☉ Phonology  PDF / Epub ❤ Author Alan Bale –
  • Hardcover
  • 608 pages
  • Phonology
  • Alan Bale
  • 06 March 2017
  • 9780262038386

About the Author: Alan Bale

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Phonology An Introduction To Generative Phonology Using Tools Of Basic Set Theory, Logic, And CombinatoricsThis Textbook Introduces Phonological Theory As A Branch Of Cognitive Science For Students With Minimal Background In Linguistics The Authors Use Basic Math And Logic, Including Set Theory, Some Rules Of Inference, And Basic Combinatorics, To Explain Phonology, And Use Phonology To Teach The Math And Logic The Text Is Unique In Its Focus On Logical Analysis, Its Use Of Toy Data, And Its Provision Of Some Interpretation Rules For Its Phonological Rule SyntaxThe Book S Eight Parts Cover Preliminary And Background Material The Motivation For Phonological Rules The Development Of A Formal Model For Phonological Rules The Basic Logic Of Neutralization Rules The Traditional Notions Of Allophony And Complementary Distribution The Logic Of Rule Interaction, Presented In Terms Of Function Composition A Survey Of Such Issues As Length, Tone, Syllabification, And Metathesis And Features And Feature Logic, With A Justification Of Decomposing Segments Into Features And Treating Segments As Sets Of Valued Features End Of Chapter Exercises Help Students Apply The Concepts Presented Much Of The Discussion And Many Of The Exercises Rely On Toy Data, But Real Data Is Included Toward The End Of The Book Exercises Available Online Can Be Used As Homework Or In Class Quizzes

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