialité

Resume_editeur: Japanese exhibits two patterns involving palatality: palatalisation, which causes two adjacent segments to share palatality, and de-palatalisation, which renders one of those two adjacent segments unable to sustain the shared palatal property. These patterns are traditionally analysed by referring to the notions of adjacency and/or precedence. By contrast, in the context of Precedence-free Phonology (Nasukawa 2014, 2015ab) this paper re-analyses these phenomena by referring to the head-dependency relations that are necessary for building structure, rather than by appealing to precedence relations. In this model, precedence is merely a natural result of interpreting the dependency relations that hold between units in hierarchical phonological structure.

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