Approaches to Hungarian

Volume 12: Papers from the 2009 Debrecen Conference

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| University of Debrecen
| University of Iowa
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This volume contains eight papers, all presented at the 9th International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian (University of Debrecen, 2009), addressing a great variety of topics in the syntax, morphology, phonology, and semantics of Hungarian, and also offering discussion of related phenomena in other languages. The volume includes a syntax-based analysis of Hungarian external causatives in the framework of the Minimalist Program (MP); argumentation for the lack of phonological or acoustic evidence for secondary stress in Hungarian; an MP approach to a Hungarian modal construction with a counterfactual, reproaching reading; empirical arguments for assuming that in the case of embedded sentences factivity is irrelevant for syntax, and clauses are differentiated by referentiality; a comprehensive semantic account of result states in Hungarian; a claim that certain paradigmatic/morphophonological variation in the Hungarian verbal paradigm is caused by conflicting paradigmatic pressures; a purely interface-based MP account of the syntax of identificational focus in Hungarian; and an analysis of arbitrarily interpreted null subjects in Hungarian with third person, plural agreement on the finite and infinitival verb. The volume will be of interest not just to scholars working on Hungarian, but to a general audience of generative linguists.
[Approaches to Hungarian, 12]  2011.  x, 242 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
vii–x
Hungarian external causatives: Monoclausal but bi-eventive
Huba Bartos
1–38
(The non-existence of) secondary stress in Hungarian
Sylvia Blaho and Dániel Szeredi
39–62
The syntax-prosody interface and sentential complementation in Hungarian
Shinichiro Ishihara and Barbara Ürögdi
63–84
On a type of counterfactual construction
Katalin É. Kiss
85–108
Result states in Hungarian
Christopher Piñón
109–134
Paradigmatic variation in Hungarian
Péter Rebrus and Miklós Törkenczy
135–162
An interface account of identificational focus movement
Balázs Surányi
163–208
Non-referential readings of null subjects in Hungarian
Ildikó Tóth
209–238
Name index
239–240
Term index
241–242
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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