Linear Order and Generative Theory

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The term ‘word order studies’ designates an area of syntax which has become an increasingly central theme in linguistic research. Since, in at least a narrow sense, syntax is the study of how meaningful elements are put together to form sentences, a preoccupation with word order would seem inherent in any syntactic study. However, the focus implied by ‘word order studies’ is anything but trivial, going as it does to the heart of two vital areas of linguistic theory: language universals, and the form of linguistic models. The present collection of papers offers the reader an opportunity to examine some of the more recent ideas in this broad area, concentrating on some of the more controversial issues within the generative-transformational model.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 7]  1979.  ix, 512 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editor’s preface
vii–ix
Word order and grammatical theory
Nigel Vincent
1–22
Is deep structure linear?
Grover Hudson
23–69
Constraints on constituent ordering
Gerald A. Sanders
71–98
Constraining grammars through proper generalization: multiple order grammar
Thomas H. Peterson
99–163
Multiple order grammar and the movement of NP
Thomas H. Peterson
165–186
If linear order isn’t in the base, then wher is it?: The role of focus in word order
Paul Werth
187–251
Accounting for yiddish word order or what’s a Nice NP like you doing in a place like this?
Beatrice L. Hall
253–287
Problems in the description of german word order
Martin D. Pam
289–315
Deutsche wortstellung und montaque grammatik
Arnim von Stechow
317–490
Index
491–499
References
500–512
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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