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Ch.18: The syntax-phonology interface by Hubert Truckenbrodt


"Phonological structure is sensitive to syntactic phrase structure. This chapter discusses central aspects of this relation: What elements of the phono­logical representation are influenced by phrase structure? How are they influenced? How does focus affect prosody? What role does the distinction between lexical and functional elements play? A recurring theme will be the role of syntactic XPs in shaping the important layer of p-phrases in different ways."

Truckenbrodt, Hubert (2007). The syntax-phonology interface. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge University Press, pp.435-456.


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