Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 20

Edited by Bjarke Frellesuig and Peter Sells

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 20

Edited by Bjarke Frellesuig and Peter Sells

Distributed for Center for the Study of Language and Information

550 pages | 6 x 9
Paper $35.00 ISBN: 9781575866383 Published July 2013
E-book $28.00 ISBN: 9781575866741 Published July 2013

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 includes essays on the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, discourse analysis, prosody, and psycholinguistics of both languages. This volume will be a useful tool for any researcher or student in either field.

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 Tōkyō 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 Nominals

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

‘Topic’ and ‘Contrast’: A Comparative Approach to Japanese and Korean

REIKO VERMEULEN

Measure Phrase Modification in the Extended Projection of Adjectives

AKIRA WATANABE

Index

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