Linearizing the Control Relation: A Typology

@inproceedings{Haddad2009LinearizingTC,
  title={Linearizing the Control Relation: A Typology},
  author={Y. Haddad and E. Potsdam},
  year={2009}
}
The COPY THEORY OF MOVEMENT (CTM) (Chomsky 1993, 1995) requires that a moved element be fully represented at each step in its movement chain. Since only one copy in a chain is usually pronounced, this has necessitated adding theories of SELECTIVE COPY PRONUNCIATION (SCP) to Universal Grammar. Such theories permit chains to be linearized in more than one way, allowing, for example, non-highest copies to be pronounced (Pesetsky 1998, Fox and Nissenbaum 1999, Bobaljik 2002, Nunes 2004, and others… Expand
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