Библиография работ по жестовым языкам мира

Фонология

тайваньский (TSL)
Frequency of occurrence and ease of articulation of sign language handshapes: The Taiwanese example, 2006. Book review
Petra Eccarius
Sign Language & Linguistics
11:1 (2008), 103–107
The Hands are the Head of the Mouth—The Mouth as Articulator in Sign Languages, 2001. Book review
Elena Pizzuto, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies
Book Reviews, 284–289
американский (ASL)
Trilled movement: Phonetic realization and formal representation
Diane Brentari, University of California-Davi
Lingua 98 (1996), 43–71
американский (ASL)
Prosody on the hands and face. Evidence from American Sign Language
Diane Brentari and Laurinda Crossley, Purdue University
Sign Language & Linguistics
5:2 (2002), 105–130
американский (ASL)
Signs are single segments. Phonological representations and temporal sequencing in ASL and other sign languages
Rachel Elizabeth Channon
Sign Language & Linguistics
5:1 (2002), 99–103
американский (ASL)
ASL syllables and prosodic constraints
David P. Corina, University of Washington
Lingua 98 (1996) 73–102
британский (BSL)
нидерландский (NGT)
шведский (SSL)
Frequency distribution and spreading behavior of different types of mouth actions in three sign languages
Onno Crasborn, Els van der Kooij, Radboud University Nijmegen
Dafydd Waters, UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre, UCL
Bencie Woll, Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre, UCL
Johanna Mesch, Stockholm University
Sign Language & Linguistics
11:1 (2008), 45–67
нидерландский (NGT)
Phonetic implementation of phonological categories in Sign Language of the Netherlands
Onno Crasborn, Department of Linguistics, University of Nijmegen
Sign Language & Linguistics
5:1 (2002), 81–88
американский (ASL)
Recombinant features for the movements of American Sign Language
Kathryn L. Hansen, Purdue University
Sign Language & Linguistics
10:1 (2007), 83–90
нидерландский (NGT)
Phonological Categories in Sign Language of the Netherlands. The Role of Phonetic Implementation and Iconicity, 2002. Book Review
Eline Demey, Ghent University
Sign Language & Linguistics
6:2 (2003), 277–289
нидерландский (NGT)
Syllables and the word-prosodic system in Sign Language of the Netherlands
Els van der Kooij, Onno Crasborn, Radboud University Nijmegen
Lingua 118 (2008), 1307–1327
нидерландский (NGT)
Explaining prosodic body leans in Sign Language of the Netherlands: Pragmatics required
Els van der Kooij, Onno Crasborn, Wim Emmerik, Radboud University Nijmegen
Journal of Pragmatics
38 (2006), 1598–1614
хорватский (HZJ)
Phonological parameters in
Croatian Sign Language
Ninoslava Šarac Kuhn, Zagreb, Croatia
Tamara Alibašić Ciciliani, Zadar, Croatia
Ronnie B. Wilbur, Purdue University
Sign Language & Linguistics
9:1/2 (2006), 33–70.
американский (ASL)
ASL ‘Syllables’ and Language Evolution: a Response to Uriagereka
Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Language 77:2 (2001), 343–349
квебекский (LSQ)
La phonologie dynamique du mouvement en langue des signes
québécoise, 2000. Book Review
Paula Marentette
Sign Language & Linguistics
5:1 (2002), 73–79
британский (BSL)
‘Children are just lingual’: The development of
phonology in British Sign Language (BSL), 2005
Gary Morgan, City University, London
Lingua 116 (2006), 1507–1523
тайваньский (TSL)
Physiological Constraints in Taiwan Sign Language Handshape-Change, 1992
Jean Ann
Nordic Journal of Linguistics 15 (1992), 143–157
американский (ASL)
израильский (ISL)
Phonological features and feature classes: The case of movements in sign language
Wendy Sandier, University of Half a, Israel
Lingua 98 (1996), 197–220
американский (ASL)
The geometry of visual phonology. Book Review
Onno Crasbom, University of Leiden, The Netherlands.
Lingua 109 (1999), 65–68
американский (ASL)
заголовок
автор, институт
напечатано

Морфология

американский (ASL)
Exploitation of morphological possibilities in signed languages. Comparison of American Sign Language with English
Theodore B. Fernald and Donna Jo Napoli, Swarthmore College
Sign Language & Linguistics
3:1 (2000), 3–58
американский (ASL)
Morphology in American Sign Language
Nancy Frishberg and Bonnie Gough, The Salk Institute For Biological Studies
Sign Language & Linguistics
3:1 (2000), 103–131
американский (ASL)
Morpheme structure constraints on two-handed signs in American Sign Language. Notions of symmetry
Donna Jo Napoli and JeffWu, Swarthmore College
Sign Language & Linguistics
6:2 (2003), 123–205
итальянский (LIS)
Noun morphology in Italian Sign Language (LIS), 1996
Elena Ptzzuto, Institute of Psychology, National Research Council, Via Nomentana, 56, I-00161 Rome, Italy
Serena Corazza, SILIS Group, Rome and Trieste, Italy
Lingua 98/1-3 (1996), 169–196

Синтаксис

немецкий (DGS)
Warum braucht die Deutsche Gebärdensprache kein Passiv? Verfahren der Markierung semantischer Rollen in der DGS
[Why can German Sign Language (DGS) do without a passive construction? Ways of marking semantic roles in DGS]
Martje Hansen, University of Applied Sciences, Magdeburg-Stendal (Germany)
Sign Language & Linguistics
10:2 (2007), 213–222
итальянский (LIS)
On relativization and clefting in Italian Sign Language
Chiara Branchini, University of Milano-Bicocca
Sign Language & Linguistics
10:2 (2007), 201–212
американский (ASL)
Aspectual inflection, verb raising and object
fronting in American sign language, 2003
David Braze, Haskins Laboratories, 270 Crown Street, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Lingua 114 (2004), 29–58
американский (ASL)
Pauses and syntax in American Sign Language
François Grosjean and Harlan Lane, Northeastern University
Cognition 5 (1977), 101-117
американский (ASL)
ASL Syntax. Research in progress and proposed research
Author’s Preface
Judy Anne Kegl
Sign Language & Linguistics
7:2 (2004), 171–172
американский (ASL)
ASL Syntax. Research in progress and proposed research
Judy Anne Kegl
Sign Language & Linguistics
7:2 (2004), 173–206
итальянский (LIS)
американский (ASL)
индо-пакистанский (IPSL)
Another Way to Mark Syntactic Dependencies: The Case for Right-Peripheral Specifiers in Sign Languages
Carlo Cecchetto, University of Milan–Bicocca
Carlo Geraci, University of Milan–Bicocca
Sandro Zucchi, University of Milan
Language 85:2 (2009), 278–320
американский (ASL)
The syntax of American Sign Language. Functional Categories and Hierarchical Structure. Book review
Gerald P. Berent, National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology
Language 77:4 (2001), 839-842
американский (ASL)
The Syntax of American Sign Language. Functional Categories and Hierarchical Structure. Book review
Markus Steinbach, Deutsches Institut, University of Mainz, Germany
Lingua 116 (2006), 506–509

Лексикология

американский (ASL)
британский (BSL)
австралийский (ASL)
новозеландский (NZSL)
One hand or two? Nativisation of fingerspelling in ASL and BANZSL
Kearsy Cormiera, Adam Schembria, Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, University College London
Martha E. Tyroneb, Haskins Laboratories
Sign Language & Linguistics
11:1 (2008), 3–44
американский (ASL)
Indicating the body: Expression of body part terminology in American Sign Language
Jennie E. Pyers, Center for Research in Language, University of California, San Diego
Language Sciences
28 (2006), 280–303

Иконичность

американский (ASL)
Sign language iconicity and its influence on the
ability to describe the function of objects, 2003
Paula T. Markham, Elaine M. Justice, Department of Psychology, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529, USA
Journal of Communication Disorders 37 (2004), 535–546
британский (BSL)
немецкий (DGS)
Modality and structure in signed and spoken languages. Book review
Mark Aronoff, Stony Brook University
Irit Meir, University of Haifa
Language 81:3 (2005), 742–745
итальянский (LIS)
Iconicity and Arbitrariness in Italian Sign Language
Paola Pietrandrea
Sign Language Studies
2:3 (2002), 296–321
ISL
The Role of Iconicity in International Sign
Rachel Rosenstock
Sign Language Studies
8:2 (2008), 131–159
итальянский (LIS)
Iconicity and Productivity in Sign Language Discourse:
An Analysis of Three LIS Discourse Registers
Tommaso Russo
Sign Language Studies 4:2 (2004), 164–197
американский (ASL)
Language from the body: Iconicity and metaphor in
American Sign Language. Book Review
Phyllis Perrin Wilcox, University of New Mexico
Book Reviews, 254–258

Компьютерная лингвистика

греческий (GSL)
Feature-based natural language processing for GSL synthesis
Eleni Efthimiou, Stavroula-Evita Fotinea, Institute for Language and Speech Processing, Athens
Galini Sapountzaki, University of Thessaly
Sign Language & Linguistics
10:1 (2007), 3–23

Поэзия

французский (LFS)
Rhythmic structures in French Sign Language (LSF) nursery rhymes
Marion Blondel, Université François Rabelais de Tours
Christopher Miller, Université du Québec à Montréal
Sign Language & Linguistics
3:1 (2000), 59–77
французский (LFS)
Movement and Rhythm in Nursery Rhymes in LSF
Marion Blondel and Christopher Miller
Sign Language Studies
2:1 (2001), 24–61
британский (BSL)
Aspects of BSL poetry. A social and linguistic analysis
of the poetry of Dorothy Miles
Rachel Sutton-Spence, University of Bristol
Sign Language & Linguistics
3:1 (2000), 79–100
Sign language poetry and Deaf identity
Rachel Sutton-Spence, Centre for Deaf Studies, University of Bristol, UK
Ronice Müller de Quadros, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil
Sign Language & Linguistics
8:1/2 (2005), 175–210
британский (BSL)
Phonological “Deviance” in British Sign Language Poetry
Rachel Sutton-Spence
Sign Language Studies
2:1 (2001), 62–83
Special Section on Phonology and Poetry. Introduction
Rachel Sutton-Spence and Harry van der Hulst
Sign Language Studies
2:1 (2001), 20–23
Symmetry in Sign Language Poetry
Rachel Sutton-Spence, Michiko Kaneko
Sign Language Studies
7:3 (2007), 284–318

Референция (дискурс?)

бразильский (LSB)
Person and deixis in Brazilian Sign Language, 1996
Norine Berenz, Inter American University and University of the Witwatersrand
Sign Language & Linguistics
3:1 (2000), 137–142
американский (ASL)
бразильский (LSB)
Insights into person deixis
Norine Berenz, Inter American University of Puerto Rico and University of the Witwatersrand
Sign Language & Linguistics
5:2 (2002), 203–227
хорватский (HZJ)
Pronominal system in Croatian Sign Language
Tamara Alibašić Ciciliani, Croatia
Ronnie B. Wilbur, USA
Sign Language & Linguistics
9:1/2 (2006), 95–132
американский (ASL)
Conceptual Spaces and Pronominal
Reference in American Sign Language, 1992
Karen van Hoek, University of Michigan
Nordic Journal of Linguistics 15, 183-199
американский (ASL)
Pronominalization in American Sign Language
Judy Kegl, University of Southern Maine
Sign Language & Linguistics
6:2 (2003), 245–265
американский (ASL)
Putting some of the syntax back into semantics
Richard Lacy, University of Southern California
Sign Language & Linguistics
6:2 (2003), 211–243
американский (ASL)
Referential morphology in signed languages
Susan Lloyd McBurney, University of Washington
Sign Language & Linguistics
8:1/2 (2005), 211–215
шведский (SSL)
Form and discourse function of the pointing toward the chest in Swedish Sign Language
Anna-Lena Nilsson, Department of Sign Language, Institute of Linguistics, Stockholm University
Sign Language & Linguistics
7:1 (2004), 3–30
What ‘you’ and ‘I’ mean to each other: Person indexicals, self-ascription, and theory of mind
Stephen Wechsler
Language 86:2 (2010), 332–365

Классификаторы

южноафриканский (SASL)
Classifier Predicates and the Creation of Multiple Perspectives in South African Sign Language
Debra Aarons, Ruth Zilla Morgan
Sign Language Studies 3:2 (2003), 125–156
каталанский (LSC)
аргентинский (LSA)
Valency in classifier predicates: A syntactic analysis
Elena Benedicto, Purdue University, Linguistics/Department of English, United States
Sandra Cvejanov, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina
Josep Quer, ICREA — Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Lingua 117 (2007), 1202–1215
американский (ASL)
гонконгский
швейцарско-немецкий (DSGS)
Symmetry and dominance: A cross-linguistic
study of signs and classifier constructions
Petra Eccarius, Diane Brentari
Purdue University, United States
Lingua 117 (2007), 1169–1201

Hong Kong Sign Language, and Swiss German Sign Language

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