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写真:An Automodular View of Ellipsis
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An Automodular View of Ellipsis

Yoshio Ueno

A5 438ページ

List price : 8,400 yen+tax (Available from June, 2015)

ISBN:978-4-657-15706-5

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目次など

Preface
Introduction
About this book
1 Automodular Grammar Overview
1.1 Syntax Overview
1.2 Function Argument Structure Overview
1.3 Event Role Structure Overview
1.4 Information Structure Overview
1.5 Lexical Items and Lexical Entries
1.6 Brief Discussion on Raising
1.6.1 Subject raising
1.6.2 Object raising
1.7 Brief Discussion on Unique Control Verbs
1.8 Brief Discussion on Passivization
1.8.1 Agentless passives of transitive verbs
1.8.2 Passivization of object raising and object control verbs
1.8.3 Passivization of VP idioms
1.9 Brief Discussion on Unbounded Dependencies
2 Inferential Interpretation
2.1 Inferential Nature of Utterance Interpretation and Relevance Theory
2.2 Preliminary Considerations on Inferential Interpretation of Fragments
2.3 Review of SA and LA Superstructures
2.4 Inferential Nature of Illocutionary Force Identifi cation
2.5 Indirect Speech Acts and Implicatures
3 An Automodular View of Fragments
3.1 Preliminary Description of Fragments
3.2 Explaining Fragment Interpretation
3.3 Properties of Fragments
3.3.1 Fragments with parentheticals
3.3.2 Ban on complementizer deletion
3.3.3 Apparent c-selection
3.3.4 Fragments as focus
3.3.5 Controlled VPs as fragments
3.3.6 Three types of inferred syntax
3.3.7 Quantifi er fragments
3.3.8 Bound variables in fragments
3.3.9 Fragments and pronouns
3.3.10 Island insensitivity of fragments
3.4 Access to Lexical Entries
3.5 Language Acquisition and Preposition (Non)Stranding
3.5.1 Fragments and acquisition of syntax
3.5.2 Acquisition of preposition stranding
4 An Automodular View of Sluicing
4.1 Preliminary Description of Sluicing
4.2 Syntax of Wh-Fragments
4.3 Interpreting Wh-Fragments
4.4 Wh-Fragments and Inference
4.5 Need for Syntactic Structures Inferred by Direct Reference
4.6 Multiple Wh-Fragments
4.7 The Hell
4.8 Access to Lexical Entries
4.9 Island Insensitivity
4.10 Close Examination of Wh-Fragment Island Insensitivity
4.10.1 Relative clause island
4.10.2 Conjunct Constraint
4.10.3 Element Constraint
4.10.4 Derived position islands
4.10.5 Adjunct Island and Sentential Subject Constraint
4.10.6 COMP-trace effects
4.10.7 Weak islands
4.10.8 Left Branch Constraint
4.11 A’-traces Under Sluicing
5 An Automodular View of VP Ellipsis
5.1 VP Gap Analysis of VP Ellipsis
5.2 Pro-VP Form Analysis of VP Ellipsis
5.3 Similarities and Differences Between Pro-VP Forms and Pronouns
5.4 Lexical Entries for Pro-VP Forms
5.5 Missing Antecedent Phenomenon
5.6 Syntactic Status of Inferred VP
5.7 Antecedent Contained Deletion
5.8 Ambiguity in Pro-VP Form Interpretations
5.9 Strict and Sloppy Identity Interpretations
5.10 Restrictions on VP Ellipsis
5.10.1 VP ellipsis in tough construction
5.10.2 Disappearance and reappearance of sloppy identity interpretation
6 An Automodular View of Gapping
6.1 Preliminary Description of Gapping
6.2 Gapping and Inference
6.3 Gapping as Construction
6.4 Speaker’s Intention in Gapping
6.5 Interpreting Gapped Conjuncts
6.6 Gapping and Speech Acts
6.7 Operator Sharing in Gapping
6.8 Stripping
7 An Automodular View of Right Node Raising
7.1 Preliminary Description of Right Node Raising
7.2 RNR as a Construction
7.3 Inferentially Interpreting the RNR Construction
8 Conclusion
8.1 Summary of Chapter 1
8.2 Summary of Chapter 2
8.3 Summary of Chapter 3
8.4 Summary of Chapter 4
8.5 Summary of Chapter 5
8.6 Summary of Chapter 6
8.7 Summary of Chapter 7
8.8 Epilogue
Appendix: Defi nitions, Rules, and Principles
References
Index

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