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A unified theory of verbal and nominal projections, Yoshiki Ogawa

Label
A unified theory of verbal and nominal projections
Title
A unified theory of verbal and nominal projections
Statement of responsibility
Yoshiki Ogawa
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Syntactically speaking, it has long been known that noun phrases are parallel to clauses in many respects. While most syntactic theories incorporate this principle, nouns have generally been regarded as inferior to verbs in terms of their licensing abilities, and nominal projections have been regarded as less complex than verbal projections in terms of the number of functional categories that they contain. This text, however, argues that clauses and noun phrases are perfectly parallel. This book provides a unified theory of clauses and noun phrases, ultimately helping to simplify numerous thor
Member of
Cataloging source
COO
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Ogawa, Yoshiki
Dewey number
415
Index
index present
LC call number
P151
LC item number
.O36 2001eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Oxford studies in comparative syntax
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  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Generative grammar
  • LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES
  • LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES
  • Generative grammar
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Generative Syntax
  • Kontrastive Linguistik
  • Generatieve grammatica
  • Grammaticale functie
  • Zinnen
  • Woordgroepen
Label
A unified theory of verbal and nominal projections, Yoshiki Ogawa
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Rev. and extended version of 2nd and 4th chapters of the author's thesis (Tohoku University--1997)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 302-316) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter One: Introduction and Theoretical Assumptions -- 1.1 The Issues -- 1.2 The Minimalist Framework -- 1.2.1 The Computational Component -- 1.2.2 Phrase Structure Theory -- 1.2.3 <U+006b> -theory -- 1.2.4 Movement and Checking Theory -- 1.2.5 Word Order and the LCA -- 1.3 Outline of the Book -- 1.4 The Limits of Unification -- Chapter Two: Verb Raising and Null Complementizers -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Null Complementizers as Null Affixes -- 2.2.1 A Condition on Null Affixes -- 2.2.2 Null Complementizers as Null Affixes -- 2.2.3 Some Notes on Overt Complementizers
  • 2.3 Null Complementizers in Finite Clausal Complements -- 2.3.1 Overt Verb Raising and Null Complementizers -- 2.3.2 Tell-class Verbs and Suggest-class Verbs -- 2.4 Further Cross-linguistic Data -- 2.4.1 Chinese -- 2.4.2 Romance Languages -- 2.4.3 Germanic Languages -- 2.4.4 Japanese -- 2.4.5 Celtic Languages -- 2.4.6 Arabic Languages -- 2.4.7 Modern Greek: A Balkan Language -- 2.4.8 Hungarian: A Finno-Ugric Language -- 2.4.9 Edo: A Nigerian Language -- 2.4.10 A Summary -- 2.5 Null Cs in the Complement of Derived Nominals: A Sketch -- 2.6 Null Cs in ECM and Control Complements
  • 2.7 Wh-Movement and Null Cs -- 2.7.1 Null Cs in Interrogative Clauses -- 2.7.2 Null Cs in the Complement of Tough Adjectives -- 2.7.3 Wh-Movement through [Spec, C] and Null Cs -- 2.7.4 Interrogative Clauses in Complement Positions -- 2.7.5 Deriving Cheng's (1991) Generalization -- 2.7.6 Null Cs in the Root Clauses -- 2.7.7 Null Cs in Relative Clauses -- 2.7.8 A Summary -- 2.8 Null Complementizers in Raising Complements -- 2.8.1 The CP-Status of Raising Complements -- 2.8.2 NP-movement through [Spec, C] -- 2.8.3 The Complement of Allege-class Verbs -- 2.9 Some Loose Ends
  • 2.9.1 Placement of Modifiers -- 2.9.2 No Null Cs in Factive Complements -- 2.9.3 Null Cs in Subjunctive Complements -- 2.9.4 Some Comments on the ""IP Hypothesis"" of That-less Clauses -- 2.10 Conclusion -- Chapter Three: Derived Nominals and Their Satellites -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Null Cs in the Complement of Nominals -- 3.2.1 Null Cs in the Complement of Derived Nominals -- 3.2.2 CPs in Apposition to Nonderived Nominals and Their LF Movement -- 3.3 N Is a Structural Case Marker -- 3.4 Syntactic Nominalization: Evidence from Various Causative Constructions
  • 3.4.1 Backward Binding in Clauses and Lack of Causative Nominals -- 3.4.2 The Double Object Construction and Lack of Ditransitive Nominals -- 3.4.3 Causative/Inchoative Alternation -- 3.4.4 Speech Act Verbs -- 3.4.5 A Summary -- 3.5 Nz Is the Nominal Counterpart of the Light Verb -- 3.5.1 Be and Have Cannot Be Nominalized -- 3.5.2 Neither the Light Verb nor the Nominalizer Can Select PP -- 3.5.3 Morphological Realizations of Verbalizers and Nominalizers -- 3.6 Verbs, Derived Nominals, and Nonderived Nominals -- 3.6.1 Diagnostics for Distinguishing Three Types of Derived Nominals
Control code
191935617
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 323 pages).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781429401395
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)191935617
Label
A unified theory of verbal and nominal projections, Yoshiki Ogawa
Publication
Note
Rev. and extended version of 2nd and 4th chapters of the author's thesis (Tohoku University--1997)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 302-316) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter One: Introduction and Theoretical Assumptions -- 1.1 The Issues -- 1.2 The Minimalist Framework -- 1.2.1 The Computational Component -- 1.2.2 Phrase Structure Theory -- 1.2.3 <U+006b> -theory -- 1.2.4 Movement and Checking Theory -- 1.2.5 Word Order and the LCA -- 1.3 Outline of the Book -- 1.4 The Limits of Unification -- Chapter Two: Verb Raising and Null Complementizers -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Null Complementizers as Null Affixes -- 2.2.1 A Condition on Null Affixes -- 2.2.2 Null Complementizers as Null Affixes -- 2.2.3 Some Notes on Overt Complementizers
  • 2.3 Null Complementizers in Finite Clausal Complements -- 2.3.1 Overt Verb Raising and Null Complementizers -- 2.3.2 Tell-class Verbs and Suggest-class Verbs -- 2.4 Further Cross-linguistic Data -- 2.4.1 Chinese -- 2.4.2 Romance Languages -- 2.4.3 Germanic Languages -- 2.4.4 Japanese -- 2.4.5 Celtic Languages -- 2.4.6 Arabic Languages -- 2.4.7 Modern Greek: A Balkan Language -- 2.4.8 Hungarian: A Finno-Ugric Language -- 2.4.9 Edo: A Nigerian Language -- 2.4.10 A Summary -- 2.5 Null Cs in the Complement of Derived Nominals: A Sketch -- 2.6 Null Cs in ECM and Control Complements
  • 2.7 Wh-Movement and Null Cs -- 2.7.1 Null Cs in Interrogative Clauses -- 2.7.2 Null Cs in the Complement of Tough Adjectives -- 2.7.3 Wh-Movement through [Spec, C] and Null Cs -- 2.7.4 Interrogative Clauses in Complement Positions -- 2.7.5 Deriving Cheng's (1991) Generalization -- 2.7.6 Null Cs in the Root Clauses -- 2.7.7 Null Cs in Relative Clauses -- 2.7.8 A Summary -- 2.8 Null Complementizers in Raising Complements -- 2.8.1 The CP-Status of Raising Complements -- 2.8.2 NP-movement through [Spec, C] -- 2.8.3 The Complement of Allege-class Verbs -- 2.9 Some Loose Ends
  • 2.9.1 Placement of Modifiers -- 2.9.2 No Null Cs in Factive Complements -- 2.9.3 Null Cs in Subjunctive Complements -- 2.9.4 Some Comments on the ""IP Hypothesis"" of That-less Clauses -- 2.10 Conclusion -- Chapter Three: Derived Nominals and Their Satellites -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Null Cs in the Complement of Nominals -- 3.2.1 Null Cs in the Complement of Derived Nominals -- 3.2.2 CPs in Apposition to Nonderived Nominals and Their LF Movement -- 3.3 N Is a Structural Case Marker -- 3.4 Syntactic Nominalization: Evidence from Various Causative Constructions
  • 3.4.1 Backward Binding in Clauses and Lack of Causative Nominals -- 3.4.2 The Double Object Construction and Lack of Ditransitive Nominals -- 3.4.3 Causative/Inchoative Alternation -- 3.4.4 Speech Act Verbs -- 3.4.5 A Summary -- 3.5 Nz Is the Nominal Counterpart of the Light Verb -- 3.5.1 Be and Have Cannot Be Nominalized -- 3.5.2 Neither the Light Verb nor the Nominalizer Can Select PP -- 3.5.3 Morphological Realizations of Verbalizers and Nominalizers -- 3.6 Verbs, Derived Nominals, and Nonderived Nominals -- 3.6.1 Diagnostics for Distinguishing Three Types of Derived Nominals
Control code
191935617
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xi, 323 pages).
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781429401395
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)191935617

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