Vocalic adjustments under Positional Markedness in Catalan and other Romance languages
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Lloret, Maria-Rosa; Jiménez, Jesús Perfil
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While in a wide range of phonological theories preservation under prominence is a well noticed effect, there are few explanations for the accumulation of prominent properties in a particular position. Both tendencies, however, as well as their interaction, are particularly suited to formal expression within Optimality Theory. The aim of this paper is to show that the word-initial position is a site of vowel preservation (Positional Faithfulness) and a point of attraction of salient features (Positional Markedness). The focus is on the less familiar effect of get-together prominent elements in order to shed new light on several vocalic adjustments that have been unsatisfactorily explained in the traditional literature of Romance languages.

    Lloret, Maria-Rosa, & Jesús Jiménez (2013): "Vocalic adjustments under Positional Markedness in Catalan and other Romance languages". In Camacho-Taboada, V.; Jiménez-Fernández, Á. L.; Martín-González, J.; Reyes-Tejedor, M. (eds.), Information Structure and Agreement. (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 197). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, p. 319-336.
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