Onno A. Crasborn

Onno A. Crasborn

is author/editor of the following titles:

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Simultaneity in Signed Languages: Form and function
Edited by Myriam Vermeerbergen, Lorraine Leeson and Onno A. Crasborn
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 281]  2007.  viii, 360 pp. (incl. CD-Rom)

is author of the following articles:

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Mudd, Katie, Hannah Lutzenberger, Connie de Vos, Paula Fikkert, Onno A. Crasborn and Bart de Boer. 2020. “The effect of sociolinguistic factors on variation in the Kata Kolok lexicon”. In Macro and micro-social variation in Asia-Pacific sign languages, 53–88
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Crasborn, Onno A.. 2016. “Phonetics”. In The Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, 229–249
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Kooij, Els van der and Onno A. Crasborn. 2016. “Phonology”. In The Linguistics of Sign Languages: An introduction, 251–278
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Crasborn, Onno A., Els van der Kooij, Dafydd Waters, Bencie Woll and Johanna Mesch. 2008. “Frequency distribution and spreading behavior of different types of mouth actions in three sign languages”. Sign Language & Linguistics 11:1, 45–67
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Crasborn, Onno A., Johanna Mesch, Dafydd Waters, Annika Nonhebel, Els van der Kooij, Bencie Woll and Brita Bergman. 2007. “Sharing sign language data online”. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 12:4, 535–562
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Vermeerbergen, Myriam, Lorraine Leeson and Onno A. Crasborn. 2007. “Simultaneity in Signed Languages.”. In Simultaneity in Signed Languages: Form and function, 1–25
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Crasborn, Onno A. and Els van der Kooij. 2003. “Base joint configuration in Sign Language of the Netherlands”. In The Phonological Spectrum: Volume I: Segmental structure, 257–287
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Crasborn, Onno A., Harry van der Hulst and Els van der Kooij. 2001. “SignPhon”. In Sign Transcription and Database Storage of Sign Information, 215–228
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Crasborn, Onno A. and Els van der Kooij. 1997. “Relative Orientation in Sign Language Phonology”. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997, 37–48