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Dynamic Antisymmetry and the Syntax of Noun Incorporation: Hardback: Springer: 9789400715691: 20 Jun 2011: Focusing on Northern Iroquoian languages that straddle the Canadian-American border, this insightful synthesis of the influential linguistic theories of Noam Chomsky and Richard Kayne shows how noun incorporation results from a symmetry-breaking operation. This innovative analysis of noun incorporation and related linguistic phenomena does more than just give readers an insightful exploration of its subject. The author re-evaluates and forges links between two influential theories of phrase structure: Chomsky s Bare Phrase Structure and Richard Kayne s Antisymmetry. The text details how the two linguistic paradigms interact to cause differing patterns of noun incorporation across world languages. With a solid empirical foundation in its close reading of Northern Iroquoian languages especially, Barrie argues that noun incorporation needs no special mechanism, but results from a symmetry-breaking operation. Drawing additional data from English, German, Persian, Tamil and the Polynesian language Niuean, this synthesis has major implications for our understanding of the formation of the verbal complex and the intra-position (roll-up) movement. It will be priority reading for students of phrase structure, as well as Iroquoian language scholars. Grammar, Syntax & Morphology, , , , Dynamic Antisymmetry and the Syntax of Noun Incorporation, Michael Barrie, 9789400715691, Springer, , , , ,

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This innovative analysis of noun incorporation and related linguistic phenomena does more than just give readers an insightful exploration of its subject. The author re-evaluatesand forges links betweentwo influential theories of phrase structure: Chomskys Bare Phrase Structure and Richard Kaynes Antisymmetry. The text details how the two linguistic paradigms interact to cause differing patterns of noun incorporation across world languages. With a solid empirical foundation in its close reading of Northern Iroquoian languages especially, Barrie argues that noun incorporation needs no special mechanism, but results from a symmetry-breaking operation. Drawing additional data from English, German, Persian, Tamil and the Polynesian language Niuean, this synthesis has major implications for our understanding of the formation of the verbal complex and the intra-position (roll-up) movement. It will be priority reading for students of phrase structure, as well as Iroquoian language scholars. Focusing on Northern Iroquoian languages that straddle the Canadian-American border, this insightful synthesis of the influential linguistic theories of Noam Chomsky and Richard Kayne shows how noun incorporation results from a symmetry-breaking operation. Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 20.06.2011, Springer, .201

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Dynamic Antisymmetry and the Syntax of Noun Incorporation
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Michael Barrie

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Dynamic Antisymmetry and the Syntax of Noun Incorporation

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9789400715691

This innovative analysis of noun incorporation and related linguistic phenomena does more than just give readers an insightful exploration of its subject. The author re-evaluates-and forges links between-two influential theories of phrase structure: Chomsky's Bare Phrase Structure and Richard Kayne's Antisymmetry. The text details how the two linguistic paradigms interact to cause differing patterns of noun incorporation across world languages. With a solid empirical foundation in its close reading of Northern Iroquoian languages especially, Barrie argues that noun incorporation needs no special mechanism, but results from a symmetry-breaking operation.   Drawing additional data from English, German, Persian, Tamil and the Polynesian language Niuean, this synthesis has major implications for our understanding of the formation of the verbal complex and the intra-position (roll-up) movement. It will be priority reading for students of phrase structure, as well as Iroquoian language scholars.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9789400715691
ISBN (ISBN-10): 9400715692
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Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: Springer-Verlag GmbH
250 Pages
Poids: 0,459 kg
Langue: Englisch

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