Publications

1. TSL Online Dictionary

http://tsl.ccu.edu.tw/web/browser.htm

2. Taiwan Sign Language Database

http://signlanguage.ccu.edu.tw/index.php

3. Monographs

  • Chang, Jung-hsing. 2015.Cognitive Structure in Word Formation Across Sign Languages. Taipei: Crane Publishing.

  • Chang, Jung-hsing. 2014.Cognitive Strategies in Word Formation in Taiwan Sign Language and American Sign Language. Taipei: Crane Publishing.

  • Chang, Jung-hsing. 2014. Searching for the Meaning of Deafhood: Deaf Education through My Eyes. Taipei: Crane Publishing.

  • Chang, Jung-hsing. 2011a. Lexical Formation of Place Names in Taiwan Sign Language. Taipei: Crane Publishing.

  • Chang, Jung-hsing. 2011b. Cognition and Lexical Formation of Family Names in Taiwan Sign Language. Taipei: Crane Publishing.

  • Tai, James H-Y. and Jane Tsay (eds.) 2009. Taiwan Sign Language and Beyond. Chia-Yi, Taiwan: The Taiwan Institute for the Humanities, National Chung Cheng University. (PDF)

    • Fischer, Susan. 2009. Sign Language Field Methods: Approaches, Techniques, and Concerns. (PDF)

    • Tang, Gladys. 2009. Acquiring FINISH in Hong Kong Sign Language. (PDF)

    • Chan, Marjorie K.M., and Wang Xu. 2009. Modality Effects Revisited: Iconicity in Chinese Sign Language. (PDF)

    • Tsay, Jane, and James Myers. 2009. The Morphology and Phonology of Taiwan Sign Language. (PDF)

    • Chen, Yijun, and James H.-Y. Tai. 2009. Lexical Variation and Changes in Taiwan Sign Language. (PDF)

    • Su, Shioufen, and James H.-Y. Tai. 2009. Lexical Comparison of Signs from Taiwan, Chinese, Japanese, and American Sign Languages: Taking Iconicity into Account. (PDF)

    • Chang, Jung-hsing, and Xiu-ling Ke. 2009. The Influence of Chinese on the Formation of Place Names in Taiwan Sign Language. (PDF)

  • Tai, James H-Y. and James Myers (eds.). 2005. Language and Linguistics, 6.2. Special Issue on Taiwan Sign Language. (link to Academia Sinica)

4. Articles

  • Tai, James H.-Y. and Jane Tsay. 2017. Taiwan Sign Language. In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and LinguisticsVolume IV,  ed. by Rint Sybesma,Wolfgang Behr, Yueguo Gu, Zev Handel, C.-T. James Huang and James Myers, 92-99. Leiden & Boston: Brill Academic Publishers.[PDF]

    Tai, James H.-Y. and Jane Tsay. 2015. Taiwan Sign Language: History, Structure, and Adaptation. Oxford Handbook of Chinese Linguistics, ed. by William S-Y. Wang and Chaofen Sun, 729-750. Uk: Oxford University Press. (PDF)

  • Tai, James H-Y. and Jane Tsay. 2015. Taiwan Sign Language. Sign Language of The World, eds. by Julie Bakken Jepsen, Goedele De Clerck, Sam Lutalo Kiingi and William B. McGregor, 771-809. Germany: De Gruyter Mouton. (PDF)

  • Tai, James H-Y. 2013. On Modality Effects and Relative Uniformity of Sign Languages. Eastward Flows the Great Rivers: Festschrift in honor of Professor William S-Y. Wang on his 80th Birthday, ed. byPeng Gang, Shi Feng, 283-300. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press. (PDF)

  • Tai, James H-Y. and Shiou-fen Su. 2013. Encoding Motion Events in Taiwan Sign Language and Mandarin Chinese: Some Typological Implications. Breaking Down the Barriers: Interdisciplinary Studies in Chinese Linguistics and Beyond. Vol. I, ed. by Cao Guangshun, Hilary Chappell, Redouane Djamouri and Thekla Wiebusch, 79-98. Taiwan, Taipei: Academia Sinica. (PDF)

  • Su, Shiou-fen. 2011. Manner-salience revisited: Investigating Mandarin Chinese and Taiwan Sign Language. Language and Cognition: Festschrift in Honor of James H-Y. Tai on His 70th Birthday, ed. by Jung-hsing Chang, 201-234. Taipei: The Crane Publishing.

  • Myers, James, Jane Tsay, and Shiou-fen Su. 2011. Representation efficiency and transmission efficiency in sign and speech. Language and Cognition: Festschrift in Honor of James H-Y. Tai on His 70th Birthday, ed. by Jung-hsing Chang, 171-199. Taipei: The Crane Publishing.

  • Lin, Chien-hung. 2011. Taiwan Shouyu de bi jiao ju yan jiu[Comparative constructions in Taiwan Sign Language]. Language and Cognition: Festschrift in Honor of James H-Y. Tai on His 70th Birthday, ed. by Jung-hsing Chang, 235-258. Taipei: The Crane Publishing.

  • Fischer, Susan, Yu Hung, and Shih-Kai Liu. 2011. Numeral incorporation in Taiwan Sign Language. Language and Cognition: Festschrift in Honor of James H-Y. Tai on His 70th Birthday, ed. by Jung-hsing Chang, 147-170. Taipei: The Crane Publishing.

  • Chang, Jung-hsing, and Tsung-Yu Chuang. 2011. Taiwan Shouyu ren ming zhi zao ci yan jiu [Personal Name Signs in Taiwan Sign Language]. Language and Cognition: Festschrift in Honor of James H-Y. Tai on His 70th Birthday, ed. by Jung-hsing Chang, 259-276. Taipei: The Crane Publishing.

  • Chen, Yijun. 2011. Mouth actions in Taiwan Sign Language. Language and Cognition: Festschrift in Honor of James H-Y. Tai on His 70th Birthday, ed. by Jung-hsing Chang, 113-145. Taipei: The Crane Publishing.

  • Tai, James H-Y. and Yijun Chen. 2010. Modality and Variation in Sign Languages. The Joy of Research II: Festschrift in Honor of Professor William S-Y. Wang on his Seventity-fifth Birthday, 330-348. Shanghai: Shanghai Education Press.(PDF)

  • Tai, James H-Y. and Jane Tsay. 2009. Shouyu de benzhi: Yi Taiwan shouyu weili [Sign language and Taiwan Sign Language].Yuyan yu Renzhi [Language and Cognition], eds. by Lily I-wen Su and Yung-O Biq, 125-176. Taipei: National Taiwan University Press.

  • Lee, Hsin-Hsien. 2008. The representation of handshape change in Taiwan Sign Language. Sign Language and Linguistics 11.2: 139-183. (PDF)

  • Zhang, Niina Ning . 2007. Universal 20 and Taiwan Sign Language. Sign Language and Linguistics 10.1: 55-81.(PDF) Tai, James H-Y. and Shiou-fen Su. 2006. Taiwan Shouyu de Huying Fangshi [Agreement in Taiwan Sign Language]. Streams Converging into an Ocean: Festschrift in Honor of Professor Paul Jen-kuei Li on his 70th Birthday, eds. by Henry Y. Chang, Lilian M. Huang, and Dah-an Ho, 341-363. Taipei: Academia Sinica. (PDF)

  • Tai, James H-Y. 2005. Modality effects: iconicity in Taiwan Sign Language. POLA FOREVER: Festschrift in Honor of Professor William S-Y. Wang on his 70TH Birthday, eds by Dah-an Ho and Ovid J. L. Tzeng, 19-36. Taipei: Academia Sinica. (PDF)

5. Ph.D. Dissertation

  • Li, Hsin-hsien. 2016. A Comparative Study of the Phonology of Taiwan Sign Language. Chiayi, Taiwan: National Chung Cheng University dissertation.

  • Lin, Chien-hung. 2014. The Syntax and Semantics of Comparatives in Taiwan Sign Language. Chiayi, Taiwan: National Chung Cheng University dissertation. (PDF)

  • Chen, Yijun.2012. Questioning in Taiwan Sign Language Conversation. Chiayi, Taiwan: National Chung Cheng University dissertation. (PDF)

  • Su, Shiou-fen. 2011. Modality Effects in Grammar and Discourse in Taiwan Sign Language. Chiayi, Taiwan: National Chung Cheng University dissertation. (PDF)

6. M.A. thesis