Stød in unexpected morphological contexts in Standard Danish: An experimental approach to sound change in progress

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Stød in unexpected morphological contexts in Standard Danish : An experimental approach to sound change in progress. / Grønnum, Nina; Pharao, Nicolai; Basbøll, Hans.

I: Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 01.09.2020, s. 1-34.

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Grønnum, N, Pharao, N & Basbøll, H 2020, 'Stød in unexpected morphological contexts in Standard Danish: An experimental approach to sound change in progress', Nordic Journal of Linguistics, s. 1-34. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586520000074

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Grønnum, N., Pharao, N., & Basbøll, H. (2020). Stød in unexpected morphological contexts in Standard Danish: An experimental approach to sound change in progress. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 1-34. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586520000074

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Grønnum N, Pharao N, Basbøll H. Stød in unexpected morphological contexts in Standard Danish: An experimental approach to sound change in progress. Nordic Journal of Linguistics. 2020 sep 1;1-34. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586520000074

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Grønnum, Nina ; Pharao, Nicolai ; Basbøll, Hans. / Stød in unexpected morphological contexts in Standard Danish : An experimental approach to sound change in progress. I: Nordic Journal of Linguistics. 2020 ; s. 1-34.

Bibtex

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abstract = "In recent years st{\o}d has appeared in words where the current phonological and morphological principles of its distribution would exclude it. Thus, a disyllable like [ˈsiː{\dh}ə] side ‘page’ is without st{\o}d, also in a compound like [ˈ̥bɑwsiː{\dh}ə] bagside ‘back page’, but ithas lately been heard with st{\o}d: [ˈb̥ɑwsiːˀ{\dh}ə]. In a controlled experiment, speakers were required to produce compounds consisting of an existing initial word succeeded by a final nonce noun. The results indicate that st{\o}d may be spreading in this context. Furthermore,its distribution across the 40 nonce nouns was found to be similar to its distribution among existing nouns in the vocabulary: There are more nonce nouns with st{\o}d (i) in the definite singular, (ii) especially with short stressed vowels, and (iii) particularly if the initial word is monosyllabic. A change is apparently underway which will eventually partially suspend a non-st{\o}d principle which relieves disyllabic lexemes of st{\o}d.",
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