3 edition of Principles of phonology [by] N.S. Trubetzkoy. found in the catalog.
Principles of phonology [by] N.S. Trubetzkoy.
TrubetskoЗђ, NikolaЗђ Sergeevich, kniaz
by University of California Press in Berkeley
|LC Classifications||P217 T713|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
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N.S. Trubetzkoy and the theory of distinctive features by Christiane A. M Baltaxe (Book) N.S. Trubetzkoy's letters and notes by Nikolaĭ Sergeevich Trubet︠s︡ko ĭ Principles of phonology by Nikolaĭ Sergeevich Trubet︠s︡ko. (Trubetzkoy ) The phonologist who did the most to establish contrast as an organizing principle of phonology was N. S. Trubetzkoy. One of his key insights is that the determination of contrastive features in an inventory is not self-evident, but must be established by the ana-File Size: KB.
In his book «Principles of Phonology» first published in German in , N.S. Trubetzkoy discussed the relation of phonology to other studies, the nature of phonemes and their variants, how to determine the phonemes of a language, relations between phonemes in general analysis and in particular languages, the classification of. Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo & Honeybone, Patrick () ‘Phonology and Syntax: a Shifting Relationship’. Lingua Vol. , • Some self-promotion: we briefly discuss the way in which the notion of distinctive features in phonology has been imported into syntax, along with other kinds of interactions in the history of phonology and Size: 64KB.
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Editors: Murray, L.A., Bluhme, Hermann (Eds.) Free Preview. Trubetzkoy, N. This first English edition of Trubetzkoy's classic work, translated by Christiane A.M. Baltaxe, treats some phonological systems attested in the world's languages.
Central to the book is the author's "Theory of Distinctiveness" which states that there are certain minimal distinctive phonic properties that appear to be.
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TRUBETZKOY. Trubetzkoy, N. Principles of Phonology. Translated by A. Baltaxe. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles: pp. Index.
Bibliography. Appendices. Trubetzkoy's Grundzuge der Phonologic was published in as vol. VI I of Travaux du Cercle Linguistique de Prague. It was not translated into another. Principles of phonology [by] N. Trubetzkoy.
Translated by Christiane A. Baltaxe University of California Press Berkeley Australian/Harvard Citation. Introduction to the Principles of Phonological Descriptions.
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Introduction. Nikolai Sergeyevich Trubetzkoy is regarded by many as the creator of the science of phonology. His posthumously published Grundzüge der Phonologie (Principles of Phonology) elaborates his observations on the linguistic function of speech sounds, the role of oppositions, and markedness, influenced by his rejection of neogrammarian principles and his extension of Saussearean insights.
Trubetzkoy () is generally celebrated today as the creator of the science of phonology. While his monumental Grundzüge der Phonologie was published posthumously and contains a summary of Trubetzkoy's late views on the linguistic function of speech sounds, there has, until now, been no practical way to trace the development of.
N.S. Trubetzkoy’s Letters and Notes. The Hague: Mouton. Simpson, J.M.Y. () ‘Prague School Phonology’. In E.F.K. Koerner and R.E. Asher (eds.) Concise History of the Language Sciences.
Oxford: Elsevier. • Trubetzkoy was a true internationalist, and had File Size: 61KB. Trubetzkoy’s chief contribution in phonology was taken in the sense of functional of the articles written by N. Trubetzkoy were compiled in Principles of. Principles of Phonology. TRUBETZ. KOY.
Foreword by Christiane A. Baltaxe, trans. Berkeley & London: Uni- versity of California Press, xvi +. Nikolay Sergeyevich Trubetskoy, also spelled Nikolaj Sergejevič Trubetzkoy, (born ApMoscow—died JVienna), Slavic linguist at the centre of the Prague school of linguistics, noted as the author of its most important work on phonology, Grundzüge der Phonologie (; “Principles of Phonology”).
Influenced by Ferdinand de Saussure and in turn influencing Roman. Prague School Phonology. The History of the Prague School Phonology.
Forerunner. The forerunner of the Prague School was the Moscow Linguistic Circle founded in It is a circle consisted of a group of young scholars such as Trubetzkoy (25yr) and Jakobson (20yr), who is.
Trubetzkoy, N. Principles of phonology. Translated by Christine A. Baltaxe. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press. E-mail Citation» Originally published in One of the earliest and most comprehensive theories of sound patterns. Part of the Prague school (see The Prague School).
Introduced significant concepts, such as the. Phonology as human behavior: theoretical implications and clinical applications / Yishai Tobin.
P T59 Introduction to the principles of phonological descriptions / [by] N. Trubetzkoy. One of the most prominent scholars of this period is N.S. Trubetzkoy who, in his book titled in English Principles of Phonology () “made signal contribution of combining Saussure’s social view of the system of language with the psychological view of the neogrammarians” (Lehmann 37).
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The term of “markedness” was first proposed by zkoy, a leading linguist in Prague School, in his book The Principles of Phonology. At first it was confined to phonetics: in a pair of opposite phonemes, one is characterized as marked, while the other one lacks such markedness.
Now it has been widely applied to theFile Size: 39KB.Principles of Phonology 作者: N. S. Trubetzkoy 出版社: Univ of California Pr 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: 豆瓣评分.Dialectical Development of Music In the relations between its various dimensions, music undergoes a dialectical development.
In his landmark book, New Images of Musical Sound, Robert Cogan gives the following quotation from N.S. Trubetzkoy (Principles of Phonology, p. 31): The concept of distinctiveness presupposes the concept of opposition.