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The role and status of English in Turkish higher education
(Cambridge University Press, 2014-12)
Kachru’s (1992) Eccentric Circles framework has been very influential in understanding and explaining trends in the unprecedented spread of English around the world. However, so far the research within the World Englishes ...
Türk işaret dilinde sınıflandırıcılar üzerine bir çalışma
(Ahmet Yesevi Üniversitesi, 2013)
Bu çalışma Türk İşaret Dili’nde (TİD) sabit ve hareketli olayların anlatımında sınıflandırıcı kullanımını araştırmıştır. Beklendiği gibi, sonuçlar göstermektedir ki TİD sınıflandırıcıları nesnelerin içsel özellikleri ile ...
Sign languages ed. by Diane Brentari (review)
(University of Toronto Press, 2013-11)
There are two types of natural human languages: spoken and signed. Following the seminal works by Tervoort (1953) and Stokoe (1960), linguistic explorations over the past five decades or so have shown that sign languages ...
Space, time, and iconicity in turkish sign language (TID)
(Estonian Academy Publishers, 2012)
Much evidence points to the conclusion that temporal concepts are drawn primarily from the conceptualization of space. Sign languages provide a particularly suitable area for observing such arelationship since they employ ...
Evidence for minimal pairs in turkish sign language (TID)
Recently, many studies have examined the phonological parameters in sign languages from various research perspectives, paying close attention in particular to manual parameters such as handshape, place of articulation, ...
Expressing manner, location, and orientation in manner-only motion events in Turkish sign language
(Estonian Academy Publishers, 2015-09-10)
The path and manner of objects in motion events have been studied in many languages. Previous research has focused on whether both path and manner are expressed in the main verb and whether manner can be omitted due to ...