n/을 후행하는 /t/의 발화양상: 코퍼스 연구를 기반으로

Title
n/을 후행하는 /t/의 발화양상: 코퍼스 연구를 기반으로
Other Titles
Variations of a Coronal Nasal and a Voiceless Coronal Stop Clusters: a Corpus-based Study.
Author(s)
신승훈
Keywords
coronal nasal; voiceless coronal stop; flapping; word frequency; exposure frequency; .
Issue Date
201505
Publisher
현대영미어문학회
Citation
현대영미어문학, v.33, no.2, pp.177 - 193
Abstract
A sequence of a coronal nasal and a voiceless coronal stop is subject to many phonological variations such as deletion of the nasal, deletion of the stop or deletion of the nasal and subsequent flapping of the stop. This paper analyzed the 184 sequences of a coronal nasal and a voiceless coronal stop appeared in the Buckeye Corpus of Conversational Speech to explore aspects of the variations. Results showed that the percentage of stop deletion prevailed with 80.43% while no change and flapping rates marked as low as 17.93% and 1.63%, respectively. Such a pattern reveals the effect of exposure frequency and applies as one of the most sensitive parameters in phonological alternations. Frequency in use of the words was also related and proportional to the stop deletion, which shows that cross-linguistically unmarked [coronal] and coronal stops are deleted as the word frequency increases. Gender and age factors, however, were unrelated to the patterns of variations.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/32177
ISSN
1229-3814
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