This volume contains revised, expanded and updated versions of papers originally presented at the International Workshop on Phonological Structure held at the University of Durham in September 1994. As the title suggests, the contributions focus on aspects of phonological structure, both segment internal and suprasegmental. A number of questions surrounding phonological structure are approached from a wide variety of theoretical standpoints, including the frameworks of prosodic phonology, declarative phonology, optimality theory, metrical phonology, government phonology, feature geometry, particle theory and dependency phonology. This range of viewpoints allows the crossfertilisation of various strands of phonological thinking with respect to many of the central issues concerning phonological structure. The empirical basis of the contributions is also wide-ranging, including among the languages dealt with Aranda, Cayuvava, English, French, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, and Spanish.
1. Acknowledgments; 2. Contributors; 3. Introduction (by Hannahs, S.J.); 4. A new approach to the representation of coronal segments (by Broadbent, Judith M.); 5. On non-occurring structures (by Humbert, Helga); 6. The effect of intrasegmental licensing conditions on elemental spreading (by Ritter, Nancy A.); 7. A monovalent feature geometry for Mandarin consonants and vowels (by Wang, Jenny Zhijie); 8. Issues in foot typology (by Hulst, Harry van der); 9. Optimal metrics (by Roca, Iggy); 10. Constraint interaction in Aranda stress (by Takahashi, Toyomi); 11. On the independence of suprasegmental constituency (by Mazzola, Michael L.); 12. Italian s-voicing and the structure of the phonological word (by Oostendorp, Marc van); 13. A prosodically-based model of phonological domains and the phonology - syntax connection (by Rivera-Castillo, Yolanda); 14. Subminimal constituents in prosodic phonology (by Vogel, Irene)