THE ENGLISH LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

ELSJ

Volume 38

Volume 37

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Volume 38, Issue 1

Articles

An In-Situ Analysis of Why-Stripping
Pages 1-32, Hiroko Kimura
Analysis of Subject Contact Relative Constructions Based on Split Feature Inheritance
Pages 33-73, Tetsuya Matsuyama

Brief Articles

The Uniform Hypothesis of Ni-Passives in Japanese and Movement into θ-Position
Pages 74-90, Ryoichiro Kobayashi
Labeling in Inversion Constructions
Pages 91-105, Masako Maeda
Benefactive Adverbial Constructions in Japanese: A Comparison with English
Pages 106-126, Koichi Miyakoshi

Notes and Discussion

Genitive Subjects in Mongolian Exclamatives
Pages 127-138, Lina Bao, Shulun and Hideki Maki

Review Articles

Native Speakers Are Creative and Conservative: What Explain Me This Reveals about the Nature of Linguistic Knowledge
Pages 139-163, Shinya Hirasawa and Yoshiki Nishimura

Reviews

Kotek, Hadas (2018) Composing Questions
Pages 164-175, Yusuke Imanishi
Dayal, Veneeta (2016) Questions
Pages 176-187, Hisashi Morita

Volume 38, Issue 2

Articles

Discourse Patient Paradoxes
Pages 203-241, Koichi Miyakoshi

Notes and Discussion

Argument Ellipsis and NP-Ni in Indirect Passives
Pages 242-249, Ryoichiro Kobayashi
Focus Fronting and Pseudogapping in English as Evidence for Two Types of Focus Projection
Pages 250-262, Shohei Nagata
Am I Understood?: Passivization and Foregrounding
Pages 263-275, Akihiko Sakamoto and Kevin M. McManus

Reviews

Tomasello, Michael (2019) Becoming Human: A Theory of Ontogeny
Pages 276-286, Chie Fukada
Kishimoto, Hideki and Taro Kageyama (eds.) (2019) Rekishikon Kenkyu no Aratana Apurochi (New Approaches to Lexicon Research)
Pages 287-296, Mina Sugimura
Fonteyn, Lauren (2019) Categoriality in Language Change: The Case of the English Gerund
Pages 297-308, Katsuya Sugiura

Volume 37, Issue 1

Articles

A Split Phi-Features Hypothesis and the Origin of the Expletive There
Pages 1-33, Takahiro Honda
Agreement Asymmetries in Welsh
Pages 34-66, Akiko Kobayashi

Brief Articles

On the Historical Development of the English Auxiliary Ought: With Special Reference to Restructuring
Pages 67-79, Toshio Mori

Reviews

Johnson, Mark (2017) Embodied Mind, Meaning, and Reason: How Our Bodies Give Rise to Understanding
Pages 80-89, Masaru Kanetani
Sheehan, Michelle, Theresa Biberauer, Ian Roberts, and Anders Holmberg (2017) The Final-Over-Final Condition: A Syntactic Universal
Pages 90-100, Chizuru Nakao
Berwick, Robert C. and Noam Chomsky (2016) Why Only Us: Language and Evolution
Pages 101-111, Shinri Ohta
Aboh, Enoch, Eric Haeberli, Genoveva Puskás and Manuela Schönenberger (eds.) (2017) Elements of Comparative Syntax: Theory and Description
Pages 112-123, Kenji Sugimoto
Gibbs, Raymond W. Jr. (2017) Metaphor Wars: Conceptual Metaphors in Human Life
Pages 124-135, Kazumi Taniguchi

Volume 37, Issue 2

Invited Articles

A Short Note on English Long and the Why of Negative Polarity
Pages 151-160, Richard S. Kayne

Articles

Implicatures of Vocatives and Their Theoretical Implications
Pages 161-192, Ichiro Hirata

Notes and Discussion

Is Ellipsis Topicalization?
Pages 193-203, Kento Nagatsugu

Reviews

Martins, Ana Maria and Adriana Cardoso (eds.) (2018) Word Order Change
Pages 204-213, Seishirou Ibaraki
Cuyckens, Hubert, Hendrik De Smet, Liesbet Heyvaert and Charlotte Maekelberghe (eds.) (2018) Explorations in English Historical Syntax
Pages 214-223, Yusuke Kume
Bauer, Laurie (2019) Rethinking Morphology
Pages 224-235, Akiko Nagano
Gelderen, Elly van (2018) The Diachrony of Verb Meaning: Aspect and Argument Structure
Pages 236-246, Michiko Ogura
Chafe, Wallace (2018) Thought-based Linguistics: How Languages Turn Thoughts into Sounds
Pages 247-256, Naoki Otani