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Les expressions nominales à classificateurs et les propositions à cas multiples du coréen : recherches sur leur syntaxe interne et mise en évidence de quelques convergences structurales

Abstract : This dissertation studies the syntax of Classifiers and of Multiple Case Constructions in Korean. The framework is basically Kayne's Antisymmetry theory, but some fundamental tools developed by Chomsky's Minimalist Program are also used, such as Formal Feature Checking. In the first part, the nature of the Classifier and the internal structure of the nominal expressions that contain it are investigated and distinct heads and projections such as Classifier (Phrase) are shown to be necessary. It is argued that a partially parallel syntactic treatment for the nominal and clausal domains in Korean may be established. In the second part, which is devoted to clausal structure with Multiple Case Constructions (i.e. when the same "Case-marker" turns up on several arguments), it is argued that those morphemes are not in fact real Case markers, but clausal functional heads, and that these constructions can be derived via iteration of those heads, followed by a movement triggered by "Attract".
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Soyoung Roger-Yun. Les expressions nominales à classificateurs et les propositions à cas multiples du coréen : recherches sur leur syntaxe interne et mise en évidence de quelques convergences structurales. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2002. Français. ⟨tel-00002834⟩

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