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Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 20 Contents

Bjarke Frellesvig and Peter Sells

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements

Part I Discourse

  • Sequential Context of -canh-a(yo): Hearers' Perspective
    Hee Ju and Sung-Ock Sohn
  • The Korean Adverb Kunyang in Spoken Discourse
    Mary Shin Kim and 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 and 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, and 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, and Mikio Giriko

Part IV Experimental Linguistics

  • Japanese and Korean Speakers' Production of Mimetic Words
    Noriko Iwasaki, Lucien Brown, Sotaro Kita, and 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 and Elsi Kaiser
  • Three Types of ‘Root Infinitives’: Theoretical Implications from Child Japanese
    Keiko Murasugi and Tomomi Nakatani
  • The Acquisition of the Japanese Imperfective Aspect Marker: Universal Predisposition or Input Frequency
    Yasuhiro Shirai and 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, and 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


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