NACCL-22 & IACL-18

NACCL Proceedings Online — NACCL-22 & IACL-18 (2010) 

Proceedings of the 22rd North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-22) and the 18th International Conference on Chinese Linguistics (IACL-18).
Edited by Lauren Eby Clemens and Chi-Ming Louis Liu.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Distributed by NACCL Proceedings Online, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

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Volume 1

Part I: Applied linguistics

  1. 鄭縈、游孟庭 (p. 1-16)
  2. Eom, Ik-sang 严翼相 (p. 17-30)
    Recovering Cultural Identity and Refreshing Chinese Flavors: Four Language Policies in the Republic of Korea 1948-2010
  3. Xu, Yi (p. 31-48)
    The Noun Phrase Accessibility Hierarchy in Chinese as a Foreign Language Learners’ Interlanguage

Part II: Diachronic linguistics

  1. Chen, Xiu-Lan 陈秀兰 (p. 49-62)
    汉译佛典的“S, N 是”句及其来源研究——以梵、汉本 《撰集百缘经》、 《金光明经》、
    《维摩诘经》、《妙法莲华经》 的对勘为例
  2. Cho, Eun-Jeong 曹銀晶 (p. 63-80)
    A Study on the Phenomenon of “YeYiYi” in the Analects 談《論語》中
  3. Lai, Chia Yee 赖佳瑜 (p. 81-98)
    A Study of Lexical Diffusion in Chinese Characters 文字层面的词汇扩散现象
  4. Li, Kai 李凱 (p. 99-108)
  5. Pan, Mu Tian 潘牧天 (p. 109-121)
  6. 叶荧光 (p. 122-137)
  7. 张民权 (p. 138-150)
    赣语小称儿尾词“仂”(li)之音韵溯源 ——兼论汉语儿化音的历史层次 与类
  8. 张全真 (p. 151-157)
  9. 徐时仪 (p. 158-168)

Part III: Language Acquisition

  1. Lee, Sun Hee (p. 169-186)
  2. Su, Yi (Esther) and Stephen Crain (p. 187-202)
    Disjunction and Conditional in Child Mandarin

Part IV: Morphology

  1. Liu, Meichun, Tzu-I Chiang and I-Fan Lai (p. 203-217)
    Force Dynamics and Social Interaction Verbs in Mandarin
  2. Wang, Renqiang (p. 218-231)
    A Validity Study of the Word Class System in Modern Chinese as Seen from The Contemporary Chinese Dictionary (5th edition)
  3. Wang, Zhijun (p. 232-245)
    The Head of the Chinese Adjectives and ABB Reduplication
  4. Xia, Jun 夏军 (p. 246-263)
  5. Yan, Ling 阎玲 (p. 264-273)
  6. Yang, Lu 杨璐 (p. 274-282)

Part V: Phonetics and Phonology

  1. Chen, Szu-wei, James Myers, and Jane Tsay (p. 283-300)
    Testing the Allomorph Selection Hypothesis in Taiwanese Tone Sandhi
  2. Endo, Masahiro 遠藤雅裕 (p. 301-315)
  3. Hsieh, Feng-fan (p. 316-330)
    Rhyme phonotactics in Taiwanese: A dispersion-theoretic perspective
  4. Huang, Tsan 黄璨 (p. 331-344)
    Er-suffixation in Chinese monophthongs: phonological analysis and phonetic data
  5. Lee, Leslie (p. 345-362)
    The Tonal System of Singapore Mandarin
  6. Lin, Yen-Hwei (p. 363-382)
    Unexpected Morphophonological Outputs
  7. Liu, Te-hsin (p. 383-394)
    Incomplete Tone Merger as Evidence for Lexical Diffusion in Dalian

Part VI: Psycholinguistics

  1. Cheung, Pierina, Peggy Li and David Barner (p. 395-412)
    Individuation and Quantification: Do bare nouns in Mandarin Chinese individuate?
  2. Lin, Chien-Jer Charles (p. 413-428)
    Comprehending Chinese Relative Clauses in Context: Thematic Patterns and Grammatical Functions
  3. Lin, Hsin-Ni and Chien-Jer Charles Lin (p. 429-437)
  4. 沈兴安,杨亦鸣与封世文 (p. 438-452)

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Part VII: Semantics and Pragmatics

  1. Chen, Hsiang-Yun (p. 1-17)
    Logophoric ziji in DRT
  2. Erlewine, Michael Yoshitaka (p. 18-35)
    Sentence-Final Only and the Interpretation of Focus in Mandarin Chinese
  3. Li, Xiao amd Carlos A. Fasola (p. 36-53)
    The Semantics of yue…yue in Mandarin Chinese
  4. Wu, Jiun-Shiung and Jenny Yi-Chun Kuo (p. 54-71)
    Future and Modality: A Preliminary Study of jiang, hui, yao and yao … le in Mandarin Chinese

Part VIII: Syntax

  1. Ai, Ruixi Ressy (p. 72-83)
    Multi-Spec, Relativized Minimality and Movement in Mandarin
  2. Aldridge, Edith (p. 84-101)
    Focus and Archaic Chinese Word Order
  3. Chang, Melody Ya-Yin (p. 102-116)
    “Sluicing” in Hmong (A-Hmao)
  4. Chen, Yuan-Lu (p. 117-129)
    Degree Modification and Time Anchoring in Mandarin
  5. Chiu, Liching Livy (p. 130-144)
    Two Types of Light Verbs and v-Stranding VP Ellipsis in Chinese
  6. 朱元 (p. 145-162)
    粵語(廣州話)“V 下”、“VV 下”與“V 下V 下”形式關係探討
  7. Dai, Manchun (p. 163-177)
    The Case of Non-canonical Subjects in Chinese
  8. Ernst, Thomas (p. 178-195)
    Adverbs and Light Verbs
  9. Hsieh, Hsin-I (p. 196-208)
    The Interplay of the Synthesis and Analysis Macro-parameters in Jim Huang’s New Theory
  10. Hsu, Pei-Ling (p. 209-219)
    Wh-in-situ, Phase, and Arugment-adjunct Assymetry
  11. Huang, Rui-heng Ray (p. 220-229)
    On the Absence of Island Effects in Chinese Alternative Questions
  12. Jiang, Li Julie and Suhua Hu (p. 230-241)
    On Bare Classifier Phrases
  13. Li, Grant Xiaoguang (p. 242-253)
    Deriving Distributivity from Discourse
  14. Lin, Yi-An (p. 254-270)
    The De-marked Modification Structure in Mandarin Chinese
  15. Liu, Chi-Ming Louis (p. 271-286)
    Mandarin Chinese as an Exceed-type Language
  16. Liu, Haiyong (p. 287-304)
    What is A in Mandarin A-not-A Questions?
  17. Liu, Na (p. 305-322)
    The Distributions of the Aspect Markers Zhe and Le in the Chinese Youcoda Constructions
  18. Ming, Tao (p. 323-340)
    The Relative Position of Demonstratives and Relative Clauses in Mandarin Chinese
  19. Shen, YaMing and Keiko Mochizuki (p. 341-355)
    Inheritance of Argument Structure and Compounding Constraints of Resultative Compound Verbs in Chinese and Japanese
  20. 沈阳、魏航 (p. 356-371)
    动结式中动作V1 和结果V2 隐现的句法条件
  21. Ta, Hong-Thuong (p. 372-384)
    Interaction between structural positions and interpretations: Evidence from Chinese modal neng, keneng and Vietnamese modalcó the
  22. Ting, Jen (p. 385-394)
    The Nature of the Empty Subject in Gapless Bei Sentences in Early Mandarin
  23. Tseng, W.-H. Karen and T.-H. Jonah Lin (p. 395-407)
    A Post-Syntactic Approach to the A-not-A Questions
  24. Yang, Barry C.-Y. (p. 408-429)
    Null Subject Revisted
  25. Yang, Chun-Jung and Mao-Chang Ku (p. 430-442)
    On the Cleft Construction in Mandarin Chinese
  26. Yashima, Jun (p. 443-460)
    Event Structure, Unaccusativity, and Locative Inversion

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