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Nakamura Masanori

ナカムラ マサノリ | Nakamura Masanori
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Linguistics
Research keywords  (1): 言語学
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Comparative Syntax
  • 言語学
MISC (26):
  • 中村 政徳. Case Morphology and Island Repair, In Sluicing: Cross-linguistic Perspectives. Oxford University Press. 2012
  • 中村 政徳. Wh-agreement as Anti-intervention, In Generative Investigations. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2011
  • 中村 政徳. The Ellipsis Movement Generalization and the Notion of Phase, In InterPhases. Oxford University Press. 2009
  • 中村 政徳. Two Types of Wh-in-situ, In Language Universals and Variation. Praeger. 2002
  • 中村 政徳. On Feature Movement, In Dimentions of Movement. John Benjamins. 2002
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Books (4):
  • On Feature Movement. In Dimentions of Movement.
    John Benjamins 2002
  • Two Types of Wh-in-situ. In Language Universals and Variation.
    Praeger 2002
  • On the Role of Interpretability. In The Minimalist Parameter.
    John Benjamins 2001
  • Global Issues
    NELS 28 1998
Lectures and oral presentations  (16):
  • Null Operators, Ellipsis, and Scrambling
    (Minimalist Approaches to Syntactic Locality 2009)
  • Cyclic Linearization and Null Operator Movement
    (18th Colloquium on Generative Grammar 2008)
  • Wh-agreement as Anti-intervention
    (6th Generative Linguistics in Poland 2008)
  • The Ellipsis Movement Generalization and the Notion of Phase
    (InterPhases 2006)
  • Ellipsis, Movement, and Cyclicity
    (AUCOXF Conference on Languages and Linguistics 2006)
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Education (1):
  • - 1996 McGill University
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Philosophy (McGill University)
Association Membership(s) (5):
日本言語学会 ,  The Linguistic Society of America ,  The Linguistics Association of Great Britain ,  Linguistics Association of Great Britain ,  Linguistic Society of America
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