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Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes

The Taiwanese Example

by Jean Ann

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Published by Gallaudet University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sign languages, Braille & other linguistic communication,
  • Sign Language,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Taiwan,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Sign Language,
  • Taiwan Sign Language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8644646M
    ISBN 101563682885
    ISBN 109781563682889

      The Complete Idiot's Guide to Conversational Sign Language Illustrated. The American Sign Language Handshape Puzzle Book. Talking with Your Hands, Listening with Your Eyes. Help Me Learn Counting in American Sign Language. Linguistics of American Sign Language, 4th ed. Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language. McLean, Forest Book Service Born deaf in to an Orthodox Jewish and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes Jean Ann Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes The Taiwanese Example Jean Ann Findings here from sign language linguis-.

    Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes Additionally, users can search for signs with similar handshapes rather than only by the English translation. Snapshots of interactive multimedia at work across the curriculum in deaf education: implications for public address training. Ann, Jean Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes. Armstrong, David F. The History of Gallaudet University / Original Signs / Show of Hands / The Study of Signed Languages.

    Stimuli and Procedure. Three phonemic handshape contrast pairs were used: [5]–[flat-0], [B-bar]–[A-bar], and [5]–[S]. 6 The important implication for language processing and CP is that only phonemic distinctions produce CP effects. Thus, a given sound or handshape must appear in the set of phones for a language (i.e., the set of all possible sounds or handshapes for a particular language. Can experience with co-speech gesture influence the prosody of a sign language? Sign language prosodic cues in bimodal bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Vol. 15, Issue. 2, p.


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Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes by Jean Ann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author Jean Ann provides significant clarification in her book Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes: The Taiwanese Example.

Ann employs a straightforward methodology in her examination of the use of Taiwan Sign Language (TSL) handshapes in Cited by: Frequency of occurrence and ease of articulation of sign language handshapes: the Taiwanese example.

[Jean Ann] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Contextualizing this book -- Ch. The anatomy and physiology of the human hand -- Ch. A model of ease of handshape articulation -- Ch. In this book, I focus on Taiwan Sign Language (TSL), an under-studied sign language, but one of the more studied sign languages of Asia.

In a nutshell, this book examines the relationship between frequency of occurrence of handshape and ease of articulation of handshape. Frequency of occurrence and ease of articulation of sign language handshapes; the Taiwanese example. Ann, Jean. Gallaudet University Pr. Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes: The Taiwanese Example.

Previous Page: Next Page: Next, lay a pencil across the open flat hand, and make a fist holding the pencil. Notice the difference between the way the index and middle fingers grip the pencil and the way the ring and pinky grip the pencil.

Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes: The Taiwanese Example. Previous Page: Next Page: A thoroughly detailed explanation of the muscles of the hand and the movements they accomplish is far too complex to be dealt with appropriately here.

Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes: The Taiwanese Example. Previous Page: Next Page: Joints. At a joint, two bones meet.

Understanding the nature of the joints in the hand will help us see their relevance for sign language handshapes. One classification organizes joints into those with a space between.

Author Jean Ann provides significant clarification in her book Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes: The Taiwanese Example.

Ann. In general, the data shows that there is a correlation between the ease of articulation and the frequency of occurrence; the easy handshapes tend to occur more often than the hard handshapes.

construct of ease of articulation in spoken languages and explain how it has been used in sign language research. In so doing, I review Ann () and explain my system for determining ease of articulation for handshap es, then I present the results: the handshapes of TSL ranked according to ease of articulation.

In general, the data shows that there is a correlation between the ease of articulation and the frequency of occurrence; the easy handshapes tend to occur more often than the hard handshapes. Ann, Jean (), Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes. The. Taiwanese Example.

Washington, DC: Gallaudet University P ress. Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Confer-ence, West Lafayette, IN. Ann, J. On the relation between ease of articu-lation and frequency of occurrence of handshapes in two sign languages.

Lingua, – Ann, J. A functional explanation of Taiwan Sign Language handshape frequency. Language and Linguistics, 6(2) Coarticulation in sign language After learning a set of the alphabetical letters in sign language, they then would fingerspell out a series of the alphabeticall letters of a word or name.

And, they typically would try to pay attention to each of the letters spelled out by a signer. The system was constructed using the Prosodic Model of Sign Language Phonology.

Handshapes from three lexical components — core, fingerspelling, and classifiers — were sampled from ten different sign languages resulting in a system that is relatively comprehensive and cross-linguistic.

Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes: The Taiwanese example. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. Tai, James. and Shiou-fen Su. Taiwan shouyu de huying gangshi (Agreement in Taiwan Sign Language). In: Language and Linguistics, Monograph Series Number W Wang Xu, B.A.

We provide an analysis of the distribution of handshapes on the dominant and non-dominant hand in the incipient village sign language found in the Maxakalí community in Brazil.

The most frequent handshapes reflect tendencies in choosing from the crosslinguistically unmarked set of handshapes, and are particularly well-suited to quantitative analyses of handshape complexity found.

Sign dysarthria: A speech disorder in signed language. December ; DOI: / In book: Multilingual Aspects of Signed Language Communication and Disorder (pp) Authors. Keywords: pointing, American Sign Language (ASL), middle finger, index finger, Genie.

Published online: 30 March () On the relation between ease of articulation and frequency of occurrence of handshapes in two sign languages. Lingua, the american sign language handshape dictionary By Frank G. Slaughter them by the 40 standard handshapes used in american sign language asl carefully chosen for their have just seen for the first time the american sign language handshape dictionary book read 3 reviews.

Based on her evidence, she finds that the ease of articulation of TSL handshapes does not dictate the frequency of occurrence. Thus, Ann urges further studies on handshapes. Although this book is often cumbersome to read with its 41 figures, 20 tables, and 34 charts, it would be most meaningful for those schooled in applied linguistics.Book Ann, Jean.

Frequency of occurrence and ease of articulation in sign language handshapes: the Taiwanese example. Gallaudet University Press: .Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes av Ann Jean inbunden,Engelska, ISBN In the growing body of research on This book will show you what you have to do but more important how you can do it and how I (An ex-army).