Universal Grammar and Second Language Acquisition

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This book explores the relationship between linguistic universals and second language acquisition. Although no knowledge of generative grammar is presupposed, the theoretical framework underlying the work is the principles and parameters approach to Universal Grammar (UG), as realized in Chomsky's Government and Binding theory.
In recent research, the question has arisen as to whether the principles and parameters of UG remain available in language acquisition that is non-primary. Within second language acquisition theorizing, hypotheses have ranged from UG playing no role at all to UG operating exactly as in primary language acquisition. In this work the theoretical arguments and data from the whole spectrum are reviewed.
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders, 1]  1989.  xii, 198 pp.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: outlines arguments for UG in L1 acquisition and presents a brief overview of GB theory.
1–33
Chapter 2: advocates the extension of these arguments to L2 acquisition.
35–55
Chapter 3: reviews research on the principles of UG in L2 acquisition.
57–78
Chapter 4: reviews the role of parameters of UG in L2 acquisition.
79–116
Chapter 5: considers the effects of markedness (as defined within the UG perspective).
117–139
Chapter 6: examines the relevance of learnability theories for L2 acquisition.
141–171
Chapter 7: discusses the implications of cognitive modularity.
173–184
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