Approaches to head movement: A critical assessment

@inproceedings{Dkny2018ApproachesTH,
  title={Approaches to head movement: A critical assessment},
  author={{\'E}. D{\'e}k{\'a}ny},
  year={2018}
}
Heads can be spelled out higher than their merge-in position. The operation that the transformationalist generative literature uses to model this is called head movement. Government and Binding posited that the operation in question involves adjunction of a lower head to a higher head in narrow syntax. It has been noted early on, however, that this approach is highly problematic because head-adjunction violates several well-motivated constraints on syntactic structures. This overview article… Expand
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