By Theresa Biberauer
The nonetheless principally mysterious query of ways hierarchical linguistic buildings are switched over into sequentially ordered linear strings is the difficult challenge on the center of this quantity. the 10 contributions technique it from a number of angles, contemplating either particular empirical demanding situations in spoken and signed languages, and broader architectural and typological questions. This quantity could be of curiosity to complicated scholars and researchers with pursuits within the externalisation of linguistic constitution, the structure of the language college and linguistic typology.
Read or Download Challenges to Linearization PDF
Best publishing & books books
Covers budgeting, copyrighting, and marketingKnow the professionals and cons of self-publishing and get your paintings in printThinking approximately self-publishing your ebook? This no-nonsense advisor walks you thru the total technique of going it by myself, from getting ready your manuscript and developing definitely the right identify to promoting the ultimate product.
Based through Allen Lane in 1935, Penguin Books quickly turned the main learn writer within the uk and used to be synonymous with the British paperback. Making top of the range examining cost effectively to be had to thousands, Penguin helped democratise examining. In so doing, Penguin performed a big a part of the cultural and highbrow lifetime of the English conversing international.
- How to Publish, Promote, and Sell Your Own Book
- William Randolph Hearst: The Early Years, 1863-1910
- The Writers Directory 2008 (Writer's Directory)
- The Creative Compass: Writing Your Way from Inspiration to Publication
- Reference Guide to Short Fiction
- The Art and Craft of Poetry
Extra resources for Challenges to Linearization
In Samuel D. ), Working minimalism, 250–282. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. ), 2007. Simultaneity in signed languages: form and function. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Vikner, Sten. 1995. Verb movement and expletive subjects in the Germanic languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Vikner, Sten. 2001. Verb movement variation in Germanic and optimality theory. Tübingen: University of Tübingen Habilitationschrift (Habilitation thesis). Vries, Mark de. 2009. On multidominance and linearization. Biolinguistics 3(4): 344–403.
Koopman, Hilda. 1984. The syntax of verbs: from verb movement rules in the Kru languages to universal grammar. Dordrecht: Foris. Lashley, Karl. 1951. The problem of serial order in behavior. ), Cerebral mechanisms in behavior, 112–131. New York: Wiley. Legate, Julie. 2012. The size of phases. ), Phases: developing the framework, 233–250. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Lidz, Jeffrey. 2001. Echo reduplication in Kannada and the theory of word formation. The Linguistic Review 18: 375–394. Lidz, Jeffrey.
Clause structure in South Asian languages, 93–130. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Lidz, Jeffrey, & Alexander Williams. 2006. On the absence of reflexive benefactives in Kannada. Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics, 237–254. Lightfoot, David. 1979. Principles of diachronic syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Marvin, Tatjana. 2002. Topics in the stress and syntax of words. D. dissertation. Cambridge, MA: Massachesetts Institute of Technology. McCawley, James. 1982. Parentheticals and discontinuous constituent structure.