Japanese/Korean Linguistics: Volume 6

Centre for the Study of Language & Information (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 1. Juni 1997
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  • 746 Seiten
978-1-57586-088-6 (ISBN)
The papers in this volume are intended to further compare and/or contrast research in both the Japanese and Korean languages.
UK ed
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978-1-57586-088-6 (9781575860886)
Preface; Part I. Guest Papers: 1. Un-altaic features of the Korean verb Samuel E. Martin; 2. Towards a theory of desirability in conditional reasoning Noriko Akatsuka; Part II. Historical Linguistics: 3. On the origins of Japanese sentence particles Ka and Zo Charles J. Quinn, Jr.; 4. The kakari particle Namu in Heian discourse J. Paul Warnick; 5. The origin of register in Japanese and the Altaic theory Alexander Vovin; 6. Word-initial low register in Proto-Japanese Moriyo Shimabukuro; 7. Another source of m-b variation in Japanese Blaine Erickson; 8. Kakarimusubi from a comparative perspective John Whitman; 9. Pre-Sino-Korean and pre-Sino-Japanese: reexamining an old problem from a modern perspective Marc H. Miyake; Part III. Phonology: 10. NN: Rendaku and licensing paradox Keiichiro Suzuki; 11. Korean place and sonorant assimilations in optimality theory Hyeonkwan Cho; 12. Constraints on post-obstruent tensification in Korean Seok-Chae Rhee; 13. Perception of Japanese pitch accent by Koreans and its implication for understanding phonological structures Yasuhiko Sukegawa and Shigeru Sato; 14. Umlaut in Kyungsang Korean: the optimal domains theoretic account Seung-Hoon Shin; 15. Generalized alignment and prosodic subcategorization in Korean Hyunsook Kang and Borim Lee; 16. Aspiration in Korean phonology Mira Oh; Part IV. Syntax: 17. Feature-based account of complementizer deletion Hirotaka Mitomo; 18. Tense in the subject-raising construction Kaoru Ohta; 19. Two types of synthetic compounds and move-affix in Korean Chung-Kon Shi; 20. Numeral classifiers as adverbs of quantification Yukiko Sasaki Alam; 21. Opacity and subjunctive complements in Japanese Asako Uchibori; 22. NPIs outside of negation scope Daeho Chung and Hong-Keun Park; 23. Argument selection of Sino-Korean verbal nouns Yunsun Jung; 24. Argument structure changes in the Korean benefactive construction Seok-Hoon You; 25. Incorporation in syntax and LF: the case of light verb constructions and temporal constructions in Japanese Hiroto Hoshi; Part V. Semantics: 26. Verb lexicalization patterns in Korean - with focus on motion conflation in complex verb constructions Young-Joo Kim; 27. On the primacy of progressive over resultative state: the case of Japanese -teiru Yasuhiro Shirai; 28. Groups as event-oriented entities Eun-Joo Kwak; 29. Topic and focus in Korean: the information partition by phrase structure and morphology Hye-Won Choi; Part VI. Discourse: 30. An exploration of sentence-final uses of the quotative particle in Japanese spoken discourse Makoto Hayashi; 31. An expanded concept of speakerhood in Japanese discourse Dina R. Yoshimi; 32. Japanese keto: discourse genre and grammaticization Toshihide Nakayama and Kumiko Ichihashi-Nakayama; 33. How 'seeing' approaches 'knowing' in Korean, Japanese, and English: an analysis of pota, miru, and see Yong Yae Park and Susan Strauss; 34. Discourse motivations for referential choice in Korean acquisition Patricia M. Clancy; 35. On the function of the Japanese particle wa: new light on two distinct uses of the te-wa construction Setsuko Arita; 36. A cognitive account of the Korean morpheme - se: a marker of inclusiveness Susan Strauss; 37. The discourse function of the -myen clause in Korean Chang-Bong Lee; Index.

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