Syntactic Phrase Structure Phenomena in Noun Phrases and Sentences

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The main topic of this volume is the phrase structural analysis of noun phrases and sentences. This analysis is based on recent ideas within the Government and Binding framework and makes crucial use of such modules as Theta assignment, Binding Theory, Case assignment, as well as different definitions of the notion Barrier. The ten papers deal with certain aspects of English and German noun phrases.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 6]  1989.  ix, 187 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii–ix
Coherent Infinitives in German: Restructuring vs. IP-Complementation
Gisbert Fanselow
1–16
Parallels in the Syntactic Realization of the Arguments of Verbs and Their Nominalizations
Christa Bhatt
17–37
AGR(eement) in the German Noun Phrase
Susan Olsen
39–49
Subjacency Effects Without Movement: The Case of Pronominal Adverbs in Dutch
Maarten Klein
51–64
Theta-Marking, Barriers and Verb-Second in German
Norbert Ruffer
65–77
Verbal Substantives in German
Werner Abraham
79–98
Morphological Case and Abstract Case: Evidence from the German Genitive Construction
Stefanie Schachtl
99–112
Finite Infinitives in Modern Greek
Sascha Felix
113–132
Q as a Functional Category
Elisabeth Löbel
133–158
A Note on Split Topicalization in German
Hans Thilo Tappe
159–179
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  89018430 | Marc record