Phonological Studies in Four Languages of Maluku

Statement of Responsibility:
Burquest, Donald A. and Wyn D. Laidig, editors
Series Issue:
108
Date:
1992
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics 108
Extent:
viii, 227 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Preface
Introduction

Phonology of Sawai Ronald Whisler

1. Phonology
2. Morphophonemics
3. The Sawai seven-vowel system
References

Kisar Phonology John Christensen and Sylvia Christensen

1. Stress
2. System of phonemes
3. Ambivalent phonemes
4. Distribution of phonemes
5. Morphophonemics
6. Conclusion
References

Segments, Syllables, and Stress in Larike Carol J. Laidig

1. Segments
2. Syllables
3. Stress and the phonological word
4. Stress in contractions and compounds
5. Stress shift at clause level
6. Summary
7. Interlinearized text
References

A Lexical Phonology of West Tarangan Richard Nivens

1. Stress
2. Phonemes
3. Syllable and root structure
4. Lexical rules for affixation
5. Reduplication
6. Cliticization and other syntactic processes
7. Postsyntactic processes
8. Summary of rules
9. Summary of River dialect phonology
References

Country:
Indonesia
Content Language:
Field:
Work Type:
Subject:
Phonological descriptions
Nature of Work:
Parts: 
Whisler, Ronald
Christensen, John and Sylvia Christensen
Entry Number:
8901