언어과학 [Journal of Language Sciences]

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    한국언어과학회 [The Korean Association of Language Sciences]
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    인문학 > 언어학
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    KDC 710 DDC 401
제18권 3호 (9건)

씨끝 통합체의 변화 - ‘-리X-’형을 중심으로 -


한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.1-28

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Language is always in the process of changing, which is affected by the adjacent. Therefore, to understand the aspects of an ending change, the relations of the adjacent affecting the ending should be considered. This study is focused on the aspects and functional meanings of the changes of '-리-, -더-, -니-, -이-' and the combination of final endings affected by the adjacent. It seems that '-ㄹ고/-ㄹ가/-ㄹ다' are not combined with '-리러-' due to the overlap of the functional meaning of '-리-' and 'ㄹ'. And '-ㄴ고/-ㄴ가/-ㄴ다' are not combined to the others. The reason seems to be the same as the question endings do not combined with '-리니-, -리러니-'. If the functional meaning of '-니-' is considered as " the speaker believes the event in uttering as 'the plus fact', those with the combined elements '-리-' and '-니-' are believed as either 'not to have happened yet' or to believe on the uncertain as 'the plus fact' even if it happened. When the question endings are combined with the pre-final endings that have such functional meanings, it requires the listeners to believe it as the plus fact. In this case, the listeners have the burden that they should respond as if they believe 'the plus fact' about the uncertain or the assumed event. Due to this problem, the question endings seems to be not combined with pre-final endings which has the combined elements '-리-' and '-니-'. In the literatures since the 16th century, '-리러뇨, -을러냐, -을러뇨, -을뇨' are surveyed. These forms are those which the question endings '-뇨/-냐' fused by '-니-' and '-오/-아' are combined with '-리-, -을러-'



영어 저성조 피치 액센트 발화

설재희, 김수정, 이서배

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.29-46

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This study examines the changes in acoustic manifestation accompanying the English low pitch accent(L*) produced by native speakers and Korean learners of English. To obtain more reliable results, the changes of the acoustic feature values (F0, intensity, syllable duration) were normalized by a mean value of each utterance and the whole duration of each L* word. Acoustic values of focused words in different locations (initial, middle and final position in a sentence) were compared between the two groups. Statistical analysis showed that English native speakers produced L* with lower F0 than Koreans learners in all focus locations and lower intensity only in one location (initial position in a sentence). It also showed that a longer duration of L* syllable at the end of a sentence was found in utterances produced by native speakers than in those produced by Koreans learners



한국인 영어학습자의 영어능력과 어휘지식간의 상관관계


한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.47-66

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between adult Korean EFL learners' overall proficiency and their vocabulary knowledge by examining how the vocabulary knowledge that Korean learners have about English verbs is related to their overall English proficiency. For this study, data were collected from Korean EFL learners through a vocabulary knowledge test which focuses on semantic, morphological, and syntactic properties of English verbs and a TOEIC test. The results showed that there was a positive correlation between their vocabulary tests scores and TOEIC scores. It was also found that the syntactic part of the vocabulary test had the highest correlation with the TOEIC scores. In particular, the syntactic property of lexical knowledge was found to be the most important predictor of English proficiency. Based on these findings, it was argued that the qualitative/in-depth view of L2 lexical knowledge might be appropriate for explaining the interdependent nature of vocabulary knowledge and language proficiency, since this qualitative perspective sees lexical knowledge as consisting of various properties such as semantic, morphological, and syntactic features



영한 번역에 나타난 지시표현의 변경에 관한 언어유형론 및 문화심리학적 연구

정연창, 김은일

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.67-86

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This study tries to provide typological and cultural-psychological explanations for the changes of referential expressions in English-Korean translations. The number of pronoun, name and full NP is strikingly different in the English text and Korean translation text: 190/5 pronouns, 88/156 names and 34/151 full NP's in the English/Korean texts. These statistical differences can be accounted for in the following way: i) a pronoun is used to refer to a continuous participant in English while a name is repeatedly employed in Korean; ii) a full NP showing roles (e.g. family relations such as father and son as well as occupations) in the social organism is preferred, regardless of the topicality of participants in Korean; and iii) a pronoun cannot be used to refer to animals in Korean so that a full NP is chosen instead



Personal Pronouns and Reflexives in Korean Sign Language

Se-Eun Jhang

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.87-111

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The purpose of this paper is to examine the pronominal system and reflexives in Korean Sign Language (KSL). In order to do this, I first take a close look at KSL word order. Second, I investigate whether the KSL pronominal system employs number, person, and gender, comparing their use with that of spoken languages and other sign languages. Third, I examine KSL reflexives, comparing their use with that of spoken languages and other sign languages. Although there are several different reflexive forms, I mainly consider two kinds of reflexives: an adverbial reflexive pronoun ‘self’ derived from an independent word as an adverb, and a nominal reflexive pronoun ‘self’ derived from a complex verb phrase consisting of an active verb and a backward verb. I also examine whether KSL reflexives are subject to locality by presenting the syntactic structure of complex clauses in KSL. Finally, I will give a brief summary of this paper in conclusion



Scrambling as a Syntactic Operation

Byong-Kwon Kim

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.113-128

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This paper demonstrates that long scrambling is a syntactic operation that takes place in the narrow syntax. The guiding idea is that displacement is motivated (Chomsky 1995, 2000, 2001). To support my argument, I present cases where long scrambling has semantic effects, contrary to the view that scrambling is semantically vacuous (Saito 1989, 1992). Extending Miyagawa (2005a, 2005b), I show that scrambling is feature-driven, and a scrambling feature (i.e., focus) is included in Numeration (Sabel 2001, 2005). The focus feature on T triggers scrambling in both short and long movement. I also argue that long scrambling is an instance of A-movement and the landing site is Spec TP in Korean. Scrambling creates a new A-binder. It is claimed that Spec TP is a scrambling position, not a position for a thematic subject in Korean



A New Phase-based Analysis of English Reflexives

Sung-Bong Kim

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.129-151

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The goal of this paper is to come up with a new phase-based analysis of English reflexive pronouns, without any reliance on such GB concepts as government, reconstruction, levels of representation, and indices, which are taken to be conceptually and empirically unnecessary in the framework of the Minimalist Program (MP). To achieve this aim, a new analytical model is formed, based on assumptions revolving around the phase theory. As it turns out, the new phase-based analytical model can account for the derivations of problematic examples containing picture NP reflexives as well as those of the canonical and ECM-related sentences containing reflexives, by distinguishing two kinds of reflexives. This paper reveals that the clausemate principle can be reduced to the phasemate principle in the framework of the phase theory, and that the grammaticality of the sentences containing non-picture NP reflexives can be determined even before the whole derivations of them have been completed whereas that of the constructions containing picture NP reflexives can not



Optionality as Local Optimality in Serialism

Minkyung Lee

한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.153-171

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Harmonic Serialism (HS), a derivational version of OT, hinges upon two main premises of gradualness and harmonic improvement. Optimality in HS is always evaluated in a gradual, local, and consistent mode. Revisiting and reanalyzing Korean vowel hiatus phenomena in serial OT, this paper claims that optionality reflects HS's unique property of local optimality. To avoid vowel hiatus at a boundary in Korean, Vowel Coalescence (VC) or Glide Formation (GF) arises. In fact, hiatus remains unresolved while it is fixed via VC or GF optionally sometimes and obligatorily some other times. In essence, multiple optima result from different harmony improvement paths, a local variant with a gradual harmony ascent and a global variant from no gradual path to harmonic improvement



한국언어과학회 회칙


한국언어과학회 언어과학 제18권 3호 2011.08 pp.173-191

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