6 edition of Syntactic heads and word formation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 358-399) and indexes.
|Series||Oxford studies in comparative syntax|
|LC Classifications||P281 .J85 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 407 p. :|
|Number of Pages||407|
|ISBN 10||0195149505, 0195149513|
|LC Control Number||2001050092|
This important monograph offers a resolution to the debate in theoretical linguisticsover the role of syntactic head movement in word formation. It does so by synthesizing the syntacticand lexicalist approaches on the basis of the empirical data that support each side. Word-formation Can we extend this method of afﬁxation to a polysynthetic language like Inuktitut? To do so, we need to establish that Inuktitut morphemes are syntactic heads.
Word formation - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary. Deconstructing Morphology: Word Formation in Syntactic Theory by Rochelle Lieber University of Chicago Press, Cloth: | Paper: Library of Congress Classification PL53
Examples and Observations "In the literature on Present-day English (PE) word formation, compound nouns of the form [Noun + Verb-ing] (e.g., city-planning, housekeeping, letter writing) and compound nouns of the form [Noun + Verb -er] (e.g., dishwasher, taxi driver, watchmaker) are often called 'synthetic compound nouns.'The possible grammatical relation between the first Noun . Word formation • The traditional syntactic head-adjunction view of head movement (as in ()) predicts a correlation between word formation and raising (the “size-height correlation”). • If a head has undergone head movement, it should grow morphologically; if a head is.
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Syntactic heads and word formation Marit Julien She surveys languages and shows that, with the exception of agreement markers, the positioning of verbal inflectional markers relative to verb stems is compatible with a syntactic approach to morphology.
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Syntactic. Get this from a library. Syntactic heads and word formation. [Marit Julien] -- Marit Julien investigates the relation between morphology and syntax, or more specifically, the relation between the form of inflected verbs and the position of those verbs.
She surveys languages. Head Movement and Complex Heads Head-Final Languages Prefixes Distribution of Verbal Markers On the Morphology Module --Conclusion: The Nature of Words --App. Survey of Word Order and Verb Morphology. Series Title: Oxford studies in comparative syntax.
Responsibility: Marit Julien. More information: Publisher description. Syntactic Heads and Word Formation (review) Syntactic Heads and Word Formation (review) Panagiotidis, Phoevos.
BOOK NOTICES Framed by an introductory chapter (Ch. 1) and a conclusion (Ch. 6), Chs. 2 and 3 offer J's new framework for the study of Japanese modality, while the other two chapters deal with Japanese aspect (Ch.
4) and conditionals (Ch. 5). Syntactic heads and word formation. Marit Julien, Syntactic heads and word formation (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax).
Oxford: Oxford University Press, Pp. viii+ - Volume 40 Issue 2 - ANDREW SPENCER. grammar in which word syntax and phrasal syntax (which will be referred to as morphology and syntax respectively) are two distinct modules within a bigger syntactic module (cf.
Jackendoff,Ackema & Neeleman ), as well as evidence for the generation of compounds within word syntax/morphology. tactic word formation of the type discussed here, where the particle must be able to incorporate after the point in the derivation where V2 could have taken place.
I have provided a syntactic account for Williams’ observations concern-ing re- which relies neither on head movement nor phrasal movement for word formation.
Head Theory and Principles of Construction Development of the Theories of Phrase Structure and Word Structure Revised Principles of X-bar Theory Tagalog Phrase and Word Structure English Phrase and Word Structure Comparison: English, French, Dutch French Dutch Conclusions 3.
Feature Percolation and. explain by N-D movement suggesting that the word formation process that merges the determiner with the head of the NP is syntactic incorporation, i.e. the noun moves to the head of the DP and incorporates with the determiner (Benmamoun (, b), Fassi-Fehri (,), Mohammad (), Ouhalla ()).
Pauses and Infixes. In the book, "Word: A Cross-Linguistic Typology," R.M.W. Dixon and Alexandra Y. Aikhenuald say that "Pausing appears in most cases (although perhaps not in all) to be related not to the grammatical word but to the phonological English, for instance, there are just a few examples of two grammatical words making up one phonological word, e.g.
don't, won't, he'll. The nature of word-formation rules The problem: word-based versus morpheme-based morphology Morpheme-based morphology Word-based morphology Synthesis Further reading Exercises Answer key to exercises References Subject index Afﬁx index Author index Marit Julien, Syntactic heads and word formation (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax).
Oxford: Oxford University Press, PP. viii + Reviewed by ANDREW SPENCER, University of Essex In this book, a revised Tromso Ph.D. dissertation, Julien argues from a massive typological survey that the linearization of Tense-Mood.
The book draws on a wide range of sources, and general points are illustrated from a variety of languages. As the title suggests, though, the exposition is principally illustrated with material drawn from English, including close analysis of a number of sets of neologisms.
A survey of the types of word-formation found in English is also included. xiv 4. final remarks peter hohenhaus: lexicalizati ion and institutionalization titutionalization 1.
introduction 2. lexicalization 2. 1 lexicalization in a diachronic sense 2. 2 lexicalization in a synchronic sense: listing/listedness 2. 3 the lexicon and theoriesof word-formation 3. institutionalization 3. 1 terminology 3.
2 ideal and real speakers and the. Introduction 2. Some basic concepts 3. Lexicalization 4. Productivity 5. Phonological issues in word-formation 6. Syntactic and semantic issues in word-formation 7. An outline of English word.
She received her Ph.D. in general linguistics at the University of Tromsø, Norway, in Her dissertation, entitled Syntactic Heads and Word Formation, was published by Oxford University Press in Other books by Marit Julien are Syntactic Word Formation in Northern Sámi () and Nominal Phrases from a Scandinavian Perspective ().
In linguistics, syntax (/ ˈ s ɪ n t æ k s /) is the set of rules, principles, and processes that govern the structure of sentences (sentence structure) in a given language, usually including word term syntax is also used to refer to the study of such principles and processes.
The goal of many syntacticians is to discover the syntactic rules common to all languages.English Word-Formation is a book by Laurie Bauer in which the author considers the relationship between word-formation and other areas of linguistics without trying to provide a fully-fledged theory of word-formation.
The book has been credited as the "first detailed study of Present-Day English word-formation". Content. The book is composed of nine chapters in which he discusses English.This important monograph offers a resolution to the debate in theoretical linguistics over the role of syntactic head movement in word formation.
It does so by synthesizing the syntactic and lexicalist approaches on the basis of the empirical data that support each side. In trying to determine how a morphologically complex word is formed in Universal Grammar, generative linguists have argued.