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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

언어와 언어학검색

Language and Linguistics


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 언어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1225-4967
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 49권 0호 (2010)
6,200
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This paper observed a specific phenomenon with respect to the characteristics of ‘irrealis’-sentences in German texts. The ‘irrealis’-sentences mean the sentences which have a logical relationship between ‘condition and consequence’, although they do not contain a wenn-clause. Lots of German grammarians have studied this phenomenon, namely focused on the ‘condition-consequence’ sentence, but they have dealt with it just in isolated sentences and ignored the contextual conditions. That is the reason why they did not explain and describe its characteristic completely. Taken the awareness of such methodological problems as a starting point, this paper tried to explain the ‘irrealis’-sentences without a wenn-clause in view of the concerned contexts. The following factors of these sentences were treated: the conditions of their realization, the formal construction and the contextual structure.

한국어 코퍼스에 나타난 “얼굴”의 은유적 의미의 인지언어학적 분석

김해연 ( Hae Yeon Kim )
6,300
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This research is a corpus-based exploration of the metaphorical meanings of elkwul ``face`` in Korean from the perspective of cognitive linguistics. It first discusses the frequency of elkwul in the corpus in terms of types of modifiers. It also characterizes meanings of elkwul in five categories. Second, among various meanings elkwul, this study focuses on the metonymical and metaphorical uses of elkwul, examining nouns which coocuur with elkwul. Third, this research investigates metaphorical extension of the meanings of elkwul, showing that such extension is based on metaphorical schemas of a face as a body part, showing the embodied nature of language. Finally, this research proposes that a corpus-based cognitive approach is useful in characterizing the metaphorical extension of the meanings of body-part terms in Korean.

Headlines of Online/Offline News Articles: Informativeness vs. Attractiveness

( Eun Ju Noh )
6,500
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This paper addresses the issue of the difference between headlines of online and offline news articles, focusing on two major properties that headlines are supposed to have: informativeness and attractiveness. This research collects 400 news headlines (200 from three major daily newspapers in Korea and 200 from their websites) and examines which type is the more informative. The same headlines are also evaluated by 205 readers on how strong they feel like reading the articles from the headlines. The result is that offline headlines are more informative than online headlines and online headlines are more attractive than offline headlines. Finally, the range of attractiveness is wider in offline headlines than in online headlines. These are all significant differences between offline and online headlines.
7,600
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This paper reexamines Halliday’s (1975) theory of functional categories of infants’ utterances. Halliday’s functional category relies on the perspective of Self as Agent vs. Others as Patient and Halliday’s glossary did not provide any distinctive features for judging the categories. As an alternative approach, this paper suggests different functional categories -i.e., Directive, Informative, and Expressive- and provides four distinctive features: [±Monologue], [±Animated], [±Beneficiary], and [±Imaginary]. This paper emphasizes three key aspects to consider in analyzing infants’ verbal utterances: the importance of systematic consultant with the context of utterance, the dialogic nature of language function in interpreting infants’ communicative intention, and the comprehensive understanding of the participants and the setting. Finally, the significance of studying infants’ communicative intentions on understanding the relationship between linguistic and cognitive development is discussed.

텍스트 정보와 언어지식 : 주제구조표지 분석과 탐색

서종석 ( Jong Seok Soh )
6,200
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This paper analyses the linguistic markers identified as potential thematic introducers and captures the linguistic information related to them. Our approach is based on the Contextual Exploration Method, which states that semantic information associated to textual segments can be identified by linguistic primary marks and a set of clues that would help to minimize their ambiguity. The purpose of this paper is to detail how linguistic information concerning the thematic introducers (pour ce qui est de, en ce qui concerne, a propos de, au sujet de, etc.) is captured. The ultimate aim of this analysis is to provide a tool using linguistic expressions to extract thematic information.

Grammaticalization on the Language Processing Level: The case of Owing to and Due to

( Mi Kyung Ahn ) , ( Sung A Kim )
6,000
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This study is aimed at identifying the role of analogy in grammaticalization and proving the need to look at grammaticalization on the language processing level as well as on the language output level. Looking at a change on the processing level throws a different light on the common notion that grammaticalization follows gradual linear path, which is crucially determined by reanalysis. This investigation displays that owing to was attracted to the preposition category by analogy to the already existing deverbal preposition construction in English, and due to was also formed by analogy to owing to on the basis of semantic similarity.

L1 Acquisition of Unaccusativity in Korean

( Eun Jeong Oh ) , ( Hyuna Park )
7,200
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This paper investigates the L1 acquisition of unaccusativity by 5-year-old and 6-year-old Korean children, using an oral grammaticality judgment task. The children``s knowledge of the unaccusative-unergative distinction was tested with respect to the resultative -a/e iss- and the degree adverb keuy, both of which are available exclusively with unaccusatives. The results show that the children recognized that the resultative and keuy were grammatical with unaccusatives, but not with unergatives. This suggests the distinction is present in child grammar around the age of 5. This paper also examines the role of the morpheme ci-, argued to be a morphosyntactic reflex of unaccusativity in Korean.

순행적 추론의 활성화 연구

유덕근 ( Duck Geun Yoo )
6,800
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This paper examines inference, i.e., the act of pursuing cohesion and coherence in text by activating implicit information based on knowledge stored in the memories. In particular, this paper aims to discuss the dichotomy between “bridging inferences” and “predictive inferences” based on theoretical and empirical approaches. In the empirical level, this paper introduces the results of experiment that the subject``s predictive inference process was investigated in real time by parameterizing logical links in Korean. The experiment results show that as SMF-Model assumes, when enough context and situation information is provided, predictive inferences can occur prior to propositional level and be included at the final representation of text.

The Causal Link Analysis of Resultatives

( Young Han Chung )
7,300
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To account for the syntactic and argument structures of resultatives, many analyses have been presented, including the binary SC (Small Clause) analysis, the ternary analysis, and the constructional approach. In the present study, the “causal link (CL) analysis” is proposed, which suggests that the cause part and the result part of a resultative are linked by the null causative verb CHANGE, which takes a resultative SC as its complement. CHANGE denotes either a change of state (CHANGES) or a change of location (CHANGEL). This new approach will reveal the different underlying syntactic and argument structures of various resultative constructions which appear to have the same structures.

Korean Non-plurals in a Determiner Context

( Yoon Kyoung Joh )
7,000
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This paper presents a new analysis for the Korean non-plural that is placed in a determiner context. Previously, Kim (2005) has explained why the Korean non-plural only has a singular meaning when a determiner is positioned in front of it, relying on the concept of Semantic Polarization. Yet, his analysis faces serious problems. Overcoming the limitations, in this paper, I argue that the absence of the plural reading in case of the non-plural used with a determiner is due to the incompatiblity between the supremum operator evoked by the determiner and the group denotation of the non-plural. The claim of this paper serves as strong evidence for the existence of groups in the grammar.
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