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    Title: Intervention Effect, Wh-movement, and Focus
    Authors: Barry Chung-Yu Yang
    Date: 2007-10
    Publisher: Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University
    Relation: UST Working Papers in Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University, Volume 3, Pages 95-108
    Abstract: This study starts out from a re-investigation into the issue of covert wh- movement with the advent of Intervention Effect and reaches an interim conclusion supporting Tsai’s (1994) observation on the parameterized wh-construal among languages. Nonetheless, the parameterized (non-) movement issue is not compatible with the Focus Effect (Kim 2002, 2005 and Beck 2006), which runs stable cross-linguistically. On the other hand, the Focus Effect is too restricted and would, in turn, leave the scopes beyond it unexplained. In this study, I show that such a dilemma can be solved by a uniform analysis with the notion of feature intervention in the sense of Starke (2001) and Rizzi (2002).
    Relation Link: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/USTWPL/vol3/vol3.htm
    URI: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/USTWPL/vol3/8_Intervention%20Effect,%20Wh-movement,%20and%20Focus_Yang,%20Barry%20C.-Y..pdf
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