YUASA Hideo

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Name
YUASA Hideo
Affiliation
Kobe University
Section
Graduate School of Intercultural Studies Department of Culture and Globalization
Job title
Professor

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Published Papers

 
"Ease of Understanding" and Actual Use in the Research into the Language--- Focus into the German Causative Construction with "lassen"
YUASA HIDEO
Modern Times   (118) 1-25   Sep 2018
In this paper I analized the frequency of various causative constructions with "lassen" in Thomas Manns "Doktor Faustus". I reached the conclusions that the syntactic conbination "inanimate object+intransitive verb(as infinitive)" is frequently us...
An Inquiry into the "Narration" in the Modern Novels --- using the novel "Nigorie" by Ichiyo Higuchi
YUASA HIDEO
Modern Times   (116) 1-25   Sep 2017
In this paper I analized the relationship between the narrations in Ichiyo Higuchis novels and those of vulgar novels in the Edo period. In addition I considered both the influence of the translation of western languages into Japanese upon the nar...
The Usage of the German Causative Constructions with inanimate subject and "lassen"ーusing examples of Thomas Manns "Doktor Faustus"
YUASA HIDEO
Journal of Intercultural Studies   (47) 59-88   Dec 2016
In this paper I analized the frequency of various causative constructions with inanimate subject and "lassen" in Thomas Manns long novel "Doktor Faustus". I made an inquiry into the most favorite causative constructions of this type.
The Usage of the German Causative Constructions with human subject and "lassen" --using examples of Thomas Manns "Doktor Faaustus"--(Part 2)
YUASA HIDEO
Journal of Intercultural Studies   (45) 89-116   Dec 2015
In this paper I analized the Causative Constructions with Infinitives like transitive, reflective and impersonal verb. Many cases of the Causative Constructions with a transitive verb as infinitive have no semantic human subject of infinitive. But...
How should "the Indirect Speech" of the Japanese language be defined? -using the examples of "Bocchan" by Soseki Natsume-
YUASA HIDEO
Modern Times   (113) 19-47   Nov 2015
If "Indirect Speech" is used in Japanese novels,
what should we regard as characteristics of "Indirect Speech"? "Indirect Speech" is defined as marked in comparison with "Direct Speech" in Japanese novels.The change of pronouns from the viewpoint ...

Misc

 
To the Status of the Dative-Complement 'ni' in Japanese in terms of the Syntactic Valency -- From a Contrastive Viewpoint --
YUASA, Hideo
会誌(阪神ドイツ語学研究会編)   18, 95-102    Apr 2006
Book Review: Kawasaki, Y./ Nakamura, N. / Kataoka, Y. /Yuasa, H. (ed.): Aspekts of the German Linguistics - Festschrift for Prof. Yoshihiko Nishimoto -
YUASA, Hideo
ドイツ文学論攷(阪神ドイツ文学会編)   46, 111-113    Dec 2004   [Refereed]
Thoughts on the Relative Pronoun -An Outlook for the Analysis of the Verbal Complement of the Japanese and the German-
YUASA, Hideo
会誌(阪神ドイツ語学研究会編)   16, 55-65    Apr 2004
Memorandam concerning the Case Hierarchy of the Japanese Language from the viewpoint of Honorific Expressions
YUASA, Hideo
会誌(阪神ドイツ語学研究会編)   15, 107-116    Apr 2003
Ferdinand de Saussure (translated by Natsue Aihara and Rei Akitsu) : The Third Lectures on the General Linguistics, based on the Notes by Emile Constantin
YUASA, Hideo
会誌(阪神ドイツ語学研究会編)   15, 153-161    Apr 2003

Books etc

 
Access Japanese-German Dictionary
YUASA HIDEO (Part:Joint Work)
Sanshusha Publ. Co.   Jan 2012   
Access German-Japanese Dictionary. 3. Edition
Yuasa, Hideo (Part:Joint Work)
Sanshusha Publ. Co.   Apr 2010   
Thinking of the German Language: A Collection of Articles on the Language
ZAIMA, Susumu, OGINO, Kurahei, SEINO, Tomoaki, NAYA, Masaaki, SHIMA, Norio, TOKITA, Itsuko, OYA, Toshiaki, KAN, Mingyon, MIYAKE, Yoko, YUASA, Hideo (Part:Joint Work)
三修社   Mar 2008   
German from the Viewpoint of the Far Neighborhood. Japanese Insights into a Foreign Language. Festschrift for the 60. Birthday of Susumu Zaima.
STICKEL, Gerhard, YUASA, Hideo, IKEGAMI, Yoshihiko, EROMS, Hans-Werner, NARITA, Takashi, OZONO, Masahiko, OGAWA, Akio, FUJINAWA, Yasuhiro, OYA, Toshiaki, SEINO, Tomoaki (Part:Joint Work)
Sauffenburg Verlag   Apr 2005   
Grammaticalization in German - from the Viewpoint of the Typology -
MORI, Yoshiki, YUASA, Hideo, HEINE, Bernd, MIYASHITA, Hiroyuki, FUJINAWA, Yasuhiro, KOKUTANI, Shigehiro, SHIGETO, Minoru, TANAKA, Shin, TANAKA, Masatoshi, HASHIMOTO, Masashi (Part:Joint Work)
NEUE BEITRAEGE ZUR GERMANISTIK (日本独文学会編)、Iudicium Verlag   Dec 2004   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
"Ease of Understanding" and the Frequency of Occurrence in the Research into the German Language-Focus on the Analysis of the Causative Constructions with "lassen" [Invited]
YUASA HIDEO
the 92. Academic Meeting of Kyoto Germanic Linguistics   May 2017   Society of Kyoto Germanic Linguistics
In this paper I investigated the frequency of various types of the German causative construction in Thomas Manns "Doktor Faustus". As the result of the investigation I came into a conclusion that it is not a casative construction in the grammar fo...
On the Unreality of an Unreal Mood of the Subjunctive II
Yuasa, Hideo
the 73. Academic Meeting of Kyoto Germanic Linguistics   Dec 2010   Society of Kyoto Germanic Linguistics
In this paper I analized various usage of the germanic subjunctive II. In terms of modality I came into a conclusion that the usage of subjunctive II is not restricted to a counterfactual usage. Subjunctive II allows the suspension of judgement co...
On the Type of German Constructions from the Viewpoint of the Constructions with Functional Verbs _ In Comparison with the Japanese Language_
YUASA, Hideo
日本独文学会秋季研究発表会   Oct 2006   日本独文学会
The End-Orientation of German Verbal Components and Language Change
YUASA, Hideo
Deutsch aus ferner Naehe刊行記念第1回DAFNドイツ語研究会   Mar 2005   DAFNドイツ語研究会
On the Communicative Function of the Dative-Passive
YUASA, Hideo
第31回語学ゼミナール   Aug 2003   日本独文学会

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