Part ofIntegrating Gestures: The interdisciplinary nature of gesture
Edited by Gale Stam and Mika Ishino
[Gesture Studies 4] 2011
► pp. 27–48
When speech is prevented, gesture morphs emerge de novo. The morphs include standards of good form and syntagmatic values. However, when speech is present, gestures do not attain morph status, do not have standards of form or syntagmatic values.
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