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대한언어학회 전자저널

대한언어학회 전자저널

대한언어학회

트위터에 나타난 접두어 ‘개-’의 사용 양상
오효정 · 김종혁
Oh, Hyo-Jung & Kim, Chonghyuck. (2021). On the usage patterns of the Korean prefix kay- on Twitter. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal. 29(1), 1-23. A few researchers have recently claimed that the prefix kay-, which literally means dog, has undergone a dramatic change over the past decade...
영한 표기법의 개선과 실제적 운용
이종민
Lee, Chongmin. (2021). A new proposal for the practical application of English-Korean transcriptions. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 29(1), 25-48. This paper aims to review the given system of English-Korean transcription and to develop the revised version with the concepts of easiness..
Quotative be like in Ohio English
Seung Han Lee
Lee, Seung Han. (2021). Quotative be like in Ohio English. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 29(1), 161-182. This study aims (1) to provide the frequency of occurrence of be like as quantitatively measured; (2) to discover a systematic sociolinguistic distribution of be like by specifical..
Is c-command Machine-learnable?
Unsub Shin · Myung-Kwan Park · Sanghoun Song
Shin, Unsub; Park, Myung-Kwan & Song, Sanghoun. (2021). Is c-command machine-learnable? The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 29(1), 183-204. Many psycholinguistic studies have tested whether pronouns and polarity items elicit additional processing cost when they are not c-commanded. The prev..