Vowel height and register assignment in Katuic
As has been previously demonstrated in the literature on Katuic (Ferlus 1974a, Diffloth 1982, Sidwell 2005), there are languages in the Katuic language family, an Austroasiatic sub-branch, with register systems whose emergence cannot be comprehensively explained in terms of the classical model of registrogenesis (also called the Khmer model). These include the Pacoh and Ta’oi languages. In this article, I will present evidence that registrogenesis began in these languages in the prototypical...[Show more]
|Collections||Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS)|
ANU Research Publications
|Source:||Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS) 8 (2015): 56-70|
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