A Criterial Approach to the Cartography of V2

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This volume provides a mechanism to uncover the extremely rich split-CP of V2 languages, in both root and embedded clauses, on the basis of theoretical arguments and empirical findings. The movement of the inflected verbal head is triggered to agree with the profiled informational value of the fronted XP. The V2 “constraint” shall thus be observed as a sum of micro-V2s, in which the inflected head creates Spec-Head configurations with the activated criterial positions in the relevant context. The “second linear” position of the verb results from the movement of the inflected verb to the highest activated criterial head. In other words, there is no “bottleneck effect”, but ordinary violations in terms of locality between fronted XPs. This monograph is aimed principally at postgraduate students and researchers interested in the description of natural languages adopting the guidelines of the Cartography of Syntactic Structures.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 257]  2019.  xi, 215 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Cartography and V2 languages
Chapter 2. A Criterial approach to V2 and its predictive power
Chapter 3. Micro-parametric variation in creating Spec-Head configurations: V3 orders involving temporal and locative items
Chapter 4. Micro-parametric variation in creating Spec-Head configurations: A qualitative analysis of V3 involving internally merged items
Chapter 5. Higher than ForceP: V3 Orders in multiple-clause structures
Chapter 6. Criterial V2 and microvariation in embedded contexts
Chapter 7. Recap and conclusions: A criterial model to V2
Language index
Name index
Subject index


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