Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 6

Edited by Ho-min Sohn and John Haig

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 6

Edited by Ho-min Sohn and John Haig

Distributed for Center for the Study of Language and Information

400 pages | 6 x 9 | © 1997
Paper $32.50 ISBN: 9781575860886 Published June 1997
E-book $22.75 ISBN: 9781575869643 Published January 2017


Part I. Guest Papers

Un-Altaic Features of the Korean Verb
Samuel E. Martin

Towards a Theory of Desirability in Conditional Reasoning
Noriko Akatsuka

Part II. Historical Linguistics

On the Origins of Japanese Sentence Particles Ka and Zo
Charles J. Quinn, Jr.

The Kakari Particle Namu in Heian Discourse
J. Paul Warnick

The Origin of Register in Japanese and the Altaic Theory
Alexander Vovin

Word-initial Low Register in Proto-Japanese
Moriyo Shimabukuro

Another Source of M-B Variation in Japanese
Blaine Erickson

Kakarimusubi from a Comparative Perspective
John Whitman

Pre-Sino-Korean and Pre-Sino-Japanese: Reexamining an Old Problem from a Modern Perspective
Marc H. Miyake

Part III. Phonology

NN: Rendaku and Licensing Paradox
Keiichiro Suzuki

Korean Place and Sonorant Assimilations in Optimality Theory
Hyeonkwan Cho

Constraints on Post-Obstruent Tensification in Korean
Seok-Chae Rhee

Perception of Japanese Pitch Accent by Koreans and Its Implication for Understanding Phonological Structures
Yasuhiko Sukegawa and Shigeru Sato

Umlaut in Kyungsang Korean: The Optimal Domains Theoretic Account
Seung-Hoon Shin

Generalized Alignment and Prosodic Subcategorization in Korean
Hyunsook Kang and Borim Lee

Aspiration in Korean Phonology
Mira Oh

Part IV. Syntax

Feature Based Account of Complementizer Deletion
Hirotaka Mitomo

Tense in the Subject Raising Construction
Kaoru Ohta

Two Types of Synthetic Compounds and Move-Affix in Korean
Chung-Kon Shi

Numeral Classifiers as Adverbs of Quantification
Yukiko Sasaki Alam

Opacity and Subjunctive Complements in Japanese
Asako Uchibori

NPIs Outside of Negation Scope
Daeho Chung and Hong-Keun Park

Argument Selection of Sino-Korean Verbal Nouns
Yunsun Jung

Argument Structure Changes in the Korean Benefactive Construction
Seok-Hoon You

Incorporation in Syntax and LF: The Case of Light Verb Constructions and Temporal Constructions in Japanese
Hiroto Hoshi

Part V. Semantics

Verb Lexicalization Patterns in Korean - with Focus on Motion Conflation in Complex Verb Constructions
Young-joo Kim

On the Primacy of Progressive Over Resultative State: The Case of Japanese -teiru
Yasuhiro Shirai

Groups as Event-oriented Entities
Eun-Joo Kwak

Topic and Focus in Korean: The Information Partition by Phrase Structure and Morphology
Hye-Won Choi

Part VI. Discourse

An Exploration of Sentence-final Uses of the Quotative Particle in Japanese Spoken Discourse
Makoto Hayashi

An Expanded Concept of Speakerhood in Japanese Discourse
Dina R. Yoshimi

Japanese keto: Discourse Genre and Grammaticization
Toshihide Nakayama and Kumiko Ichihashi-Nakayama

How 'Seeing' Approaches 'Knowing' in Korean, Japanese, and English: An Analysis of pota, miru, and see
Yong-Yae Park and Susan Strauss

Discourse Motivations for Referential Choice in Korean Acquisition
Patricia M. Clancy

On the Function of the Japanese Particle wa: New Ligh on Two Distinct Uses of the te-wa Construction
Setsuko Arita

A Cognitive Account of the Korean Morpheme -se: A Marker of Inclusiveness
Susan Strauss

The Discourse Function of the -myen Clause in Korean
Chang-Bong Lee

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