Japanese and Korean Linguistics, Volume 14

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Japanese and Korean are typologically quite similar languages, and the linguistic phenomena of the former often hve counterparts in the latter. These collections from the annual Japanese/Korean linguistics conference 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 to students and scholars in either field.

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Timothy J. Vance is professor of East Asian studies at the University of Arizona. He is the author of An Introduction to Japanese Phonology and Instant Vocabulary through Prefixes and Suffixes and the editor of Kodansha’s Romanized Japanese-English Dictionary. Kimberly Jones is associate professor of East Asian studies at the University of Arizona, where she served as directo of the Japanese language program for many years.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

 

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, and Kiyoshi Sudo

Phonological Structure and Unaccented Nouns in Tokyo and Osaka Japanese

Haruo Kubozono and 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

Soyoung Kang, Shari R. Speer, and Mineharu Nakayama

The Role of Prosody in Korean Sentence Processing

Hee-Sun Kim and 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

Foong Ha Yap, Yumi Inoue, Yasuhiro Shirai, Stephen Matthews, Ying Wai Wong, and 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 and 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 and 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

Zero-Marked Topics, Subjects, and Objects in Japanese

Mutsuko Endo Hudson, Yoshimi Sakakibara, and Junko Kondo

What Does the Korean "Double Causative" Reveal about Causation and Korean? A Corpus-Based Contrastive Study with Japanese

Tsuneyoshi Ishihara, Kaoru Horie, and 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 and 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 and Yasuhiro Shirai

Postpredicate Elements in Japanese Conversation: Nonmodulatity and Panchrony

Tsuyoshi Ono

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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