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D. Fischer Susan and Siple Patricia (Ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991. viii + 314. Sara Schley (a1). Hockett, C. Volume 13, Issue 4. October 1992, pp. 537-544. D. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.

Fischer, Susan D; Siple, Patricia. Includes bibliographical references.

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Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Lillo-Martin, Diane, and Richard Meier. Theoretical Linguistics 37(3–4): 95–141. Meir, Irit, Carol Padden, Mark Aronoff, and Wendy Sandler. In Proceedings of the 13th Texas Linguistics Society Meeting, ed.

Fischer, Susan, and Patricia Siple, eds. 1990. The phonology chapters present various models of representing the phonological structure of signs, whereas the syntax chapters mainly cover pronouns/deixis and motion verbs.

Topics of interest include linguistics, anthropology, semiotics, Deaf culture, and Deaf history and literature. published by. Gallaudet University Press. Volume 70, Spring 1991. View Formatted Version.

Only recently has linguistic research recognized sign languages as legitimate human languages with properties analogous to those cataloged for French or Navajo, for example. There are many different sign languages, which can be analyzed on a variety of levels—phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics—in the same way as spoken languages. Yet the recognition that not all of the principles established for spoken languages hold for sign languages has made sign languages a crucial testing ground for linguistic theory. Edited by Susan Fischer and Patricia Siple, this collection is divided into four sections, reflecting the traditional core areas of phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. Although most of the contributions consider American Sign Language (ASL), five treat sign languages unrelated to ASL, offering valuable perspectives on sign universals. Since some of these languages or systems are only recently established, they provide a window onto the evolution and growth of sign languages.
Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Volume 1: Linguistics download epub
Words Language & Grammar
Author: Susan D. Fischer,Patricia Siple
ISBN: 0226251497
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (December 20, 1990)
Pages: 348 pages