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Author Sportiche, Dominique, author.
Title An introduction to syntactic analysis and theory [electronic resource] / Dominique Sportiche, Hilda Koopman, Edward Stabler.
Published Chichester, West Sussex, UK : Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 454 pages) : illustrated.
Content Type text
Format online resource
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents An Introduction to Syntactic Analysis and Theory; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Where to Start; 1.2 What this Book is and is Not, and How to Use It; 1.3 Further Reading; 2 Morphology: Starting with Words; 2.1 Words Come in Categories; 2.1.1 Affixes are often category and subcategory specific; 2.1.2 Syntactic contexts sensitive to the same categories; 2.1.3 Modifiers; 2.1.4 Complementary distribution; 2.2 Words are Made of Smaller Units: Morphemes; 2.3 Morphemes Combine in Regular Ways; 2.3.1 Compositionality; 2.3.2 Affixation; 2.3.3 Word structure
2.3.4 Selection and locality2.3.5 Compounds; 2.3.6 The categorial status of affixes; 2.4 Apparent Exceptions to the RHHR; 2.4.1 Conversion; 2.4.2 Further problems; 2.5 Morphological Atoms; 2.6 Compositionality and Recursion; 2.7 Conclusion; 2.7.1 Summary; 2.7.2 What to remember; 2.7.3 Puzzles and preview; 2.7.4 Further exercises; 2.7.5 Further reading; 3 Syntactic Analysis Introduced; 3.1 Word Order; 3.2 Constituency; 3.3 Syntactic Productivity; 3.4 Substitution; 3.5 Ellipsis; 3.6 Coordination; 3.6.1 Structure of coordinated constituents; 3.6.2 Right node raising and gapping
3.7 Movement and Other Distortions3.7.1 Topicalization; 3.7.2 Cleft constructions; 3.7.3 Pseudoclefts; 3.8 Some More Complex Distortion Experiments, Briefly; 3.8.1 Wh-movement; 3.8.2 Heavy constituent shift; 3.9 Some More Practice; 3.10 Some Other Evidence of Constituency; 3.10.1 Perception of click position; 3.10.2 Memorization errors; 3.10.3 Neurophysiological correlates of syntactic analysis; 3.11 Conclusion; 3.11.1 Summary; 3.11.2 What to remember; 3.11.3 Puzzles and preview; 3.11.4 Further exercises; 3.11.5 Further reading; 4 Clauses; 4.1 Full Clauses: CPs; 4.2 Tense Phrase
4.3 Conclusion4.3.1 Summary; 4.3.2 What to remember; 4.3.3 Puzzles and preview; 4.3.4 Further exercises; 4.3.5 Further reading; 5 Other Phrases: A First Glance; 5.1 Verb Phrases; 5.1.1 V complements; 5.1.2 V-adjunct compatibility; 5.2 Determiner Phrases; 5.3 Noun Phrases; 5.4 Adjective Phrases; 5.5 Prepositional Phrases; 5.6 Ways to Talk About Tree Geometry; 5.7 Conclusion; 5..7.1 Summary: heads and lexical entries; 5.7.2 What to remember; 5.7.3 Puzzles and previews; 5.7.4 Further exercises; 5.7.5 Further reading; 6 X-bar Theory and the Format of Lexical Entries
6.1 Review: The Model of Morphology6.2 Building a Model of Syntax; 6.3 Headedness; 6.4 Internal Organization of Constituents; 6.5 Some Consequences; 6.5.1 Silent heads: D; 6.5.2 Silent heads: T; 6.5.3 Silent heads: C; 6.6 Cross-categorial Symmetries; 6.7 Subjects Across Categories: Small Clauses; 6.8 Lexical Entries; 6.8.1 A short primer on thematic relations; 6.8.2 The general format of lexical entries; 6.8.3 More lexical entries; 6.9 The Projection Principle and Locality; 6.10 Cross-linguistic Variation; 6.11 Conclusion; 6.11.1 Summary: the model of syntax; 6.11.2 What to remember
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on Jan. 7, 2014)
Subject Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax.
Generative grammar.
Related Names Koopman, Hilda Judith, author.
Stabler, Edward P., author.
Collection Title eBook collection (EBSCO).
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