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Reason: The elicited data cannot be shared publicly in order to ensure the anonymity of the participants.

Elicited video data: Morphological reduplication in NGT

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posted on 2024-01-18, 11:46 authored by C.M.J. van BovenC.M.J. van Boven

This item contains the video data that were elicited as part of the PhD project “Morphological reduplication in Sign Language of the Netherlands: A typological and theoretical perspective” (part of the research programme PhDs in the Humanities with project number PGW19.003, funded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO); PhD student: Cindy van Boven; supervisors: Dr. Roland Pfau, Dr. Silke Hamann). The videos contain data elicited for the three subtopics of the study, i.e., nominal plural reduplication, aspectual reduplication and reciprocal reduplication in Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT). The elicited data cannot be shared publicly in order to ensure the anonymity of the participants. For this reason, they are under embargo with a restrictive license (as specified in the license.txt document). Per study, there is one video for each participant. The file name contains the participant number.

  • For the study on nominal plurals, the videos are in the folder "Plurals elicitation videos". There is data from a pilot participant (Plurals_Pilot), as well as five participants (Plurals_P02 - Plurals_P06)
  • For the study on aspect, the videos are in the folder "Aspect elicitation videos". There is data from a pilot participant (Aspect_Pilot), as well as seven participants (Aspect_P01 - Aspect_P07)
  • For the study on reciprocals, the videos are in the folder "Reciprocals elicitation videos". There is data from six participants (Reciprocals_P01 - Reciprocals_P06)

See the linked references below for the data annotations, the statistical analyses, and (translations of) the elicitation tasks of the study, all of which are openly available.

Funding

NWO PhDs in the Humanities, project number PGW19.003

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2034-01-18

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