Grammatical Relations: A Cross-Theoretical Perspectiveby Katarzyna Dziwirek, Patrick Farrell, Errapel Meijas-Bikandi
Pub. Date: 06/28/1991
Publisher: Center for the Study of Language and Inf
Addressing a variety of theoretical issues involving grammatical relations, many of these papers employ analytical devices from linguistic theories such as relational grammar, arc pair grammar, lexical functional grammar, government and binding theory, or head-driven phrase structure grammar.
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Table of ContentsPreface; 1. The morphological blocking principle and oblique pronominal incorporation in Hungarian Farrell Ackerman; 2. Wa and Ga in Turkish Chris Barker, Jorge Hankamer and John Moore; 3. Deep unaccusativity in LFG Joan Bresnan and Annie Zaenen; 4. A unified view of psych- verbs in Italian Diana Cresti; 5. Grammatical relations and verb forms in internally headed relative clauses Christopher Culy; 6. Javanese evidence for subject-to-object raising William D. Davies; 7. Light and semi-light verb constructions Anna Maria Di Sciullo and Sara Thomas Rosen; 8. Light verbs and predicate demotion in Japanese Stanley Dubinsky; 9. Default agreement in Polish Katarzyna Dziwirek; 10. VP-embedding control structures in Japanese Kazuhiko Fukushima; 11. Applicatives and preposition incorporation Andrew Garrett; 12. Relational visibility Donna B. Gerdts; 13. Subject-to-object raising in Korean Ki-Sun Hong; 14. Grammatical relations and coindexing in inverse systems Eloise Jelinek; 15. French causatives: another look at faire par Géraldine Legendre; 16. Clause union and case marketing in Basque Errapel Mejías-Bikandi; 17. Nouns as auxiliated predicates Ignazio M. Mirto; 18. A lexical semantic explanation for unaccusative mismatches William McClure; 19. Spanish clause reduction with downstairs cvilization John Moore; 20. Light verbs in Telugu: a clause union analysis Rosanne Peletier; 21. Subject incorporation: evidence from Chukchee Maria S. Polinsky; 22. Some unexpected English restrictions Paul M. Postal; 23. Object agreement in the impersonal -se passive construction in European Portuguese Eduardo Raposo and Juan Uriagereka; 24. Ojibwa secondary objects Richard A. Rhodes; 25. Italian evidence for multi-predicate clauses Carol Rosen; 26. Is there subject-to-object raising in Japanese? Peter Sells; 27. The effect of non-surface grammatical relations on the genitive absolute in Koine Greek Lindsay Whaley.
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