Handbook of Japanese Contrastive Linguistics
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The Handbook of Japanese Contrastive Linguistics is a unique publication that brings together insights from three traditions—Japanese linguistics, linguistic typology and contrastive linguistics—and makes important contributions to deepening our understanding of various phenomena in Japanese as well other languages of the globe. Its primary goal is to uncover principled similarities and differences between Japanese and other languages of the globe and thereby shed new light on the universal as well as language-particular properties of Japanese. The issues addressed by the papers in this volume…mehr

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The Handbook of Japanese Contrastive Linguistics is a unique publication that
brings together insights from three traditions—Japanese linguistics, linguistic typology and contrastive linguistics—and makes important contributions to deepening our understanding of various phenomena in Japanese as well other languages of the globe. Its primary goal is to uncover principled similarities and differences between Japanese and other languages of the globe and thereby shed new light on the universal as well as language-particular properties of
Japanese. The issues addressed by the papers in this volume cover a wide spectrum of phenomena ranging from lexical to syntactic and discourse levels. The authors of the chapters, leading scholars in their respective field of research, present the state-of-the-art research from their respected field.

Chapter titles

Introduction
Part I: Typological Perspectives
Chapter 1: Inalienable possession (Tasaku Tsunoda, NINAL, emeritus)
Chapter 2: Measure nouns (Akira Watanabe, University of Tokyo)
Chapter 3: Numeral classifiers (Yoshihiro Nishimitsu, Kobe University, emeritus)
Chapter 4: Spatial deixis ( Shingo Imai, University of Tsukuba)
Chapter 5: Motion typology (Yo Matsumoto, Kobe University)
Chapter 6: Voice (Ryuichi Washio, Gakushuin University)
Chapter 7: Transitivity (Prashant Pardeshi, NINJAL)
Chapter 8: Resultative constructions (Taro Kageyama, NINJAL, and Li Shen, Doshisha University)
Chapter 9: Nominalization (Masayoshi Shibatani, Rice University)
Chapter 10: Clausal noun-modifying constructions (Yoshiko Matsumoto, Stanford University, and Bernard Comrie, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology/University of California, Santa Barbara)
Chapter 11: Subordination (Kaoru Horie, Nagoya University)
Chapter 12: Clause-hood, finiteness and (co)subordination of converbs (Shinjiro Kazama, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Chapter 13: Modality(Heiko Narrog, Tohoku University/NINJAL)
Part II: Contrastive Studies
Chapter 14: Structural differences in possessive constructions between Ainu and Japanese (Anna Bugaeva, NINJAL)
Chapter 15: Property predication in Koryak and Japanese (Megumi Kurebito, Toyama University)
Chapter 16: ‘What’ and ‘who’ in Japanese and Chinese (Hideki Kimura, University of Tokyo)
Chapter 17: Lexical transitivity pairs in Korean and Japanese (Hiroko Maruyama, Hokkaido University)
Chapter 18: Causative constructions in Japanese and Korean(Sung-yeo Chung, Osaka University)
Chapter 19: Deictic motion verbs in Lamaholot and Japanese (Naonori Nagaya, NINJAL)
Chapter 20: Topic constructions in Japanese and Tagalog (Masumi Katagiri, Okayama University)
Chapter 21: Complex case markers in Japanese and complex determiners in Kapampangan (Hiroaki Kitano, Aichi University of Education)
Chapter 22: Internal state predicates in Japanese and Thai (Satoshi Uehara, Tohoku University, and Kingkarn Thepkanjana ,Chulalongkorn University)
Chapter 23: Verb complexes in Japanese and Thai (Makoto Minegishi, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
Chapter 24: Deictic motion verbs in Japanese and Thai (Kiyoko Takahashi, Kanda University of International Studies)
Chapter 25: Non-entailment of event realizations in Burmese and Japanese (Atsuhiko Kato, Osaka University)
Chapter 26: The progressive/resultative polysemy in Japanese and two Tibeto-Burman languages, Newar and Meche(Kazuyuki Kiryu, Mimasaka University)
Chapter 27: Verb+Verb compounding in Japanese and Turkish (Yu Kuribayashi, Okayama University)
Chapter 28: Dative and its related notions in Japanese and French (Hiroshi Hayashi, Kobe University)
Chapter 29: The dative subject construction in Japanese and Romanian (Daniela Caluianu, Otaru University of Commerce)
Chapter 30: Modality in Japanese and Spanish (Noritaka Fukushima, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)
Chapter 31: Strategies for the Expansion of Argument Structure: A Japanese-German Contrast (Akio Ogawa, Kwansei Gakuin University)
Chapter 32: Quantifier float in Japanese and English (Ken’ichi Takamim, Gakushuin University)
Chapter 33: A cognitive perspective on marked subject realizations in English and Japanese (Yoshiki Nishimura, University of Tokyo)
Chapter 34: Noun-modifying constructions in Swahili and Japanese (Nobuko Yoneda, Osaka University)
Chapter 35: Event integration patterns in Japanese and Sidaama (Kazuhiro
Kawachi, National Defense Academy of Japan)
Chapter 36: Head marking in Mayan and dependent marking in Japanese (Yoshiho Yasugi, National Museum of Ethnology)
The Handbook of Japanese Contrastive Linguistics is a unique publication that brings together insights from three traditions-Japanese linguistics, linguistic typology and contrastive linguistics-and makes important contributions to deepening our understanding of various phenomena in Japanese as well other languages of the globe. Its primary goal is to uncover principled similarities and differences between Japanese and other languages of the globe and thereby shed new light on the universal as well as language-particular properties of Japanese. The issues addressed by the papers in this volume cover a wide spectrum of phenomena ranging from lexical to syntactic and discourse levels. The authors of the chapters, leading scholars in their respective field of research, present the state-of-the-art research from their respected field.

  • Produktdetails
  • Handbooks of Japanese Language and Linguistics [HJLL] 6
  • Verlag: De Gruyter / De Gruyter Mouton
  • Seitenzahl: 722
  • Erscheinungstermin: 22. Februar 2018
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 177mm x 45mm
  • Gewicht: 1403g
  • ISBN-13: 9781614515692
  • ISBN-10: 1614515697
  • Artikelnr.: 39119406
Autorenporträt
Prashant Pardeshi, Taro Kageyama, NINJAL, Japan.