Morphology and its Relation to Phonology and Syntax

Morphology and its Relation to Phonology and Syntax

by Patrick Farrell
     
 

ISBN-10: 1575861135

ISBN-13: 9781575861135

Pub. Date: 06/01/1998

Publisher: Center for the Study of Language and Inf

Leading experts in the field have contributed to this volume which explores key issues in current morphology and the interactions of morphology with phonology and syntax. Included here are papers on compounding, argument structure, voice systems, agreement marking, movement of constituents in compounds and derived forms, haplology, affix realization, stem selection

Overview

Leading experts in the field have contributed to this volume which explores key issues in current morphology and the interactions of morphology with phonology and syntax. Included here are papers on compounding, argument structure, voice systems, agreement marking, movement of constituents in compounds and derived forms, haplology, affix realization, stem selection and allomorphy, levels in phonology- morphology interactions, and nonisomorphism across grammatical components. These topics are considered from a variety of theoretical perspectives, among them the theory of Lexical Conceptual Structure, the Principles and Parameters framework, Lexical Functional Grammar, Autolexical Syntax, Optimality Theory, Distributed Morphology, Paradigm-Based Realizational Morphology, and the theory of Cophonologies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781575861135
Publisher:
Center for the Study of Language and Inf
Publication date:
06/01/1998
Series:
Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes Series
Pages:
512
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

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Table of Contents

Introduction Steven G. Lapointe, Diane K. Brentari, Patrick M. Farrell; The suffix-ize in English: implications for morphology, Rochelle Lieber; Comments on the paper by Lieber Patrick M. Farrell; Discussion of the papers by Lieber and Farrell; Deriving passive without theta roles Hagit Borer; Comments on the paper by Borer Andrew Spencer; The function of voice markers in the Philippine languages Peter Sells; Comments on the paper by Sells Margaret Speas; Discussion of the papers by Sells and Speas; On the autonomy of compounding morphology Jerrold M. Sadock; Comments on the paper by Sadock Mark C. Baker; Discussion of the papers by Sadock and Baker; Identity avoidance in phonology and morphology Moira Yip; Comments on the paper by Yip Diane K. Brentari; Discussion of the papers by Yip and Brentari; Impoverishment theory and morphosyntactic markedness Rolf Noyer; Comments on the paper by Noyer Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy; Discussion of the papers by Noyer and Carstairs-McCarthy; Interfaces: explanation of allomorphy and the architecture of grammars David M. Perlmutter; Comments on the paper by Perlmutter Richard D. Janda; Level (non)ordering in recursive morphology: evidence from Turkish Sharon Inkelas and C. Orhan Orgun; Comments on the paper by Inkelas and Orgun Gregory Stump; Discussion of the papers by Inkelas/Orgun and Stump; Isomorphism and monotonicity: or the disease model of morphology Mark Aronoff; Some remarks on the morphology-syntax interface Steven G. Lapointe.

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