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Mon Dec 13 2004

Books: Ling Theories/Morphology/Syntax:Sadler et al (Eds)

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        1.    Dikran Karagueuzian, Projecting Morphology: Sadler, Spencer (Eds)



Message 1: Projecting Morphology: Sadler, Spencer (Eds)

Date: 09-Dec-2004
From: Dikran Karagueuzian <pubscsli.stanford.edu>
Subject: Projecting Morphology: Sadler, Spencer (Eds)


Title: Projecting Morphology 
 Series Title: Stanford Studies in Morphology and the Lexicon  
 
 Publication Year: 2004 
 Publisher: CSLI Publications
     http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/
 
 Editor: Louisa Sadler, University of Essex
 Editor: Andrew Spencer, University of Essex
 
 Hardback: ISBN: 157586469X Pages: 239 Price: U.S. $80.00
 Paperback: ISBN: 1575864703 Pages: 239 Price: U.S. $27.50
 
 
 Abstract:
 
 The strict separation of syntax and morphology along with the rejection of
 derivational operations in structural syntax are two of several principles
 in contemporary lexicalist theories. The syntactic theory of
 Lexical-Functional Grammar (LFG) recognizes that this separation between
 syntax and morphology applies only to a structural domain but also that
 both are equal, interacting, and competing contributors in a functional domain.
 
 This book discusses the role of morphology in LFG, reintroducing two
 seminal papers on the impact of the development of LFG on morphology, while
 presenting new papers on current morphological issues. Theoretical issues
 addressed include the relationship between synthetic and analytic exponents
 of functional features; the need for a separate projection of m-structures;
 the nature of morphosyntactic paradigms; optimality theory's role in LFG
 morphology; and the use of LFG architecture in morphological description. 
 
 
 
 Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
                      Morphology
                      Syntax
 
 
 Written In: English  (ENG)
 
 See this book announcement on our website: 
 http://linguistlist.org/get-book.html?BookID=12652

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