NACCL-29

NACCL Proceedings Online — NACCL-29 (2017)
 

Proceedings of the 29th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-29)
NACCL-29 Proceedings - Volume 1 coverEdited by Lan Zhang
Memphis, TN: University of Memphis

Conference Organizer:
Richard VanNess Simmons (Rutgers University)

Distributed by NACCL Proceedings Online,
The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
 

Proceedings of the 29th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-29).
Volume 1. 

PDF icon Volume 1 - cover

PDF icon Front matters (inside front cover, table of contents, conference
organizer's remarks and acknowledgments, and preface)

  1. PDF icon PART 1. INVITED PAPERS
    1. David Branner (p. 1)  PDF icon pdf
        Wenyan Syntax as Context-Free Formal Grammar

    2. Marinus Van Den Berg 范德博 (p. 85)  PDF icon pdf
        The China Urban Language Survey Project: 2003-2016
     
  2. PDF icon PART 2. PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY
    3. Yi Jen Chen (p. 99)  PDF icon pdf
        Taiwan Mandarin Tone Sandhi Variation of the Intonational Phrasing in Fast Speech

    4. Yuchau E. Hsiao 蕭宇超 (p. 114)  PDF icon pdf
        Intonational Phrasing in Zhuolan Raoping

    5. Lu Lu (p. 125)  PDF icon pdf
        Analysis of Tone-Melody Relationship Problems in Huju

    6. Christopher Oakden (p. 141)  PDF icon pdf
        Checked Tone Merger in the Nanjing Dialect: An Acoustic Analysis

    7. Sheng-Fu Wang (p. 153)  PDF icon pdf
        Onset Voicing and Tone Distribution in the Taiwanese Lexicon
     
  3. PDF icon PART 3. DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
    8. Kam Cheong Chiu (p. 166)  PDF icon pdf
        Exploring the Role of Utterance-Final Particle lō in Turn Allocation in Cantonese
        Conversation

    9. Chia-yin Hu (p. 187)  PDF icon pdf
        Information Structure in English, Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese Southern Min: Argument
        Realization of Ditransitive Objects
     
  4. PDF icon PART 4. HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS
    10. Chihkai Lin (p. 203)  PDF icon pdf
          Common Mandarin Chinese Revisited: Focusing on Initials

    11. Sicheng Wang (p. 217)  PDF icon pdf
          A Research on the Error Types in Four Editions of Bǎijiā xìng in hP’ags-pa Script
     
  5. PDF icon PART 5. LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
    12. Ruyi Dai (p. 226)  PDF icon pdf
          Short bei Passives in L2 Chinese

    13. Lan Zhang (p. 245)  PDF icon pdf
          Learners’ Choice of Nominal Forms to Introduce a New Referent in Chinese Discourse
     
  6. PDF icon PART 6. LEXICOLOGY
    14. Victoria Bogushevskaya (p. 255)  PDF icon pdf
          Modern Standard Mandarin Lacks a Basic Colour Term for ORANGE: Formal and
          Experimental Evidence

    15. Yi-Yang Cheng (p. 268)  PDF icon pdf
          Intersubjectification across the Taiwan Strait: The Emergence of Adverbial (Yi) Zhengge
          in Taiwan Mandarin Revisited
     
  7. PDF icon PART 7. LANGUAGE CONTACT
    16. Mark J. Alves (p. 286)  PDF icon pdf
          Chinese Loanwords in Vietnamese Pronouns and Terms of Address and Reference
     

Proceedings of the 29th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-29).
Volume 2.

PDF icon Volume 2 - cover

PDF icon Front matters (inside front cover and table of contents)

  1. PART 8. SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS
    PDF icon PART 8-a

    17. Yu-Chuan Lucy Chiang (p. 304)  PDF icon pdf
          A Movement Analysis of Right Dislocation: The Case of Mandarin Chinese

    18. Pui Lun Chow (p. 316)  PDF icon pdf
          Syntax-Semantic Interface of Cantonese Sentences with Specific Indefinite Subjects:
          A Conceptual Semantic Account

    19. Peng (Benjamin) Han (p. 330)  PDF icon pdf
          A Force-Theoretic Approach to the Mandarin ba-Construction

    20. Dawei Jin (p. 344)  PDF icon pdf
          Copulas and the Class of Copular Constructions in a Cross-Sinitic Perspective

    21. Pei-Jung Kuo (p. 363)  PDF icon pdf
          The BEI Era and the Double Object Construction in Mandarin Chinese

    22. So Young Lee, Hongchen Wu, Lei Liu and Jiwon Yun (p. 373)  PDF icon pdf
          Prosody and Wh-scope Interpretation in Chinese

    PDF icon PART 8-b
    23. Lei Liu (p. 381)  PDF icon pdf
          Mandarin SOV Word Order and Applicative Shift

    24. Yanxiao Ma and Phil Branigan (p. 399)  PDF icon pdf
          Parametric Variation in Resultative Patterns in Chinese Dialects

    25. Russell Tanenbaum (p. 413)  PDF icon pdf
          Dependencies between Adverbs and Sentence-Final Particles, in and beyond Mandarin

    26. Liulin Zhang (p. 423)  PDF icon pdf
          The Typology of Labile Verbs and Chinese

    27. Mi Zhou and Yao Yao (p. 443)  PDF icon pdf
          When Speaker-Oriented Adverb also Functions as Focus Particle -- Syntax and Semantics
          of Mandarin Chinese pianpian

     
  2. PART 9. SOCIOLINGUISTICS AND REGIONAL VARIETIES
    PDF icon PART 9-a

    28. Hongyuan Dong (p. 463)  PDF icon pdf
          Language Policy, Dialect Writing and Linguistic Diversity

    29. Hai Hu and Yiwen Zhang (p. 481)  PDF icon pdf
          Path of Vowel Raising in the Chengdu Dialect of Mandarin

    30. 黃菊芳 (p. 499)  PDF icon pdf
          臺灣桃園市觀音區客家話的微觀空間分布

    31. Wen Lu (p. 519)  PDF icon pdf
          Strong and Weak Personal Pronouns in Tunxi Hui Chinese

    PDF icon PART 9-b
    32. Henghua Su (p. 533)  PDF icon pdf
          Historical Change of Diminutives in Southern Wu Dialects

    33. Qian Wang (p. 545)  PDF icon pdf
          Xin [ʋen] Lianbo? Language Attitudes to V-type Phonetic Variation in Putonghua

    34. 徐祎 (p. 558)  PDF icon pdf
          马来西亚华语的历时考察

    35. Masayuki Yoshikawa (p. 567)  PDF icon pdf
          An Introductory Study on the Pronunciation and the Tone Pattern of Chinese Characters
          in the Recitation of Panwang dage in the Mien Language

    36. Mingzhe Zheng and Jie Liu (p. 584)  PDF icon pdf
          Language Attitude and Linguistic Practice of Northeastern Migrants in Beijing, China

 

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