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Conference Papers and Handbooks
Japanese - Korean Linguistics by
Call Number: 495.6 J2712
Publication Date: 1991-01-30
Japanese and Korean are typologically quite similar, so a linguistic phenomenon in one language often has a counterpart in the other. The papers in this volume are intended to further collective and collaborative research into both languages. The contributors discuss aspects of language acquisition, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, phonology, syntax, morphology, and semantics. Most of the papers were presented at the Southern California Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference in 1989. Hajime Hoji is a professor of linguistics at the University of Southern California.
The Handbook of Korean Linguistics by
Publication Date: 2015-05-06
The Handbook of Korean Linguistics presents state-of-the-art overviews of the linguistic research on the Korean language. - Structured to allow a range of theoretical perspectives in addressing linguistic phenomena - Includes chapters on Old Korean and Middle Korean, present-day language policies in North and South Korea, social aspects of Korean as a heritage language, and honorifics - Indispensable and unique resource not only for those studying Korean linguistics but cross-linguistic research in general
Theoretical Issues in Korean Linguistics by
Publication Date: 1995-01-30
This volume contains a collection of articles reflecting the dynamic and lively state of Korean linguistics today. Areas represented include theoretical phonology and syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, discourse/pragmatics, and first language acquisition. The papers were chosen from those presented at the Eighth International Conference on Korean Linguistics.
Call Number: 495.75 SO26K
Publication Date: 1993-12-22
This grammar of Korean combines theory and description to provide a framework which covers the major structures of the language that are of theoretical interest, sufficiently explicit to allow cross-language comparisons and flexible enough to encompass the variety found in the language.