Visible Variation

Visible Variation

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This volume brings together work by scholars engaging in comparative sign linguistics research. The articles discuss data from many different signed and spoken languages. They focus on empirical and descriptive aspects of sign language variation and cover a wide range of topics from different areas of grammar. In addition to this, they address psycholinguistic issues, aspects of language change, and issues concerning data collection in sign languages.NEG (NEG) a#39;My brother is not a doctor/ The fact that headshake in LIU spreads from the manual negator towards the end of ... (2000). They state that aquot;if the same articulatory configuration will be used multiple times in close proximity, it tends to anbsp;...


Title:Visible Variation
Author: Pamela Perniss, Roland Pfau, Markus Steinbach
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2007
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