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The syntax of "subjects"

Koichi Tateishi

(Studies in Japanese linguistics / Masayoshi Shibatani, series editor, v. 3)

Center for the Study of Language and Information , Kurosio Publishers, c1994

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注記

"CSLI publications, ... & Kurosio Publishers, Tokyo"

A slight revision of the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1991

Bibliography: p. 213-219

ISBN(jp: 4-87424-196-4)は、"くろしお出版の日本語修正シール"による. Paperbacks版の裏表紙にあるISBN表示(1-881526-45-3)の真上に貼付済.--(2001年2月現在)

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内容説明・目次

内容説明

Linguists who work on the Japanese language have disagreed about the notion of subject with respect to Japanese. Many linguists argue that there is no formal syntactic position for the subject in Japanese. Tateishi does deeper research on the surface syntax of the subject, and looks in particular at the syntax of the subject and phenomena which have been treated as S-adjunctions. Tateishi's main claim is that despite all the non-configurational characteristics found in the language, Japanese is in a sense more configurational than the so-called configurational languages. Japanese allows more types of hierarchies to be involved in the subject-predicate relation than English allows, as Japanese does not have the same kind of restrictions on the phrase structure as the configurational languages.

目次

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Strong SPEC(IP) subject hypothesis
  • 3. Strong SPEC(VP) subject hypothesis
  • 4. Weak SPEC(VP) subject hypothesis and SPEC(AGRP) subject hypothesis
  • 5. The syntax of topics
  • 6. Does -WA matter in syntax
  • 7. The genitive raising construction
  • 8. Conclusion
  • Bibliography.

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