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Dravidian Syntax and Universal Grammar

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ISBN-13:
9780190630256
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Ebook
Seiten:
500
Autor:
K. A. Jayaseelan
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Adobe Digital Editions
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2 - DRM Adobe
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Englisch
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Preface

I Scrambling and word order

Chapter [1] 2001 "IP-internal topic and focus phrases," Studia Linguistica 55:1, 39-75. [J]

Chapter [2] 2003 "Question words in focus positions," in Pierre Pica & Johan Rooryck (eds.) Linguistic Variation Yearbook, Vol. 3, John Benjamins, Amsterdam (pp. 69-99). [J]

Chapter [3] 2005 "Scrambling in the cleft construction in Dravidian," in Joachim Sabel & Mamoru Saito (eds.) The Free Word Order Phenomenon: Its Syntactic Sources and Diversity, pp. 137-161. Mouton de Gruyter, New York. [J & A]

Chapter [4] 2010 "Stacking, stranding and pied-piping: a proposal about word order," Syntax 13(4):298-330. [J]


II The syntax of questions and quantifiers

Chapter [5] 2001 "Questions and question-word incorporating quantifiers in Malayalam," Syntax 4:2, 63-93. [J]

Chapter [6] 2003 "Question and negative polarity in the disjunction phrase" Syntax 6:1, 1-18. [A]

Chapter [7] 2011 "Comparative morphology of quantifiers," Lingua 121(2):269-286 [J]

Chapter [8] 2012 "Question particles and disjunction," Linguistic Analysis 38(1-2):35-51. [J]

Chapter [9] 2013 "Nominal and interrogative complements in Kannada," in Deep Insights, Broad Perspectives: Essays in Honor of Mamoru Saito, eds. Y. Miyamoto, D. Takahashi, H. Maki, M. Ochi, K. Sugisaki & A. Uchibori, pp. 1-21. Tokyo: Kaitakusha. [A]

Chapter [10] 2015 "Decomposing coordination: the two operators of coordination." [J] Available at:



III Finiteness and negation

Chapter [11] 2000 "Kannada Clause Structure," in Rajendra Singh, ed. The Yearbook of South Asia Languages and

Chapter [12] 2004 "Some Developments in the Functional Architecture of the Kannada Clause," in Veneeta Dayal & Anoop Mahajan, eds. Clause Structure in South Asian Languages, 13-38. Kluwer: Boston (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory). [A]

Chapter [13] 2005 "Finiteness and negation in Dravidian," in Guglielmo Cinque & Richard S. Kayne (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Syntax, Oxford University Press, New York (pp. 178-220). [A & J]

Chapter [14] 2007 "The Acquisition of Negation in Tamil," in Nanzan Linguistics Special Issue 1: Papers from the Consortium Workshops on Linguistic Theory, pp. 67- 84. Graduate Program in Linguistic Science: Nanzan University. [A & Deepti Ramadoss]

Chapter [15] 2014 "Coordination, relativization and finiteness in Dravidian," Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32:191-211. [J]

Chapter [16] 2014 "Separating Tense and Finiteness: Anchoring in Dravidian," Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32. [A]


IV Case and argument structure

Chapter [17] 2003 "The genesis of syntactic categories and parametric variation," in Hang-Jin Yoon (ed.), Proceedings of the 4th GLOW in Asia 2003: Generative Grammar in a Broader Perspective, pp. 19-41. The Korean Generative Grammar Circle. [A & J]

Chapter [18] 2004 "The possessor-experiencer dative in Malayalam," in Peri Bhaskararao & Karumuri Venkata Subbarao (eds.) Non-nominative Subjects, Vol. 1, John Benjamins, Amsterdam (pp. 227-244). [J]

Chapter [19] 2004 "The serial verb construction in Malayalam," in Veneeta Dayal & Anoop Mahajan (eds.) Clause Structure in South Asian Languages, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (pp. 67-91). [J]

Chapter [20] 2007 "The argument structure of the dative construction," in Argument Structure, eds. Eric Reuland, Tanmoy Bhattacharya and Giorgos Spathas, pp. 37-48. Amsterdam: John Benjamins [J]

Chapter [21] 2007 "Syntactic Categories and Lexical Argument Structure," in Argument Structure, eds. Eric Reuland, Tanmoy Bhattacharya and Giorgos Spathas. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [A]

Chapter [22] 2007 "Parts, Axial Parts and Next Parts in Kannada," Tromso Working Papers on Language & Linguistics: Nordlyd 34.2, special issue on Space and Scalar Structure, ed. Monika Basic, Marina Pantcheva, Minjeong Son, and Peter Svenonius, 1-16. CASTL, Tromso. [A]

Chapter [23] 2013 "The dative case in the Malayalam verb," in Deep Insights, Broad Perspectives: Essays in Honor of Mamoru Saito, eds. Y. Miyamoto, D. Takahashi, H. Maki, M. Ochi, K. Sugisaki & A. Uchibori, pp. 139-166. Tokyo: Kaitakusha. [J]

Chapter [24] 2014 "Rich Results," in Pritha Chandra and Richa Srishti, eds. The Lexicon-Syntax interface: perspectives from South Asian Languages, pp 71-100. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [A]


V Anaphors and pronouns

Chapter [25] 1984 "Anaphorization in Dravidian," CIEFL working papers in linguistics 1.1, 1-31. Hyderabad: CIEFL. [A]

Chapter [26] 1997 "Anaphors as pronouns", Studia Linguistica 51:2, 186-234. [J]

Chapter [27]1998 "Blocking effects and the syntax of Malayalam taan" in Rajendra Singh (ed.) The Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 1998, Sage Publications, New Delhi. (pp.11-27) [J]

Chapter [28] 2001 "Deixis in pronouns and noun phrases," Linguistic Analysis 31:1-2, 132-149. [J & M. Hariprasad]
This volume comprises twenty eight papers selected from the widely known work of K.A. Jayaseelan and R. Amritavalli on Dravidian. Collectively, these papers cover the entire area of Dravidian syntax: they range from broad questions such as sentence structure and word order to more particular questions such as the morphological basis of anaphora, the genesis of lexical categories, the morpho-syntax of quantifiers, and the syntax and semantics of questions. Important universalist claims are embedded in these essays; for this reason, this volume will be of interest also to a student of the general theory of syntax. No future discussion of Dravidian (or South Asian) languages is possible without taking into account the insightful analyses set forth in these pages.

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