3 edition of Space in Danish sign language found in the catalog.
Space in Danish sign language
|Series||International studies on sign language and communication of the deaf ;, v. 19, Internationale Arbeiten zur Gebärdensprache und Kommunikation Gehörloser ;, Bd. 19.|
|LC Classifications||HV2474 .E54 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||94195616|
Danish (/ ˈ d eɪ n ɪ ʃ / (); dansk pronounced (), dansk sprog [ˈtænˀsk ˈspʁɔwˀ]) is a North Germanic language spoken by about six million people, principally in Denmark, Greenland and in the region of Southern Schleswig in northern Germany, where it has minority language status. Also, minor Danish-speaking communities are found in Norway, Sweden, Spain, the United States, Canada. In sign languages, the term classifier construction refer to a morphological system that can express events and states. They use handshape classifiers to represent movement, location, and shape. Classifiers differ from signs in their morphology: signs consist of a single are composed of three meaningless phonological features: handshape, location, and movement.
In this book, an Australian Aboriginal sign language used by Indigenous people in the North East Arnhem Land (Northern Territory) is described on the level of spatial grammar. Topics discussed - Selection from The Use of Signing Space in a Shared Sign Language of Australia [Book]. The Meaning of Space in Sign Language: Reference, Specificity and Structure in Catalan Sign Language Discourse (Sign Languages and Deaf Communities [SLDC] Book 4) eBook: Barberà Altimira, Gemma: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Gemma Barberà Altimira.
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Space in Danish Sign Language (Signum Verlag): The Semantics and Morphosyntax of the Use of Space in a Visual Language (International Studies on Sign Language and,) 1st Edition. Be the first to review this item.
Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen, Space in Danish Sign Language. The Semantics and Morphosyntax of the Use of Space in a Visual Language. International Studies on Sign Language Research and Com-munication of the Deaf, vol.
Hamburg: Signum Verlag, PP-Brita Bergman, Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University, S Stockholm, SwedenCited by: 2. Space in Danish sign language: the semantics and morphosyntax of the use of space in a visual language.
In the course of examining how space is used in Danish Sign Language, Space in Danish Sign Language describes and discusses such phenomena as judgements of grammaticality, locus from a formal point of view, conventions influencing the frame of reference, time lines, locus and referentiality, shifted reference, shifted locus, shifted attribution of expressive elements, pointing signs, person in pronouns, referent.
Sign languages use space because they can. 1 In previous work on verb agreement in sign languages, we have discussed “the ability of a language produced in space to represent certain spatial and visual concepts iconically ” (Aronoff, Meir, & Sandler, ).
We resolved in that work what we called “the paradox of sign language morphology. Space is presently the focus of much research and debate across disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology, psychology, and philosophy.
One strong feature of this collection is to bring together theoretical and empirical contributions from these varied scientific traditions, with the collective aim of addressing fundamental questions at the forefront of the current literature: the nature Pages: formative power of language on thinking.
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Levinson Frontmatter More information. Preface. Bringing together sign language linguistics and the semantics-pragmatics interface, this book focuses on the use of signing space in Catalan Sign Language (LSC). On the basis of small-scale corpus data, it provides an exhaustive description of referential devices dependent on space.
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Introduction: Language and space having a center and a periphery. It divided the lexical stock into what was taken to be core elements as opposed to others that, because they were supposedly later develop ments, could be ignored in comparative research (Aarsleff ).
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This book is produced by The Danish Association of the Deafblind in collabo-ration with Centre for Sign Language – The Interpreter Training Program and The Information Centre for Aquired Deafblindness.
This book is produced with funding from the Danish Ministry of Education. Haptic Signals – a reference book ISBN Sign language has a long history behind it and ASL actually started in Europe in the 18th century. At one time, sign language was dealt a severe blow by a historic event known as Milan This resulted in a ban on sign language in the deaf schools of many countries.
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