ERIC Number: ED427527
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 8.
Silva, David J., Ed.
A collection of research in Japanese and Korean linguistics includes: "Repetition, Reformulation, and Definitions: Prosodic Indexes of Elaboration in Japanese" (Mieko Banno); "Projection of Talk Using Language, Intonation, Deictic and Iconic Gestures and Other Body Movements" (Keiko Emmett); "Turn-taking in Japanese Political Debate: Syntax, Intonation, and Semantics" (Hiroko Furo); "Interactive Grammar: The Turn-Final Use of 'nuntey' in Korean and 'kedo' in Japanese" (Yong-Yae Park); "Specificity and Salability: Product Highlighting Strategies in Television Commercials of Japan, Korea, and the U.S." (Susan Strauss); "Direct Discourse and New Character Introductions in Japanese Narrative Discourse" (Noriko Watanabe); "Adjectives and Adjectival Nouns in Japanese: Psychological Processes in Sentence Production" (Noriko Iwasaki and others); "The Psychological Status of Syntactic Constraints on 'Rendaku'" (Tam Kozman); "Head Directionality and Intrasentential Code-Switching: A Study of Japanese Canadian and Korean Americans' Bilingual Speech" (Miwa Nishimura and Keumsil Kim Yoon); "Psycholinguistic Investigation of the Acquisition of Negation in Japanese" (Tetsuya Sano); "Functional Duality of Case-Marking Particles in Japanese and Its Implications for Grammaticalization: A Contrastive Study with Korean" (Kaoru Horie); "Grammaticalization: The Ambiguity of Japanese Morpheme '-e-'" (Tomiko Kodama); "A Unified Analysis of Japanese Adjectives" (Kunio Nishiyama); "Feature Checking and Morphological Merger" (Hiromu Sakai); "'Kakari musubi' Revisited: Its Functions and Development" (Rumiko Shinzato); "Grammaticalization, Aspect, and Emotion: The Case of Japanese '-te shimau' and Korean '-a/e pelita'" (Susan Strauss and Sung-Ock Sohn); "The Function of '-o' in Japanese" (Naoko Takahashi); "The Stage-Level/Individual-Level Distinction: An Analysis of '-te-iru'" (Ayako Yamagata) "Intergestural Overlap and Timing in Korean Palatalization: An Optimality Theoretic Approach" (Taehong Cho); "Sound Symbolism and Sound Change: Weakening of Labials" (Shoko Hamano); "Anti-Trapping Effects in an Iambic System: Vowel Shortening in Korean" (Jong-Kyoo Kim); "The Interaction of Pitch Accent and Vowel Devoicing in Tokyo Japanese" (Mafuyu Kitahara); "The Prosodic Analysis of Intervocalic Tense Consonant Lengthening in Korean" (Mira Oh); "Minimality Constraints and the Prosodic Structure of Child Japanese" (Mitsuhiko Ota); "Sonorant Assimilation within Correspondence Theory" (Oksook Park); "A Reconstruction of Proto-Ryukyuan Accent" (Moriyo Shimabukuro); "Vowel Deletion in Japanese" (Yuki Takatori); "The Old Japanese Vowel System: Implications of Speech Perception" (Natasha Warner); "Why, Contrastive Topic, and LF Movement" (Eun Cho); "On 'selo'" (Daeho Chung and Hong-Keun Park); "Scrambling of Weak NPs in Japanese" (Yasuo Ishii); "VP Complement of HI-Causative" (Ae-Ryung Kim); "Focusing Effects in Korean/Japanese Ellipsis" (Jeong-Seok Kim and Keun-Won Sohn); "A Lexical Mapping Theory Account of Korean Case Alternations" (Steven G. Lapointe); "Scrambling of Wh-Phrases and the Move-F Hypothesis" (Hideki Maki and Masao Ochi); "Structure Within VP in Japanese" (Kazuko Yatsushiro); "Ambiguity of Relational Nouns and the Argument Structure of Nouns" (Jeong-Me Yoon); and "The Strong [neg] Feature of Neg and NPI Licensing in Japanese" (Yasushi Yoshimoto). (MSE)
Descriptors: Adjectives, Advertising, Bilingualism, Broadcast Television, Code Switching (Language), Contrastive Linguistics, Debate, Diachronic Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Foreign Countries, Interpersonal Communication, Intonation, Japanese, Korean, Language Acquisition, Language Patterns, Language Processing, Language Research, Language Variation, Linguistic Theory, Morphology (Languages), Nonverbal Communication, Nouns, Persuasive Discourse, Phonetics, Phonology, Politics, Semantics, Sentence Structure, Uncommonly Taught Languages
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Identifiers - Location: Canada; Japan; South Korea; United States