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Infoling 4.35 (2017)
Título:Studies in phonetics, phonology and sound change in Romance
Autores/as:Sánchez Miret, Fernando; Recasens, Daniel
Año de publicación:2017
Lugar de edición:Munich
DescripciónThis book gathers some contributions from phoneticians and phonologists working on sound change. The final goal of these contributions is to achieve a better knowledge of the causes and mechanisms of sound change through the articulatory and acoustic analysis of phonetic data and their perceptual evaluation. The papers published in this volume deal with several well-known sound changes in the field of Romance linguistics: vowel diphthongization in Italian dialects and Romanian, vowel harmony in Valencian Catalan, the origin of uvular [ʀ] in French, vowel and consonant epenthesis in the sequence /sr/ in Italian, liquid consonant dissimilation in Latin, raddoppiamento sintattico in Italian, and glide insertion and elision in the Romance languages.
Temática:Fonética, Fonología, Lingüística histórica, Lingüística románica
ÍndiceGiovanni Abete
Aspetti prosodici della dittongazione spontanea in alcuni dialetti italo-romanzi

Maria Grazia Busà
Aspects of consonant cluster mutations: the case of /sr/ sequences in Italian

Ricard Herrero & Jesús Jiménez
De la coarticulación a la armonía vocálica en valenciano

Yves Charles Morin
From apical [r] to uvular [ʀ]: what the apico-dorsal r in Montreal French reveals about abrupt sound changes

Daniela Müller
Liquid dissimilation with a special regard to Latin

Daniel Recasens
The role of coarticulation and production constraints on glide insertion and elision in the Romance languages

Antonio Romano
Osservazione e valutazione di traiettorie vocaliche su diagrammi formantici per descrivere il polimorfismo e la dittongazione nei dialetti pugliesi

Michela Russo
Il Raddoppiamento Sintattico dell’italiano. Tratti prosodici e struttura fonologica

Fernando Sánchez Miret
Aspectos fonéticos de la diptongación del rumano
ColecciónLINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics, 73
Formato:PDF, e-book
Precio: 134,50 EUR
Precio: 134,50 EUR

Fecha de publicación en Infoling:14 de abril de 2017