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2.4. Bibliographical notes
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Detailed overviews of nominalization in Dutch can be found in De Haas & Trommelen (1993) and Haeseryn et al. (1997: 879ff.). For a discussion of restrictions on the input verb (in particular ergative verbs) of deverbal constructions of various kinds, see Knopper (1984). For discussions of er-nominalizations, see Booij (1986a, 1986b), Hoekstra (1986) and De Caluwe (1992, 1995). Discussions of the behavior of inf-and/or ing-nominalizations can be found in Ten Cate (1977), Van Haaften et al. (1985), Dik (1985a), Hoekstra & Wehrmann (1985), Hoekstra (1986), Looyenga (1990) and Schoorlemmer (2001), while Van den Hoek (1972) and Mackenzie (1985a) deal exclusively with ge-nominalizations. For a comparison between derivations with the affixes ge- and - erij, see Hüning (1992). Discussion of Dutch picture nouns can be found in Kaan (1992: Ch.5), Vandden Wyngaerd (1994:ch.7) and De Wit (1997). Although dealing with English rather than Dutch, the following publications may also be of interest: Zucchi (1993), who deals with the syntax and semantics of nominalization; Mackenzie (1985b, 1986, 1990, 1996), who takes a functional point of view; and Fu et al. (2001) on process nominals. For a typological study of action nominals, based on 70 languages (including Dutch), see Koptsjevskaja-Tamm (1993).
      Detailed theoretical discussions of argument structure can be found in Williams (1981, 1994) and Grimshaw (1990); for a review of these and other more recent proposals: see to Alexiadou et al. (2007: part IV, chapter 1). For discussions of relational nouns and inalienable possession, the reader is referred to Fillmore (1968), Hawkins (1981), Löbner (1985) and Guéron (1985). Although none of these studies deal with Dutch specifically, they all include material relevant for the Dutch noun phrase. Generative studies on the inheritance of arguments in Dutch include Hoekstra (1984a, 1986), Booij (1986a, 1988, 1992b), and Booij & Van Haaften (1987); Van der Putten (1997) advocates a lexical approach, and Dik (1985a, 1985b) and Mackenzie (1985a, 1986) adopt a functional approach.
      There is quite a body of literature on extraction from the noun phrase. For Dutch, the reader is referred to Coppen (1991), Kaan (1992, Ch.4) and De Wit (1997); see also Van der Does & De Hoop (1998) on the scrambling of definite noun phrases. Earlier studies on extraction include Kooij & Wiers (1977, 1978, 1979), Klein & Van der Toorn (1979) and De Haan (1979). For English, too, tests have been developed to distinguish PP-complements from PP-modifiers; cf. e.g., Radford (1988), Fries (1999) and Huddleston & Pullum (2002). Discussions of extraction from English noun phrases in a generative context can be found in Guéron (1980), Baltin (1983, 1984), Culicover & Rochemont (1990), Rochemont & Culicover (1990) and Davies & Dubinsky (2003).

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