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Laryngeal features and laryngeal neutralization

by Linda Lombardi

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Published by Garland in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laryngeals (Phonetics),
  • Neutralization (Linguistics),
  • Distinctive features (Linguistics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 175-191) and index.

    StatementLinda Lombardi.
    SeriesOutstanding dissertations in linguistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP239 .L66 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 199 p. ;
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1423377M
    ISBN 100815316879
    LC Control Number93033844

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      The Laryngeal Class in RcvP and Voice phenomena in Dutch Harry van der Hulst This article proposes a system for representing phonation distinction in consonants within Radical CV Phonology (RCVP), a dependency-based model that uses unary “features” (called elements). 3. The Laryngeal Theory Definition of the laryngeal theory and a sketch of its history. The laryngeal theory is the name commonly given to an assumption made about the phonological system of an early stage of Indo-European. It is assumed that this system included a number of phonemes, usually called laryngeals, of which the various IE.

    Start studying Laryngeal System. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.   Innervation of the larynx: Mainly by the branches of the vagus nerve: superior laryngeal nerve and recurrent laryngeal nerve. == Superior laryngeal nerve -- External and internal branch. Internal.


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Laryngeal features and laryngeal neutralization by Linda Lombardi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Laryngeal features of obstruents: What laryngeal features are needed for phonology --The feature [voice] and voicing assimilation: Analyses --Predictions of possible theories --Other possible counterevidence --Glottalization and aspiration: Overview of Laryngeal node neutralization --Constraint on the Laryngeal node --Constraint on single.

First published in In this study, the author proposes that neutralization is the result of a wellformedness condition that the author calls the Laryngeal Constraint: In languages that have laryngeal neutralization, a laryngeal node is only licensed in a particular syllabic configuration; elsewhere the node will delink to repair the violation of by: Get this from a library.

Laryngeal features and laryngeal neutralization. [LINDA LOMBARDI] -- First published in In this study, the author proposes that neutralization is the result of a wellformedness condition that the author calls the Laryngeal Constraint: In languages that have.

Laryngeal features and laryngeal neutralization. Linda Lombardi, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Abstract. A system of three laryngeal features, called (voice), (aspiration), and (glottalization), is argued to be the correct representation of laryngeal distinctions in consonants, based on evidence from possible consonant systems and phonological by: neutralization is best understood as a positive constraint rather than a rule.

The book consists of four chapters: 'Laryngeal features of obstruents' (), 'The feature [voice] and voicing assimilation' (), 'Glottalization and aspiration' (), and 'Laryn-geal phonology of sonorants' (), followed by bibliography and index.

Lombardi, Linda. Laryngeal Features and Laryngeal Neutralization. Doc-toral dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. [Published by Gar. defined positions and sites of licensing or neutralization: 1See Ohala and Westbury and Keating for explorations of the link betwen neutralization and articulatory difficulty.

Kingston (, ) has drawn our attention to the phonological consequences of perceptual factors in the analysis of laryngeal Size: KB. Introduction. This commentary outlines a typology of final laryngeal neutralization under the assumptions of 'laryngeal realism', an approach to feature representation which distinguishes.

Laryngeal features and privativity Laryngeal features and privativity LOMBARDI, LINDA Introduction Feature geometry provides the means to account for generalizations about laryngeal phonology that it was impossible to capture in previous phonological theories.

The most common phonological process involving laryngeal features is laryngeal neutralization, wherein all. Request PDF | Phonetics in Phonology: The Case of Laryngeal Neutralization | Introduction 2 Licensing: by cue or by prosody 2 Phonetics in phonology: the downward arrow and alternatives Author: Donca Steriade.

Most laryngeal disorders cause dysphonia, which is impairment of the voice. A persistent change in the voice (eg, > 3 wk) requires visualization of the vocal cords, including their mobility. Although the voice changes with advancing age, becoming breathy and aperiodic, acute or prominent changes in.

Denervation of the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve: laryngeal and phonatory features. Roy N(1). Author information: (1)Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utahby: Laryngeal Features and Laryngeal Neutralization (Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics) Jan 1, by Linda Lombardi Hardcover.

by Hyeyoung Um size: B5, pages. publisher: Hankuk Publisher, (Dissertation Series) About this book The Distribution and Representationof Laryngeals; Patterns of Laryngeal Neutralization; Asymmetry between Glottalization and Aspiration.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Introduction 2 Licensing: by cue or by prosody 2 Phonetics in phonology: the downward arrow and alternatives 3 An example of cue licensing: retroflexion 4 Cues 6 Cue weighting 9 Cue duration 10 The descriptive system 10 in Indo-European linguistics, a consonant postulated in the laryngeal theory.

in phonetics, an alternate term for glottal sounds. Laryngealization. All pages with titles beginning with laryngeal. All pages with titles containing laryngeal. #N#Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term.

Part of the evidence that laryngeal neutralization is the result of a constraint comes from the fact that in some languages neutralization is a morpheme structure constraint: there is no evidence that distinctions occur at any level in the positions in question, so the analysis should not involve a derivation deleting such by: Laryngeal cancer develops when cancer cells form in the tissue of the larynx, or voice box.

It’s one of the most common types of head and neck cancers, affecting ab adults in the U.S. The recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) is a branch of the vagus nerve (cranial nerve X) that supplies all the intrinsic muscles of the larynx, with the exception of the cricothyroid are two recurrent laryngeal nerves, right and left, in the human body.

The right and left nerves are not symmetrical, with the left nerve looping under the aortic arch, and the right nerve looping under From: vagus nerve.

Though laryngeal features have been a central concern of phonologists for more than 25 years (see KimHalle and StevensThrainssonIversonKeatingLombardiBlevinsKingston and DiehlIverson and Salmons ), little attention has been given to the laryngeal specifications of fricatives.

The laryngeal theory is a widely accepted hypothesis in the historical linguistics of the Indo-European languages positing that.

Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) had a series of phonemes beyond those reconstructed with the comparative method.; These phonemes, according to the most-accepted variant of the theory, were "laryngeal" consonants of an indeterminate place of articulation towards.Moreover, the author, in my opinion, does a good job of staying neutral.

He simply acknowledges the fact that there are some aspects that cannot be explained by laryngeal theory. Not for beginners. You need to know Greek, Latin and Sanskrit at least. 84 dollars is expensive for a page book.

Go to a major library and find it by: Laryngeal definition, of, relating to, or located in the larynx. See more.