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It helps students develop their thinking and argumentation skills rather than merely introducing them to one particular version of syntactic theory.
Thinking Syntactically: A Guide to Argumentation and Analysis
Structured around a wide range of exercises that use clear and compelling logic to build arguments and lead up to theoretical proposals.
Data drawn from current media sources, including newspapers, books, and television programs, to help students formulate and test hypotheses. Thinklng in spirit, but does not focus on specific theoretical approaches but enables students to understand and evaluate different approaches more easily.
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The main goal of the book is to create a mindsetfor scientific thinking and gives students a heightened sensitivityto language that empowers them to go beyond the material taught inclass. Though generative in spirit, this textbook does not focus onteaching the details of a specific theoretical approach, but ratherenables students to understand and evaluate different approachesmore easily. The book is structured around a wide range of exercises that useclear and haeegeman logic to build arguments and lead up totheoretical proposals.
Each step is conceptually and empiricallymotivated to cultivate the argumentation skills of the thinkiing. Using data drawn haegeeman current media sources including newspapersand novels, Liliane Haegeman helps students formulate and testhypotheses.
Table of contents Preface. The Scientific Study of Language. Diagnostics for Syntactic Structure.
Lexical Projections and Functional Projections. From One Subject Position to Many. The Periphery of the Sentence. Review Text “This is a strikingly original book. With her usual flair and a host of attested examples, Liliane Haegeman has provided a painless and perceptive introduction to the science of syntax. Haegeman makes a virtue of this, shows where it leads haegemam how remarkable the human capacity for language is once one thinks of it formally. She has a wonderful eye and many of her examples are drawn from newspapers and novels.
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