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Linguistic Inquiry

Overview

Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 30, Issue 2 - Spring 1999

Articles

Reconstruction, Binding Theory, and the Interpretation of Chains
pp. 157-196
Abstract | PDF (181.4 KB)
On Feature Strength: Three Minimalist Approaches to Overt Movement
pp. 197-217
Abstract | PDF (95.96 KB)
On the Relation between Syntactic Phrases and Phonological Phrases
pp. 219-255
Abstract | PDF (190.74 KB)
More on the Anaphor Agreement Effect
pp. 257-287
Abstract | PDF (133.19 KB)
The Directionality of Emphasis Spread in Arabic
pp. 289-300
Abstract | PDF (61.72 KB)
Morphological Strength and Syntactic Change
pp. 301-310
Abstract | PDF (54.52 KB)
Reciprocity and Binding in Early Child Grammar
pp. 310-317
Abstract | PDF (51.38 KB)
Raised Objects and Superiority
pp. 317-325
Abstract | PDF (40.44 KB)