Bound Focus or How can Association with Focus be Achieved without Going Semantically Astray?

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Linguistik Aktuell. 1999, 24, pp. 55-82. Available under: doi: 10.1075/la.24.03bay
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By the notion "bound focus", we mean phonological prominence and semantic affectedness that is dependent on the presence of a focus-demanding lexical element such as only or even. This paper tries to demonstrate that modem conceptions of syntactic theory such as the Minimalist Program explain in a natural way the various word orders that can be observed. Crucial use is made of the idea that focus particles are either base-generated in a fixed functional position or brought into this position by covert raising or by reconstruction. In deviation from the operation of feature movement ("Move-F'), arguments are provided which suggest that overt movement may indeed include the movement of phrases.

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ISO 690BAYER, Josef, 1999. Bound Focus or How can Association with Focus be Achieved without Going Semantically Astray?. In: Linguistik Aktuell. 1999, 24, pp. 55-82. Available under: doi: 10.1075/la.24.03bay
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  year={1999},
  doi={10.1075/la.24.03bay},
  title={Bound Focus or How can Association with Focus be Achieved without Going Semantically Astray?},
  volume={24},
  journal={Linguistik Aktuell},
  pages={55--82},
  author={Bayer, Josef}
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