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TOC: Special Issue: Nominalizations in Linguistic Theory

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        1.     Christopher Tancock , Special Issue: Nominalizations in Linguistic Theory


Message 1: Special Issue: Nominalizations in Linguistic Theory
Date: 04-Nov-2011
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Special Issue: Nominalizations in Linguistic Theory
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
http://www.elsevier.com/linguistics

Journal Title: Lingua Volume Number: 121 Issue Number: 7 Issue Date: 2011


Subtitle: Special Issue: Nominalizations in Linguistic Theory


Main Text:

1. Preface and acknowledgmentsPage 1159Jaklin Kornfilt, John Whitman

Editorial

2. Introduction: Nominalizations in syntactic theoryPages 1160-1163Jaklin Kornfilt, John Whitman

Articles

3. Degrees of nominalization: Clause-like constituents in SakhaPages 1164-1193Mark C. Baker

4. Non-event nominals and argument structurePages 1194-1206John Bowers

5. Mixed categories in IrishPages 1207-1224Andrew Carnie

6. Nominalization and case assignment in QuechuaPages 1225-1251Peter Cole, Gabriella Hermon

7. Genitive subjects in relative constructions in Polynesian languagesPages 1252-1264Jonathon Herd, Catherine Macdonald, Diane Massam

8. Genitive subjects in Altaic and specification of phasePages 1265-1282Shigeru Miyagawa

9. What's nominal in nominalizations?Pages 1283-1296Eric Reuland

10. Afterword: Nominalizations in syntactic theoryPages 1297-1313Jaklin Kornfilt, John Whitman

For more information on this Special Issue, please visit:http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00243841/121/7Or visit the journal homepage: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lingua


Linguistic Field(s): Morphology                             Semantics                             Syntax                             Typology
Subject Language(s): Daur (dta)                             English (eng)                             Irish (gle)                             Japanese (jpn)                             Maori (mri)                             Niuean (niu)                             Quechan (yum)                             Turkish (tur)                             Yakut (sah) Language Family(ies): Altaic                             Polynesian

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