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Published papers on project 6-03-052


Quoted papers: 1
Other papers: 7
Total: 8


  1. Type of paper: Book

    Title: The Generative description of Croatian Productive Verbs

    Authors:
    Babić, Zrinka (43845)
    Editors
    Bratulić, Josip
    Škiljan, Dubravko
    Publisher: Hrvatsko filološko društvo
    ISBN: 86-80493-03-1
    Year: 1991
    Number of pages: 112
    Number of references: 67
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: After discussing traditional descriptions of Croatianconjugation, with two or more stems, numerous suffixes (93) undrules, the book presents the generative description of Croatianproductive verbs. Each verb is identified by one underlying stem.To form different forms the stem takes one of the 9 categorialsuffixes and then one of the 13 mnumerical suffixes. 32 orrderdphonological rules apply to the underlying representationtreiggered by its distinctive features.
    Keywords: phonetics, phonology, morphology; conjugation, Croatianproductive verbs, generative description, distinctive features.

  2. Type of paper: Paper in book

    Title: Phonetics of Standard Croatian

    Authors:
    Škarić, Ivo (47243)
    Editors
    Katičić, Radoslav
    Publisher: Hrvatska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti - Globus
    ISBN: 86-407-0014-1
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 63 to 376
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: An extensive and detailed description of pronunciation andprosody of standard Croatian is given. The meterial is organizedin accordance with a communicational pattern: production, sound,perception. The second part comprises speech units. The greatestpart of the text has characteristics of a general phonetics book.
    Keywords: phonetics, phonology, pronunciation, sounds, distinctive features, sound, perception, eue, prosody, standard pronunciation.

  3. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: Language in Orthography

    Authors:
    Škarić, Ivo (47243)
    Journal: Jezik
    Number: 2
    ISSN: 0021-6925
    Volume: 39
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 33 to 45
    Number of references: 17
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The old Croatian orthography question - etymological or phoneticorthography - is addressed in an experiment in which the speed ofreading of two types of othography is measured (e.g. suca vssudca; grepsti vs grebsti; bezakonje vs bezzakonje). In somewords phonetic orthography is read faster, in othersmorphological. Phonemic orthography is read the fastest, butphonetic is assimilation does not necessarly result in phonemicshift.
    Keywords: phoneme, orthography, morphological, phonetic, phonemic.

  4. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: Towords a Systematic Reperesentation of Croatian Accents

    Authors:
    Babić, Zrinka (43845)
    Josipović, Višnja
    Journal: suvremena lingvistika
    Number: 30
    ISSN: 0586-0296
    Volume: 17
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 37 to 58
    Number of references: 46
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The article accounts for tonal contours in different Croatiandialects, including the Standard, by means of an underlying tonalnode attached to a single mora, which distinguishes tonal fromtoneless words. Dialects with two tonal classes have a lexicak Htone attached to the tonal node in some words. Pretonal NodeInsertion, Compound Rule, Genitive and Vocative H-delition,H-tone Insertion, Stress Placement and Default L-tone Insertionaccount for surface representations.
    Keywords: phonetics and phonology, accent systems, Croatian dialects, moraeand syllables, high and low words.

  5. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: Orthography and Declination of Foreign Names

    Authors:
    Babić, Zrinka (43845)
    Journal: Jezik
    Number: 5
    ISSN: 0021-6925
    Volume: 38
    Year: 1991
    Pages: from 135 to 145
    Number of references: 17
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The author analyzes approaches to the writing od foreign personalnames in two Croatian onthography manuals.
    Keywords: ortography, phonology, foreign words, foreign names in Croatian,generative rules, discintive features.

  6. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: Accented and Unaccented Words

    Authors:
    Babić, Zrinka (43845)
    Journal: Jezik
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0021-6025
    Volume: 40
    Year: 1992
    Pages: from 29 to 30
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: .
    Keywords: phonetics, phonology, speech, speech and dictionary vocabulary.

  7. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: The Croatian Language Today

    Authors:
    Škarić, Ivo (47243)
    Journal: Jezik
    Number: 4
    ISSN: 0021-6925
    Volume: 41
    Year: 1994
    Pages: from 97 to 103
    Number of references: 6
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The paper discusses Standard Croatian as the language of all Croats in new political circumstances following the constitution the independent Croatian state. The author concludes that Croatian will have to undergo considerable change in order to become more easily acceptable to all the Croats.
    Keywords: Croatian language, standardization

  8. Type of paper: Paper in journal

    Title: Stress Changes of the Prefixated Forms of the Verbs Ending in -jeti, - ati, -iti

    Authors:
    Škavić, Đurđa (65210)
    Journal: Govor
    Number: 1
    ISSN: 0352-7565
    Volume: 10
    Year: 1993
    Pages: from 39 to 48
    Number of references: 26
    Language: hrvatski
    Summary: The discrepancy between the used norms and present codified normsis also shown in the stree system, thus also in the field of verb stress typology, particulary in the stresses of the prefixated forms of the verbs ending in -jeti, -ati, and -iti, which in the non-prefixated form appear to be having two syllable infinitive stem, ascending stress and are forming present tense by inflectional suffixes -im, iš... Instead of the codified stress poletjeti, poletim, the use norm realises the stress poletjeti, poletim. The research has shown that such stressing is based on "ikavica" - west "štokavica" dialects, which have proved to be powerfully infliencing the Croatian language standard as well on stree pattern lomiti, lomim - polomiti, polomim, and finally on neglecting of morphological and stress contrast of transitive and intransitive couples in -iti/ -jeti. The assumption has been that the codified stress of the present tense form of the prefixated verbs with endings -jeti, -ati, -iti does not appear to be characteristical for the western new "štokavica"; it seems to be a forced on rule which has not been accepted.
    Keywords: Stress system, verbs, Croatian language, phonetics


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