Russell Lee-Goldman

Russell Lee-Goldman
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Ph.D.

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Education
August 2005 - December 2011
University of California, Berkeley
Field of study
  • Linguistics

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Publications (23)
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This paper presents a frame-based constructional approach to argument structure satisfaction via unselected adjuncts, by focusing on one such case in Japanese. It points out an intriguing constructional phenomenon whereby causal adjunct clauses marked with node ‘because’, as used with main-clause predicates that evoke communication frames (such as...
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This paper investigates the cross-linguistic applicability of the concept of frame as developed in the Berkeley FrameNet project. We examine whether the frames created for the annotation of English texts can also function as a tool for the assessment of the accuracy of English-to-Japanese translations. If the semantic structure of a source text is...
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Semantic role labeling is traditionally viewed as a sentence-level task concerned with identifying semantic arguments that are overtly realized in a fairly local context (i.e., a clause or sentence). However, this local view potentially misses important information that can only be recovered if local argument structures are linked across sentence b...
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The internal syntactic structures of restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses are largely identical. This paper argues that despite a uniform internal structure, the external distributions – specifically, linearization with respect to the head – of non-restrictive relative clauses are subject to several conditions. In particular, sentential...
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Theoretically as well as empirically, paraphrase is a pivotal concept in many academic and nonacademic fields. And yet, its investigation has made very slow progress, due mainly to the lack of a framework that is versatile enough to deal with the nebulous nature of paraphrase in use. This paper demonstrates how the mechanisms of FrameNet can be uti...
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The English discourse marker yeah is widely recognized to hold several functions, doing the work not only of agreement and acknowledgment, but also topic management and speaker shift. In contrast, little attention has been paid to no, intuitively its opposite in meaning. Through detailed study of turn-initial tokens of no extracted from corpora of...
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In recent years, building web-accessible dictionaries has become a new way of organizing and publishing data from linguistic fieldwork on indigenous languages. This paper provides an overview of one such online dictionary. The language we worked on was Southeastern Pomo, an endangered native American language which was historically spoken in the ar...
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Abstract The field of Japanese modality has received a large amount of attention over the past several decades. In particular, the class of works commonly known as sentence-final particles (SFPs) has been of interest to a wide range of researchers. However, despite years of work a consistent analysis of SFPs and related aspects of Japanese modality...
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concerns their overall organization. In general, a narrative will start with a brief abstract and/or orientation section, which is followed by complicating actions, a resolution, and possibly a coda. Sprinkled throughout the entire narrative, though appearing frequently in the complicating action and resolution areas, are evaluative statements (Lab...

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