This volume contains papers presented at the Second International Workshop on Japanese Syntax, held at Stanford University. In these papers the topic of syntax is broadly construed as covering discourse phenomena and the interface between morphology and syntax. Particular emphasis was on discourse phenomena, to which are devoted approximately one third of the papers in the present work. The Stanford workshop was the second in a series of three on Japanese syntax.
was assistant professor of
linguistics and director of the Phonetics Lab at Stanford
- Subcategorization and Word Order
- Discourse Factors in the Binding of Sibun
Masayo Iida and Peter Sells
- Japanese Zero Pronominal Binding : Where Syntax and Discourse Meet
- Blended Quasi-Direct Discourse in Japanese
- Whether We Agree or Not: A Comparative Syntax of English and Japanese
- Case Deletion and Discourse Context
- Predication and Numeral Quantifier
- Readjustment and Compound Formation
Masayoshi Shibatani and Taro Kageyama.