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Identifier 000429243
Title Heritage language phonotactics : word-medial cluster syllabification in albanian heritage speakers in Greece / Aikaterini Iliopoulou.
Alternative Title Φωνοτακτική περιορισμοί και γλώσσες πολιτισμικής κληρονομιάς : συλλαβοποίηση συμφωνικών συμπλέγματος στο εσωτερικό της λέξης από ομιλητές της αλβανικής ως γλώσσα πολιτισμικής κληρονομιάς στην Ελλάδα
Author Ηλιοπούλου, Αικατερίνη
Thesis advisor Κάππα Ιωάννα
Abstract This thesis studies the metalinguistic phonotactic knowledge in Albanian heritage speakers whose dominant language is Greek, aiming to investigate whether phonotactics in a heritage language can be incompletely acquired and/or attrited. To this end, a group of 6 Albanian heritage speakers who were raised in Greece and a control group of 2 Albanian immigrants who moved to Greece in adulthood participated in a three-consonant word-internal cluster syllabification task, syllabifying 66 nonce-words that contained clusters allowed by Albanian phonotactics, but disallowed by the phonotactics of Modern Greek. The great between-subjects and within-subjects variability in the results of both groups suggests incomplete acquisition of heritage phonotactics by heritage speakers, as well as some degree of attrition in the first-generation Albanian immigrants. I argue that this variability is attributed to the use of Multiple Parallel Grammars (Kiparsky, 1993; Anttila, 2002a, 2002b; Anttila and Cho, 1998; Revithiadou and Tzakosta 2004a, 2004b; Tzakosta, 2004, among others), which is indicative of incomplete acquisition and non-native ultimate attainment in the phonotactic knowledge of heritage speakers, while the use of Multiple Parallel Grammars by first generation immigrants can suggest first language attrition of phonotactics.
Language English
Subject Attrition bilingualism
Heritage language
Heritage phonology
Incomplete acquisition
Phonology
Phonotactics
Ατελής κατάκτηση Γ1
Γλώσσες πολιτισμικής κληρονομιάς
Φωνολογία
Φωνοτακτικοί περιορισμοί
Issue date 2020-03-03
Collection   Faculty/Department
  Type of Work
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