Review of The Meaning of Space in Sign Language: Reference, Specificity and Structure in Catalan Sign Language Discourse

Raquel Veiga Busto, Sara Cañas Peña

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Review of The Meaning of Space in Sign Language: Reference, Specificity and Structure in Catalan Sign Language Discourse

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Catalan Sign Language, Specificity, Reference, Discourse Representation Theory

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Liddell, Scott. 1990. “Four Functions of a Locus: Reexamining the Structure of Space in ASL”. In C. Lucas (ed.), Sign Language Research: Theoretical Issues, 176-198. Washington D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

Liddell, Scott. 2003. Grammar, Gesture and Meaning in American Sign Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lillo-Martin, Diane & Edward Klima. 1990. “Pointing Out Differences: ASL Pronouns in Syntactic Theory”. In S. Fischer & P. Siple, Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Vol. 1: Linguistics, 191-210. Chicago: University Chicago Press.

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