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28권 4호 (2020년 12월)

양 방향 강세 시스템과 3-음절 강세 음보(ternary stress feet)의 상관관계

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Pages : 77-101

DOI : https://doi.org/10.24303/lakdoi.2020.28.4.77

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Abstract

Cho, Hye-Sung. (2020). The correlation between bidirectional stress systems and ternary stress feet. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 28(4), 77-101. Hyde (2008) defined bidirectional stress systems as binary systems with a mixed directional orientation. As a result, in odd-parity words, an internal lapse arises adjacent to a single isolated foot, which yields a sequence of a foot and an unparsed syllable, [(σ)σ(σ)(σ)], in the middle. This paper contends that to avoid the stranded syllable in the ternary stress configurations, bidirectional systems opt for one of their own parsing tactics: a ternary stress foot. This is in sharp contrast with unidirectional systems which parse a stray syllable at edges into a degenerate foot. This also leads us to infer that there is a correlation between bidirectional systems and ternary stress feet that should be captured so as to account for the existence of language-specific ternary stress foot-conditioned phonological and morphological operations which have bidirectional stress systems. This paper parses trisyllabic configurations into Internally Layered Ternary (ILT) stress feet which consist of a disyllabic foot with a left- or right-weak adjoined syllable, as proposed by recursive foot theories (Bennett, 2012; Martínez-Paricio, 2012; Kager, 2012).

Keywords

# 양 방향 강세 시스템(bidirectional stress system) # 3-음절 강세 형태(ternary stress configuration) # 단어 내 두 무강세 음절의 연속 (word-internal stress lapse) # 3-음절 강세 음보-조건적(ternary stress foot-conditioned) 음운/형태 작용 # 내부 층위가 있는 삼원적 강세 음보(Internally Layered Ternary stress foot)

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