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Organisation syllabique : quelles évidences phonétiques ?

Abstract : In this study, we examine consonants sequences in
Tashlhiyt Berber in order to demonstrate that their
syllabic organization can surface in their phonetic
properties. Two types of three consonants sequences
varying according to the degree of sonority of C1 are
considered. Following syllabification principles of the
language, these two types are considered to differ in
their syllabic structure. Observation of the
linguopalatal articulatory properties of the consonants
and of the temporal coordination pattern between these
consonants do show differences between the two types
of sequences. These phonetic differences are
interpreted as reflecting different syllabic structures,
and results are confronted to the syllabification of the
string proposed on phonological grounds.
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Rachid Ridouane, Cécile Fougeron. Organisation syllabique : quelles évidences phonétiques ?. 25e journées d'études sur la parole, 2006, Dinard, France. pp.125-129. ⟨halshs-00384936⟩



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