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Ditransitive structures and (anti-) locality

Ditransitive structures and (anti-) locality (4회 대출)

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Ditransitive structures and (anti-) locality / by Ju-Eun Lee.
발행사항
서울 :   한빛문화,   2006.  
형태사항
210 p. ; 23 cm.
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8991432123 9788991432123
학위논문주기
Thesis (Ph.D., Dept. of Linguistics)--Harvard University, 2004.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p.203-210).
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Verb phrase. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Transitivity. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax.
비통제주제어
Ditransitive structures , anti locality , locality ,,
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Abstract = 3
Acknowledgements = 9
Abbreviations = 15
CHAPTER ONE : Introduction: Phrase Structures and Movement Constraints
  1.1. Overview = 17
  1.2. Ditransitives and Applicative Structures in Brief = 19
  1.3. Organization = 22
CHAPTER TWO : Passivization of Ditransitives and (Anti-) locality
  2.1. Introduction = 25
  2.2. Typology of Passivization in Ditransitives = 27
  2.3. Case and Locality in Deriving the Passivization Typology = 36
    2.3.1. Case-theoretic Accounts = 36
    2.3.2. Locality-based Accounts = 39
  2.4. Locality, Locality Circumvention and the Structure of Ditransitives = 42
    2.4.1. Deriving Escape Hatch Effects for Passivization Asymmetry = 42
      2.4.1.1. Anagnostopoulou's (2003) Parametric Approach = 43
      2.4.1.2. McGinnis's (2001) Applicative Typology and Phase Structures = 46
      2.4.1.3. Interim Summary and Questions = 54
    2.4.2. Locality Circumvention Effect and the Nature of Locality = 56
      2.4.2.1. Data and Issues = 56
      2.4.2.2. Theories on the Nature of Locality Constraints = 61
      2.4.2.3. Hiraiwa's (2003) Occurrence Principle and Cyclic Locality = 67
      2.4.2.4. Problem: Occurrence Principle and Greek Passivization = 72
      2.4.2.5. Interim Conclusion = 74
  2.5. Anti-locality in Grammar = 74
    2.5.1 Domain-based Anti-locality = 74
    2.5.2. History of the Anti-locality Constraint = 76
  2.6. Proposal: Ditransitives, Anti-locality, and Phases = 78
  2.7. A Note on Possible Empirical Arguments for the (Non-) phasehood = 81
    2.7.1. Raising A-movement Asymmetries in Experiencer Constructions = 81
    2.7.2. Wh-Theme Movement = 84
  2.8. Conclusion = 85
CHAPTER THREE : The Word Order Permutation in Ditransitives and Chain Formation
  3.1. Introduction = 87
  3.2. Ditransitive Structures in English and Japanese = 88
    3.2.1. Double Object Constructions and Prepositional Dative Constructions in English = 89
    3.2.2. The Word Order Permutation in Japanese Ditransitives = 95
  3.3. Previous Analyses of the Word Order Permutation = 97
    3.3.1. Base-Generation Analysis: Chain Condition Effect with Reciprocal Anaphors = 97
    3.3.2. Movement Analysis = 100
      3.3.2.1. Chain Condition Effect with Reflexive Anaphors = 100
      3.3.2.2. Object Honorification as Agreement = 108
  3.4. The Two Argument Structures' Proposal = 111
  3.5. Quantifier Floating, Clefts, Passivization, Scope, and Animacy = 120
  3.6. Base-Generation vs. Movement Controversy Revisited: Pronominal Variable Binding and Weak Reconstruction Effects = 133
  3.7. Object Honorification, Animacy, and Featural Locality = 138
  3.8. Locality and Chain Formation in Applicative Structures = 141
    3.8.1. Passivization and Scrambling in Ditransitives = 141
    3.8.2. Successive Cyclic Movement and Chain Formation = 151
  3.9. Conclusion = 154
CHAPTER FOUR : Indirect Passivization and Additional Indirect Objects
  4.1. Introduction = 157
  4.2. Direct Passives and Two Types of Indirect Passives = 158
  4.3. Huang's (1999) Passivization Strategies across Languages = 161
  4.4. Previous Approaches to Indirect Passivization = 167
    4.4.1. The Passivization of Outer/Outermost Objects of Complex Predicates = 168
    4.4.2. The Passivization of Low and High Applicative Objects = 175
      4.4.2.1. Some Properties of Applicatives in Pylkk a ·· nen (2002) = 175
      4.4.2.2. Indirect Passivization in Applicative Constructions = 177
  4.5. Complex Predicate Analysis vs. Applicative Analysis = 181
    4.5.1. Transitivity Restriction and Exclusive Indirect Passives = 181
    4.5.2. The Position of Indirect Additional Objects = 186
    4.5.3. Derived Subjects and Base-Generated Subjects = 189
    4.5.4. Depictive Secondary Predication = 190
    4.5.5. Controlling Purpose Clauses = 194
    4.5.6. Summary = 197
  4.6. Conclusion = 198
CHAPTER FIVE : Summary and Conclusion = 199
References = 203

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