Browse Dept. of Linguistics by Contributor "Kim, Chin-Woo"

  • Rhee, Seok-Chae (1998)
    This dissertation investigates the mechanisms of stop release and nonrelease and their effects in the sound patterns of various languages. The first area of exploration is the positional asymmetry arising from different ...

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  • Kang, Seok Keun (1992)
    The purpose of the study is to present a more satisfactory account of some phonological phenomena in English and Korean by employing the framework of moraic phonology.

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  • Kang, Yongsoon (1991)
    This dissertation is a search for a more satisfactory explanation for various consonant-vowel interaction phenomena. The theoretical framework best suited for this purpose is judged to be Dependency Phonology (Anderson and ...

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  • Choe, Sookhee (1995)
    This study attempts to provide the phonological and phonetic representations of laryngeal features in a unified mode. That is, the same format of a categorical representation is given for both representations. Two tasks ...

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  • Park, Chongwon (2005)
    In sum, this dissertation deals with the so-called mixed categories with a general mechanism of word-formation based on the single-engine syntactic approach coupled with a lexical decomposition. I show that the traditional ...

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  • Kim, Hyoung Youb (1990)
    The purpose of this study is to present a more satisfactory explanation for several morphologically and syntactically conditioned phonological phenomena, in particular, voicing and tensification in Korean. I will propose ...

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  • Shim, Seok-Ran (1991)
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the nature of morphological structure of words in Korean and to examine the interaction of morphological properties with other components of grammar. In order to provide the ...

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