From Rutgers Optimality Archive, Dec. 23, 2015.
|Title:||Updating the analysis of Japanese compound accent|
|Comment:||In Short ‘schrift for Alan Prince, compiled by Eric Baković|
|Abstract:||Antepenultimacy has long been an organizing principle for both word and compound accent in Japanese, but constraint-based phonology has not yet formalized the relationship between the two domains. This squib assumes the formal commitments to antepenultimacy in Ito & Mester 2015/to appear (Linguistic Inquiry) and sketches a way to unify the two domains by further assuming compounds are layered into recursive prosodic words, the second of which is the head and must therefore bear accent.|
|prosody, pitch accent, Japanese, compounds, headedness|