Morphology and its Interfaces

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| University of York
| University of Southampton
| University of York
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One of the most striking trends across linguistic research in recent years has been the examination of the interfaces between the various subcomponents of the language faculty. Yet, approaches to these interfaces across different theoretical frameworks differ substantially. This volume pulls together research into Morphology and its interfaces from researchers employing a variety of different theoretical and methodological perspectives: Morphology is a diverse field, and rather than aiming to collect works sharing a particular approach or framework of assumptions, this collection instead captures the diversity and provides an overview of the state of the research field while also addressing particular empirical phenomena with up-to-date analyses. The articles collected provide case studies from a diverse variety of languages revealing properties of the interfaces that morphology shares with syntax, semantics, phonology, and the lexicon, while the volume's inclusive cross-theoretical approach will serve to introduce readers to the findings of alternative frameworks and methodologies.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 178]  2011.  ix, 353 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors
vii–viii
Preface
ix–x
Introduction: Morphology and its interfaces
Alexandra Galani, Glyn Hicks and George Tsoulas
1–18
Part 1. Interfaces with syntax and phonology
Case conflict in Greek free relatives: Case in syntax and morphology
Vassilios Spyropoulos
21–56
There are no special clitics
Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero and John Payne
57–96
Inflectional morphology and syntax in correspondence: Evidence from European Portuguese
Ana R. Luís and Ryo Otoguro
97–136
At the boundary of morphology and syntax: Noun noun constructions in English
Melanie J. Bell
137–168
Part 2. Interfaces with semantics and the lexicon
The feature of tense at the interface of morphology and semantics
Anna Kibort
171–194

The aspectual properties of nominalization structures

Artemis Alexiadou
195–278
Determiner and Noun phrase coordination in modern Greek
Despina Kazana
221–238
The pre-conditions for suppletion
Kersti Börjars and Nigel Vincent
239–266
Archi morphology from a lexicographic perspective
Marina Chumakina
267–288
Part 3. Interfaces in psycholinguistics and language acquisition
Morphology and syntax dissociation in SLA: A study on clitic acquisition in Spanish
María J. Arche and Laura Domínguez
291–320
The role of morphology in grammatical gender assignment: A psycholinguistic study in Greek
Spyridoula Varlokosta
321–350
Index
351–353
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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