Novedad bibliográficaInfoling 10.22 (2021)

Título:Sound Change in Romance: Phonetic and Phonological Issues
Autores/as:Recasens, Daniel; Sánchez Miret, Fernando
Año de publicación:2021
Lugar de edición:München (Alemania)
Editorial:LINCOM
Descripción

The nine papers included in this book investigate a variety of topics on sound change in several Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Catalan, and Romanian) using different sources of evidence and several methodologies. This collection of papers contributes significantly to our knowledge about the inception and diffusion of sound change and the typological factors which constrain their implementation. The book should be of particular interest to phoneticians and phonologists insofar as, among other issues, it deals with patterns of syllable structure, degree of stability of vowel contrasts, and preference for certain consonant sequences and sound replacements over others.

Temática:Fonética, Fonología, Lingüística románica
Índice

Contents:


 


Giovanni Abete


How phonotactic patterns contribute to the emergence and spread of /r/ metathesis in Neapolitan


 


Anita Berit Hansen


Parisian French “unstable e” in word-initial syllables – engaged in a lexically diffused process of stabilization? Evidence from repeated real-time studies


 


Mikołaj Nkollo


Empty and non-empty onsets in European Portuguese preverbal accusative clitic pronouns. A corpus-based inquiry into a diachronic sound change


 


Rosalba Nodari/Silvia Calamai


Degemination in marginal Tuscan speech: temporal analysis in legacy speech data


 


Daniel Recasens


The historical evolution of voiced palatoalveolar fricatives and affricates in Catalan


 


Margaret E. L. Renwick


Mid vowel variation and contrast in regional Standard Italian


 


Assumpció Rost Bagudanch


First considerations about /n/ flapping in the evolution of Spanish


 


John M. Ryan


Open syllable drift and the evolution of Classical Latin open and closed syllable structure into Spanish, Italian and Neapolitan


 


Fernando Sánchez-Miret


Elision of the definite article -/l/ in Romanian: setting out the issues.

ColecciónLINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics 84
Formato:Hardcover
Págs.:217
ISBN-13:9783969390610
Precio: 148,00 EUR
Remitente:Ulrich Lüders
Institución: LINCOM
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Fecha de publicación en Infoling:12 de octubre de 2021