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1[+Agent] conditioned Case assignment to nominalized VPs in Korean LFN constructions

저자 : Keunhyung Park , Stanley Dubinsky

발행기관 : 경희대학교 언어정보연구소 간행물 : 언어연구 38권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 1-26 (26 pages)

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The aim of the current paper is to investigate how Case is assigned to non-canonical nominal expressions which are distinct from Case-marking on canonical subject and object arguments. More specifically, we focus on Case marking to nominalized verbs in Korean Long-Form negation constructions. As other nominal expressions get Case in Korean, the nominalized verbs with the -ci marker in Long-Form negation constructions can also get either NOM or ACC. However, the distributions of Case marking in this paper show that Case markers attached to the nominalized verbs are not randomly assigned, but it is systematically given depending on syntactic and semantic properties of the nominalized verbs. This paper proposes two distinct conditions as follows: the negated auxiliary verb anh (i) assigns only ACC Case to its nominalized verb complement or (ii) assigns either NOM or ACC Case allowing free Case alternation. To solve the puzzle of distinct Case assignment, this paper argues that agentivity is the important factor in deciding Case marking on the nominalized verb. Evidence from the data further proves that if nominalized verbs have +Agent feature, then the feature can percolate up to the Case assigner anh, and it eventually forces to assign only ACC Case back onto the nominalized verb. If not, the auxiliary verb anh cannot have +Agent feature and assigns either NOM or ACC. (University of South Carolina)

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2Perception-production asymmetry for Korean double accusative ditransitives

저자 : Sang-hee Park , Eunkyung Yi

발행기관 : 경희대학교 언어정보연구소 간행물 : 언어연구 38권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 27-52 (26 pages)

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Ditransitive constructions, expressing an agent, a recipient and a theme, are syntactically realized in various structures within and across languages (Malchukov et al. 2010). Korean is known to have two ditransitive constructions that vary in case marking on the recipient argument, i.e., the canonical ditransitive construction Jisu-kaNOM Mina-eykeyDAC chayk-ulACC cwu-essPAST-taDECL and the double accusative construction Jisu-kaNOM Mina-lulACC chayk-ulACC cwu-essPAST-taDECL 'Jisu gave Mina a book.' They are often used in the study of crosslinguistic comparison as counterparts of the English dative alternation. Previous research, however, reported huge imbalance between the two Korean variants in their frequencies of occurrence and speakers' acceptability of the constructions. In this context, we conducted two experimental studies that investigate the perception and production of the constructions, respectively. Study 1 examined the factors that may influence the acceptability of the constructions, i.e., verb type and -cwu benefactive morpheme. Study 2 investigated whether the double accusative ditransitive construction is a valid construction ever produced by Korean speakers, using sentence completion experiment. The results showed that Korean speakers judge the double accusative ditransitives as highly unacceptable but they do not completely avoid them in sentence completions. We discussed the results in the context of theoretical and psycholinguistic perspectives. (Duksung Women's University · Ewha Womans University)

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3On referential vagueness: A comparative study of English and American Sign Language

저자 : Suwon Yoon

발행기관 : 경희대학교 언어정보연구소 간행물 : 언어연구 38권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 53-73 (21 pages)

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In addition to the widely known Free Choice Items (FCIs), there exists another type of anti-specific item, known as existential indeterminate or Referentially Vague Items (RVIs) such as some-X-or-other in English. Such polarity items are characterized to be rather semantically non-emphatic, and their non-emphaticness is modeled as referential vagueness as a speaker-based felicity condition of minimal, non-exhaustive variation. Both FCIs and RVIs are anti-specificity phenomena, relying on a speaker's epistemic judgment, but distinct in that, whereas FCIs require exhaustive variation, RVIs require partial, non-exhaustive variation. However, the landscape of specificity in signed languages has been less well-defined. In this background, the main goal of current study is twofold: first, by identifying an RVI sign in ASL, equivalent to RVIs in English, I support the necessity of the notion of referential vagueness to correctly capture the meaning and distribution of non-emphatic, non-exhaustive NPIs occurring in nonveridical contexts; and second, I show how both English and ASL exhibit a remarkable case of semantic-o-pragmatic extension from anti-specificity (as RVIs) to anti-veridicality (as metalinguistic negation). (University of Texas, Arlington)

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4A multifactorial approach to Korean -(u)m and -ki

저자 : Yong-hun Lee , Gihyun Joh

발행기관 : 경희대학교 언어정보연구소 간행물 : 언어연구 38권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 75-98 (24 pages)

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This paper takes a corpus-based approach and examines the linguistic properties of two Korean nominalizers -(u)m and -ki. From the Sejong Treebank corpus, all the sentences with -(u)m and -ki are extracted. Twenty linguistic factors are manually encoded into the extracted sentences. Then, all the encoded data are statistically analyzed with (binary) logistic regression. Although we take a monofactorial analysis, we obtain a good statistical model whose C value is 0.956. Through the analysis, the followings are observed: (i) -(u)m and -ki are used with the ratio of 1:9 in Korean, (ii) among twenty linguistic factors, only ten factors are statistically significant, and (iii) not only the verbs which take -(u)m and -ki as a complement but also the verbs which merge with these two nominalizers also play important roles in the determination of nominalizers. (Chungnam National University·Kunsan National University)

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5Compensatory lengthening in Harmonic Serialism

저자 : Sechang Lee

발행기관 : 경희대학교 언어정보연구소 간행물 : 언어연구 38권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 99-121 (23 pages)

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This article aims to overcome the limitations of classical analyses of compensatory lengthening in Middle English and offer a viable alternative solution, where deletion of the coda consonant and subsequent vowel lengthening constitute separate steps in derivation. The basis of our analysis is that Hayes (1989)' analysis fails to capture the universal nature of the phenomenon. Also, it is noted that the principle of unmarked one-to-one mapping between tiers is violated in his theoretical framework. I make a critical review of Torres-Tamarit's (2016) account for compensatory lengthening in Harmonic Serialism. That mechanism turns out not to be satisfying in that its first step of the derivation starts with a structure that should not be allowed to undergo vowel lengthening at all, and this point had already been called into attention by Hayes. Besides, Torres-Tamarit's analysis can be further reduced by the elimination of debuccalisation. Staying under the framework of Harmonic Serialism, I provide a new universal constraint responsible for assigning different indexes to segments when they belong to different syllables. This markedness constraint of universal nature will be instrumental in our analysis of compensatory lengthening throughout this article. We bring to light more examples from Latin illuminating the workings of this new constraint on compensatory lengthening. (Sookmyung Women's University)

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6A weighted constraint grammar analysis of word-medial syllabification in English

저자 : Sung-hoon Hong

발행기관 : 경희대학교 언어정보연구소 간행물 : 언어연구 38권 1호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 123-150 (28 pages)

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This paper proposes a weighted constraint grammar analysis that best models English syllabification as reported in Eddington et al. (2013). After we examine the factors governing the syllabification of medial consonants in two-syllable words, a set of constraints are formulated to address these factors. Based on these constraints, an initial grammar is constructed, to which we submit distribution information about medial syllabifications obtained from Eddington et al.'s (2013) syllabification survey data. We then perform learning simulations using Exponential Noisy Harmonic Grammar, a weighted constraint grammar designed especially to deal with constraints with negative weight (Pater 2009). As a result of the learning, an output grammar is produced in which each constraint is assigned a numerical weight. From the output grammar, we generate predicted syllabifications, which are then compared with observed syllabifications to evaluate the success of the analysis. We measure the predictive performance of the proposed analysis in terms of Root Mean Square Error and R2, both of which provide a positive assessment. (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

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