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    Title: 臺灣閩南語之優選變調
    Other Titles: Optimal Tone Sandhi in Taiwanese
    Authors: 蕭宇超
    Hsiao, Yu-Chau
    Keywords: 優選理論;連讀變調;閩南語;對應理論;句法與音韻之介面;Optimality Theory;tone sandhi;Taiwanese;Correspondence Theory;syntax-phonology interface
    Date: 2000-12
    Issue Date: 2009-01-17 09:33:52 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文以「優選理論」觀點討論臺灣閩南語的連讀變調。在聲調制約方面,Ident-T-R 與T2/D 並列為最高層級制約,確保最右端之聲調有相同的表層對應,並避免在局部範疇中出現兩個或兩個以上之有標成分。在韻律制約方面,取決於AlignP-R,將音韻詞組右端與XP右端對齊,句法與音韻之介面則可進一步藉由「對應理論」來詮釋。
    This paper discusses tone sandhi in Taiwanese from the perspective of the Optimality Theory. Ident-T-R and *T2/D are ranked the highest among the tonal constraints, ensuring that the rightmost tone has an output correspondence and that no more than one marked element occurs in a local domain. AlignP-R is a central prosodic constraint, which aligns the right edge of a phonological phrase with the right edge of a XP, while the syntax-phonology interface can be further accounted for by the Correspondence Theory.
    Relation: 漢學研究 18,25-40
    Data Type: article
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