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On Silent Markedness. / Van Oostendorp, M.

Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology. ed. / Bridget Samuels. Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2017. p. 101-120.

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Harvard

Van Oostendorp, M 2017, On Silent Markedness. in B Samuels (ed.), Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam, pp. 101-120.

APA

Van Oostendorp, M. (2017). On Silent Markedness. In B. Samuels (Ed.), Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology (pp. 101-120). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Vancouver

Van Oostendorp M. On Silent Markedness. In Samuels B, editor, Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 2017. p. 101-120.

Author

Van Oostendorp, M./ On Silent Markedness. Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology. editor / Bridget Samuels. Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2017. pp. 101-120

BibTeX

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abstract = "Empty categories – positions in phonological representations that have no direct phonetic counterpart – are (still) controversial in phonological theory. In this paper we give the main arguments for assuming such positions and we furthermore establish a markedness hierarchy for empty positions: some of them are stronger (‘more marked’) than others, and we can derive this from a combination of Element Theory and Turbidity Theory. We illustrate our point with Italian and Dutch dialects, and point out that the phonological hierarchy of empty positions may correspond to a hierarchy of syntactic positions",
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