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Ch.9: Feet and metrical stress by René Kager

 

"Our representational basis is metrical phonology, a theory whose central assumption is that stress is a relational property, represented by prominence relations between constituents in hierarchical structures (Liberman 1975; Liberman & Prince 1977; Hayes 1980). We use the metrical representation known as constituentized grid or bracketed grid ... which combines the metrical grid with constituency."

Citation:
Kager, René (2007). Feet and metrical stress. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge University Press, pp.195-227.

 

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1. Introduction
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2. What is the most significant recent development in metrical theory?
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3. What are your thoughts on the future of metrical theory?
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4. What do you think of the current quality of data available to metrical theorists?
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5. What motivated you to turn your research focus to language acquisition?
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6. What do you think the contribution of phonology to related cognitive fields is?
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7. What issues does a child encounter in learning metrical patterns?
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8. What are your thoughts on the future of phonology?
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