Generative linguistics : a historical perspective /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Newmeyer, Frederick J.
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Routledge, 1996.
Series:Routledge history of linguistic thought series.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
  • part Part I General trends
  • chapter 2 Bloomfield, Jakobson, Chomsky, and the roots of generative grammar
  • chapter 3 The structure of the field of linguistics and its consequences for women
  • chapter 4 Has there been a 'Chomskyan revolution' in linguistics?
  • chapter 5 Rules and principles in the historical development of generative syntax
  • chapter 6 Chomsky's 1962 programme for linguistics
  • A retrospective / Co-authored with Stephen R. Anderson, Sandra Chung and James McCloskey
  • chapter 7 Linguistic diversity and universal grammar
  • Forty years of dynamic tension within generative grammar
  • part Part II The linguistic wars
  • chapter 8 The steps to generative semantics
  • chapter 9 The end of generative semantics
  • chapter 10 Review of Geoffrey J. Huck and John A. Goldsmith, Ideology and Linguistic Theory: Noam Chomsky and the Deep Structure Debates
  • chapter 11 Review of The Best of CLS: A Selection of Out-of-Print Papers from 1968 to 1975, edited by Eric Schiller, Barbara Need, / Douglas Varley
  • part Part III Grammatical theory and second language learning
  • chapter 12 The ontogenesis of the field of second language learning research
  • chapter 13 The current convergence in linguistic theory
  • Some implications for second language acquisition research
  • chapter 14 Competence vs. performance; theoretical vs. applied
  • The development and interplay of two dichotomies in modern linguistics.