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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. 32, Issue 4 - Fall 2001

Articles

Movement Operations after Syntax
pp. 555-595
Abstract | PDF (186.09 KB)
Binding of Indeterminate Pronouns and Clause Structure in Japanese
pp. 597-633
Abstract | PDF (144.31 KB)
On Scrambling: A Reply to Bošković and Takahashi
pp. 635-658
Abstract | PDF (120.87 KB)
Zero Derivations
pp. 658-677
Abstract | PDF (127.14 KB)
Navajo Verb Stem Position and the Bipartite Structure of the Navajo Conjunct Sector
pp. 678-693
Abstract | PDF (86.4 KB)
On the (Non)complementarity of θ-Theory and Checking Theory
pp. 694-716
Abstract | PDF (109.07 KB)
Colliding Complementizers in Dutch: Another Syntactic OCP Effect
pp. 717-727
Abstract | PDF (69.19 KB)
Some Problems with a Lowering Account of Scrambling
pp. 727-732
Abstract | PDF (51.32 KB)
Restrictions on Verb Raising
pp. 732-740
Abstract | PDF (54.72 KB)
Books and Journals Received
pp. 741-744
Abstract | PDF (32.04 KB)
Index to Volume 32
pp. 745-758
Abstract | PDF (50.02 KB)