Cloth $75.00 ISBN: 9781575863658 Published August 2002
Paper $32.50 ISBN: 9781575863665 Published August 2002

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 11

Edited by Patricia Clancy

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 11
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Edited by Patricia Clancy

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556 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2002
Cloth $75.00 ISBN: 9781575863658 Published August 2002
Paper $32.50 ISBN: 9781575863665 Published August 2002
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. This volume collects papers from the eleventh annual meeting. Papers cover a broad range of topics, including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, discourse analysis, prosody, and psycholinguistics.
Contents
Preface
PART I: GUEST PAPERS
Spatial Semantics and Cognition in Infancy and Adulthood: A Cross Linguistic Study of English and Korean
Soonja Choi
Conceptual Cloning: The Semantic Licensing of Adjuncts and Nonselected Arguments
Taro Kageyama
What the Korean Copula Reveals about the Interaction of Morphology and Syntax
James Yoon
PART II: CONVERSATION, DISCOURSE, AND PROSODY
Functions of the Attitudinal Discourse Marker maa in Japanese Conversation
Atsuko Fukada-Karlin
An Analysis of Increments in Japanese Conversation in Terms of Intonation and Grammar
Chisato Koike
Typology of Accent Languages and the Role of Prosodic Phrasing in English and Japanese
Hiroyuki Nagahara
Some Uses of the Fall-Rise-Fall Terminal Intonation Contour in Korean Conversation
Joseph Sung-Yul Park
Indirect Quotations in Korean Conversations
Sung-Ock S. Sohn and Mee-Jeong Park
Gaze, Head Nodding and Aizuti in Information Presenting Activities
Polly Szatrowski
PART III: GRAMMATICALIZATION AND HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS
Development of Semantic Theme Markers for Desiderative Predicates in Japanese
Yu Hirata
Grammaticalization and Synchronic Variation: A Unified Account of the Discourse-Pragmatics of -na in Korean
Hyo Sang Lee
Honorifics in a Democratized Japan: Changes in the Usage of Keigo Since World War II (A Case Study of Letters and Literature)
Marc Musteric
From Verb Infinitive to Formant/Ending: -si in Early Japanese Adjectives
Charles J. Quinn, Jr.
Kakari Musubi in Comparative Perspective: Old Japanese ka/ya and Okinawan -ga/-i
Rumiko Shinzato and Leon A. Serafim
Reconstructing Temporal Structures in Korean Texts: A Contrastive Study with Japanese
Masakazu Wako, Kaoru Horie, and Shigeru Sato
PART IV: FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
Consonant Harmony in Child Korean: A Comparison with Child English
Mi-Hui Cho
Features of Korean Narrative Discourse Reflected in Native vs. Non-native Conversation
Kyung-Eun Yoon
‘Passive’ Unaccusatives in L2 Acquisition
Noriaki Yusa
PART V: PHONOLOGY
The Korean Post-Obstruent Tensing Rule: Its Domain of Application and Status
Sahyang Kim
Optionality and Neutrality of Vowel Harmony in Korean Ideophones
Minkyung Lee
A Constraint-based Approach to the Opacity Between Consonant Cluster Simplification and Tensification in Korean
Shinsook Lee
A Moraic Account of Liquid Alternation in Korean
Youngjoo Lee
A Perception-based Study of Sonorant Assimilation
Misun Seo
Interaction of Palatalization and Umlaut in Korean: An Optimality Theoretic Account
Chang-kook Suh and Seok Mun Pak
PART VI: SEMANTICS
A Conditioning Factor in Possessor Agreement Constructions
Sungeun Cho
Multiple Times and Multiple Worlds: Modal and Temporal Meaning in BA, TEMO, TEWA, and NARA Conditionals in Japanese
Wesley M. Jacobsen
The Semantics of -teiru in Japanese
Kiyomi Kusumoto
Predication and Discourse Functions of Focusing in Japanese
Yuki Matsuda
PART VII: SYNTAX
Case Particles in Korean are Not Focus Markers: A Minimalist Approach to the Focus Interpretation of Case-Marked NPs
Jung-min Jo
On the Correlation Between Scope Reconstruction and the Proper Binding Condition: A Case Study with Scrambling in Japanese and German
Masakazu Kuno
NP-Analysis of Japanese ‘PP’
Hirotaka Mitomo
The Thematic Roles of Sentential To/Ko Complements in Japanese/Korean
Mitsue Motomura
PART VIII: SYNTAX AND MORPHOLOGY
The Echoed Verb Construction in Korean: Evidence for V-raising
Kiyong Choi
On Conjunct Size in Korean -ko Coordination
Daeho Chung
A New Form of Nominal Ellipsis in Japanese
Richard K. Larson and Hiroko Yamakido
Semantic and Combinatorial Valences for Korean Case Markers and COMPs
Chongwon Park
PART IX: SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS
Pushing Verbs Rack into VP: A Counter-Proposal for the Recent Overt Verb-Raising Analysis in Japanese
Kazuhiko Fukushima
Subject Positions in Japanese
Yukiko Ueda
Index
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