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Hartmann, Jutta M. / Jäger, Marion / Kehl, Andreas / Konietzko, Andreas / Winkler, Susanne (Hrsg.): Freezing. Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Domains. VIII/456 S. - Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter, 2018.
ISBN: 978-1-5015-1214-8
(Studies in Generative Grammar [SGG] 130)

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Displacement is a fundamental property of human language, and the restrictions on displacement have been a central concern in generative grammar ever since Ross' (1967) ground-breaking observations of island constraints. While island phenomena have been investigated in detail from various perspectives, a different domain, the domain of Freezing, originally defined in terms of non-base structures, has received far less attention. This volume brings together papers that address the questions of: What are the different concepts of Freezing? Which empirical domains can they explain? Is Freezing a core-syntactic restriction or does information structure, or processing play a role? The collection of papers provides insights into the empirical basis of the Freezing Principle in relation to other restrictions on extraction in order to contribute to a broader understanding of the nature of restrictions on displacement in language. The overall goal of the volume is a reconsideration of Freezing and other (sub-)extraction phenomena, both from a theoretical and empirical perspective, by bringing together contributions from experts in the field to discuss and broaden our knowledge of the empirical range of Freezing phenomena as well as their explanation.


Hartmann, Jutta M. / Jäger, Marion / Kehl, Andreas / Konietzko, Andreas / Winkler, Susanne:
  Exploring the concepts of Freezing: Theoretical and empirical perspectives IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 1
Part I: Theoretical advancement
Shlonsky, Ur / Rizzi, Luigi:
  Criterial Freezing in small clauses and the cartography of copular constructions S. 29
Gallego, Ángel J.:
  Freezing Effects in a free-Merge System S. 66
Müller, Gereon:
  Freezing in complex prefields S. 105
Part II: Empirical domains
Corver, Norbert:
  The Freezing points of the (Dutch) adjectival system S. 143
Hartmann, Jutta M.:
  Freezing in it-clefts: Movement and focus S. 195
Bayer, Josef:
  Criterial Freezing in the syntax of particles S. 225
Rochemont, Michael S.:
  Only syntax S. 264
Polinsky, Maria:
  Freezing and phi-feature agreement: On the role of [person] S. 284
Surányi, Balázs / Turi, Gergő:
  Freezing, Topic Opacity and Phase-based Cyclicity in Subject Islands S. 317
Part III: Interface extensions
Culicover, Peter W. / Winkler, Susanne:
  Freezing: Between grammar and processing S. 353
Konietzko, Andreas:
  Heavy NP shift in context: On the interaction of information structure and subextraction from shifted constituents S. 387
Chaves, Rui P.:
  Freezing as a probabilistic phenomenon S. 403
Jäger, Marion:
  An experimental study on freezing and topicalization in English S. 430
Index S. 451