The word is a phrase, phonologically : evidence from Persian stress
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to provide a unified (i.e. independent of lexical categories) account of Persian stress. I show that by differentiating word- and phrase-level stress rules, one can account for the superficial differences exemplified in (1) above and many of the stipulations suggested by previous scholars. The paper is organized as follows. In section 1, I look at nouns and adjectives and propose a rule that would account for their stress pattern. In section 2, I extend the stress rule to verbs and show the problem this category poses to our generalization. The main proposal of this paper is discussed in section 3. I introduce the phrasal stress rule in Persian and show that by differentiating word-level and phrase-level stress rules, one can come to a unified account of Persian stress. Section 4 deals with some problematic eases for the proposed generalization and discusses some tentative solutions and their theoretical consequences. Section 5 concludes the paper.
Kahnemuyipour, Arsalan. 2000. „The Word Is a Phrase, Phonologically : Evidence from Persian Stress“. ZAS Papers in Linguistics 19 (Januar):119-35. https://doi.org/10.21248/zaspil.19.2000.70.