Crossing word boundaries : constraints for misaligned syllabification
AbstractIn this work, I examine a set of languages which appear to require resyllabification postlexically; in less derivational terms, a word's syllabification in isolation differs from its syllabification in a phrase-internal context. Although many people, myself included, have been looking at such cases in isolation over the years, I bring together several examples here to see what features they share and how an Optimality Theory analysis improves upon rule-based derivational approaches.
Wiltshire, Caroline R. 2000. „Crossing Word Boundaries : Constraints for Misaligned Syllabification“. ZAS Papers in Linguistics 19 (Januar):207-28. https://doi.org/10.21248/zaspil.19.2000.73.