The Phonology-Syntax Connection

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Sharon Inkelas, Draga Zec
University of Chicago Press, May 8, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 428 pages
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Contents

What Must Phonology Know About Syntax?
19
Syntax and Phrasing in Korean
47
Sandhi Rules of Greek and Prosodic Theory
63
Precompiled Phrasal Phonology
85
Boundary Tonology and the Prosodic Hierarchy
109
Toward a Typology of Postlexical Rules
127
Focusing on Phonological Phrases in Chichewa
145
the Word and Beyond
163
On the Separation of Prosodic and Rhythmic Phonology
243
Syntax Lexical Rules and Postlexical Rules in Kimatu
259
WordInternal Phrase Boundary in Japanese
279
Prosodic Domains in Shanghai Chinese
313
Syntax and Semantics in Phonology
339
Prosodically Constrained Syntax
365
Syntactic Representations and Phonological Shapes
379
Bibliography
399

Tone and Syntax in Kiyaka
195
The Phrasal Cycle in Kivunjo Chaga Tonology
217

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About the author (1990)

Sharon Inkelas is Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley.

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