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Author Moore, John C
Title Hypothesis a / Hypothesis B : Linguistic Explorations in Honor of David M. Perlmutter
Imprint Cambridge : MIT Press, 2009
©2010
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Descript 1 online resource (534 pages)
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Series Current Studies in Linguistics Ser. ; v.49
Current Studies in Linguistics Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- My Path in Linguistics -- 1 Depictives and Serialization in Tzotzil -- 2 Prolegomenon to Any Future Typology of Impersonal Sentences -- 3 Romanian as a Two-Gender Language -- 4 1-handed PERSONs and ASL Morphology -- 5 Six Arguments for Wh-Movement in Chamorro -- 6 On the Existence (and Distribution) of Sentential Subjects -- 7 Syntax and Semantics of Polish Emotion Verbs: A Corpus Study -- 8 Term Relations and Relational Hierarchies -- 9 Constraints on Verb Stem Stacking in Southern Tiwa -- 10 Three Doubling Constructions in Halkomelem -- 11 Origins of Differential Unaccusative/Unergative Case Marking: Implications for Innateness -- 12 Underlying and Surface Grammatical Relations in Greek consider Sentences -- 13 French Inchoatives and the Unaccusativity Hypothesis -- 14 On the Analytic Expression of Predicates in Meskwaki -- 15 Unpassives of Unaccusatives -- 16 Semantic and Syntactic Subcategorization in Seri: Recipients and Addressees -- 17 Impersonals in Irish and Beyond -- 18 Does Spatial Make It Special? On the Grammar of Pointing Signs in American Sign Language -- 19 Object-Controlled Restructuring in Spanish -- 20 Against All Expectations: Encoding Subjects and Objects in a New Language -- 21 Clitic Placement in Romance: A Phase-Theoretic Approach -- 22 Missing Obliques: Some Anomalies in Ojibwe Syntax -- 23 Modeling the Mapping from ''Conceptual Structure'' to Syntax -- Publications of David M. Perlmutter -- Author Index -- Subject Index
Essays reflecting the influence of the versatile linguist David M. Perlmutter, covering topics from theoretical morphology to sign language phonology
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Moore, John C. Hypothesis a / Hypothesis B : Linguistic Explorations in Honor of David M. Perlmutter Cambridge : MIT Press,c2009 9780262134873
Subject Linguistics.;Language and languages
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Alt Author Aissen, Judith
Aronoff, Mark
Bateman, Nicoleta
Bickford, J. Albert
Chung, Sandra
Davies, William D
Dubinsky, Stanley
Dziwirek, Katarzyna
Farrell, Patrick
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