Pitch Accents and Prosodic Properties of the Clitic in Yukulta (Tangkic)

Bonnin, Cicely (2014). Pitch Accents and Prosodic Properties of the Clitic in Yukulta (Tangkic). In: Jennifer Hay and Emma Parnell, Proceedings of th 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. 15th Australasian International Speech Science and Technology Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, (67-70). 2 - 5 December 2014.

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Author Bonnin, Cicely
Title of paper Pitch Accents and Prosodic Properties of the Clitic in Yukulta (Tangkic)
Conference name 15th Australasian International Speech Science and Technology Conference
Conference location Christchurch, New Zealand
Conference dates 2 - 5 December 2014
Proceedings title Proceedings of th 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology
Place of Publication Christchurch, New Zealand
Publisher The Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Incorporated
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status
ISSN 1039-0227
Editor Jennifer Hay
Emma Parnell
Start page 67
End page 70
Total pages 4
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Abstract/Summary A new analysis of field recordings from 1968-70 is the first instrumentally based, AM-theorised investigation of intonation in Yukulta (Tangkic). Yukulta’s inventory of phonological tones contains three simple pitch accents, including a tone with a delayed pitch peak and tones with distinctive expanded pitch range. Clitics can sometimes bear accent independently of their stems. Lexical stress assignment in clitics is discussed in the context of competing morphological analyses of the Yukulta clitic [1], [2]. Additionally, Yukulta appears have clitic groups, defined in part prosodically, as proposed by Hayes [3] and Nespor & Vogel [4].
Keyword Intonation
Yukulta (Tangkic)
Pitch accents
Delayed pitch peak
Clitic
Clitic group
Lexical stress
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Link to publication: http://www.nzilbb.canterbury.ac.nz/graphics/SST%202014_Proceedings%20optimized.pdf

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