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as deviations from the Standard Modern Greek (SMG) pattern of verbal stressing in the dialects homogeneously. On the topic of lexical stress I merely note that a new and most interesting proposal has been made by Revithiadou (1999) under Optimality Theory (OT). This will unfortunately not be

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics
Author: Ioanna Kappa

foot template, mainly trochee, which is a minimal word and conforms to the prosodic pattern of the language. 3 On the acquisition of syllabic structure in Greek 3 1.1 Basics of Optimality Theory For the analysis of the data we adopt the framework of Optimality Theory (henceforth OT) as developed by

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics

] [root][root] single root nodes two C-slots The formal analysis of Cypriot Greek will be presented within Optimality Theory, a constraint-based framework (Prince and Smolensky 1993, McCarthy <LINK "mul-r25"> <LINK "mul-r21"> and Prince 1995). In this framework, multiple potential surface forms are <LINK

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics
Author: Marina Tzakosta

in terms of Optimality Theory (Prince & Smolensky 1993), this is attributed to the activation of a constraint that favours the full preservation of the rightmost segment in a syllable. Goad (2001a, b, 2003) and Rose (2000), however, argue that these are not cases of CV interac- tions, which reflect

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics
Author: Angela Ralli

accounted for by frameworks such as lexical phonology (Kiparsky 1982, Mohanan 1986), which postulate a stratification for <LINK "ral-r41"> <LINK "ral-r53"> the application of phonological rules to word-internal structures, or optimality theory (Prince & Smolensky 1993), according to which a set of ranked con

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics

phonological default are two different entities and possibly must be treated as such. Future research should address how these two defaults can be accommodated in a formal analysis of Greek stress. References Alderete, John. 1999. Morphologically governed accent in Optimality Theory . Ph

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics
Author: Nikos Liosis

. The prosodic structure of function words. In Jill Beckman, Laura Dickey & Suzanne Urbanczyk (eds.), University of Massachusetts occasional papers in linguistics 18: Papers on optimality theory , 439–447. Massachusetts: University of Massachusetts. Spencer, Andrew & Ana Luís. 2012. Clitics

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics