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Author Pan, Victor Junnan, author.

Title Resumptivity in Mandarin Chinese : a minimalist account / Victor Junnan Pan.

Published Berlin, Germany : De Gruyter Mouton, [2016]
©2016

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Physical description 1 online resource (324 pages).
Series Trends in Linguistics:Studies and monographs, 1861-4302 ; volume 298
Trends in Linguistics:Studies and monographs. 1861-4302 ; volume 298.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents List of abbreviations -- Resumptivity : an overview -- Introduction -- Resumptivity -- Resumptive pronouns -- Two types of resumptive pronouns -- Two different points of view -- Syntactic level : to move, or not to move, that is the question! -- Period of GB -- Period of MP -- Semantic level : to move, or not to move, that is still the question! -- Main proposals in this study -- Against the macro : variation hypothesis -- Against the "spelled out traces" analysis -- Main proposals -- Organization of the argumentation -- Syntactic derivation : two types of A'-dependencies -- Introduction -- Distribution of resumptive pronouns in relatives and in dislocation structures -- Islands -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Summary -- Crossover effects -- Weak crossover effects -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Strong crossover effect -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Summary -- Summary -- Analyses -- In the framework of government and binding theory -- In the minimalist program -- Match, agree and move -- Deriving resumptive constructions by agree -- Adger & Ramchand (2001, 2005) -- Rouveret (2002, 2008, to appear) -- Resumption in Chinese -- Island effects -- Crossover effects -- Resumptive distocationstructures -- Differences between relatives and dislocation structures -- Locality -- Summary -- Conclusion -- Reconstruction and internal structures of resumptive pronouns -- Introduction -- Reconstruction effects and movement -- Two types of reconstruction effects -- Reconstruction of anaphoric binding -- Reconstruction of the scope of a quantifier -- Reconstruction effects and movement -- Two types of resumptivities -- Two generalizations of Aoun et al. (2001) -- Against the generalizations of Aoun et al. (2001) -- Against the first generalization of Aoun et al. : absence of island -- Against the second generalization of Aoun et al. : presence of islands -- Conclusion -- Reconstruction effects and internal structures of resumptive pronouns -- Two types of resumptive pronouns : strong pronouns, epithets and weak pronouns -- Two types of copies : indefinite and definite (Guilliot 2006) -- Two internal structures of resumptive pronouns : Rouveret (1994, 2002, 2008, to appear) -- Choice of internal structure of a resumptive pronoun -- Summary -- Reconstruction effects in Chinese -- Reconstruction and quantifier scope -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Summary -- Possibility to take a quantificational antecedent -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Summary -- Reconstruction of anaphoric binding -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Summary -- Condition C effects under reconstruction -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Summary -- Summary -- Analysis -- Correlation between types of syntactic constructions and forms of resumptives -- Interaction of different components of grammar -- Argument : two types of pronouns in Chinese -- Distribution of the pronoun qi -- Reconstruction of a quantifier scope -- Possibility to take a quantificational antecedent -- Anaphoric binding reconstruction -- Condition C effects under reconstruction -- Summary -- Differences between ta and qi -- Conclusion -- A mysterious problem is solved! -- Conclusion -- Specificity effects -- Introduction -- Derive individual reading and distributive reading -- Two types of specificities -- Non-specific reading (de dicto) vs. specific reading (de re) -- Individual reading vs. pair-list reading -- Resumptivlty and semantic readings -- Sharvit (1999) -- Guilliot (2006, 2011) -- Malkawi (2009) : competition of the readings -- Rouveret (2002, 2008, to appear) -- General distribution of different readings in Chinese -- Individual readings : non-specific (de dicto) vs. specific (de re) -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Distributive readings : natural function vs. pair-list -- Relatives -- Dislocation structures -- Resumptive pronouns -- Intrusive pronouns -- Summary -- Analysis -- Conclusion -- Concluding remarks -- Syntactic level -- Semantic level -- Architecture of resumptivity -- Interaction of different factors involved in the derivation of an A'- dependency -- Two predictions -- What Chinese tells us about resumptivity -- Appendix : General distribution of the resumptive pronouns in Mandarin Chinese -- Introduction -- Personal pronouns in Chinese -- Syntactic constructions Involving A'-dependencies in Chinese -- Wh-dependency -- Relatlvizatlon -- Topicallzation -- Ex-situ cleft-focus structures -- Wh-ex-situ constructions -- ATB-constructions -- Summary -- General distribution of the resumptive pronouns in Chinese -- Cases in which the presence of the resumptive pronouns is obligatory -- Cases in which the presence of the resumptive pronouns is optional or prohibited -- References -- Subject index.
Notes Description based on print version record.
Local Note Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subject Mandarin dialects.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Pronoun.
Chinese language.
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