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(Re)labeling / Carlo Cecchetto & Caterina Donati.

By: Cecchetto, Carlo.
Contributor(s): Donati, Caterina.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LANG&LIT P 2015 657002Series: Linguistic inquiry monographs: 70.Publication: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT Press, 2015Description: xiii, 190 pages : ill.ISBN: 9780262527217 (paperback : alk. paper); 0262527219 (paperback : alk. paper); 9780262028721 (hardcover : alk. paper); 0262028727 (hardcover : alk. paper).Subject(s): Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax | Parallelism (Linguistics) | Generative grammar
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1. A Plea for Words -- 1.1.Introduction -- 1.2.No Morphology Module? -- 1.3.Words Have an Intrinsic Category -- 1.4. ǂt Conclusion -- Labels from X-Bar Theory to Phrase Structure Theory -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The X-Bar Schema -- 2.3. Bare Phrase Structure: Dealing with Inclusiveness -- 2.4. The Symmetry Problem -- 2.5. The Linearization Problem -- 2.6.Projection = Labels: Defending an Internal Definition -- 2.7. ǂt The Head Algorithm (or Words Are Special) -- 2.8. The Movement Algorithm -- 2.9. The Probing Algorithm -- 2.10. Conclusion -- 3. Relativization as a Case of Relabeling -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2. Free Relatives -- 3.3.Externally Headed Relatives -- 3.4. Reduced Relatives -- 3.5. Internally Headed Relatives: The Case of LIS -- 3.6. Conclusion --4.Successive-Cyclic Movement and Its Constraints: Cyclicity and Islands -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Can Merge Be Free? -- 4.3. Successive-Cyclic Movement -- 4.4. The Complex NP Constraint -- 4.5. Clausal "Complements" of Nouns Give Rise to Garden Path Effects: An Experimental Confirmation -- 4.6.Extending the Account to Other Strong Islands -- 4.7. The Islandhood of Peripheral Adverbial Clauses -- 4.8. What about "Complements" of Nouns? -- 4.9. Conclusion --5. Gross Minimality -- 5.1.Introduction -- 5.2.Gross Minimality -- 5.3.Subject Intervention in Root Questions -- 5.4. Subject Intervention in Child Grammar -- 5.5. Gradient Gross Minimality Effects -- 5.6.Drawing the Threads of the Argument Together: Back to (Free) Relatives --5.7.Conclusion -- 6. Conclusion (and Openings).
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-183) and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1. A Plea for Words -- 1.1.Introduction -- 1.2.No Morphology Module? -- 1.3.Words Have an Intrinsic Category -- 1.4. ǂt Conclusion -- Labels from X-Bar Theory to Phrase Structure Theory -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The X-Bar Schema -- 2.3. Bare Phrase Structure: Dealing with Inclusiveness -- 2.4. The Symmetry Problem -- 2.5. The Linearization Problem -- 2.6.Projection = Labels: Defending an Internal Definition -- 2.7. ǂt The Head Algorithm (or Words Are Special) -- 2.8. The Movement Algorithm -- 2.9. The Probing Algorithm -- 2.10. Conclusion -- 3. Relativization as a Case of Relabeling -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2. Free Relatives -- 3.3.Externally Headed Relatives -- 3.4. Reduced Relatives -- 3.5. Internally Headed Relatives: The Case of LIS -- 3.6. Conclusion --4.Successive-Cyclic Movement and Its Constraints: Cyclicity and Islands -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Can Merge Be Free? -- 4.3. Successive-Cyclic Movement -- 4.4. The Complex NP Constraint -- 4.5. Clausal "Complements" of Nouns Give Rise to Garden Path Effects: An Experimental Confirmation -- 4.6.Extending the Account to Other Strong Islands -- 4.7. The Islandhood of Peripheral Adverbial Clauses -- 4.8. What about "Complements" of Nouns? -- 4.9. Conclusion --5. Gross Minimality -- 5.1.Introduction -- 5.2.Gross Minimality -- 5.3.Subject Intervention in Root Questions -- 5.4. Subject Intervention in Child Grammar -- 5.5. Gradient Gross Minimality Effects -- 5.6.Drawing the Threads of the Argument Together: Back to (Free) Relatives --5.7.Conclusion -- 6. Conclusion (and Openings).

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