List of John Benjamins publications for which Gladys Tang plays a role.
Chapter 10. Educating bilingual and multilingual deaf children in the 21st century. Understanding Deafness, Language and Cognitive Development: Essays in honour of Bencie Woll, Morgan, Gary (ed.), pp. 183–2042020.
This chapter offers an overview of sign bilingual education and some of the complex issues and challenges that impacted the evolution of sign bilingual practices in Europe, Australia and Asia. One such challenge is the promotion of inclusive education in recent years, which triggers a new thinking… read more | Chapter
R-impersonals in Hong Kong Sign Language. Impersonal human reference in Sign Languages, Barberà, Gemma and Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (eds.), pp. 284–3062018.
This paper discusses R-impersonals in Hong Kong Sign Language (HKSL). As evidenced in our questionnaire and conversation data, R-impersonals in HKSL typically make use of null forms, the non-specific indefinite determiner (i.e., onedet-path (someone)/onedet-path (anyone)), distinguished by… read more | Article
Acquisition of Simultaneous Constructions by Deaf Children of Hong Kong Sign Language. Simultaneity in Signed Languages: Form and function, Vermeerbergen, Myriam, Lorraine Leeson and Onno A. Crasborn (eds.), pp. 283–3162007.
Acquisition of English Reflexive Binding by Cantonese Learners: Testing the Positive Transfer Hypothesis. Morphology and its Interfaces in Second Language Knowledge, Beck, Maria-Luise (ed.), pp. 165 ff.1998.
Chapter 12. Developing an inventory of handshapes, locations, and movements in Hong Kong Sign Language. Advances in Sign Language Corpus Linguistics, Wehrmeyer, Ella (ed.), pp. 309–3522023.
In this chapter, we describe how we incorporate the Prosodic Model (Brentari 1998), especially the concept of a hierarchy of nodes with features, into a template for feature coding of sign entries in a lexical database, and how we make use of the features to organize learner’s dictionaries of… read more | Chapter