KONISHI Izumi

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Name
KONISHI Izumi
E-mail
ikonishihiroshima-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Hiroshima University

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2009
 - 
Today
Associate professor, Graduate school of education, Hiroshima University
 

Education

 
Apr 2005
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Mar 2008
Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University
 
Apr 1998
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Mar 1999
Graduate School of Humanities, Tokyo Medtpolitan University
 
Apr 1996
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Mar 1999
Tokyo Medtpolitan University
 
Apr 1992
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Mar 1996
Fuculty of humanities, Tokyo Medtpolitan University
 

Published Papers

 
小西 いずみ
方言の研究 = Studies in dialects   2 99-115   Sep 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
小西 いずみ
方言の研究 = Studies in dialects   1 29-52   Sep 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
KONISHI Izumi, INOUE Masaru
Studies in the Japanese Language   9(3) 33-47   Jul 2013   [Refereed]
The form -teya is used as a subject honorific expression in the dialects spoken in the western area of Toyama Prefecture (Gosei area). There are morphological and semantic differences between -teya used in the southern part of Gosei, e.g., Inami a...
小西 いずみ
国語学研究   (51) 1-19   Mar 2012
小西 いずみ
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第二部, 文化教育開発関連領域   (59) 123-132   Dec 2010
In some west Japanese dialects, the quotative marker (e.g. -to) can be omitted in the environment that the verb iu "say" or omou "think" directly follows the quotative phrase. This paper analyzes this phenomenon quantitatively, using corpuses of d...
KONISHI Izumi
The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   7(1) 63-74   2004   [Refereed][Invited]
In the Toyama dialect and the Kanazawa dialect, there are two kinds of adverbial modifiers which are generated from an adjective: the stem (or u-onbin form) +nato/rato, and the adnominal form -i+gani. In this paper, we examine the usage of these f...
KONISHI Izumi
The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   6(1) 61-73   2003   [Refereed][Invited]
The Japanese word dakara has a causal usage and a non-causal usage. The latter is used, for example, when the speaker feels irritated by the hearer not understanding what he says. The purpose of this article is to describe the functions of the lat...
KONISHI Izumi
Studies in the Japanese language   52(3) 30-44   Sep 2001   [Refereed]
The Sasagawa dialect, spoken in Asahi town, Toyama prefecture, has two types of forms of adjectival noun predicates (keiyo-doshi) , ja-types and na-types. The inflectional pattern of the ja-type is basically identical to that of noun predicates, w...

Misc

 
KONISHI Izumi
Studies in the Japanese Language   10(3) 93-100   2014