Evidentiality in Cypriot Turkish and Turkey Turkish with a cross-linguistic perspective

Işık Taş, Elvan Eda
Sağın Şimşek, Sultan Çiğdem


Evidentiality and second-order social cognition
Arslan, Burcu; Hohenberger, Annette Edeltraud; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2012)
In this study, the development of a second-order false belief task is investigated by considering the impact of the acquisition of Turkish evidential markers, namely –DI (direct evidence) and –mIş (inference or hearsay). A neutral version of the tasks served as a control form. 21 kindergarten children (aged 4-5 years), 47 primary school children (aged 6- 12 years) and 10 adults participated in the study. Our results revealed that there is no effect of acquisition of evidentials on false belief understanding...
Receptive multilingualism - introduction
ten Thije, Jan D.; Rehbein, Jochen; Verschik, Anna(2012-09-01)
Evidential estimation of event locations in microblogs using the Dempster-Shafer theory
Ozdikis, Ozer; Ogurtuzun, Halit; Karagöz, Pınar (2016-11-01)
Detecting real-world events by following posts in microblogs has been the motivation of numerous recent studies. In this work, we focus on the spatio-temporal characteristics of events detected in microblogs, and propose a method to estimate their locations using the Dempster-Shafer theory. We utilize three basic location-related features of the posts, namely the latitude-longitude metadata provided by the GPS sensor of the user's device, the textual content of the post, and the location attribute in the us...
Receptive multilingualism and language understanding: Intelligibility of Azerbaijani to Turkish speakers
Sağın Şimşek, Sultan Çiğdem (2012-09-01)
This article presents an investigation of language understanding within the framework of receptive multilingualism. That Turkish and Azerbaijani are closely related languages within the Oghuz branch of the Turkic languages leads to the assumption that Turkish and Azerbaijani are mutually intelligible languages. That is, speakers of these two different languages of Turkic origin can comprehend each other without much difficulty. This article aims to consider whether these languages are, in fact, as mutually ...
Contextualization How it works on NOS views and NOS teaching of pre service science teachers
Çakıroğlu, Jale; Akerson, Valeria (2016-04-17)
Citation Formats
E. E. Işık Taş and S. Ç. Sağın Şimşek, “Evidentiality in Cypriot Turkish and Turkey Turkish with a cross-linguistic perspective,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/84998.