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Phonological markedness, acquisition and language pathology: what is left of the Jakobsonian legacy?

Abstract : This chapter looks at some of the phonological theses put forward by Roman Jakobson (1941/1968) concerning language acquisition and language impairment. We argue, with special reference to the French language and on the basis of aphasiological data, that the notion of markedness, which played a central role in Jakobson's work, is still relevant. If built into our representational machinery, markedness can provide an insightful account of the development of phonology and its destructuring and restructuring in various types of aphasia.
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Typhanie Prince, Jacques Durand. Phonological markedness, acquisition and language pathology: what is left of the Jakobsonian legacy?. Neuropsycholinguistic Perspectives on Language Cognition, CRC Press, 2015, 9780815356974. ⟨halshs-01292259⟩

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