Word structure in generative grammar
John T. Jensen | University of Ottawa
A self-contained and lively text prepared in response to a perceived need for an up-to-date introduction to the field of morphology within the framework of generative grammar. The material is presented in the framework of the lexicalist hypothesis of Chomsky (1970), but also taking in the more recent development of lexicalist phonology and morphology in the works of Paul Kiparsky and others. Other approaches are recognized, but the use of one unified, consistent theory pushed to its limit makes for a better student text. Each chapter includes a list of terms, of further reading, and a number of exercises. The volume is completed by an index.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 70] 1990. x, 210 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
1. Introduction | pp. 2–18
2. Morphemes | pp. 20–43
3. Morphological Features | pp. 44–63
4. Morphological Processes | pp. 64–80
5. Lexical Morphology and Phonology | pp. 82–99
6. Compounds | pp. 100–115
7. Inflections and Paradigms | pp. 116–132
8. An Inflectional System in Detail: The Latin Verb | pp. 134–156
9. Morphophonemics | pp. 158–196
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