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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155380
Doc. No : 4776p
Call number : ‭4776‬
Main Entry : Salehian, Elham
Title Proper : Persian In/Definite Determiners: A Minimalist Analysis
Supervisor : ; Lotfi , Ahmad Reza
Advisor : ; Biria , Reza
College : Khorasgan
Date : , 1391=2013
Degree : M.A
field of study : , General linguistics
College : , Khorasgan
student score : , 1391/10/24, 1390/00/00
Page No : xi , 133p.
Note : 842
Abstract : This study is a minimalist analysis of Persian postnominal determiners, -e and -i, their structural positions in Persian DPs, and their different morphosyntactic realizations. The study addresses the questions whether (a) -e and -i are different in morphosyntactic functioning, (b) there is a relationship between their stress patterns and structural positions, and (c) the Persian DPs headed by indefinite determiner -i forms a phonological phrase. Using the diagnostic criteria proposed by Zwicky and Pullum (1983), and also with reference to such Persian facts as plural morpheme-h?, Ezafe, and relative clauses accompanying -i as a restrictiveness marker, it is claimed that -e and -i are different in their morphosyntactic properties. Furthermore, it is argued that stress as a key element influences the structural positions of -e and -i so that -e attracts the stress and it forms a single PWd with its stem while -i falls outside the stress domain without an independent unit. Also, constituency properties accompanying the stress patterns influence their structural positions. In the structure of -e joined to a noun modified, the head (N) must have moved under D via the head movement to form a larger constituent through juxtaposition and omission of Ezafe. Therefore, a head movement must have taken place based on the constituency property proposed by Vicente (2009). However, -i and NP do not make a constituent. Finally, it is held that -i joins to the phonological phrase level of prosodic hierarchy. This is compatible with Peperkamp's (1997) analysis of different incorporation sites for clitics and Selkirk's (1995) analysis of different possible prosodic structures of a function word..
Title and statement of responsibility and : Persian In/Definite Determiners: A Minimalist Analysis [Thesis]; Lotfi , Ahmad Reza; Biria , Reza
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p. 118-132
 
 
 
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