First published in 1986. The purpose of this collection of articles is to explore in depth the notational model dependency phonology, and also to offer rival, non-dependency-based accounts of aspects of suprasegmental and intrasegmental structure. Dependency and Non-Linear Phonology offers an introduction to dependency phonology that does not presuppose any knowledge of this framework and points out some of the major differences between dependency phonology and competing systems of representations. The book will also act as a guide to current debates in the field of ‘non-linear’ phonology.
Editorial Statement; Introduction; Contributors; Notational Conventions; 1. Dependency Phonology John Anderson and Jacques Durand 2. Suprasegmental Dependencies John Anderson 3. Sequence, Segment and Configuration: Two Problems for Dependency Phonology Mike Davenport and Jørgen Staun 4. French Liaison, Floating Segments and Other Matters in a Dependency Framework Jacques Durand 5. Segmental and Suprasegmental Structure Colin Ewen 6. Relating to Metrical Structure Heinz Giegerich 7. A Dependency Approach to some Well-known Features of Historical English Phonology Charles Jones 8. The English Velar Fricative, Dialect Variation and Dependency Phonology Ken Lodge 9. On Tridirectional Feature Systems for Vowels John Rennison 10. Constituency and Syllable Structure Nigel Vincent; Bibliography; Name Index; Subject Index
This set of 23 volumes, originally published between 1952 and 1996, amalgamates a wide breadth of research on the subject of phonetics and phonology, including studies on the axiomatic method, nonlinear phonology, and prosodic phonology. This collection of books from some of the leading scholars in the field provides a comprehensive overview of the subject how it has evolved over time, and will be of particular interest to students of language and linguistics.