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Autolexical Syntax

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Though the name implies a syntactic theory, Autolexical Syntax (ALS) is actually a view of the relationship between the various components of a grammar, only one of which is syntax. ... ...

Autolexical Syntax

Autolexical Syntax   Reference library

International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2 ed.)

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2003
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... Syntax . Though the name implies a syntactic theory, Autolexical Syntax (ALS) is actually a view of the relationship between the various components of a grammar, only one of which is syntax. The name is justified, however, insofar as a great deal of what is included in syntax in more mainstream grammatical theories is seen in ALS as the province of other components, particularly of morphology or semantics. In ALS, distinct grammatical levels are described by autonomous grammars, called modules , each of which generates the set of well-formed...

Autolexical Syntax

Autolexical Syntax  

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Linguistics
Though the name implies a syntactic theory, Autolexical Syntax (ALS) is actually a view of the relationship between the various components of a grammar, only one of which is syntax. ...
Morphology

Morphology   Reference library

International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2 ed.)

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2003
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Linguistics
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5,741 words

...can be drawn between morphology and syntax by taking the interface between them to be nothing more than (i) the syntactic categories and subcategories of words plus (ii) those grammatical categories of words that are overt in inflectional morphology. In such a framework, syntax is independent of morphology (see sec. 6) and morphology of syntax (sec. 7). Less sharp separations have been proposed, as in the Autolexical Syntax of Sadock 1991 and the Distributed Morphology of Halle and Marantz 1993 . 6. Morphology-free syntax Syntactic rules sometimes affect...

Incorporation

Incorporation   Reference library

International Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2 ed.)

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2003
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...1984. The evolution of noun incorporation . Language 60.847–893. Rosen, Sara . 1989. Two types of noun incorporation: A lexical analysis . Language 65.294–317. Sadock, Jerrold . 1980. Noun incorporation in Greenlandic . Language 56.300–319. Sadock, Jerrold . 1985. Autolexical syntax: A proposal for the treatment of noun incorporation and similar phenomena . Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 3.379–440. Mark C....

Distributed Morphology

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Jonathan David Bobaljik

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Morphology

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2021
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... Pesetsky, D. (1995). Zero syntax: Experiencers and cascades . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pollock, J.-Y. (1989). Verb movement, universal grammar and the structure of IP. Linguistic Inquiry , 20 , 365–424. Radkevich, N. (2010). On location: The structure of case and adpositions . (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Connecticut, Storrs. Ramchand, G. C. (2008). Verb meaning and the lexicon: A first phase syntax . Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Sadock, J. M. (1985). Autolexical syntax: A proposal for the treatment of...

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