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Linguistic Inquiry


Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 31, Issue 1 - Winter 2000


The Licensing of Null Arguments in American Sign Language
pp. 1-27
Abstract | PDF (165.29 KB)
Mirror Theory: Syntactic Representation in Perfect Syntax
pp. 29-56
Abstract | PDF (102.5 KB)
Quantifier Float and Wh-Movement in an Irish English
pp. 57-84
Abstract | PDF (110.29 KB)
Rethinking Geminates, Long-Distance Geminates, and the OCP
pp. 85-122
Abstract | PDF (174.06 KB)
The Raising Analysis of Relative Clauses: A Reply to Borsley
pp. 123-140
Abstract | PDF (81.78 KB)
Illicit Remnant Movement: An Argument for Feature-Driven Movement
pp. 141-156
Abstract | PDF (66.41 KB)
“Substance Abuse” and “Dysfunctionalism”: Current Trends in Phonology
pp. 157-169
Abstract | PDF (53.3 KB)
Subject Honorification in Japanese
pp. 170-176
Abstract | PDF (30.12 KB)
A Type of Head-in-Situ Construction in English
pp. 176-183
Abstract | PDF (31.04 KB)