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Gesture and the nature of language

Gesture and the nature of language (10회 대출)

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Armstrong, David F. Stokoe, William C. Wilcox, Sherman.
서명 / 저자사항
Gesture and the nature of language / David F. Armstrong, William F. Stokoe, Sherman E. Wilcox.
발행사항
Cambridge ;   New York, NY, USA :   Cambridge University Press,   1995.  
형태사항
ix, 260 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0521462134 0521467721 (pbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-254) and indexes.
일반주제명
Gesture. Sign language. Biolinguistics. Grammar, Comparative and general --Syntax. Language and languages --Origin.
비통제주제어
Nonverbal communication,,
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300 ▼a ix, 260 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 23 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-254) and indexes.
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650 0 ▼a Biolinguistics.
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650 0 ▼a Language and languages ▼x Origin.
653 0 ▼a Nonverbal communication
653 0 ▼a Sign languages
700 1 ▼a Stokoe, William C.
700 1 ▼a Wilcox, Sherman.

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments = ⅹ
Introduction: language from the body = 1
1 The universe of gesture = 5
 1.1 Signed and spoken languages = 5
 1.2 Speech as gesture = 8
 1.3 Signing as gesture = 11
 1.4 Semantic phonology = 12
 1.5 Language as gesture = 16
 1.6 An evolutionary perspective on language = 17
 1.7 Grasping syntax = 21
2 The nature of gesture = 27
 2.1 Comparing sign and speech = 28
 2.2 What is gesture? = 38
 2.3 Speech as gesture = 42
 2.4 The two faces of gesture = 46
 2.5 Perceptual categorization = 48
 2.6 The role of motor actions in perception = 50
 2.7 Global mappings, preconcepts, and presyntax = 53
 2.8 Event cognition and language = 54
 2.9 Visible gestures: seeing language = 57
3 Are signed and spoken languages differently organized? = 64
 3.1 Language from a different part of the body = 64
 3.2 Describing signed language = 69
 3.3 Seeking organizational similarity at the sublexical level = 71
 3.4 Looking at differences = 80
 3.5 Summary = 88
4 Is language modular? = 92
 4.1 Modular versus associationist theories of language = 92
 4.2 Modularity and cerebral localization = 94
 4.3 Plasticity and associationism = 95
 4.4 Linguistic modality and modularity = 97
 4.5 "Spatial" syntax and the left brain = 100
 4.6 Simultaneity and sequentiality: modules and isomorphs = 102
 4.7 Coarticulation in speech and sign = 106
 4.8 Modularism versus associationism = 115
5 Do we have a genetically programmed drive to acquire language? = 121
 5.1 Universal grammar = 122
 5.2 Are there genetically determined milestones in language development? = 123
 5.3 What must be mastered? Structure and plasticity = 126
 5.4 The critical period for acquisition and species specificity = 127
 5.5 A grammar gene? = 132
 5.6 Past tense and semimodularity = 133
 5.7 Distributed neuronal circuits and neural Darwinism = 139
 5.8 The nature of a gestural acquisition theory = 140
6 Language from the body politic = 143
 6.1 Language from a special part of the universe = 143
 6.2 Movement, brain, society, language = 149
7 The origin of syntax: gesture as name and relation = 161
 7.1 The system of language = 161
 7.2 The second subsystem = 166
 7.3 Language from the whole brain = 167
 7.4 Sign languages and manual gestures = 174
 7.5 Gestural syntax = 176
 7.6 The tree in the seed = 178
 7.7 The opening of the seed = 182
 7.8 Language coevolving with culture = 186
 7.9 Elaborating the pattern = 187
 7.10 Gesture and iconicity = 191
 7.11 Signaling syntax = 194
8 Language from the body: an evolutionary perspective = 198
 8.1 The hominid adaptive complex = 199
 8.2 Darwinian theory: gradualism, incrementalism, and punctuation = 203
 8.3 Evolution of cerebral asymmetry = 209
 8.4 The hominid life style = 214
 8.5 The ancestral stock = 215
 8.6 Hominid social behavior = 217
 8.7 Origin and evolution of language = 223
 8.8 Language and longevity as evolutionary problems = 230
 8.9 Language from the body: final metaphors = 231
References = 237
Author index = 255
Subject index = 259