Fb2 Theory of Projection in Syntax (Japanese Linguistics) ePub
by Naoki Fukui
|Publisher:||Center for the Study of Language and Inf; 73 edition (June 1, 1995)|
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A theory of category projection and its applications. Theory of projection in syntax. CSLI Publications, 1995. N Fukui, T Nishigauchi. Journal of Japanese Linguistics 14 (1), 1-36, 1992. Theoretical comparative syntax: Studies in macroparameters.
A theory of category projection and its applications. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1986. Specifiers and projection. MIT working papers in linguistics 8 (128), 72, 1986. The eters approach: a comparative syntax of English and Japanese.
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Japanese Linguistics. By (author) Naoki Fukui Other books in this series. By (author) Naoki Fukui. Free delivery worldwide. The book proposes a theory of phrase structure in which structures are built by a simple adjunction operation, and specifiers are solely characterised by agreement. Other books in this series.
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Syntax and Semantics 22: Structure and Case Marking in Japanese. Introduction: Situating usage-based (Japanese) linguistics.
This book is definitely best suited to people who have had an intro to linguistics already, although such a.
This book is definitely best suited to people who have had an intro to linguistics already, although such a primer isnt really necessary because the author defines and discusses all terms and concepts before she uses them as tools of analysis. Though the book is not well structured theory-wise, it provides a practical overview of the various fields involved in Japanese Linguistics, particularly Syntax, which takes up a third of the book's thickness. I recommend the book as a comprehensive guide for beginners in this field.
Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (known in linguistic circles simply as Aspects) is a book on linguistics written by American linguist Noam Chomsky, first published in 1965. In Aspects, Chomsky presented a deeper, more extensive reformulation of transformational generative grammar (TGG), a new kind of syntactic theory that he had introduced in the 1950s with the publication of his first book, Syntactic Structures.
Naoki Fukui, Sophia University, Tokyo. Published in 1995 with revisions as Theory of Projection in Syntax, Kurosio Publishers and CSLI publications. A must-read for anyone wishing to keep abreast of the latest developments in the art of doing theoretical syntax. James Huang, Harvard University. 1988 Deriving the differences between English and Japanese: A case study in parametric syntax. English Linguistics 5: 249–270. 1993 Parameters and optionality.