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|Title:||Lexical and Configurational Structures||Authors:||Mohanan, K.P.||Issue Date:||1983||Citation:||Mohanan, K.P. (1983). Lexical and Configurational Structures. The Linguistic Review 3 (2) : 113-139. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Examined are properties of the level of configurational or constituent structure, & the level at which grammatical relations are represented, corresponding to configuration & lexical structures of government & binding theory & to c-structures & f-structures in lexical functional grammar. The autonomy of the two levels is noted, based on data from Malayalam, Eng, & other langs. Specific phenomena including reflexive binding, control, case assignment, & others are argued to belong to the lexical structure; pronominal non-coreference, wh-movement, & quantifier scope belong to configurational structure. Some resulting modifications in government & binding theory are proposed. B. Annesser Murray.||Source Title:||The Linguistic Review||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/132331||ISSN:||01676318|
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