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The Resource Checking Theory and Grammatical Functions in Universal Grammar

Checking Theory and Grammatical Functions in Universal Grammar

Label
Checking Theory and Grammatical Functions in Universal Grammar
Title
Checking Theory and Grammatical Functions in Universal Grammar
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Ura demonstrates that his theory of multiple feature-checking, an extension of Chomsky's Agr-less checking theory, gives a natural explanation for a wide range of data drawn from a variety of languages in a very consistent way with a limited set of parameters
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Ura, Hiroyuki
Dewey number
415
Index
index present
LC call number
P158.U7 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Generative grammar
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Generative grammar
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
Label
Checking Theory and Grammatical Functions in Universal Grammar
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Appendix B: DSCs (QSCs) in Other Languages
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-309) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Grammatical Function Splitting; 1.1.1. Grammatical Functions and Grammatical Relations; 1.1.2. Grammatical Function Splitting Phenomena; 1.2. A Minimalist Theory of Grammatical Functions; 1.2.1. Grammatical Relations/Functions in the PP-approach; 1.2.2. A Theory of GFs in the Minimalist Framework; 1.3. Theory of Multiple Feature Checking; 1.3.1. Minimalist Assumptions; 1.3.2. Theory of Multiple Feature Checking; 1.3.3. Multiple Feature Checking and GF-Splitting Phenomena; 1.4. Preview of Major Proposals
  • 1.4.1. Strong Features and Violability of Procrastinate1.4.2. Syntactic Mapping of Argument Structure; 1.4.3. What is SUBJ/OBJ?; 1.4.4. Multiple Specs, Equidistance, and DP-Movement over DP; 1.4.5. Optionality; 1.4.6. Feature Checking as a Syntactic Operation; 1.4.7. Some Parameters; 1.4.8. Definition of [┬▒Construable]-Features; 1.5. Organization; 2. Active/Inverse Voice Alternation; 2.1. Bantu Inverse Voice; 2.1.1. Basic Properties of Bantu Inverse System; 2.1.2. Mechanism of the Active/Inverse Alternation in Bantu; 2.1.3. Deriving the Parametric Differences
  • 2.1.4. Summary: Bantu Inverse Voice2.2. Apachean Inverse Voice; 2.2.1. Basic Properties of Apachean Inverse System; 2.2.2. Mechanism of the Active/Inverse Alternation in Apachean; 2.2.3. Animacy Hierarchy and the Deletion of Infl's EPP-feature; 2.2.4. Subjecthood of SUBJ in Navajo Inverse Voice; 2.3. Summary; Appendix A: English Quotative Inversion; Appendix B: Inversion and Local Economy; 3. Anti-Impersonal Passives; 3.1. Anti-Impersonal Passive in Lango; 3.1.1. Basic Properties of ""Long Object Shift"" in Lango; 3.1.2. Wither Does OBJ Go by LOS?
  • 3.1.3. Derivation of Anti-Impersonal Passive in Lango3.1.4. Grammatical Function Splitting by LOS; 3.1.5. Summary for Lango Anti-Impersonal Passive; 3.2. Anti-Impersonal Passive in Imbabura Quechua; 3.2.1. Basic Properties of Imbabura Quechua Passive; 3.2.2. Grammatical Function Splitting; 3.2.3. Explanation; 3.2.4. Parametric Variations; 3.2.5. Summary for Imbabura Quechua Anti-Impersonal Passive; 3.3. Summary; Appendix: A Very Short Note on Impersonal Passives; 4. Dative Subject Constructions; 4.1. Japanese (and Korean); 4.1.1. Basic Facts; 4.1.2. Proposals; 4.1.3. Analysis
  • 4.1.4. Explanation4.1.5. Supporting Evidence; 4.1.6. Summary and Problems; 4.2. Tamil; 4.2.1. DAT-ACC Pattern; 4.2.2. DAT-NOM Pattern; 4.2.3. Analysis; 4.2.4. Evidence for the Difference between Dat-Acc and Dat-Nom; 4.2.5. Summary and Dative Subjects in Kannada; 4.3. Icelandic; 4.3.1. Data; 4.3.2. Analysis; 4.3.3. Passive and Dative Subjects in Germanic; 4.3.4. Experiencer and Inversion in Dutch; 4.4. Theoretical Implications of DOC; 4.4.1. Inversion in Germanic and Local Economy; 4.4.2. Icelandic and Bantu Inverse; 4.5. Summary; Appendix A: Old English and Historical Change
Control code
936850218
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (337 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780195353402
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)936850218
Label
Checking Theory and Grammatical Functions in Universal Grammar
Publication
Note
Appendix B: DSCs (QSCs) in Other Languages
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-309) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Grammatical Function Splitting; 1.1.1. Grammatical Functions and Grammatical Relations; 1.1.2. Grammatical Function Splitting Phenomena; 1.2. A Minimalist Theory of Grammatical Functions; 1.2.1. Grammatical Relations/Functions in the PP-approach; 1.2.2. A Theory of GFs in the Minimalist Framework; 1.3. Theory of Multiple Feature Checking; 1.3.1. Minimalist Assumptions; 1.3.2. Theory of Multiple Feature Checking; 1.3.3. Multiple Feature Checking and GF-Splitting Phenomena; 1.4. Preview of Major Proposals
  • 1.4.1. Strong Features and Violability of Procrastinate1.4.2. Syntactic Mapping of Argument Structure; 1.4.3. What is SUBJ/OBJ?; 1.4.4. Multiple Specs, Equidistance, and DP-Movement over DP; 1.4.5. Optionality; 1.4.6. Feature Checking as a Syntactic Operation; 1.4.7. Some Parameters; 1.4.8. Definition of [┬▒Construable]-Features; 1.5. Organization; 2. Active/Inverse Voice Alternation; 2.1. Bantu Inverse Voice; 2.1.1. Basic Properties of Bantu Inverse System; 2.1.2. Mechanism of the Active/Inverse Alternation in Bantu; 2.1.3. Deriving the Parametric Differences
  • 2.1.4. Summary: Bantu Inverse Voice2.2. Apachean Inverse Voice; 2.2.1. Basic Properties of Apachean Inverse System; 2.2.2. Mechanism of the Active/Inverse Alternation in Apachean; 2.2.3. Animacy Hierarchy and the Deletion of Infl's EPP-feature; 2.2.4. Subjecthood of SUBJ in Navajo Inverse Voice; 2.3. Summary; Appendix A: English Quotative Inversion; Appendix B: Inversion and Local Economy; 3. Anti-Impersonal Passives; 3.1. Anti-Impersonal Passive in Lango; 3.1.1. Basic Properties of ""Long Object Shift"" in Lango; 3.1.2. Wither Does OBJ Go by LOS?
  • 3.1.3. Derivation of Anti-Impersonal Passive in Lango3.1.4. Grammatical Function Splitting by LOS; 3.1.5. Summary for Lango Anti-Impersonal Passive; 3.2. Anti-Impersonal Passive in Imbabura Quechua; 3.2.1. Basic Properties of Imbabura Quechua Passive; 3.2.2. Grammatical Function Splitting; 3.2.3. Explanation; 3.2.4. Parametric Variations; 3.2.5. Summary for Imbabura Quechua Anti-Impersonal Passive; 3.3. Summary; Appendix: A Very Short Note on Impersonal Passives; 4. Dative Subject Constructions; 4.1. Japanese (and Korean); 4.1.1. Basic Facts; 4.1.2. Proposals; 4.1.3. Analysis
  • 4.1.4. Explanation4.1.5. Supporting Evidence; 4.1.6. Summary and Problems; 4.2. Tamil; 4.2.1. DAT-ACC Pattern; 4.2.2. DAT-NOM Pattern; 4.2.3. Analysis; 4.2.4. Evidence for the Difference between Dat-Acc and Dat-Nom; 4.2.5. Summary and Dative Subjects in Kannada; 4.3. Icelandic; 4.3.1. Data; 4.3.2. Analysis; 4.3.3. Passive and Dative Subjects in Germanic; 4.3.4. Experiencer and Inversion in Dutch; 4.4. Theoretical Implications of DOC; 4.4.1. Inversion in Germanic and Local Economy; 4.4.2. Icelandic and Bantu Inverse; 4.5. Summary; Appendix A: Old English and Historical Change
Control code
936850218
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (337 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780195353402
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)936850218

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