Generative Linguistics: An Historical Perspective
Routledge, 2002/04/12 - 232 ページ
Written by one of America's most prominent linguists the essays in Generative Linguistics provide a challenging reappraisal of the 'Chomskyan Revolution' - the implications of which are being debated some three decades on.
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abstract appeared applied approach argued arguments BCLS Bloomfield Chapter characterization Chomsky Chomsky’s Chomskyan Chomskyan revolution conception conclusion constraints construction contrastive analysis core deep structure derived discussion early English example fact field of second formal framework G.Lakoff generativist George Lakoff global rules GPSG grammarians Harris Hockett Huck and Goldsmith hypothesis ibid idea interaction interpretation interpretivist Jakobson Katz language learning research language teaching language-particular rules LBLT level of deep lexical decomposition lexical items lexicalist linguistic theory major McCawley Menomini modular nature Newmeyer Noam Chomsky paper particular Paul Postal period phenomena phonemic phonology phrase structure phrase structure rules position Postal principle-orientated principles of UG programme proposed quantifier question Ross’s rule-orientated Russian conjugation second language acquisition second language learning semantic representation semanticists sentences structural linguistics surface structure Syntactic Structures syntacticians syntax transformational grammar transformational rules universal grammar verbs women Zellig Harris