NOSE Masahiko

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Name
NOSE Masahiko
E-mail
ma-nosebiwako.shiga-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Shiga University
Section
Faculty of Economics
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
M.A. (Language and Culture)(Kansai Gaidai University), Ph. D. (Lingusitics)(Tohoku University)
Research funding number
20508973

Profile

Research: Ph.D. in Linguistics, my dissertation is "Passive constructions in Hungarian: in terms of verbal transitivity". My research interests are Finno-Ugric and the languages of South Pacific (Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu) Education: English teaching by using PC/Internet, CALL, English education in terms of contrastive linguistics

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Oct 2000
 - 
Nov 2004
Ichinoseki National College of Technology, Part-Time Lecturer
 
Apr 2003
 - 
Oct 2004
Researcher, Post-doctoral fellow, Tohoku University
 
Nov 2004
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Mar 2005
Other Staff, Contract Worker, Obirin University
 
Apr 2005
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Mar 2008
Researcher, Japan Society for Promotion of Science, Post Doctoral Fellow
 
Sep 2005
 - 
May 2006
Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Visiting Scholar
 

Published Papers

 
The expressions of comparative and similative in Oceanic and non-Oceanic languages: a typological study
Nose, Masahiko
Language and Linguistics in Oceania   (1) 45-62   2009   [Refereed]
The expressions of comparative and similative in Oceanic and non-Oceanic languages: a typological study
Nose Masahiko
Language and Linguistics in Oceania   (1) 45-62   Jan 2009   [Refereed]
Reduplication in Tok Pisin -Forms, Functions and Uses-
Nose, Masahiko
アジア・アフリカの言語と言語学   (6) 61-70   2011   [Refereed]
Word order and the essive case X-ként positions in Hungarian: a functional perspective
Nose Masahiko
The Uralic World and Eurasia (Proceedings of the XIVth, XVth, and XVIth Conferences of the Finno-Ugric Studies Assosiaction of Canada)   239-248   Jan 2011   [Refereed]
A small typology of applicative constructions and a case study in Papua New Guinea: by using the World Atlas of Language Structures
Nose, Masahiko
Objectivization and Subjectivization: A typology of Voice systems (Senri Ethnological Studies 77)   77 97-111   2012   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Creating the written language from the spoken by translation: a study in Papua New Guinea
Nose Masahiko
Proceedings of III. International Symposium on Asian Languages and Literatures (ADES)   547-566   Jun 2014
Advantages of using parallel texts in describing the languages of Papua New Guinea
Nose Masahiko
Proceedings of 12th International Language, Literature and Stylistics Symposium   2 709-711   Sep 2014
Folk Tales from Around the World: Amele-Tok Pisin-English multilingual book
Nose Masahiko, Neret Tamo
Ms      Sep 2015

Books etc

 
Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies/ A Contrastive Study of Comparative Constructions in English, Japanese and Tok Pisin: Using Corpora in Cross-linguistic Contrast
その他の著者 (Part:Contributor)
Cambridge Scholars Publishing   2010   ISBN:978-1443817554

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Contrastive Study of Comparative Constructions among English, Japanese and Tok Pisin: Using Corpora in Cross-linguistic Contrast
Nose, Masahiko
International symposium on Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies   Sep 2008   
Choice of cases or pre/post-positions for several locative meanings: in terms of complexity of the grammar
Nose, Masahiko
Case in and across languages   Aug 2009   
Word formations of locative functions in the languages of Madang area, Papua New Guinea: a diachronic-typological perspective
Nose, Masahiko
The 19th International Conference on Historical Linguistics   Aug 2009   
Contrastive study between the adverbial case functions of Finno-Ugric and Australian languages
Nose, Masahiko
New Trends in Uralistics: typology, syntax, sociolinguistics   Sep 2009   
Temporal meanings using cases, prepositions or postpositions: a contrastive study
Nose, Masahiko
The 6th International Contrastive Linguistics Conference   Sep 2010   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Locative and adverbial cases in Finno-Ugric
Project Year: 1900   
Language Documentation of the languages of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea
Project Year: 1900   
Typological study of cases, prepositions and postpositions
Project Year: 1900   
Study of temporal expressions: a cross-linguistic study
Project Year: 1900   

Education

 
Sep 1999
 - 
Aug 2000
Finnish Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Tampere
 
Sep 1997
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Aug 1999
Hungarian Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Miskolc