Co-phonology vs. Indexed constraint theory: a case study of Perak dialect partial reduplication
This paper presents co-phonologies and indexed constraint theory developed within Optimality theory (Prince and Smolensky, 1993) to account for partial reduplication in Perak dialect of Malay. It is found that the dialect has two patterns of reduplicative morphemes, i.e. light and heavy reduplication. In the co-phonology developed by Orgun (1996), Antilla (2002), Inkelas and Zoll (2005, 2007) and many others, each morphological construction is associated with a different phonological grammar,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (JSEALS) 5 (2012): 97-106|
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