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The non-dominant hand perseveration and movement in SZJ locative constructions
Matic Pavlič, 2018, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: In sign languages, signers habitually encode the relations between locative arguments with a complex predicate consisting of several independent morphemes, as shown by Pfau and Aboh (2012) for Sign Language of the Netherlands. In this study, I examine perseverations and movements of the non-dominant hand (H2) in Slovenian Sign Language (SZJ) locative constructions. In SZJ, the H2may be persevered after producing the two-handed Ground in locative constructions. This is shown by the data collected from seven first language SZJ informants, using a Picture Description Task. The referential location as well as the orientation and the handshape of this perseveration may change at the sign-boundary when the one-handed Figure has just been articulated and the one-handed predicate is about to be signed. Before this sign-boundary, the handshape of the persevered H2 refers to the Ground – and is therefore a Ground classifier. After that boundary, the handshape of the persevered H2 refers to the part of the Ground that is relevant for localizing the Figure – and is therefore an axial part classifier that projects aMeasure Phrase.
Keywords: locative construction, non-dominant hand perseveration, measure phrase, Slovenian Sign Language
Published in RUNG: 20.03.2018; Views: 4199; Downloads: 172
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Complementizer doubling in Slovenian subordinate clauses
Vesna Plesničar, 2017, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: complementizer, complementizer doubling, complementizer phrase, subordinate clauses, split CP hypothesis
Published in RUNG: 15.01.2018; Views: 3971; Downloads: 0
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The dominant and non-dominant hand movement in Slovenian Sign Language locative constructions
Matic Pavlič, 2017, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: In sign languages, signers habitually encode the relations between locative arguments with a complex predicate consisting of several independent morphemes, as shown by Pfau and Aboh (2012) for Sign Language of the Netherlands. In this study, I discuss the direction and composition of locative movement in Slovenian Sign Language (SZJ), distinguishing it from the movement of non-locative predicates in this language. This distinction gives support to the original distinction between agreeing and spatially agreeing predicates that was first suggested for American Sign Language (ASL) by Padden (1983).
Keywords: Slovenian Sign Language, locative construction, prepositional phrase, hand movement, non-dominant hand perseveration
Published in RUNG: 07.11.2017; Views: 4319; Downloads: 0
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Restricting Left Branch Extraction in Slovenian
Petra Mišmaš, 2017, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: noun phrase, NP, DP, Left Branch Extraction, split DP, Slovenian, syntax
Published in RUNG: 26.10.2017; Views: 4635; Downloads: 0
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Slovenian questions with short wh-movement and the low periphery
Petra Mišmaš, 2017, original scientific article

Keywords: wh-movement, wh-questions, topic phrase, focus phrase, wh-phrase, low periphery Slovenian, syntax, cartography
Published in RUNG: 18.10.2017; Views: 4243; Downloads: 0
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Surviving sluicing
Franc Marušič, Petra Mišmaš, Vesna Plesničar, Tina Šuligoj, 2016, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: sluicing, discourse particles, multiple wh-fronting, wh-phrase, left periphery, syntax, Slovenian
Published in RUNG: 14.12.2016; Views: 5027; Downloads: 0
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