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Title: 受動名詞とDP分析
Other Titles: ジュドウ メイシ ト DP ブンセキ
Passive Nominal and DP Analysis
Authors: 阿部, 幸一
ABE, Koichi
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1990
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: Originally speaking, the X-bar theory is proposed by Chomsky (1971) in order to explain the similarity between S (entential) structure and N (oun) P (hrase) structure, but thereafter conversely the difference between S structure and NP Structure is rather emerged through the elaboration of the X-bar theory by Jackendoff (1977), Stowell (1981), Chomsky (1981,86) and so on. In particular, Chomsky (1986) postulates that the head of the sentence is I (nfl) and the sentence itself is analyzed as IP. On the other hand, the noun phrase is still analyzed as the NP structure having N as the head. As result, the original idea about the similarity between S and NP in the X-bar theory is now obscured. Recently, against this stream, Abney (1987) and Fukui (1986) suggest the noun phrase structure which resembles S structure. They analyze D as the head of Noun Phrase, and so their analyses are called as DP Analysis. From the view point of such a small field as "passive nominal", DP Analysis can explain the similarity between passive sentences and passive nominals. Then we proceed this paper in the form of the application of DP Analysis to passive nominals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1875
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