THE ENGLISH LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

ELSJ

Volume 33

Volume 32

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Volume 33, Issue 1

Articles

Scrambling and Genitive Subjects in Mongolian
Pages 1-35, Hideki Maki, Lina Bao, Wurigumula Bao and Megumi Hasebe
Deverbal Noun-Forming Processes in English
Pages 36-68, Ryohei Naya

Brief Articles

A Minimalist Analysis of Two Types of English Right Node Raising Constructions
Pages 69-87, Hiroyoshi Tanaka

Notes and Discussion

Be Said to V as an Evidential Construction
Pages 88-99, Yuto Hirayama
Eliminating PF-Reanalysis
Pages 100-107, Ryoichiro Kobayashi
De-activation of ϕ through Pair-Merge
Pages 108-118, Manabu Mizuguchi

Review Articles

Prominence and Structure of Compounds
Pages 119-144, Hisao Tokizaki

Reviews

Łubowicz, Anna (2012) The Phonology of Contrast
Pages 145-156, Haruka Fukazawa
Zamma, Hideki (2013) Patterns and Categories in English Suffixation and Stress Placement: A Theoretical and Quantitative Study
Pages 157-167, Shin-Ichiro Sano
Clements, G. Nick and Rachid Ridouane (eds.) (2011) Where Do Phonological Features Come From?: Cognitive, Physical and Developmental Bases of Distinctive Speech Categories
Pages 168-177, Hidetoshi Shiraishi
de Chene, Brent E. (2014) The Historical Phonology of Vowel Length
Pages 178-189, Chikako Shibata
Parker, Steve (ed.) (2012) The Sonority Controversy
Pages 190-201, Akiko S. Tanaka
Spencer, Andrew (2013) Lexical Relatedness: A Paradigm-based Model
Pages 202-212, Ryo Otoguro

Volume 33, Issue 2

Articles

Word Frequency, Entry Date and Entry Status in Relation to Stress Shifts in English Noun-Verb Pairs
Pages 231-271, Chung-Yu Chen
A Comparative Study of the vP Domain in English and Japanese
Pages 272-306, Takashi Kayashima
The Development of Negative-Initial Constructions in the History of English
Pages 307-339, Koji Koike
Embedded Imperatives in Control
Pages 340-376, Asako Matsuda
Semi-Lexical Categories in Word-Formation: A Case Study in Japanese Mimetic Compounds
Pages 377-414, Ryohei Naya and Keita Ikarashi
On the Nature of English Gerunds
Pages 415-444, Sho Shimokariya
A Unified Account of Elliptical Constructions in Terms of Labeling Theory
Pages 445-477, Rumi Takaki

Brief Articles

On the Scope of Naze ‘Why’ in Japanese
Pages 478-498, Megumi Hasebe, Hideki Maki and Fumikazu Niinuma

Notes and Discussion

Why Is the Wdydwyd Construction Used in the Way It Is Used?
Pages 499-510, Shinya Hirasawa

Review Articles

Is the Theory of Politeness Pragmalinguistic or Sociopragmatic?: A New Look into the Universality/Culture-Specificity Divide
Pages 511-543, Hiroaki Tanaka

Reviews

Reed, Lisa A. (2014) Strengthening the PRO Hypothesis
Pages 544-555, Kohsuke Kishi
Gengel, Kirsten (2013) Pseudogapping and Ellipsis
Pages 556-566, Taichi Nakamura
Luraghi, Sylvia and Heiko Narrog (eds.) (2014) Perspectives on Semantic Roles
Pages 567-579, Junichi Toyota
Petré, Peter (2014) Constructions and Environments: Copular, Passive, and Related Constructions in Old and Middle English
Pages 580-590, Yusuke Kume
Los, Bettelou, Corrien Blom, Geert Booij, Marion Elenbaas and Ans van Kemenade (2012) Morphosyntactic Change: A Comparative Study of Particles and Prefixes
Pages 591-603, Reijirou Shibasaki
Traugott, Elizabeth Closs and Graeme Trousdale (2013) Constructionalization and Constructional Changes
Pages 604-615, Hiroshi Ohashi
Piattelli-Palmarini, Massimo and Robert C. Berwick (eds.) (2013) Rich Languages from Poor Inputs
Pages 616-631, Keiko Murasugi

Volume 32, Issue 1

Invited Articles

The Causative Alternation Revisited: Constraints and Variation
Pages 1-21, Artemis Alexiadou

Articles

On Labeling in Free Relative Clauses in English
Pages 22-58, Takahiro Tozawa

Brief Articles

Does Modern Chinese Allow Genitive Subjects?
Pages 59-77, Hideki Maki, Ling-Yun Fan and Can Wang
The Syntactic Structure of Wh-Syntactic Amalgams
Pages 78-101, Tetsuya Matsuyama

Notes and Discussion

Puzzles with the Subject Position in Irish
Pages 102-113, Dónall P. Ó Baoill and Hideki Maki

Articles on a Specified Topic

Introduction: Public/Private-Self-Centeredness and Grammatical Phenomena in Japanese and English—The Perspective of the Three-Tier Model of Language Use
Pages 114-119, Takashi Shizawa and Yukio Hirose
An Overview of the Three-Tier Model of Language Use
Pages 120-138, Yukio Hirose
The Grammatical Significance of Private Expression and Its Implications for the Three-Tier Model of Language Use
Pages 139-155, Hiroaki Konno
The Rhetorical Effect of Locative Inversion Constructions from the Perspective of the Three-Tier Model of Language Use
Pages 156-176, Takashi Shizawa

Reviews

Berent, Iris (2013) The Phonological Mind
Pages 177-184, Mafuyu Kitahara
Bobalijk, Jonathan D. (2012) Universals in Comparative Morphology: Suppletion, Superlatives and the Structure of Words
Pages 185-197, Takumi Tagawa
Haider, Hubert (2013) Symmetry Breaking in Syntax
Pages 198-210, Hironobu Kasai
Pustejovsky, James, Pierrette Bouillon, Hiroshi Isahara, Kyoko Kanzaki and Chungmin Lee (eds.) (2013) Advances in Generative Lexicon Theory
Pages 211-222, Takeshi Usuki
Narrog, Heiko (2012) Modality, Subjectivity and Semantic Change: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective
Pages 223-235, Osamu Sawada
Lutzky, Ursula (2012) Discourse Markers in Early Modern English
Pages 236-244, Risako Ide

Volume 32, Issue 2

Articles

Indeterminate Pronoun Binding and Bound Pronouns in Japanese Raising-to-Object Construction: Agree-based Construal
Pages 261-292, Naoyuki Akaso
Ordering Relations among Positional Functions: Constraints vs. Rules
Pages 293-326, Sha Liu

Brief Articles

The Absolutive/Genitive Alternation in Selayarese
Pages 327-345, Hideki Maki, Hasan Basri

Notes and Discussion

Two Types of Extraposition Construction in English
346-356, Ryoichi Kondo

Reviews

Nakatani, Kentaro (2013) Predicate Concatenation: A Study of the V-te V Predicate in Japanese
Pages 357-370, Chiharu Uda Kikuta
Demonte, Violeta and Louise McNally (eds.) (2012) Telicity, Change, and State: A Cross-Categorial View of Event Structure
Pages 371-384, Shungo Kanazawa
Borer, Hagit (2013) Taking Form (Structuring Sense: Volume III)
Pages 385-396, Fumikazu Niinuma
Landau, Idan (2013) Control in Generative Grammar: A Research Companion
Pages 397-409, Shin-Ichi Kitada
Gilquin, Gaëtanelle and Sylvie De Cock (eds.) (2013) Errors and Disfluencies in Spoken Corpora
Pages 410-418, Toshihiko Kubota
Patten, Amanda L. (2012) The English It-Cleft: A Constructional Account and a Diachronic Investigation
Pages 419-431, Chiaki Kumamoto
Mani, Inderjeet and James Pustejovsky (2012) Interpreting Motion: Grounded Representations for Spatial Language
Pages 432-441, Toru Suzuki
Evans, Vyvyan (2013) Language and Time: A Cognitive Linguistics Approach
Pages 442-453, Masuhiro Nomura
Senft, Gunter (2014) Understanding Pragmatics
Pages 454-465, Kishiko Ueno