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Title: Conference Proceedings (FAJL 3)
Edited By: María Cristina Cuervo
Series Title: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 41
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María Cristina Cuervo et al. (eds.) Proceedings of Formal Approaches to
Japanese Linguistics 3. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 41 (MITWPL 41).
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Ichimura, Larry
Phonological Blocking in the Japanese Casual Speech
Kasai, Hironobu and Shoichi Takahashi
Coordination in Japanese
Yoshida, Masaya and Tetsuya Sano
Psycholinguistic Studies on Japanese Head Internal Relative Clauses
Takahashi, Daiko
Scrambling and Empty Categories
Takahashi, Shoichi
Movement, Reconstruction and the PBC
Tanaka, Hidekazu
Mechanism of Large-Scale Pied-Piping
Tsujioka, Takae
E-Possessive and Evidence for EPP-driven Scrambling
Nakanishi, Kimiko
Frozen Scope and Weak Crossover in Ditransitives
Nasukawa, Kuniya and Masayuki Oishi
Inaccessibility of the Domain-initial Nucleus in High-pitch Agreement
Uchibori, Asako
Raising out of CP and C-T Relations
Kusumoto, Kiyomi
The Semantics of Non-past -ta in Japanese
Yatsushiro, Kazuko
The Distribution of mo and ka and its Implications
Yamashita, Hideaki
On the So-called RFN-ScramblingS in Japanese
Matthews, John
Constituency Constraints and Japanese Consonant Clusters
Brody, Michael and Anna Szabolcsi
Overt Scope, With and Without Movement
Fukumitsu, Yuichiro
Covert Incorporation of Small Clause Predicates in Japanese
Koizumi, Masatoshi
Partial Production and Syntactic Theory: The Case of Preverbal Objects in
Early Child English
Saito, Mamoru
Toward the Reunification of Japanese Scramblings
Motomura, Mitsue
Zibun as a Residue of Overt A-movement

Publication Year: 2002
Publisher: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics
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Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Language Documentation
Subject Language(s): Japanese
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