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The emergence of phonology : whole word approaches and cross-linguistic evidence

Author: Marilyn May Vihman; Tamar Keren-Portnoy
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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How well have classic ideas on whole-word phonology stood the test of time? Waterson claimed that each child has a system of their own; Ferguson and Farwell emphasised the relative accuracy of first words; Menn noted the occurrence of regression and the emergence of phonological systematicity. This volume brings together classic texts such as these with current data-rich studies of British and American English,  Read more...
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Emergence of phonology
(DLC) 2013013107
(OCoLC)841516259
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marilyn May Vihman; Tamar Keren-Portnoy
ISBN: 9780511980503 0511980507 9781107416352 1107416353
OCLC Number: 862077636
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Contents: Machine derived contents note: 1. Introduction Marilyn M. Vihman and Tamar Keren-Portnoy; Part I. The Current Framework: 2. Phonological development: toward a 'radical' templatic phonology Marilyn Vihman and William Croft; Part II. Setting Papers: 3. Child phonology: a prosodic view Natalie Waterson; 4. Words and sounds in early language acquisition Charles A. Ferguson and Carol B. Farwell; 5. Developmental reorganization of phonology: a hierarchy of basic units of acquisition Marlys A. Macken; 6. Development of articulatory, phonetic, and phonological capabilities Lise Menn; Part III. Cross-Linguistic Studies: 7. One idiosyncratic strategy in the acquisition of phonology T.M.S. Priestly; 8. Phonological reorganization: a case study Marilyn M. Vihman and Shelley L. Velleman; 9. How abstract is child phonology? Towards an integration of linguistic and psychological approaches Marilyn M. Vihman, Shelley L. Velleman and Lorraine McCune; 10. Beyond early words: word template development in Brazilian Portuguese Daniela Oliveira-Guimarães; 11. Templates in French Sophie Wauquier and Naomi Yamaguchi; 12. The acquisition of consonant clusters in Polish: a case study Marta Szreder; 13. Geminate template: a model for first Finnish words Tuula Savinainen-Makkonen; 14. Influence of geminate structure on early Arabic templatic patterns Ghada Khattab and Jalal Al-Tamimi; 15. Lexical frequency effects on phonological development: the case of word production in Japanese Mitsuhiko Ota; Part IV. Perspectives and Challenges: 16. A view from developmental psychology Lorraine McCune; 17. Challenges to theories, charges to a model: the linked-attractor model of phonological development Lise Menn, Ellen Schmidt and Brent Nicholas.
Responsibility: edited by Marilyn Vihman and Tamar Keren-Portnoy.
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