Nonmanuals in Sign Language

Special issue of Sign Language & Linguistics 14:1 (2011)

Editors
| University of Göttingen
| University of Göttingen
[Sign Language & Linguistics, 14:1]  2011.  vi, 212 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editor’s Notepad
1–2
Editor’s Notepad
1–2
Articles
Nonmanuals in sign languages
Annika Herrmann and Markus Steinbach
3–8
Syntax and prosodic consequences in ASL: Evidence from multiple WH-questions
Sarah Churng
9–48
Negation in Turkish Sign Language: The syntax of nonmanual markers
Kadir Gökgöz
49–75
Eye gaze and verb agreement in German Sign Language: A first glance
Jana Hosemann
76–93
Mouth gestures in British Sign Language: A case study of tongue protrusion in BSL narratives
Donna Lewin and Adam C. Schembri
94–114
Nonmanual markings for topic constructions in Hong Kong Sign Language
Felix Sze
115–147
Nonmanuals, semantic operators, domain marking, and the solution to two outstanding puzzles in ASL
Ronnie B. Wilbur
148–178
Linguistics as structure in computer animation: Toward a more effective synthesis of brow motion in American Sign Language
Rosalee Wolfe, Peter Cook, John C. McDonald and Jerry Schnepp
179–199
Book Review
Kristin Jean Mulrooney, Extraordinary from the ordinary — Personal experience narratives in American Sign Language
Reviewed by Frank Bechter
201–206
Dissertation Abstract
The signing of Deaf children with autism: Lexical phonology and perspective-taking in the visual-spatial modality: (The University of Texas at Austin, 2010)
Aaron Shield
207–212
Subjects

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