The purpose of this study is to try to redefine the aspect of the perceptual view that English geminates experience degemination through the lengthening effect caused by deletion. When an English geminate considered as two adjacent identical consonants comes to emerge by morphological process or assimilation, it has been interpreted to be deleted by phonological rules. Recent studies, however, show the data that degemination comes from shortening effect by overlapping or lengthening for certain reasons. This study argues that degemination is not so much shortening as lengthening effect. Based on Steriade(1999, 2000)'s theory of perceptual cues, it is explained that the segment which lacks perceptual cue compared to neighboring segments tends to be deleted and the very neighboring segment fills the empty slot by lengthening.
Abstract 1. 서론 2. 겹자음단음화 2.1. 탈락 2.2. 음장 3. 지각단서의 결핍에 의한 탈락과 장음화 4. 지각적 제약에 의한 분석 5. 결론 참고문헌
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