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A Matter of Complexity Subordination in Sign Languages

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A Matter of Complexity Subordination in Sign Languages

A Matter of Complexity Subordination in Sign Languages PDF

Given that natural languages ​​exist in two different modalities – the visual -inventing modality of sign languages ​​and the hearing -oral modality of spoken languages ​​- it is obvious that all areas of research in modern linguistics will benefit from research on Sign languages.

Although previous studies have provided important information on a wide range of sign language phenomena, there are still many aspects of sign languages ​​that have not yet been studied.

The structure of the subordinate clauses is an example.

The study of these complex syntactic structures in the visual-industrial modality adds to our understanding of the linguistic variation in the area of ​​subordination.

In addition, it offers new empirical and theoretical evidence concerning the possible structures and functions of subordination in natural languages.

And finally and above all, it answers the question to which measure the corresponding morphosyntactic and prosodic strategies depend on the modality of the joint and the perception.

This volume represents the first collection of articles by leading experts in the field investigating on subjects that go beyond the analysis of simple clauses.

It therefore contributes to innovative ways to recent debates on syntax, prosody, semantics, the structure of discourse and the structure of information and their complex interrelation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Date:2016

 

 

 

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