Locus agreement in American Sign Language

Autor/a: CORMIER, Kearsy; WECHSLER, Stephen; MEIER, Richard
Año: 1999
Editorial: Stanford, CA: CSLI Press, 1999
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital


Lingüística » Lingüística de otras Lenguas de Signos


ASL is a natural language used by most deaf people in the United States and Canada. For deaf children of deaf parents, ASL is aquired just as naturally as any spoken language. This study we use HPSG to shed new light on the agreement properties of one particular signed language, ASL.

En: Gert Webelhuth, Jean-Pierre Koenig & Andreas Kathol (eds.), Lexical and constructional aspects of linguistic explanation, pp. 215-229.