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Péter Siptár, Christopher Pinón

Approaches to Hungarian 9

Volume nine of the series Approaches to Hungarian presents papers from the Sixth International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian (ICSH-6) held at Heinrich-Heine-Universität in Düsseldorf, Germany, on 12-13 September 2002. The topics discussed include a conception of morphology in which every morpheme is treated as a lexical item; the behavior of /j/, /v/, and /h/ with respect to voicing assimilation; an analysis of verbal particles in which their presence or absence is determined by the event structure of the sentence; two types of long-distance focus-raising in Hungarian; a new typology of question words in terms of Functional Grammar; problems for a purely stress-driven account of focus movement; an analysis of complex event nominals accounting for their striking clausal properties; various conversion phenomena in Hungarian; an analysis of the linking properties of nominalizations and participles in Lexical Functional Grammar; single and multiple wh-fronting; an optimality-theoretic analysis of the distribution and behavior of H-type segments; the issue whether Hungarian has portmanteau agreement; and past tense suffixation discussed in terms of the principle of contrast and the principle of uniformity of paradigmatically related inflected forms. The authors of the volume are Gábor Alberti, Kata Balogh, Sylvia Blaho, Katalin É. Kiss, Judit Gervain, Casper de Groot, Julia Horvath, István Kenesei, Ferenc Kiefer, Judit Kleiber, Tibor Laczkó, Péter Rebrus, Péter Siptár, Balázs Surányi, Szilárd Szentgyörgyi, Jochen Trommer, Viktor Trón and Anita Viszket.

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  • Number of pages: 334
  • Size: B5_01
  • Type of Cover: kartonalt
  • ISBN: 9630582597
  • Article code: 4000005439
  • Publication date: 2005