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Ce que révèle l’ordre d’acquisition des classes naturelles à propos des harmonies consonantiques

Abstract : Consonant harmony is a common phenomenon in child language. Most of the previous studies on this type of harmony consider this phenomenon as unified. However, pattern production variety prompted us to propose the existence of two distinct phenomena that we call filling consonant harmony and uniformizing consonant harmony. In the first case, the harmony would be due to the fact that one of the two natural classes of the word is not yet acquired. In the second case, the harmony would be due to not yet mastered co-occurrence of two different natural classes within the word. Our assumption on consonant harmony implies finding out the age of acquisition of natural classes for each child, we thus propose a methodology in two steps: the first step consists in studying the acquisition of natural classes, and the second step consists in studying consonant harmonies. Our assumption about the existence of two distinct consonant harmonies with their own pattern was confirmed by the results obtained using our methodology.
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Naomi Yamaguchi, Christophe dos Santos, Sophie Kern. Ce que révèle l’ordre d’acquisition des classes naturelles à propos des harmonies consonantiques. LIDIL - Revue de linguistique et de didactique des langues, UGA Editions, 2015, 51, pp.89-117. ⟨10.4000/lidil.3722⟩. ⟨halshs-01287137⟩

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