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Japanese/Korean linguistics

Author: Hajime Hoji; Patricia Marie Clancy; Stanford Linguistics Association.; Center for the Study of Language and Information (U.S.)
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Published for the Stanford Linguistics Association by the Center for the Study of Language and Information, ©1990-c<2006>
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English
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The Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference is a site for research on Japanese and Korean in a variety of areas, as well as comparative research on similarities and difference between the two languages. The papers included in this volume are from the 20th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, which was held at the University of Oxford. The contributions include studies in syntax, semantics, phonology, prosody,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hajime Hoji; Patricia Marie Clancy; Stanford Linguistics Association.; Center for the Study of Language and Information (U.S.)
ISBN: 0937073563 9780937073568 0937073571 9780937073575 1881526143 9781881526148 1881526135 9781881526131 9781575868400 1575868407 9781881526650 1881526658 188152664X 9781881526643 1575860899 9781575860893 1575860880 9781575860886 1575862646 9781575862644 1575862638 9781575862637 1575863421 9781575863429 157586343X 9781575863436 1575865181 9781575865188 9781575866543 1575866544 9781575866536 1575866536 9781575867526 1575867524 9781684000258 1684000254 1881252664 9781575865799 1575865793 9781575865805 1575865807 9781575866161 1575866161 9781575866192 1575866196 9781575866383 1575866382 9781575868387 1575868385 9781575867519 1575867516 9781881252665 1881252663 9781684000654 1684000653
OCLC Number: 22812242
Notes: Vol. 1 contains: "Papers presented at the Southern California Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, held August 4-6, 1989 at the University of California, Los Angeles"; v. 2-12, <14>: papers presented at the annual Conferences, held each different times and places.
Vol. 2, <11> edited by Patricia M. Clancy; v. 3-<10, 12, 14>: has each different editor or editors.
Description: volumes <1-12, 14> : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgements --
Part I. Discourse --
Sequential Context of -canh-a(yo): Hearers' Perspective / Hee Ju, Sung-Ock Sohn --
The Korean Adverb Kunyang in Spoken Discourse / Mary Shin Kim, Jieun Kim --
The Formulaic Expressions of 'Thing' in Spoken and Written Registers: A Corpus Study of Bound Nouns Kes and Ke in Korean / Sung-Ock Sohn, Kilim Nam --
Part II. Historical Linguistics --
Analysis and Value of Hentai Kambun as Japanese / Edith Aldridge --
The Split of the Tokyo Type Tone System into a Number of Subtypes, and What This Can Tell Us About the Tone System of Proto-Japanese / Elisabeth M. De Boer --
Ryukyuan Perspectives on the Proto-Japonic Vowel System / Thomas Pellard --
Agreement and the Restructuring of the Japanese Pronominal System / Yuko Yanagida --
Part III. Phonology and Phonetics --
Mimetic Vowel Harmony / Kimi Akita, Mutsumi Imai, Noburo Saji, Katerina Kantartzis, Sotaro Kita --
The Vowel System and Vowel Harmony in 15th Century Korean: 'Alay-a' (·) Revisited / Young-Key Kim-Renaud --
Constraint Inviolability in Japanese Mimetic Palatalization / Kazutaka Kurisu --
Tone System in Itoman / Nobutaka Takara --
Transition to a Two-Type Accent System in Tokyo Japanese? The Behavior of Surnames / Timothy J. Vance, Manami Hirayama, Mikio Giriko --
Part IV. Experimental Linguistics --
Japanese and Korean Speakers' Production of Mimetic Words / Noriko Iwasaki, Lucien Brown, Sotaro Kita, David Vinson --
Seoul Korean Subjects' Perception of Japanese Pitch-accent: Evidence for the Absence of Tonogenesis in Korean / Hyunsoon Kim --
Comprehension of VP-ellipsis and Null Object Constructions in Korean / Jinsook Kim --
Korean L2 Speakers' Phonological Representation of the English /l/-/r/ Contrast / Lucy Kyoungsook Kim, Elsi Kaiser --
Three Types of 'Root Infinitives': Theoretical Implications from Child Japanese / Keiko Murasugi, Tomomi Nakatani --
The Acquisition of the Japanese Imperfective Aspect Marker: Universal Predisposition or Input Frequency / Yasuhiro Shirai, Yoko Suzuki --
Children's Interpretations of Quantifier Scope Interactions in Japanese / Kyoko Yamakoshi --
Part V. Syntax and Semantics --
Semantic Realization of the Layered TP: Evidence from the Ambiguity of the Sentential Koto-nominal / Yurie Hara, Youngju Kim, Hiromu Sakai, Sanae Tamura --
Kuroda's Left-headedness and Linkers / Ken Hiraiwa --
On Japanese Indirect Passives / Hidehito Hoshi --
Postsyntactic Compounds and Semantic Head-marking in Japanese / Taro Kageyama --
Ani 'no'-prefaced Responses to WH-questions as Challenges in Korean Conversation / Hye Ri Stephanie Kim --
Forward and Backward Feature Agreement: Evidence from Korean Numeral Classifier Constructions / On-Soon Lee --
Two Modes of Argument Selection in Nominate / Naoyuki Ono --
What can Japanese Dialects tell us about the Function and Development of the Nominalization Particle no / Masayoshi Shibatani --
The Perfective Imperative in Japanese / Axel Svahn, Reiko Vermeulen --
Measure Phrase Modification in the Extended Projection of Adjectives / Akira Watanabe --
Index.
Responsibility: edited by Hajime Hoji.
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Japanese and Korean are typologically similar, with linguistic phenomena in one often having counterparts in the other. This volume features essays on the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics,  Read more...

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