Article published In:
Sign Language & Linguistics
Vol. 2:1 (1999) ► pp.87112
Cited by

Cited by 18 other publications

Coppola, Marie & Elissa L. Newport
2005. Grammatical Subjects in home sign: Abstract linguistic structure in adult primary gesture systems without linguistic input. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102:52  pp. 19249 ff. DOI logo
Horton, Laura
2022. Lexical overlap in young sign languages from Guatemala. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 7:1 DOI logo
Hou, Lynn & Connie de Vos
2022. Classifications and typologies: Labeling sign languages and signing communities. Journal of Sociolinguistics 26:1  pp. 118 ff. DOI logo
Kusters, A.
2010. Deaf Utopias? Reviewing the Sociocultural Literature on the World's "Martha's Vineyard Situations". Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 15:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Lutzenberger, Hannah, Katie Mudd, Rose Stamp & Adam Charles Schembri
2023. The social structure of signing communities and lexical variation: A cross-linguistic comparison of three unrelated sign languages. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 8:1 DOI logo
Morford, Jill P. & Barbara Hänel‐Faulhaber
2011. Homesigners as Late Learners: Connecting the Dots from Delayed Acquisition in Childhood to Sign Language Processing in Adulthood. Language and Linguistics Compass 5:8  pp. 525 ff. DOI logo
Moriarty, Erin & Lynn Hou
2023. Deaf Communities. In A New Companion to Linguistic Anthropology,  pp. 122 ff. DOI logo
Mudd, Katie, Connie de Vos & Bart de Boer
2022. Shared Context Facilitates Lexical Variation in Sign Language Emergence. Languages 7:1  pp. 31 ff. DOI logo
Mudd, Katie, Hannah Lutzenberger, Connie de Vos, Paula Fikkert, Onno Crasborn & Bart de Boer
2020. The effect of sociolinguistic factors on variation in the Kata Kolok lexicon. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 6:1  pp. 53 ff. DOI logo
Nonaka, Angela M.
2014. (Almost) everyone here spoke Ban Khor Sign Language—Until they started using TSL: Language shift and endangerment of a Thai village sign language. Language & Communication 38  pp. 54 ff. DOI logo
Osugi, Yutaka
2012. Lexical Sharing Phenomenon among Sign Language Users in Japan. Japanese Journal of Sign Language Studies 21:0  pp. 15 ff. DOI logo
Reed, Lauren W.
2022. Sign networks: Nucleated network sign languages and rural homesign in Papua New Guinea. Language in Society 51:4  pp. 627 ff. DOI logo
Richie, Russell, Charles Yang & Marie Coppola
2014. Modeling the Emergence of Lexicons in Homesign Systems. Topics in Cognitive Science 6:1  pp. 183 ff. DOI logo
Sagara, Keiko & Nick Palfreyman
2020. Variation in the numeral system of Japanese Sign Language and Taiwan Sign Language. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 6:1  pp. 119 ff. DOI logo
Supalla, Ted, Fanny Limousin & Betsy Hicks McDonald
2020. Historical Change in American Sign Language. In The Handbook of Historical Linguistics,  pp. 423 ff. DOI logo
Tkachman, Oksana & Carla L. Hudson Kam
2020. Measuring lexical and structural conventionalization in young sign languages. Sign Language & Linguistics 23:1-2  pp. 208 ff. DOI logo
van Nispen, Karin, W. Mieke. E. van de Sandt-Koenderman & Emiel Krahmer
2017. Production and Comprehension of Pantomimes Used to Depict Objects. Frontiers in Psychology 8 DOI logo
[no author supplied]
2022. Bibliography. Journal of Sociolinguistics 26:1  pp. 137 ff. DOI logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 15 may 2024. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.