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Formational units in sign languages

Rachel Channon

Formational units in sign languages

by Rachel Channon

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Published by De Gruyter Mouton in Berlin, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Comparative and general Grammar,
  • Sign language,
  • Comparative Phonology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Rachel Channon and Harry van der Hulst
    SeriesSign language typology -- 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP117 .F68 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25005394M
    ISBN 109781614510673
    LC Control Number2011033587

    1 Duality of patterning in established sign languages. The single most influential finding in sign language studies was Stokoe's () discovery that American Sign Language (ASL) has phonology, which he called cherology (from Classical Greek [xeir] ‘hand’) because the signs are produced with the hands. His work focused mainly on minimal pairs, showing that each of the major categories of. Australian Sign Language (Auslan) - by Trevor Johnston January Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users .

    Phonological category resolution in a new sign language: A comparative study of handshapes. In Channon, R. & van der Hulst, H. (eds.), Formational units in sign languages, – Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. American Sign Language Asl Original Green Book Series, Teacher’s Resource Text. $ Learning American Sign. Learning American Sign Language Levels I And Ii--beginning And Intermediate 2nd Ed. $ Learning American Sign.

    Since the recent creation of a large-scale corpus of Italian Sign Language (LIS), a new research branch has been established to study the sociolinguistic variation characterizing this language in various linguistic domains. However, for nominal modification, the role of language-internal. a sign language is a gestural-visual language with signs as lexical units, whereas a verbal language is an oral-auditive language with words as lexical units. A sign language and the verbal language of the country of origin are generally di erent languages.


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Page end: p. Languages used: English (eng) This item appears in the following Collection(s) Faculty of Social Sciences [   For signed languages, these formational units refer to abstract articulatory and visual primitives. ASL signs are constructed from a limited set of formational elements drawn from four main articulatory parameters: movement, location, handshape, and orientation (Stokoe, Casterline, & Corneberg, ).

In book: The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics, Chapter: Sign Languages in their Historical Context, Publisher: Routledge, Editors: Claire Bowern & Bethwyn Evans, pp   2.

Parameters of Contrast. The words of a sign language lexicon are comprised of a finite number of discrete, meaningless, contrastive units (Stokoe ).Meaningful morphemes and words are made up of such units, which can be recombined or substituted for one another to.

Formational units in sign languages / edited by Rachel Channon and Harry van der Hulst. - (Sign language typology; 3) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN _3(hbk.: alk. paper) I. Sign language - Phonology, Comparative. Grammar, Comparative and general - Phonology, Comparative.

Channon, Rachel, II. Phonological Category Resolution in a New Sign Language: A comparative study of handshapes. In Formational Units in Sign Languages, ed. Channon, and. Signing Naturally: Student Workbook, Units (Book & DVDs) by Cheri Smith.

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$ cturer: De Gruyter Mouton. Formational Units in Sign Languages Sign languages and spoken languages have an equal capacity to communicate our thoughts. Beyond this, however, while there are many similarities, there are also fascinating differences, caused primarily by the reaction of. Formational units in sign languages.

Ishara Press. (with Rachel Channon) Hulst, H.G. van der (eds.) (to appear in ). A survey of word accentual patterns in the languages of the world. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter (with R.

Goedemans and E. van Zanten) Hulst, H.G. van der (ed.) (). Recursion and Human Language. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. A warning road sign that has the form of a white triangle with red margins is arbitrary, because its formational units are not motivated by any aspect of its meaning.

Because iconicity has to do with the properties of signs in general and not only those of linguistic signs, it plays an important role in the field of semiotics—the study of.firm the psychological reality of language units such as the distinctive feature, the phoneme, the syllable, the word, the phrase, etc.

to give evidence for the formational rules used in the construction of these units and to propose models of language production. In sign language production, Newkirk.