Underlying Representations That Do Not Minimize Grammatical Violations
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CitationNevins, Andrew, and Bert Vaux. 2007. Underlying representations that do not minimize grammatical violations. In Freedom of Analysis?, ed. S. Blaho, P. Bye, and M. Kramer, 35-61. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
AbstractIn this paper we review evidence from a variety of sources, including deneutralization studies, that indicate that the choice of underlying representations is governed by causal reasoning, statistical inference, orthographic knowledge, and hypercorrection, but rarely, if ever, by a principle of minimizing faithfulness violations.
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