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5.2.4. Bibliographical notes
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Although sentential complementation has been a central concern in syntactic research over the last fifty years, it is often difficult to point to specific studies; the data is often found in traditional grammars already and discussed by many authors. Of course, it is possible to identify several (especially early) seminal studies like Kiparsky & Kiparsky (1970), Bresnan (1972), and Grimshaw (1979), but much of what is found in this (and the previous) chapter has been developed over the years by various authors, and it is therefore easier to refer to specific studies during our discussions. Nevertheless, we want to highlight a number of studies that we used in our discussion of some more special issues. The distinction between control and subject raising is one of the main issues in the first two subsections of Section 5.2. Control theory has been a continuous concern of generative grammar since Rosenbaum (1967). We refer the reader to Williams (1980), Manzini (1983), Koster (1984a/1984b), Van Riemsdijk & Williams (1986), Haegeman (1994), Jaworska (1999), Hornstein (2001) and Dubinsky & Davies (2005) for reviews of and contributions to the more theoretical discussion. Other important studies, which also discuss the relevant Dutch data, are Bennis & Hoekstra (1989a/1989c), Van Haaften (1991), Everaert (1991), Vanden Wyngaerd (1994), Broekhuis et al. (1995), and Petter (1998). Bennis & Hoekstra (1989a/1989c) also provided the starting point of the discussion of subject raising in Section 5.2.2.2.

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  • Bennis, Hans & Hoekstra, Teun1989PRO and the Binding TheoryBennis, Hans & Kemenade, Ans van (eds.)Linguistics in the Netherlands 1989Dordrecht11-20
  • Bennis, Hans & Hoekstra, Teun1989Generatieve grammaticaDordrechtForis Publications
  • Bennis, Hans & Hoekstra, Teun1989PRO and the Binding TheoryBennis, Hans & Kemenade, Ans van (eds.)Linguistics in the Netherlands 1989Dordrecht11-20
  • Bennis, Hans & Hoekstra, Teun1989Generatieve grammaticaDordrechtForis Publications
  • Bresnan, Joan1972Theory of complementation in English syntaxMITThesis
  • Broekhuis, Hans, Besten, Hans den, Hoekstra, Kees & Rutten, Jean1995Infinitival complementation: on remnant extrapositionThe Linguistic Review1293-122
  • Dubinsky, Stanley W. & Davies, William D2005Control and raisingBrown, Keith (ed.)The encyclopedia of language & linguisticsOxford (etc)Elsevier131-139
  • Everaert, Martin1991InfinitiefzinnenModel, Jan (ed.)Grammatische analyse: syntactische verschijnselen van het Nederlands en EngelsDordrechtICG Publications
  • Grimshaw, Jane1979Complement selection and the lexiconLinguistic Inquiry10279-326
  • Haaften, Ton van1991De interpretatie van verzwegen subjectenFree University AmsterdamThesis
  • Haegeman, Liliane1994Introduction to government and binding theoryOxford/Cambridge (Mass.)Wiley-Blackwell
  • Hornstein, Norbert2001Move! A minimalist theory of construalGenerative Syntax 5Malden, MA/Oxford (UK)Blackwell Publishers
  • Jaworska, Ewa1999ControlBrown, Keith & Miller, Jim (eds.)Concise encyclopedia of grammatical categoriesAmsterdam (etc)Elsevier
  • Kiparsky, Paul & Kiparsky, Carol1970FactBierwisch, Manfred & Heidolph, Karl Erich (eds.)Progress in linguisticsThe Hague/ParisMouton143-173
  • Koster, Jan1984Infinitival complements in DutchGeest, Wim de & Putseys, Yvan (eds.)Sentential complementationForis Publications141-150
  • Koster, Jan1984Anaphoric and non-anaphoric controlLinguistic Inquiry15417-459
  • Manzini, Maria Rita1983On control and control theoryLinguistic Inquiry14421-446
  • Petter, Marga1998Getting PRO under control. A syntactic analysis of the nature and distribution of unexpressed subjects in non-finite and verbless clausesAmsterdamFree University AmsterdamThesis
  • Riemsdijk, Henk van & Williams, Edwin1986Introduction to the theory of grammarCurrent studies in linguistics seriesCambridge, Mass.MIT Press
  • Rosenbaum, Peter S1967The grammar of English predicate complement constructionsCambridge (Mass.)MIT Press
  • Williams, Edwin1980PredicationLinguistic Inquiry11203-238
  • Wyngaerd, Guido vanden1994PRO-legomena. Distribution and Reference of infinitival subjectsLinguistic Models 19Berlin/New YorkMouton de Gruyter
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