Kadir Gökgöz

List of John Benjamins publications for which Kadir Gökgöz plays a role.

Articles

This study investigates differences in language production of native, early-learner, and late-learner Turkish Sign Language (Türk İşaret Dili – TİD) signers in the domain of classifiers. For this study, we conducted a picture-signing task to elicit clauses with classifier constructions from adult… read more | Article
Gökgöz, Kadir and Hande Sevgi 2020 Aspects of clause structure and morphology in Turkish Sign LanguageMorphological Complexity within and across Boundaries: In honour of Aslı Göksel, Gürer, Aslı, Dilek Uygun-Gökmen and Balkız Öztürk (eds.), pp. 313–352
We highlight some aspects of the clause structure of Turkish Sign Language (TİD). There are zero to three-argument predicates in TİD. We divide the paper into chapters according to the number of arguments, but morphological categorization of predicates is instrumental in understanding different… read more | Chapter
Gökgöz, Kadir 2017 Commentary on Bos (1998)Sign Language & Linguistics 20:2, pp. 270–278
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Gökgöz, Kadir 2013 Negation in Turkish Sign Language: The syntax of nonmanual markersNonmanuals in Sign Language, Herrmann, Annika and Markus Steinbach (eds.), pp. 47–72
This paper presents a detailed description of manual and nonmanual markers (NMMs) in negative sentences in Turkish Sign Language (TİD). It has been argued that TİD has a manual dominant pattern for negation with a backward head tilt being the major NMM in negative sentences. By contrast, in this… read more | Article
Gökgöz, Kadir 2011 Negation in Turkish Sign Language: The syntax of nonmanual markersNonmanuals in Sign Language, Herrmann, Annika and Markus Steinbach (eds.), pp. 49–75
This paper presents a detailed description of manual and nonmanual markers (NMMs) in negative sentences in Turkish Sign Language (TİD). It has been argued that TİD has a manual dominant pattern for negation with a backward head tilt being the major NMM in negative sentences. By contrast, in this… read more | Article