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YAP, Foong Ha

职位:

副教授

教育背景:

理学学士(新加坡南洋联合学院)

文学硕士(加州大学洛杉矶分校)

哲学博士(加州大学洛杉矶分校)

研究领域
语言变化,语言类型和语言共性, 语言习得和语言处理,语用学
Email

foonghayap@cuhk.edu.cn


学术著作:


1. Chen, Weirong and Foong Ha Yap. (2017, forthcoming). Pathways to adversity and speaker-affectedness: On the emergence of unaccusative ‘give' constructions in Chinese. Linguistics. (De Gruyter) [43 pages]
2. Kashyap, Abhishek Kumar and Foong Ha Yap. (2017, May issue). Epistemicity, social identity and politeness marking: A pragmatic analysis of Bajjika verbal inflections. Linguistics. (De Gruyter) [31 pages]
3. Yap, Foong Ha, Ariel Shuk-ling Chan and Brian Lap-ming Wai. (2017, accepted). Constructing political identities through characterization metaphor, humor and sarcasm: An analysis of the 2012 Legislative Council Election debates in Hong Kong. Not Just a Laughing Matter: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Political Humor in China, King-fai Tam and Sharon Wesoky (eds). London: Springer. [23 pages]
4. Liu, Hongyong and Foong Ha Yap. (in press). 汉语定语从句的名物化分析 [A nominalization-based analysis of Chinese relative clauses]. In Sze-wing Tang (ed.), 《汉语”的”的研究》[Studies of De in Chinese]. Beijing: Peking University Press.
5. Chor, Winnie Oi-wan, Foong Ha Yap and Tak-sum Wong. (2016). Chinese interrogative particles as talk coordinators at the right periphery – A discourse-pragmatic perspective. Special issue on “Periphery—Diachronic and cross-linguistic approaches", guest-edited by Yuko Higashiizumi, Noriko O. Onodera & Sung-Ock S. Sohn. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 17.2: 178-207. (John Benjamins) [34 pages]
6. Wong, Ming-chiu Steven and Foong Ha Yap. (2015). ‘Did Obamacare create new jobs?’—An analysis of Mitt Romney's use of rhetorical questions in the 2012 US presidential election campaign. Text & Talk 35(5): 643-668. (De Gruyter) [26 pages]
7. Chan, Shuk-ling Ariel and Foong Ha Yap. (2015). “Please continue to be an anime lover”: The use of defamation metaphors in Hong Kong electoral discourse. Journal of Pragmatics 87: 31-53. (Elsevier) [23 pages]
8. Iwasaki, Shoichi and Foong Ha Yap. (2015). Introduction article for the special issue on “Stance-marking and Stance-taking in Asian Languages”. Journal of Pragmatics 83: 1-9 (July issue). (Elsevier) [34 pages]
9. Yang, Ying and Foong Ha Yap. (2015). “I am sure but I hedge”: fear expression kongpa as an interactive rhetorical strategy in Mandarin broadcast talk. Special issue on “Stance-marking and Stance-taking in Asian Languages”, Journal of Pragmatics 83: 41-56. (Elsevier) [16 pages]
10. Ahn, Mikyung and Foong Ha Yap. (2015). Evidentiality in interaction: A pragmatic analysis of Korean hearsay evidential markers. Studies in Language 39(1): 46-84. (John Benjamins) [38 pages]
11. Ahn, Mikyung and Foong Ha Yap. (2014). On the diachronic development of Korean ‘say’ evidentials and their extended pragmatic functions. Diachronica: International Journal of Historical Linguistics 31(3): 299-336. (John Benjamins) [38 pages]
12. Yap, Foong Ha, Ying Yang and Tak-Sum Wong. (2014). On the development of sentence final particles (and utterance tags) in Chinese. In Kate Beeching & Ulrich Detges (eds), Discourse Functions at the Left and Right Periphery: Crosslinguistic Investigations of Language Use and Language Change. [Studies in Pragmatics 12], pp. 179-220. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill. [41 pages]
13. Yap, Foong Ha and Winnie Oi-Wan Chor. (2014). Epistemic, evidential and attitudinal markers in clause-medial position in Cantonese. In Werner Abraham & Elisabeth Leiss (eds), Modes of Modality, 219-260. [Studies in Language Companion Series 149]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [41 pages]
14. Ahn, Mikyung and Foong Ha Yap. (2013). Negotiating common ground in discourse: A diachronic and discourse analysis of maliya in Korean.Language Sciences, 37: 36-51. (Elsevier) DOI: 10.1016/j.langsci.2012.07.001. [15 pages]
15. Yap, Foong Ha, Winnie Chor and Jiao Wang. (2012). On the development of epistemic ‘fear’ markers: An analysis of Mandarin kongpa and Cantonese taipaa. Covert Patterns of Modality, Werner Abraham & Elisabeth Leiss (eds), 312-342. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars. [30 pages]
16. Yap, Foong Ha, Karen Grunow-Hårsta and Janick Wrona. (2011). Nominalization strategies in Asian languages. In Foong Ha Yap, Karen Grunow-Hårsta & Janick Wrona (eds), Nominalization in Asian Languages: Diachronic and Typological Perspectives. [Typological Studies in Language 96], pp. 1-57. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [57 pages]
17. Yap, Foong Ha, and Jiao Wang. (2011). From light noun to nominalizer and more: The grammaticalization of zhe and suo in Old and Middle Chinese. In Foong Ha Yap, & Karen Grunow-Hårsta & Janick Wrona (eds), Nominalization in Asian Languages: Diachronic and Typological Perspectives. [Typological Studies in Language 96], pp. 61-107. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [47 pages]
18. Yap, Foong Ha. (2011). Referential and non-referential uses of nominalization constructions in Malay. In Foong Ha Yap, Karen Grunow-Hårsta & Janick Wrona (eds), Nominalization in Asian Languages: Diachronic and Typological Perspectives. [Typological Studies in Language 96], pp. 627-658. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [31 pages]
19. Yap, Foong Ha, Pik-ling Choi and Kam Siu Cheung. (2010). De-lexicalizing di3: How a Chinese locative noun has evolved into an attitudinal nominalizer. In An Van linden, Jean-Christophe Verstraete & Kristin Davidse (eds.), in collaboration with Hubert Cuyckens. Formal Evidence in Grammaticalization Research. [Typological Studies in Language 94], pp. 63-91. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [28 pages]
20. Cheung, Him, Foong Ha Yap and Virginia Choi-yin Yip. (2010). Chinese bilingualism. In Michael H. Bond (ed.), The Handbook of Chinese Psychology, pp. 123-142. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. [20 pages]
21. Yap, Foong Ha, Jiao Wang and Charles Tsz-Kwan Lam. (2010). Clausal integration and the emergence of mitigative and adhortative sentence-final particles in Chinese. Special Issue on “Stance Phenomena in Chinese: Diachronic, Discourse and Processing Perspectives”. Taiwan Journal of Linguistics, 8(2): 63-86. [23 pages] http://tjl.nccu.edu.tw/volume8-2/03.htm
22. Yap, Foong Ha and Karen Grunow-Hårsta. (2010). Non-referential uses of nominalization constructions: Asian perspectives. Invited review article for Language and Linguistics Compass 4(12): 1154-1175. (Blackwell) [22 pages]
23. Yap, Foong Ha, Patrick Chun-kau Chu, Emily Sze-man Yiu, Stella Fay Wong, Stella Wing-man Kwan, Stephen Matthews, Li-hai Tan, Ping Li and Yasuhiro Shirai. (2009). Aspectual asymmetries in the mental representation of events: Role of lexical and grammatical aspect. Memory & Cognition, 37(5): 587-595. (Springer) DOI: 10.3758/MC.37.5.587 [8 pages]
24. Tam, Wai-ming and Foong-ha Yap. (2008). Construction of teacher’s knowledge: A developmental approach. In John Chi-kin Lee and Ling-po Shiu (eds.), Developing Teachers and Developing Schools in Changing Contexts, pp. 47-69. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education Research/Chinese University Press. [22 pages]
25. Yap, Foong Ha and Stephen Matthews. (2008). The development of nominalizers in East Asian and Tibeto-Burman languages. In María José López-Couso & Elena Seoane (eds.), in collaboration with Teresa Fanego. Rethinking grammaticalization: New perspectives (Typological Studies in Language 76), pp. 309-341. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [28 pages]
26. Yap, Foong Ha, Yumi Inoue, Yasuhiro Shirai, Stephen Matthews, Ying Wai Wong, and Yi Heng Chan. (2006). Aspectual asymmetries in Japanese: Insights from a reaction time study. In Timothy Vance & Kimberly Jones (eds.), Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Volume 14, pp. 113-124. Stanford, CSLI (Center for the Study of Language and Information). [11 pages]
27. Yap, Foong Ha, Stephen Matthews and Kaoru Horie. (2004). From pronominalizer to pragmatic marker: Implications for unidirectionality from a crosslinguistic perspective. In Olga Fischer, Muriel Norde & Harry Perridon (Eds.), Up and Down the Cline: The Nature of Grammaticalization. [Typological Studies in Language 59], pp. 137-168. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [31 pages]
28. Yap, Foong Ha and Shoichi Iwasaki. (2003). From causative to passive: A passage in some East and Southeast Asian languages. In Eugene Casad & Gary Palmer (Eds.), Cognitive Linguistics and Non-Indo-European Languages [Cognitive Linguistics Research 18], pp. 419-446. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [27 pages]
29. Lord, Carol, Foong Ha Yap and Shoichi Iwasaki. (2002). Grammaticalization of ‘give’: African and Asian perspectives. In Ilse Wischer & Gabriele Diewald (Eds.), New Reflections on Grammaticalization [Typological Studies in Language 49], pp. 217-235. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [18 pages]
30. Yap, Foong Ha and Marianne Celce-Murcia. (2000). The grammar, meaning and referential functions of else. English Language and Linguistics 4(2): 137-181. (Cambridge University Press) [44 pages]
31. Yap, Foong Ha and Yasuhiro Shirai. (1994). On the nature of connectionist conceptualizations and connectionist explanations. Issues in Applied Linguistics, 5: 173-194. [21 pages]
Yap, Foong Ha. (1993). A connectionist perspective to second language acquisition research. Gengo no Sekai, 11: 13-41. Reprinted in Eigogaku Shiryo (English Studies), 28, published by Ronsetsu Shiryo Hozon Iinkai (Committee for the Preservation of Research Papers, Japan). [28 pages]
32. Shirai, Yasuhiro and Foong Ha Yap. (1993). In defense of connectionism. Issues in Applied Linguistics, 4: 119-133. [14 pages]
33. Yap, Foong Ha. (1992). What an authentic discourse sample has to say about English conditionals: Implications for ESL/EFL instruction. Gengo no Sekai, 10: 95-125. Reprinted in Eigogaku Shiryo (English Studies), 26, published by Ronsetsu Shiryo Hozon Iinkai (Committee for the Preservation of Research Papers, Japan). [30 pages]