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Linguistische Arbeiten

Band 386:
Kehrein, Wolfgang / Wiese, Richard (Hrsg.): Phonology and Morphology of the Germanic Languages. VIII/298 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1998.
ISBN: 3-484-30386-7
Dieser Band ist im IDS verfügbar:
[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. MC 81
Alternatives Medium:
E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-091976-9

The papers collected in this volume apply principles of phonology and morphology to the Germanic languages. Phonological phenomena range from subsegmental over phonemic to prosodic units (as syllables, pitch accent, stress). Morphology includes properties of roots, derivation, inflection, and words. The analyses deal with language-internal and comparative aspects, covering the whole (European) range of Germanic languages.

From a theoretical perspective, most papers concentrate on constraint-based approaches. Crucial to those theories are principles of the phonology-morphology interaction, both within and between languages. The well documented Germanic languages provide an excellent field for research and almost all papers deal with aspects of the interface.


Preface S. VII
Section I: Phonology
Árnason, Kristján:
  Vowel shortness in Icelandic S. 3
Grijzenhout, Janet:
  The role of coronal specification in German and Dutch phonology and morphology S. 27
Ortmann, Albert:
  Consonant epenthesis: its distribution and phonological specification S. 51
Riad, Tomas:
  Towards a Scandinavian accent typology S. 77
Section II: Prosodic morphology
Alber, Birgit:
  Stress preservation in German loan words S. 113
Booij, Geert:
  Phonological output constraints in morphology S. 143
Golston, Chris / Wiese, Richard:
  The structure of the German root S. 165
van der Hulst, Harry / Kooij, Jan G.:
  Prosodic choices and the Dutch nominal plural S. 187
Plag, Ingo:
  Morphological haplology in a constraint-based morpho-phonology S. 199
Section III: Morphology
Neef, Martin:
  A case study in declarative morphology: German case inflection S. 219
Steins, Carsten:
  Against arbitrary features in inflection: Old English declension classes S. 241
Wurmbrand, Susi:
  Heads or Phrases? Particles in particular S. 267
Addresses of contributors S. 297


  • Szigeti, Imre (2002): Kurzrezension von: Wolfgang Kehrein/Richard Wiese, Phonology an Morphology of the Germanic Languages. In: Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 21.1. Organ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. S. 142-144. Text