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Journal Title: Lingua
Volume/Issue:   141 /
Issue Title: Argument Realization in Morphology and Syntax
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Introduction

1. Argument structure in morphology and syntax: An introduction
Olga Borik, Jaume Mateu
Pages 1-7


2. Lexical content and context: The causative alternation in English revisited
Malka Rappaport Hovav
Pages 8-29

3. We’re going through changes: How change of state verbs and arguments combine in scale composition
Jens Fleischhauer, Thomas Gamerschlag
Pages 30-47

4. Alternating unaccusatives and the distribution of roots
María Cristina Cuervo
Pages 48-70

5. Derived nominals and the domain of content
Hagit Borer
Pages 71-96

6. Argument structure and morphologically underived nouns in Spanish and English
Antonio Fábregas
Pages 97-120

7. Constraining argument structure in nominalizations: The case of English -er
Andrew McIntyre
Pages 121-138

8. On the internal eventive properties of -er nominals
Isabelle Roy, Elena Soare
Pages 139-156
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 25.1387