Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 22

Edited by Mikio Giriko, Naonori Nagaya, Akiko Takemura, and Timothy J. Vance

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 22

Edited by Mikio Giriko, Naonori Nagaya, Akiko Takemura, and Timothy J. Vance

Distributed for Center for the Study of Language and Information

400 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2014
Paper $35.00 ISBN: 9781575867519 Published March 2015
E-book $25.00 ISBN: 9781575868394 Published February 2015
Japanese and Korean are typologically similar, with linguistic phenomena in one often having counterparts in the other. The Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference provides a forum for research, particularly through comparative study, of both languages. The papers in this volume are from the twenty-second conference, which was held at the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. They include essays on the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, discourse analysis, prosody, and psycholinguistics of both languages. Such comparative studies deepen our understanding of both languages and will be a useful reference for students and scholars in either field.
Contents
  • Acknowledgements

Part I Phonology

  • The Adaptation of Contemporary Japanese Loanwords into Korean
    Chiyuki Ito and Michael Kenstowicz

  • The Phonology of Emphatic Morphology in Japanese Mimetics
    Kazutaka Kurisu

  • Rendaku Lovers, Rendaku Haters, and the Logistic Curve
    Mark Irwin

Part II Psycholinguistics

  • A Judgement Study on Aspectual Diagnostics in Japanese
    Kentaro Nakatani and Natsuno Aoki

  • Inferring Verb Meanings from Syntactic Frames by Japanese 2-Year-Old Children: An Experimental Approach Using an IPL Paradigm with a Dialogue Phase
    Tessei Kobayashi and Takaaki Suzuki

  • The Tensed-S Condition (TSC) and the Determination of the Binding Domain of Anaphors in Korean
    Ji-Hye Kim and James H. Yoon

  • An Experimental Investigation of Online and Offline Binding Properties of Korean Reflexives
    Eunah Kim, Myeong Hyeon Kim, and James Yoon

Part III Historical Linguistics

  • Some Korean/Japanese Linguistic Implications of Korean Wooden Tablet Writings
    SeungJae Lee

  • How Adessive Becomes Nominative in Korean Honorifics
    Alan Hyun-Oak Kim

  • A Discrepency in the Degree of Grammaticalization of Korean and Japanese Negative-Sensitive Items: A Corpus-Based Study
    KangHun Park

  • Distributional Patterns of Syntactic and Semantic/Pragmatic Coding in Four Japonic Varieties
    Shoichi Iwasaki and Noriko Yoshimura

  • A Quantitative Approach to Mimetic Diachrony
    Kimi Akita, Satoshi Nakamura, Takanori Komatsu, and Sachiko Hirata-Mogi

Part IV Discourse

  • Territories of Thoughts in Korean Conversation
    Mary Shin Kim

  • Japanese Relative Clauses That Stand Alone
    Yoshiko Matsumoto

  • Korean Discourse and Identity: Lessons from Heritage Language Research
    Agnes Kang

Part V Syntax and Semantics

  • 1-Deletion: Measure Nouns vs. Classifiers
    Akira Watanabe

  • Korean Nominative Case-Stacking: A Configurational Account
    Theodore Levin

  • Multiple Accusative Constructions: The Case of V+tate in Japanese
    Mika Kizu, Peter Sells, and Hidekazu Tanaka

  • A Corpus-Based Analysis of Adverbial Uses of the Quotative TO Construction: Speech and Thought Representation without Speech or Thought Predicates
    Seiko Fujii

  • Japanese Passives with Verbal Nouns
    Yutaka Sata

  • Dual Selections and Relabeling in Japanese and Korean
    Toru Ishii

  • Alternatives Tell You Where You Are
    Yoshiyuki Shibata

  • Genetive Modifiers: ga/no Conversion Revisited
    Masayoshi Shibatani, Sung Yeo Chung, and Bayaerduleng

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