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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. 43, Issue 1 - Winter 2012

Articles

Team Weak Crossover
pp. 1-43
Abstract | PDF (929.78 KB)
Reconsidering Rightward Scrambling: Postverbal Constituents in Hindi-Urdu
pp. 43-74
Abstract | PDF (736.27 KB)
Agreement Weakening at PF: A Reply to Benmamoun and Lorimor
pp. 75-96
Abstract | PDF (125.29 KB)
On the Role of Variables in Phonology: Remarks on Hayes and Wilson 2008
pp. 97-119
Abstract | PDF (158.09 KB)
Having ‘Need’ and Needing ‘Have’
pp. 120-132
Abstract | PDF (98.4 KB)
Head Movement and Noun Incorporation
pp. 133-142
Abstract | PDF (70.88 KB)
A Dilemma with Accounts of Right Node Raising
pp. 143-150
Abstract | PDF (68.33 KB)