Deconstructing mutation in Breton

June 8, 2012

Workshop on the Selection and Representation of Morphological Exponents, University of Tromsø/CASTL, Tromsø, Norway

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Categories:  Breton Feature theory Phonology-morphology interface

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I offer the analysis of Breton initial mutations found in my thesis. I argue that there is no such thing as a unified ‘mutation’ mechanism: instead, this labels covers a variety of processes with different places in the overall grammar. The article-length version of the argument is here.



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I’m Pavel Iosad, and I'm a Lecturer in Theoretical Phonology in the department of Linguistics and English Language at the University of Edinburgh. ¶ You can always go to the start page to learn more.

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