A revised typology of opaque generalisationsPhonology (2007)
AbstractThis paper is about opaque interactions between phonological processes in the two senses deﬁned by Kiparsky (1971, 1973) and discussed in much recent work on the topic, most notably McCarthy (1999): UNDERAPPLICATION opacity, whereby a process appears to have failed to apply in expected contexts on the surface, and OVERAPPLICATION opacity, whereby a process appears to have applied in unexpected contexts on the surface. Speciﬁcally, I demonstrate that there are three distinct types of overapplication opacity in addition to the only case discussed and properly categorised as such in the literature, counterbleeding. The analysis of each type of opacity in terms of rule-based serialism and in terms of Optimality Theory is discussed, emphasising the strengths and weaknesses of the two frameworks in each case.
Citation InformationEric Baković. "A revised typology of opaque generalisations" Phonology Vol. 24 Iss. 2 (2007)
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