Double Subject Constructions in Korean: A Purely Derivational 3D Merge Approach

@article{Chegyong2012DoubleSC,
  title={Double Subject Constructions in Korean: A Purely Derivational 3D Merge Approach},
  author={Im Chegyong},
  journal={Linguistic Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={29},
  pages={197-215}
}
  • Im Chegyong
  • Published 2012
  • Mathematics
  • Linguistic Research
  • Im, Chegyong. 2012. Double Subject Constructions in Korean: A Purely Derivational 3D Merge Approach. Linguistic Research 29(1), 197-215. In this paper, we try to provide theoretical evidences for the structure of DSCs suggested in Im (2002) and Tm (2009), adopting and adapting the derivational approaches including Starke (2001) and Suranyi (2006). We argue against the multiple agree approach and movement approach outlining their theoretical and empirical problems. Then, we will show that the… CONTINUE READING

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