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Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 19

Japanese and Korean are typologically similar languages, and a linguistic phenomenon in the former often has a counterpart in the latter. The papers in this volume are from the nineteenth Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, which was held at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. The collections in this volume 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.

547 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2011

Japanese/Korean Linguistics

Language and Linguistics: General Language and Linguistics

Table of Contents


Part I: Phonetics and Phonology
Integrated Accounts on Consonant Cluster Simplification
      Miyeon Ahn
A Statistical Model of Korean Loanword Phonology
      Hahn Koo
Variation and Noun-Verb Asymmetry in Consonant Cluster Simplification in Seoul Korean
      Kyuwon Moon
Japanese Velar Allophones Revisited: A Quantitative Analysis Based on the Speech Production Experiments
      Shin-Ichiro Sano
Part II: Syntax
Decomposing Overt Syntax
      Yoshihisa Kitagawa
An Experimental Study of the Grammatical Status of caki in Korean
      Chung-hye Han, Dennis Ryan Storoshenko, and R. Calen Walshe
"AMOUNT" Relativization in Japanese
      Shun’ichiro Inada
Is Genitive Subject Possible in Modern Korean?
      Yin-Ji Jin
Selective Reproduction in NP-Ellipsis
      Ock-Hwan Kim and Yoshihisa Kitagawa
NPI and Predicative Remnants in Japanese Sluicing
      Hiroko Kimura and Daiko Takahashi
Parametric Variation in Classification of Reflexives
      Maki Kishida
A Hybrid Approach for Floating Quantifiers: Experimental Evidence
      Heejeong Ko and Eunjeong Oh
The Nominative/Genitive Alternation in Modern Japanese: A Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) Evaluation Method-Based Analysis
      Hideki Maki, Yin-Ji Jin, Satoru Yokoyama, Michiyo Hamasaki, and Yukiko Ueda
On the Morphosyntactic Transparency of (S)ase and getP
      Takashi Nakajima
On Null Subjects in Embedded Jussive Clauses in Korean
      Jong Un Park
The Role of Merger and Typology of v Heads in Serialization
      Daeyoung Sohn and Heejeong Ko
Kuroda’s (1978) Linear Case marking Hypothesis Revisited
      Ichiro Yuhara
Part III: Semantics
Partitive Particle com in Korean
      Jaehee Bak
The Nature of Associative Plurality in Korean: Accounting for Ney and Tul
      Kyumin Kim and Sean Madigan
Processing, Pragmatics, and Scope in Korean and English
      Miseon Lee, Hye-Young Kwak, Sunyoung Lee, and William O’Grady
Part IV: Pragmatics, Discourse and Sociolinguistics
Linguistic Forms, Context of Use and the Emergence of Functions: The Case of the Japanese Quotative Expression Tte
      Shigeko Okamoto
The Pragmatics of Pronoun Borrowing: The Case of Japanese Immigrants in Hawai’i
      Mie Hiramoto and Emi Morita
Ikema Ryukyuan: Investigating Past Experience and the Current State through Life Narratives
      Schoichi Iwasaki and Tsuyoshi Ono
Declination in Japanese Conversation: Turn Construction, Coherence and Projection
      Ross Krekoski
How to Tell a Story: Comparison of L1 Japanese/Korean and L2 Japanese Narratives
      Yuko Nakahama
Speech Style Shifts and Teacher Identities in Korean Language Classroom Discourse
      Miyung Park
The Manifestation of Intrasentential Code-Switching in Japanese Hip Hop
      Natsuko Tsujimura and Stuart Davis
The Polite Voice in Korean: Searching for Acoustic Correlates of contaymal and panmal
      Bodo Winter and Sven Grawunder
Part V: Historical Linguistics and Grammaticaliziation
The Historical Development of the Korean Suffix -key
      Minju Kim
On the Origins of the Old Japanese kakari Particles, ka, , and kösö, and their Okinawan Counterparts: An Iconicity-based Hypothesis
      Leon A. Serafim and Rumiko Shinzato
Rendaku in Sino-Japanese: Reduplication and Coordination
      Timothy J. Vance
Part VI: Psycholinguistics and L1/L2 Acquisition
Contrastive Focus Affects Word Order in Korean Sentence Production
      Heeyeon Y. Dennison and Amy J. Schafer
Does Noun Phrase Accessibility Matter? A Study of L2 Korean Relative Clause Production
      Sorin Huh
Negotiating Desirability: The Acquisition of the Uses of ii ’good’ in Child-Mother Interactions in Japanese
      Chigusa Kurumada and Shoichi Iwasaki
A Trihedral Approach to the Overgeneration of "no" in the Acquisition of Japanese Noun Phrases
      Keiko Murasugi, Tomomi Nakatani, and Chisato Fuji


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