A magyar rímkategóriáról funkcionális-kognitív fonológiai kiindulópontból
Kulcsszó: K+F tárgyszavak::2 Humán tudományok::2.4 Nyelvtudomány
On the Category of Hungarian Rhyme from a Functional Cognitive Phonological Viewpoint This study approaches the category of Hungarian rhyme as a functional cognitive phonological category which is − as other cognitive phonological categories − a mental representation, and it has its members arranging around a prototype. The unified rhyme category includes both the pure rhyme and the assonance. The description is based on the results of the research on Hebrew rhyme: the prototype of the Hungarian rhyme category (the pure rhyme) can be characterised with the rhyme centrality principle (as in the case of Hebrew), and the so called assonance-variants are the less central members of the category. The descripiton of the category’s internal organization relies on the system of assonance demonstrated in details by JÁNOS ARANY. The main conclusion of the study is that the prototype-based categorization is more significant factor in the organization of the category of Hungarian rhyme than the schema-based categorization.