Yidiny stress: a metrical account
The stress patterns of words in the Yidiny language of north Queensland were described by Dixon (1977a,b), in combination is rules of vowel lengthening and truncation. Here an account of the stress patterns is given in Liberman & Prince's (1977) theory of metrical stress, along with some observations additional to Dixon's.
|dc.identifier.citation||Nash, D. (1979). Yidiny stress: A metrical account. In E. Battistella (Ed.), CUNYForum: Papers in linguistics 7/8, Fall 1979/Spring 1980 (pp. 112-30). Also published as Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS), part 2, held at CUNY, 10-12 November 1978. New York, NY: Queen's College Press|
|dc.description.abstract||The stress patterns of words in the Yidiny language of north Queensland were described by Dixon (1977a,b), in combination is rules of vowel lengthening and truncation. Here an account of the stress patterns is given in Liberman & Prince's (1977) theory of metrical stress, along with some observations additional to Dixon's.|
|dc.description.sponsorship||Institute of International Education Program G-I-0001, and National Institute for Mental Health grant MH 13390-12|
|dc.publisher||Queen's College Press|
|dc.rights||"I hold copyright of the item" - author's email dated 29 April 2012|
|dc.title||Yidiny stress: a metrical account|
|local.description.notes||At time of writing, author was affiliated with M.I.T.|
|local.contributor.affiliation||Nash, David, ANU, College of Arts and Social Sciences, School of Language Studies, Linguistics|
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
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