Monograph

Eugeniusz Cyran (2013)

Polish voicing. Between phonology and phonetics

Publishing house Wydawnictwo KUL
Place of publication Lublin
Language English

ISBN: 8377026856

CONTENTS

Preface

Chapter 1

Substantive complexity

1. Introduction

2. The basic Polish voicing facts

3. Representing voice

4. Laryngeal Realism

5. Laryngeal Realism and Polish voicing

6. The problem of Cracow-Poznan sandhi voicing

Chapter 2

Sound system, phonology and phonetics

1. Introduction

2. Types of voicing

2.1. Spontaneous voicing

2.2. Active voicing

2.3. Passive voicing

3. Sound system

3.1. Phonological aspects

3.2. Phonetic categories

3.3. Phonetic interpretation

4. Laryngeal Relativism

5. Some consequences of Laryngeal Relativism

Chapter 3

Cracow-Poznan sandhi voicing

1. Introduction

2. Laryngeal Relativism and Polish voicing

2.1. Final Obstruent Devoicing

2.2. Regressive Voice Assimilation

3. Cracow-Poznan sandhi voicing

3.1. Bethin (1984, 1992)

3.2. Gussmann (1992)

3.3. Rubach (1996)

3.4. CP sandhi voicing and Laryngeal Relativism

3.5. Laryngeal Relativism and Licensing-by-Cue

4. Conclusions

Chapter 4

Progressive voice assimilation in Polish

1. Introduction

1.1. Benni's generalization

1.2. Is PVA dead or alive?

1.3. A structural explanation of progressive devoicing

2. Modern derivational and non-derivational accounts of PVA

2.1. Preliminaries

2.2. Gussmann (1992)

2.3. Bethin (1992)

2.4. Rubach (1996)

2.5. Gussmann (2007)

3. PVA and Laryngeal Relativism

3.1. Preliminaries

3.2. Laryngeal Relativism

3.3. Obstruentization and PVA

3.4. The 'voiced obstruent' hypothesis in CP and WP

3.5. The new (old) analysis of PVA

3.6. Post-alveolar fricatives in PVA context

4. Conclusions

Chapter 5

Further issues

1. Introduction

2. Laryngeal licensing - elements in phonological contexts

3. Prepositions and voicing

4. The behaviour of sonorant consonants

4.1. ...C# vs. ...CS#

4.2. ...CS#C... vs. ...C#SC...

5. Phonology and phonetics in Laryngeal Relativism

5.1. Substance-free elements?

6. Laryngeal Relativism and other languages

6.1. Durham English

6.2. Dutch

7. Conclusions

Conclusion

References

Subject index

Index of Polish words