AMANO Midori


AMANO Midori

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Name
AMANO Midori
Affiliation
Otsuma Women's University
Section
Faculty of Language and Literature Department of Japanese Literature
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(University of Tsukuba), Doctor (Linguistics)(University of Tsukuba)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1991
Graduate School, Division of Literature and Linguistics, University of Tsukuba
 
 
 - 
1984
First Cluster of College, University of Tsukuba
 

Published Papers

 
Extended Uses of Japanese Wh-interrogatives with Nani-ga as Subject
AMANO Midori
11(11) 11-22   Mar 2011   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Ni-Passive that has an Inanimate Subject: Some Sentences which Require the Assumption of Semantic Relation
KOKUGOGAKU   52(2) 1-15   2001
On Some Quasi-Transitive Sentences
KOKUGOGAKU   151    1987
On Double-Nominative Sentences
Japanese linguistics   9(5)    1990
The Semantic Relation Between Two Arguments : On Double-nominative Sentences in Japanese
STUDIES IN HUMANITIES   80    1992
On<reflexivity>in Japanese sentences
Japanese Language and Japanese Literature   7    1987
On Old Japanese Genitive case
Contrastive Analysis -On Genitive Case      1993
Inverted Specificational Sentences Marked by Ga-Particle
STUDIES IN HUMANITIES   88    1995
'A ga B da' Sentences Focused Backward
STUDIES IN HUMANITIES   (89)    1995
'〜hodoni' and '〜uchini'
Journal of Japanese language and Japanese literrature   (39) 26   1997
Nominal Predicate-Sentence Structures with Posterior Focus : Key Observations on the Particles wa and ga
THE BULLETIN OF THE FACULTY OF HUMANITIES   (31) 1   1996
An analysis of functions of the particles ‘Wa’ and ‘Ga’ using the concept of"presupposition/focus"
Japanese Linguistics   (3)    1998
The Relation between Focus and Nominative
Japanese Language and Japanese Literature   (30) 1-12   2000
Linguistic Intuition about Well-Formedness Condition of Sentences
THE BULLETIN OF THE FACULTY OF REPRESENTATIONAL STUDIES   (1) 55-65   2001
The Propriety of Analogy in Understanding Sentences ; The Difference between ni-Passive Sentences and te-morau-Benefactive Sentence 
THE BULLETIN OF THE FACULTY OF REPRESENTATIONAL STUDIES   (4) 1-13
On Some Sentences of Subject Honorifics Placed on "Exceptional and Peripheral"
Journal of Japanese Grammar   4(2) 50-68   2004

Books etc

 
Understanding of Sentences and Creation of Meanings
Kasamashoin   2002   
Inalienable-relation in Japanese
Voice and Transitivity in Japanese   1991   
On the Function of ‘Sono’ in Japanese
Festschrift for Doctor Hideo Komatsu's Retirement   1993   
On the Lexical Meaning and the Function of 'Mata' in Japanese
Festschrift for Professor Muneaki Morino's Retirement Language, Literature and Japanese Education   1994   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
On Judging the Grammaticality or Acceptability of Japanese Usages
AMANO Midori
CAJLE(Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education) 2019   7 Aug 2019   
Similarities between Quasi-conjunctive-particles NOO and NOGA
AMANO Midori
CAJLE(Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education   21 Aug 2018   
On the quasi-conjunctive particle "noga" in modern Japanese
AMANO Midori
NINJAL Typology Festa   24 Mar 2013   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2009 - 2011
In this study, I collected many examples of the transitive sentences from many colloquial expression documents and some literary documents such as some novels, newspapers, and advertisements, and considered the syntax and semantics of four kinds o...
Japanese syntax and semantics