The Resource An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition, Stephen Crain and Diane Lillo-Martin

An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition, Stephen Crain and Diane Lillo-Martin

Label
An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition
Title
An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition
Statement of responsibility
Stephen Crain and Diane Lillo-Martin
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 401/.93
  • 401/.93
Index
index present
LC call number
P118
LC item number
.C6747 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Blackwell textbooks in linguistics
Series volume
15
Label
An introduction to linguistic theory and language acquisition, Stephen Crain and Diane Lillo-Martin
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • mel
Contents
  • Pt. I. Linguistic Knowledge. 1. Introduction to Language Acquisition. 2. Knowledge in the Absence of Experience. 3. Stages of Language Acquisition. 4. Why Language Does Not Have to be Taught. 5. Dispelling a Common-Sense Account. 6. Universal Grammar and the Logical Problem of Language Acquisition. 7. The Modularity Hypothesis -- Pt. II. Constituent Structure. 8. Phrase Structure. 9. Phrase Structure Rules and X'-Theory. 10. Setting the X'-Parameters. 11. Phrasal Categories. 12. Ambiguity and Productivity. 13. Children's Knowledge of Phrase Structure. 14. Constraints on Reference. 15. Children's Knowledge of Constraints: Backwards Anaphora -- Pt. III. Transformational Syntax. 16. A Transformation Generating Yes/No Questions. 17. Children's Adherence to Structure Dependence. 18. WH-Movement. 19. Cross-Linguistic Aspects of WH-Questions. 20. The Acquisition of WH-Questions. 21. Successive Cyclic Movement. 22. Successful Cyclic Movement. 23. A Constraint on Contraction
  • 24. Acquisition of Wanna Contraction. 25. Principle C in WH-Questions. 26. Children's Knowledge of Strong Crossover -- Pt. IV. Universal Grammar in the Visual Modality. 27. The Structure of American Sign Language. 28. The Acquisition of American Sign Language. 29. The Structure and Acquisition of WH-Questions in American Sign Language. 30. Parameter Setting. 31. Modularity and Modality -- Pt. V. Semantics and Philosophy of Language. 32. Theories of Meaning. 33. Truth-Conditional Semantics. 34. Compositionality I. 35. Compositionality II. 36. Intensional Semantics. 37. Learnability of Syntax and Semantics. 38. Acquisition of NPs with Modifiers. 39. Relative Clauses. 40. Universal Quantification
Control code
000014008467
Extent
p. cm
Isbn
9780631195351
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
98034401
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.b18147185
System control number
  • 33217007084925
  • (OCoLC)39398775

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