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Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 14

Timothy Vance and Kimberly Jones

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements

Part I. Phonology

  • Accent and Sound Symbolism in Japanese
    Shoko Hamano
  • Intonational Phonology of Seoul Korean Revisited
    Sun-Ah Jun
  • Consonant Coocurrence Restrictions in Yamato Japanese
    Shigeto Kawahara, Hajime Ono, & Kiyoshi Sudo
  • Phonological Structure and Unaccented Nouns in Tokyo and Osaka Japanese
    Haruo Kubozono & Misa Fukui
  • Theoretical Implications of Mimetic Voicing in Japanese
    Kazutaka Kurisu
  • Loan Phonology Is Not All Perception: Evidence from Japanese Loan Doublets
    Jennifer L. Smith

Part II. Psycholinguistics

  • Effects of Intonational Phrase Boundaries on Ambiguous Syntactic Clause Boundaries in Japanese
    Mineharu Nakayama, Soyoung Kang, & Shari R. Speer
  • The Role of Prosody in Korean Sentence Processing
    Hee-Sun Kim & Hyuck-Joon Lee
  • Interaction between Case Marking and Inalienable Possession Relation in Korean Double Nominative Constructions
    Kyung Sook Shin
  • Aspectual Asymmetries in Japanese: Insights from a Reaction Time Study
    Yasuhiro Shirai, Foong Ha Yap, Yumi Inoue, Stephen Matthews, Ying Wai Wong, & Yi Heng Chan

Part III. Historical Linguistics

  • The Emergence of the Complementizer no in Japanese Revisited
    Yumiko Nishi
  • Grammaticalization of Postpositional Particles from Spatial Terms in Korean
    Seongha Rhee
  • Semantic Shift from Politeness to Expressive: A Case Study of the Japanese Inferential Auxiliary soo
    Hidemi S. Riggs

Part IV. Syntax and Semantics

  • Toward a Unified Approach to Negative Polarity Triggered by Inherently Negative Predicates
    Daeho Chung
  • Control into Adverbial Predicate PPs
    Stanley Dubinsky & Shoko Hamano
  • It's Time to Say Goodbye to Syntactic Analyses of the SIKA-NAI Construction
    Yukio Furukawa
  • Formal Grammar of Evidentiality: A Case Study of Japanese Contrastive wa
    Yurie Hara
  • (A)symmetric Nominalization of Measure Expressions in Japanese and Korean
    Youngjun Jang & Chung-Kon Shi
  • “Neg-sensitive” Elements, Neg-c-command, and Scrambling in Japanese
    Kiyoko Kataoka
  • A Theory of Number Marking: Syntax-Semantics Interface Approach
    Chonghyuck Kim
  • The Classifier in Japanese Numeral Quantification
    Mana Kobuchi-Philip
  • On the Singular [+Specific] Reading of WH-Doublets in Korean
    Youngeun Lee
  • Locality in Syntax and Floated Numeral Quantifiers in Japanese and Korean
    Shigeru Miyagawa
  • On Exceptional zibun Binding: An Experimental Approach
    David Y. Oshima
  • Jussive Clauses and Agreement of Sentence Final Particles in Korean
    Miok Debby Pak

Part V. Discourse and Pragmatics

  • Zero-Marked Topics, Subjects, and Objects in Japanese
    Mutsuko Endo Hudson, Yoshimi Sakakibara, & Junko Kondo
  • What Does the Korean “Double Causative“ Reveal about Causation and Korean? A Corpus-Based Contrastive Study with Japanese
    Tsuneyoshi Ishihara, Kaoru Horie, & Prashant Pardeshi
  • The Structure of Internal State Expressions in Japanese and Korean
    Shoichi Iwasaki
  • Aspectual Markers in Japanese and Korean: A Corpus Linguistics Study
    Kaori Kabata & Jeong-Hwa Lee
  • Retroactive Elaboration in Korean Conversation
    Haeyon Kim
  • Rethinking the Temporal Approach to Stativity Denoted by -te iru: The Application of the Two-Component Theory of Aspect
    Yumiko Nishi
  • Postpredicate Elements in Japanese Conversation: Nonmodulatity and Panchrony
    Tsuyoshi Ono & Yasuhiro Shirai
  • The Relationship between Prosodic Features and Modal Expressions in Discourse: A Case Study of the Japanese Sentence-Final particle yo
    Maki Shimotani
  • Obliqueness and Postpositional Marking in Japanese
    Tomoko Takeda
  • On the Optionality of to-Marking on Reduplicated Mimetics in Japanese
    Kiyoko Toratani
  • Complaint Utterances in Korean Conversation: Interrogatives with Question Words
    Kyung-Eun Yoon
  • An Analysis of Negative Nominalized Predicates as Prohibitives in Japanese Discourse
    Nina Azumi Yoshida


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