Paper $32.50 ISBN: 9781575861166 Published June 1998

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 7

Edited by Noriko Akatsuka, et al

Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 7
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Edited by Noriko Akatsuka, et al

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688 pages | 6 x 9 | © 1998
Paper $32.50 ISBN: 9781575861166 Published June 1998
Contents
Preface
Asymmetry in the Interpretation of –(n)un in Korean
      Chung-hye Han
Ventriloquism in Text and Talk: Functions of Self- and Other-Quotation in Japanese
      Senko K. Maynard

Part I: Conversation
Turn-taking in Japanese Conversation: Grammar, Intonation, and Pragmatics
      Hiroko Furo
So? (On Japanese Connectives sorede, dakara, and ja)
      Mutsuko Endo Hudson
Co-Construction in Japanese Revistied: We Do “Finish Each Other’s Sentences”
      Makoto Hayashi and Junko Mori
It Takes Two to Dance: The Interactional Determinants of NP Intonation Units with a Marked Rising Intonation (hangimonkei) in Japanese Conversation
      Tsuyoshi Ono, Eri Yoshida, and Mieko Banno
Hai and Ee: An Interactional Analysis
      Naomi Hanaoka McGloin
Some Uses and Meanings of Utterance: Initial iya in Japanese Discourse
      Scott Saft
Part II: Language and Culture
The Use and Non-Use of Honorifics in Sales Talk in Kyoto and Osaka: Are They Rude or Friendly?
      Shigeko Okamoto
What the Language in Television Commercials Reveals About Cultural Preferences: A Glimpse into Japanese, American, and Korean Advertising Strategies
      Susan Strauss and Yong-Yae Park
Color Naming and Color Categorization in Korean
      Rodney E. Tyson
Part III: Historical Linguistics
Kakari Particles and the Merger of the Predicative and Attributive Forms in the Japanese Verbal System
      Peter Hendriks
The Correspondence Between the Form and Meaning of the Predicative Grammatical Categories in Classical Japanese
      Katsunobu Izutsu
Part IV: Semantics and Pragmatics
An Analysis of Japanese Ne in Terms of the Theory of Territory of Information
      Akio Kamio
The Complementizer Toyuu in Japanese
      Yoshiko Matsumoto
Where the Progressive and the Resultative Meet: A Typology of Imperfect Morphology in Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and English
      Yasuhiro Shirai
Pronoun Drop and Perspective in Japanese
      Satoshi Uehara
Part V: Syntax and Semantics
WH-Scope Identification via Quasi-Binding
      Daeho Chung
Attachment Ambiguity in Head Final Languages
      Yuki Hirose and Soon Ae Chun
Thetic Markers and Japanese/Korean Perception Verb Complements
      Hisako Ikawa
Syntactic Reflexes of Tripartite Structures of Generic Sentences
      Youngchul Jun
Resultatives: English vs. Korean
      Soowon Kim and Joan Maling
Branchingness and Phrasing in Japanese
      Kiyomi Kusumoto
Is There a Genuine Himself Type Local Anaphor in Korean and Japanese?
      Gunsoo Lee
On the Null Beneficiary in Benefactive Constructions in Japanese
      Nanako Machida
The Japanese Dummy Verbs and the Organization of Grammar
      Keiko Miyagawa
Morphosyntactic Realization of Aspectual Structure
      William McClure
Predicate Cleft Constructions in Japanese and Korean: The Role of Dummy Verbs in TP/VP-Preposing
      Kunio Nishiyama and Eun Cho
Raising Asymmetry and Improper Movement
      Hiromu Sakai
Optimality and Economy of Expression in Japanese and Korean
      Peter Sells
The Laziest Pronouns
      Satoshi Tomioka
A Note on Scope Dependencies in Japanese Multiple Wh-questions
      Shin Watanabe
Semantics and Pragmatics of Contrastive Topic in Korean and English
      Hae-Kyung Wee
Part VI: Phonetics and Phonology
Voicedness Alterations In the Tohoku Dialect of Japanese
      Sachiko Ohno
On the Irregular Behavior of h in Korean
      Sechang Lee
Correspondence in Korean Hypocoristic Truncation
      Seung-Hoon Shin
Noun Faithfulness: Evidence from Accent in Japanese Dialects
      Jennifer L. Smith
Focus Realization in Japanese English and Korean English Intonation
      Motoko Ueyama and Sun-Ah Jun
Part VII: Demonstrative Workshop
Formal Dependency, Organization of Grammar, and Japanese Demonstratives
      Hajime Hoji

Index
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