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Author: Shigeru Miyagawa,Mamoru Saito
ISBN: 019983007X
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 566 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press; Reprint edition (October 1, 2012)
Language English
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eBook Oxford Handbook of Japanese Linguistics (Oxford Handbooks) download

by Shigeru Miyagawa,Mamoru Saito


The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Linguistics captures the excitement that comes from answering the question, What can Japanese say about Universal Grammar?

The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Linguistics captures the excitement that comes from answering the question, What can Japanese say about Universal Grammar? Each of the eighteen articles takes up a topic in syntax, morphology, acquisition, processing, phonology, or information structure, and, first of all, lays out the core data, followed by critical discussion of the various approaches found in the literature.

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Shigeru Miyagawa is Professor of Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mamoru Saito is Professor of Linguistics, Nanzan University, Nagoya Japan.

The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Linguistics captures the excitement that comes from answering the question, What can Japanese say about Universal Grammar? Each of the eighteen articles takes up a topic in syntax, morphology, acquisition, processing, phonology, or information structure, and, first of all, lays out the core data, followed by critical discussion of the various approaches found in the literature. Each article ends with a section on how the study of the particular phenomenon in Japanese contributes to our knowledge of general linguistic theory.

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In Dagur, the genitive subject is licensed by D while in Turkish it is licensed by C. For the genitive subject in Japanese, both D-licensing as in Dagur and C-licensing as in Turkish have been proposed. Japanese wh-expressions appear in various kinds of operator-variable structures, including wh-questions and sentences with universal and existential quantification. 《Routledge Handbook in Chinese Applied Linguistics 》(Huang et al. The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Linguistics captures the excitement that comes from answering the question, "What can Japanese say about Universal Grammar?"

Over the past twenty years or so, the work on Japanese within generative grammar has shifted from primarily using contemporary theory to describe Japanese to contributing directly to general theory, on top of producing extensive analyses of the language. The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Linguistics captures the excitement that comes from answering the question, "What can Japanese say about Universal Grammar?" Each of the eighteen chapters takes up a topic in syntax, morphology, acquisition, processing, phonology, or information structure, and, first of all, lays out the core data, followed by critical discussion of the various approaches found in the literature. Each chapter ends with a section on how the study of the particular phenomenon in Japanese contributes to our knowledge of general linguistic theory. This book will be useful to students and scholars of linguistics who are interested in the latest studies on one of the most extensively studied languages within generative grammar.