Prosodic transfer across constructions and domains in L2 inflectional morphology

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Austin, Gavin, Chang, Heejin, Kim, Nayoung and Daly, Eoin. 2022. "Prosodic transfer across constructions and domains in L2 inflectional morphology." Linguistic approaches to bilingualism. 12 (5), pp. 657-686. https://doi.org/10.1075/lab.19076.aus
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Prosodic transfer across constructions and domains in L2 inflectional morphology

ERA Journal ID211058
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsAustin, Gavin (Author), Chang, Heejin (Author), Kim, Nayoung (Author) and Daly, Eoin (Author)
Journal TitleLinguistic approaches to bilingualism
Journal Citation12 (5), pp. 657-686
Number of Pages30
Year2022
Place of PublicationNetherlands
ISSN1879-9264
1879-9272
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1075/lab.19076.aus
Web Address (URL)https://www.jbe-platform.com/content/journals/10.1075/lab.19076.aus
Abstract

Second language (L2) learners are known to have difficulty producing inflection in obligatory contexts reliably. According to the Prosodic Transfer Hypothesis (PTH), the prosodic organisation of L2 inflection is constrained by the inventory of representations available in the L1. At the same time, this hypothesis does not explicitly limit how freely prosodic representations can be transferred, so that transfer across constructions within the same domain (e.g., verbal domain: L1 tense → L2 agreement) and across domains (e.g., verbal domain: L1 tense → nominal domain: L2 plurals) are both possible in principle. The goal of this study was to determine if the current formulation of the PTH is valid, or must be reined in to exclude transfer across domains in particular. Forty-four Korean learners of English did a spoken sentence-construction task in which they had to produce subject-verb agreement and regular plural inflection. Bayesian hierarchical regression was used to analyse the results. By examining asymmetries in the suppliance of short- vs. long-stemmed inflection, we show that there are no grounds for attaching any stipulations to the PTH along the above lines, as prosodic representations are transferrable not only across constructions but also across domains.

KeywordsSecond language acquisition, prosodic transfer hypothesis, inflectional morphology, Korean learners of English, Bayesian data analysis
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020399999. Other education not elsewhere classified
470306. English as a second language
470409. Linguistic structures (incl. phonology, morphology and syntax)
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Byline AffiliationsUniversity of Southern Queensland
Tech University of Korea
Pai Chai University, South Korea
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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