MANO Miho

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Name
MANO Miho
Affiliation
Naruto University of Education
Section
Graduate School of Education, Education for Specialized Subject Matter and Field Language Education(English)
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(Kobe University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2001
   
 
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellow
 

Education

 
 
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2005
Graduate School of Humanities, Kobe University
 
 
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2001
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kobe University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Sep 2018
Representation of Sequential Path of Motion in L2: L1 Influence, Simplification, and Entrenched Patterns, Best poster award, EuroSLA
Winner: Miho Mano, Yuko Yoshinari, and Yo Matsumoto
 
Nov 2017
A bidirectional study on motion descriptions of English and Japanese L1 and L2 speakers: Focusing on the influence of deictic expressions in L1 and the learner language properties, Award for best poster, BAAL
Winner: Miho Mano, Yuko Yoshinari, and Kiyoko Eguchi
 

Published Papers

 
Interlingual versus intralingual tendencies in second language acquisition: Expression motion events in English, Hungarian and Japanese
Miho Mano, Yuko Yoshinari and Kiyoko Eguchi
Teachability and Learnability across Languages. eds. by Ragnar Arntzen, Gisela Håkansson, Arnstein Hjelde and Jörg-U. Keßler   183-204   Jun 2019   [Refereed]
The effects of the first language on the description of motion events: Focusing on L2 Japanese learners of English and Hungarian
Miho Mano, Yuko Yoshinari, and Kiyoko Eguchi
Walker, Izumi, Chan, Daniel Kwang Guan, Nagami, Masanori, and Bourguignon, Claire (eds.) New Perspectives on the Development of Communicative and Related Competence in Foreign Language Education.   125-156   Sep 2018   [Refereed]
Verbs used in Japanese Junior High School textbooks: Current Situations and Issues
Miho Mano & Ryoko Suzue
Research Bulletin of Naruto University of Education   33 295-308   Feb 2018
A study of the descriptions of motion events by Japanese learners of English and Hungarian
Yuko Yoshinari, Miho Mano, Kiyoko Eguchi, and Yo Matsumoto
Studies in Language Sciences   15 142-174   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
The effects of the first language on the description of motion events
MANO Miho
Proceedings of CLaSIC 2014   277-299   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
Lexical Semantics of Japanese Counters in Generative Lexicon Theory
Miho Mano & Yu Yonezawa
Lexicon Forum   6 139-171   2013   [Refereed]
Compositional Mechanisms of Japanese Numeral Classifiers
MANO Miho
Proceedings of the 26th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information, and Computation   620-625   2012   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Classifiers and Coghision:analysisof the Japanese Classifiers "ko" and "tsu"
Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting      2001
Study on Correlations between Predicate Types and Non-canonical Constructions
On Correlations between Dative Subject Constructions and predicate types

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Cross-linguistic tendency of Path coding: A production experiment of 14 different Paths in English, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, and Russian
Eguchi, Kiyoko, Miho Mano, Anna Bordilovskaya, Yuko Yoshinari, and Yo Matsumoto
ICLC 15   7 Aug 2019   
Inter- and Intra-typological Variations of Complex Trajectory Motion Events
Anna Bordilovskaya, Kiyoko Eguchi, Miho Mano, and Yuko Yoshinari
ICLC 15   7 Aug 2019   
Cross-linguistic Varieties in the Coding of Multiply-specified Trajectories
Yuko Yoshinari, Miho Mano, Kiyoko Eguchi, and Anna Bordilovskaya
JCLA   6 Aug 2019   
Causation: Typological variety of caused motion event descriptions
Miho Mano and Yo Matsumoto
Motion Event Descriptions across Languages   27 Jan 2019   
Functions of noun phrases: An analysis of nominal apposition in Japanese
MANO Miho
18 Nov 2018   
Representation of Sequential Path of Motion in L2: L1 Influence, Simplification, and Entrenched Patterns
Miho Mano, Yuko Yoshinari, and Yo Matsumoto
EuroSLA   6 Sep 2018   
A bidirectional study on motion descriptions of English and Japanese L1 and L2 speakers: Focusing on the influence of deictic expressions in L1 and the learner language properties
Miho Mano, Yuko Yoshinari, and Kiyoko Eguchi
BAAL2017   Sep 2017   
Reconsideration of path salience in motion events: Coding patterns of multiple path segments in Italian, Japanese and English
Yuko Yoshinari, Fabiana Andreani, and Miho Mano
International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 14   11 Jul 2017   
Paths to second language acquisition: Motion event descriptions in L1 and L2 English and Japanese
Miho Mano & Yuko Yoshinari
International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 14   11 Jul 2017   
Predicative and referential functions of noun phrases
Miho Mano
KLS   10 Jun 2017   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on typology and functions of non-canonical constructions
Stative predicates