Object movement (object shift and scrambling)
Hans Broekhuis
November 2017

This review article is intended for a handbook on Germanic languages. It differs from previous reviews of Scandinavian object shift and continental W-Germanic scrambling in that it adopts as a null hypothesis that the two phenomena should be given a unified treatment.
Format: [ pdf ]
Reference: lingbuzz/003217
(please use that when you cite this article)
Published in: to be published in The Cambridge Handbook of Germanic Linguistics (ed. Michael Putnam & Richard page)
keywords: object shift, a-scrambling, a'-scrambling, effect-on-output, information structure, intonation, holmberg's generalization, order preservation, vp-topicalization, semantics, syntax, phonology
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