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    Title: 論孤島效應之失落
    Other Titles: On the Absence of Island Effects
    Authors: 蔡維天;Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai
    Date: 1997/03
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1997,new,27,n.1,p125.
    Keywords: 孤島效應
    Abstract: This paper explores an alternative to Tsai's (1994) analysis of Chinese wh-in-situ construals. It is claimed that there is a correlation between the lack of island effects in Chinese topicalization and relativization on the one hand, and that in Chinese w/z-questions on the other. We present facts from so-called sloppy relatives and parasitic gap constructions to show that D(iscourse)-linking in Pesetsky's (1987) sense could play a part in construing wh's-in-situ, given that, in the vein of Huang (1984), a null operator is base-generated in [Spec, CP] for Chinese/Japanese-type languages. If the null operator in question is [ + Q], then unselective binding applies to form a wh-question. On the other hand, if the null operator is [ ?Q], then predication applies to form a topic-comment structure or a relative construction.
    Key Words: Chinese syntax, syntactic theory, island effects, Subjacency discoures-linking, wh-question, topicalization, relativization
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=856
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