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Proceedings of the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
edited by Aaron Kaplan, Abby Kaplan, Miranda K. McCarvel, and Edward J. Rubin
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Contents

This proceedings will be published approximately March 15, 2017. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!

Preface
Aaron Kaplan, Abby Kaplan, Miranda K. McCarvel, and Edward J. Rubin
vii

Cumulative Constraint Interactions: Violations and Domains Encompassing Segmental Spans
Rachel Walker
1-15

Perspective on Korean Anaphors: Comparing Inanimate cachey vs. Animate caki-casin
Dorothy Ahn and Isabelle Charnavel
16-23

Agreement and Anaphora in the Context of Imposters
Faruk Akkuş
24-31

A Syntactic Analysis of Rhetorical Questions
Asier Alcázar
32-41

Non-templatic Plural Reduplication in Tohono O'odham
Skye Anderson and Ryan Walter Smith
42-51

The Interaction of Stress and Syllabification: Serial or Parallel?
Arto Anttila and Naomi Tachikawa Shapiro
52-61

Russian –sja as a Verbalizer
David Basilico
62-69

The Semantic Contribution of Idiosyncratic Roots in Ditransitive Verbs
John Beavers and Andrew Koontz-Garboden
70-80

Different Paths in Directed Manner of Motion Constructions
Alison Biggs
81-88

Prosody of Focus in a Language with a Fixed Focus Position: Evidence from Georgian
Lena Borise
89-96

On Clitic Doubling and Argument Ellipsis
Željko Bošković
97-106

Initial Stages of Events: The Atayal Unmarked Predicates
Sihwei Chen
107-114

The Epistemic Indefinite shenme in Mandarin
Zhuo Chen
115-121

Raising Awareness with Imperatives
Phil Crone
122-130

Roots in Adpositional Domains: Reasons to Include a little p_ Categorial Head
Robert Joel Deacon
131-140

Syntactic Ergativity as Case Discrimination
Amy Rose Deal
141-150

Why Affixal Negation Is Syntactic
Karen De Clercq and Guido Vanden Wyngaerd
151-158

A Compositional Semantics for Turkish Correlatives
Ömer Demirok
159-166

Multiple and Cyclic Agree: Person/Number Marking in Cheyenne
Miloje Despić, Michael David Hamilton, and Sarah E. Murray
167-176

Testing the QUD Approach: Children's Comprehension of Scopally Ambiguous Questions
Federica di Bacco, Lyn Tieu, Vincenzo Moscati, Raffaella Folli, Christina Sevdali, and Jacopo Romoli
177-186

A Closer Look: Investigating the Mechanisms of Syntactic Satiation
Monica Do and Elsi Kaiser
187-194

Subjectivity and Evaluation in Standard Setting: A Study on Mandarin hen
Huilin Fang
195-204

Pseudogapping Does Not Involve Heavy Shift
Michael Fetters and Aaron Steven White
205-213

Modal Scope in Negative Inversion Constructions
Naomi Francis
214-221

Effects of Telicity and Agentivity on Floating Numeral Quantifiers as an Unaccusative Diagnostic
Shin Fukuda
222-231

Location Verbs and the Instrument-Subject Alternation
Alfredo García-Pardo
232-240

German Relative Clauses and the Severed Index Hypothesis
Emily Hanink and Julian Grove
241-248

Loanword Adaptation in Québec French: Evidence for Weighted Scalar Constraints
Brian Hsu and Karen Jesney
249-258

Derived Ergative in Ixil
Yusuke Imanishi
259-266

Indirect Evidentials: More Arguments for the Sentience Domain Projection
Monica Alexandrina Irimia
267-276

Interactions between Similarity and Proximity in Dissimilation: Swedish Case Study
Hayeun Jang
277-286

The Licensing Head Xº[E]: Can It Be Deleted? If So, Why and How?
Wonsuk Jung
287-294

Some QPs, but Not All, Interact with Prosody
Chorong Kang
295-302

Degree Achievement in Across-Individuals
Chorong Kang and Maria Luisa Zubizarreta
303-310

Phonological Learning Bias in Tone Retention Patterns
Sophia Kao
311-318

Incomplete Neutralization and the (A)symmetry of Paradigm Uniformity
Abby Kaplan
319-328

An Intervention Approach to Antiagreement
Kunio Kinjo
329-338

An Applicative Approach to Major Object Constructions in East Asian Languages
Daiho Kitaoka
339-346

Change of State Verbs and the Semantics of Roots
Andrew Koontz-Garboden and John Beavers
347-354

Is There Any Defective Intervention in the Syntax?
Mihaela Marchis Moreno and Carolina Petersen
355-363

Head-Splitting in the Wolof Clausal Periphery
Martina Martinović
364-371

The Morpho-syntax of Hawaiian Valency Morphology
David J. Medeiros
372-378

The Standard Marker in Malayalam Encodes Comparative Semantics
Mythili Menon
379-386

Experiencers Do Not Categorically Block Long-Distance Control of PRO: Evidence from Naturalness Ratings and Eye Movements During Reading
Alexandra Motut and Margaret Grant
387-394

Pair-Merge and Feature-Valuation via Minimal Search: Evidence from Icelandic
Masashi Nomura
395-403

Nouns Attributively Modifying Adjectives in English
Charlie O'Hara
404-412

Inverse Marking as Impoverishment
Will Oxford
413-422

Propositional how Questions and Negation
Marjorie Pak
423-430

Complex Predication via Phrasal Adjunction to a Head Category
Yağmur Sağ
431-438

A Corpus-Based Study of Phonological Variation: The Domain of OCP and Morphological Boundaries
Shin-ichiro Sano
439-446

The Reanalysis of Lithuanian Reflexive -si-: A DM Approach
Milena Šereikaitė
447-453

Major Phrases Are Binary: Evidence from Taiwan Mandarin Flat Structure
Shu-hao Shih
454-461

Taraldsen's Generalization in Diachrony: Evidence from a Diachronic Corpus
Alexandra Simonenko, Benoît Crabbé, and Sophie Prévost
462-469

The Syntax of Focus Association in Dutch and German: Evidence from Scope Reconstruction
Liz Smeets and Michael Wagner
470-480

Ellipsis or Pro-Form: Reconstruction Effects of Sluicing in Mandarin Chinese
Wei Song and Masaya Yoshida
481-489

Partial Cyclicity and Restrictions on Neg-raising
Frank Staniszewski
490-497

Between you and me: Two Crosslinguistic Generalizations on Person Restrictions
Adrian Stegovec
498-508

On the Existence of DPs and Bi-phasal Nominals in Bangla
Saurov Syed and Andrew Simpson
509-518

Phonotactically-Driven Rendaku in Surnames: A Linguistic Study Using Social Media
Yu Tanaka
519-528

More Arguments against Japanese as a Mora Language
Koichi Tateishi
529-535

Reciprocal Verbal Compounds and Null Reciprocals in Japanese
Yuta Tatsumi
536-543

Deriving Inverse-Marking Patterns in Nishnaabemwin
Sigwan Thivierge
544-553

Preverbal Number Phrases in Mandarin and the Scalar Reasoning of jiu
Cheng-Yu Edwin Tsai
554-561

The have yet to Construction: A Microcomparative Account
Matthew Tyler and Jim Wood
562-571

Deriving Specificity, Freechoice and Ignorance with Q-particles in Sinhala
Tharanga Weerasooriya
572-581

Markedness Effects in Visual Processing of Nonnative Onset Clusters
Mackenzie Young and Colin Wilson
582-589

LITTLE: Not a Dichotomy-Based Negation Operator, but a Trivalence-Based Polar Opposition Operator
Linmin Zhang and Jia Ling
590-598


This proceedings will be published approximately March 15, 2017. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!