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Polish consonant clusters in the British mouth : a study in online loanword adaptation

Author: Marek Radomski
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Peter Lang, [2019]
Series: Sounds - Meaning - Communication, 7.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book offers a significant theoretical and empirical contribution to the ongoing vigorous debate on loanword phonology, its major mechanisms and various interpretations. It provides an in-depth analysis of a rich body of novel experimental data on online adaptation of Polish consonant clusters, absent in English, by native speakers of British English. The analysis is couched within the framework of Optimality  Read more...
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Radomski, Marek.
Polish consonant clusters in the British mouth.
Berlin ; New York : Peter Lang, [2019]
(DLC) 2018057403
(OCoLC)1078955332
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marek Radomski
ISBN: 9783631772256 3631772254
OCLC Number: 1105199997
Description: 1 online resource (x, 235 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Contents; Introduction; 1 Introduction to linguistic borrowing and phonological loanword adaptation; 1 Introduction; 2 Definition and classification of borrowings; 3 Controversial issues in phonological loanword adaptation; 3.1 The nature of the input representation; 3.2 The channel of borrowing and the influence of spelling; 3.3 The degree of community bilingualism; 3.4 Problematic patterns in phonological loanword adaptation; 3.4.1 The too-many-solutions problem; 3.4.2 Divergent repair; 3.4.3 Unnecessary repair; 3.4.4 Differential importation; 3.4.5 Retreat to the unmarked 4 History of borrowings into English4.1 Old English (450-1100); 4.2 Middle English (1100-1500); 4.3 Early Modern English (1500-1800); 4.4 Present-Day English (since 1800); 4.5 Polish loanwords in English; 5 Conclusions; 2 Major theoretical approaches to phonological loanword adaptation; 1 Introduction; 2 The phonological approximation view; 2.1 Theory of Constraints and Repair Strategies Loanword Model; 2.2 Itô and Mester's (1995, 1999, 2001) Optimality Theory account of lexical stratification in Japanese; 3 The phonetic approximation view 3.1 The psycholinguistic three-level model of speech processing3.2 The bidirectional three-level model for L1 processing and loanword adaptation; 4 The phonetic-phonological approximation view; 4.1 Silverman's (1992) two-tier model of loanword adaptation; 4.2 Perceptual similarity approach; 5 Conclusions; 3 Consonant clusters in English and Polish. A sonority-based and optimality theoretic perspective; 1 Introduction; 2 CC and CCC consonant clusters in English; 3 CC and CCC consonant clusters in Polish; 4 The concept of sonority and cross-linguistic sonority-based generalisations 4.1 Phonetic correlates of sonority4.2 Sonority scales; 4.3 Sonority Sequencing Principle; 4.4 Minimum Sonority Distance; 4.5 Syllable Contact Law; 4.6 Sonority Dispersion Principle; 5 Sonority-based comparison of English and Polish CC and CCC consonant clusters; 6 Other approaches to sonority; 6.1 Sonority in Government Phonology; 6.2 Sonority in Onset Prominence Phonology; 6.3 Sonority in Beats-and-Binding Phonology; 7 Sonority and syllable structure in Optimality Theory; 7.1 Basic assumptions of Optimality Theory; 7.2 Syllable structure in Optimality Theory 8 Previous research on online adaptation9 Conclusions; 4 Adaptation of Polish CC consonant clusters by native speakers of English; 1 Introduction; 2 Experimental design; 2.1 Materials; 2.2 Participants; 2.3 Procedure and data categorisation; 3 Results; 3.1 General overview of repair strategies; 3.2 Targetlike reproduction; 3.3 Vowel epenthesis; 3.4 Segment change; 3.4.1 Affricates; 3.4.2 Other changes; 3.5 Consonant deletion; 4 Analysis and discussion; 4.1 Experimental results vs. predictions of different loan adaptation approaches; 4.2 Targetlike reproduction; 4.3 Vowel epenthesis
Series Title: Sounds - Meaning - Communication, 7.
Responsibility: Marek Radomski.

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The book focuses on online adaptation of Polish initial and final CC and CCC clusters by native speakers of British English. It offers an Optimality Theory analysis of a rich body of experimental  Read more...

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