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Title:Reduplicant and Output TETU in Kwakwala
Authors:Caro Struijke
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Abstract:Reduplicant and Output TETU in Kwakwala

Caro Struijke

University of Maryland, College Park

This paper argues for a new model of reduplicative Correspondence,

different from the Full Model (McCarthy and Prince 1995). It

includes Broad Input-Output Faithfulness, relating input material to

the entire output. Broad I-O Constraints are satisfied when an

element in the input is present in the output, be it the base,

reduplicant or both. High-ranking of these constraints force

unreduplicated words to be faithful, but allow one member of the

base-reduplicant pair to alternate in response to markedness

constraints. Kwakwala reduplication illustrates this type of The

Emergence of the Unmarked (McCarthy and Prince 1994), called

'Output TETU'. A constraint penalizing stress clash forces the base

or the reduplicant to alternate. In 'Reduplicant TETU' alternations

only take place in reduplicants. Since bases are subject to both

Broad I-O and Root Faithfulness constraints (cf. Positional

Faithfulness, Beckman 1997) they tend to be more faithful than

reduplicants. WEIGHTbyPOSITION emerges in Kwakwala reduplicants,

and forces coda consonants to be moraic.
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