Morphology and its Interfaces in Second Language Knowledge

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This volume treats the connection between syntax and morphology with a focus on L2 acquisition. This interface has been a matter of considerable interest in theoretical circles ever since Chomsky (1994) and others argued that morphological parameters form the primary locus of cross-linguistic variation. As might be expected, generative theorists working in the area of language acquisition have responded to this argument with various analyses. L2 research is no exception: A variety of researchers have begun serious explorations on the ways in which morphology may (or may not) trigger variation not only in syntax, but also in argument structure. The volume thus brings together a concentrated research effort on the topic from an L2 perspective. The volume starts off with a comprehensive introduction to the various sub-topics and ends with an extensive index.
[Language Acquisition and Language Disorders, 19]  1998.  x, 387 pp.
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Table of Contents
Abbreviations
vii
Contributors
ix
Morphology and its Interfaces in second-Language Knowledge: Introduction
Maria-Luise Beck
1
Some Notes on the Relationship between Inflectional Morphology and Parameter Setting in First and Second Language Acquisition
Rex A. Sprouse
41
V-to-I and Inflection in Non-Native Grammars
Lynn Eubank and Sabine Thepaut Grace
69
Morphosyntactic Triggers in Adult SLA
Anne Vainikka and Martha Young-Scholten
89
UG Access Without Parameter Setting: A longitudinal Study of (L1 Italian) German as a Second Language
Natascha Müller
115
Acquisition of English Reflexive Binding by Cantonese Learners: Testing the Positive Transfer Hypothesis
Virginia Yip and Gladys Tang
165
The Acquisition of the Morphosyntax of English Reflexives by Non-Native Speakers
Dawn MacLaughlin
195
L2 Acquisition of English Binding Domains
Terri L. Wells
227
Zero Morphology and the T/SM Restriction in the L2 Acquisition of Psych Verbs
Lydia White, Silvina Montrul, Makiko Hirakawa, Dongdong Chen, Joyce Bruhn de Garavito and Cynthia Brown
257
Parameter-resetting in Morphology: Evidence from Compounding
Donna Lardiere
283
On the Nature of the Relationship between Morphology and Syntax: Inflectional Typology, f-Features and Null/Overt Pronouns in Spanish Interlanguage
Juana M. Liceras and Lourdes Díaz
307
Representational Changes: From Listed Representations to Independent Representations of Verbal Affixes
Helmut Zobl
339
Index
373
Morphology and its interfaces in second language knowledge is an excellent book for anyone interested in generative morphosyntax, both for people working with adult language and for those working in L-2 acquisition.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  98044714