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Ch.19: Morpheme position by Adam Ussishkin

 

"Despite the wide array of positions affixes can appear in, this chapter will argue, following McCarthy and Prince (1986 et seq.), that there are only two basic types of affix: prefixes and suffixes. When affixes occur anywhere other than the edge of a word, phonological pressures are always responsible."

Citation:
Ussishkin, Adam (2007). Morpheme position. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge University Press, pp.457-472.

 

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