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《Dialect》 2011-01
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A Government-phonological Account of Zhenjiang Tonal Processes

HE Junjie  
Tonal processes in Zhenjiang dialect include processes of tone sandhi and neutral tone.Zhenjiang dialect is deemed as typical of combining contour change and register change in sandhi processes,both of which are considered to be motivated by separate causes and therefore to be two distinct processes.This paper argues that Zhenjiang tone sandhi can be explained within the framework of Government Phonology with a conclusion that register change results naturally from the regulation of licensing constraint,a fundamental constraint with the tonal system.As a result,the unwelcome integration of separate processes of contour change and register change can be avoided.Moreover,the government-phonological framework treats tone sandhi and neutral tone in a systematic and principled way.
【Fund】: 国家哲学社会科学基金项目“管辖音系学声调理论研究:模型构建及应用”(项目号:09CYY001)的阶段性成果;; 南开大学外国语言文学博士后流动站期间的研究成果
【CateGory Index】: H17
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