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Linguistic Inquiry

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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. 33, Issue 3 - Summer 2002

Articles

On Multiple Wh-Fronting
pp. 351-383
Abstract | PDF (269.26 KB)
Altruism, Ā-Movement, and Object Agreement in Innu-aimûn
pp. 385-407
Abstract | PDF (189.31 KB)
Decomposing Pronouns
pp. 409-442
Abstract | PDF (296.9 KB)
On Minimalist Approaches to the Locality of Movement
pp. 443-463
Abstract | PDF (120.75 KB)
(Un)interpretable Neg in Comp
pp. 465-492
Abstract | PDF (226.09 KB)
Atoms and Sets: A Characterization of Semantic Number
pp. 493-505
Abstract | PDF (156.75 KB)
(Anti)reconstruction Effects in Free Relatives: A New Argument against the Comp Account
pp. 507-511
Abstract | PDF (68.48 KB)
Single-Pair versus Multiple-Pair Answers: Wh-in-Situ and Scope
pp. 512-520
Abstract | PDF (133.99 KB)
Vowel Reduction and Reduplication in Klamath
pp. 520-527
Abstract | PDF (149.77 KB)