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Structures syllabiques et lexicales des langues du monde
Données, typologies, tendances universelles et contraintes substantielles

Abstract : Syllable internal structures and their combinations building lexical items will be analysed in constituting a computerized data base of 16 language lexicons cut up in syllables. Drawing up typologies, we have found tendencies and cooccurrences between syllable components and between two consecutive syllables in the same lexical item. The results was analysed in the light of previous works especially in the field of a substance-based linguistic, and more particularly those in keeping with the “Frame, then Content” Theory (MacNeilage, 1998). With an original paradigm testing the asymmetries in verbal transformations we have found a perceptual correlate of the “Labial-Coronal” Effect and interpret these findings in line with previous models of speech perception and our statistical studies on universal organizational syllabic patterns. Globally the thesis gives lot of data and results which will be took into account to build a model of syllable structure emergence and lexical complexity.
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Isabelle Rousset. Structures syllabiques et lexicales des langues du monde
Données, typologies, tendances universelles et contraintes substantielles. Linguistique. Université Stendhal - Grenoble III, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00250154⟩

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