OTA Ichiro

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Name
OTA Ichiro
Affiliation
Kagoshima University
Section
Faculty of Law, Economics and the Humanities, Department of Humanities
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(Seinan Gakuin University), (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1988
 - 
1989
Kagoshima University, Assistant
 
1989
 - 
1993
Kagoshima University, Assistant Professor
 
1993
   
 
- Kagoshima University, Associate Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1992
University of Essex
 

Published Papers

 
太田 一郎, 竹村 亜紀子, 二階堂 整
人文学科論集 : 鹿児島大学法文学部紀要   (78) 1-10   Jun 2013
太田 一郎, 二階堂 整, 高野 照司
Cultural science reports of Kagoshima University   (70) 29-40   Jul 2009
太田 一郎, 高野 照司
Cultural science reports of Kagoshima University   68(68) 27-38   2008
太田 一郎, 高野 照司
Cultural science reports of Kagoshima University   67(67) 1-14   2008
太田 一郎, 高野 照司
Cultural science reports of Kagoshima University   66(66) 23-41   2007

Misc

 
Metaphorical Style-shifting as Rule-behavior
Seinan Gakuin Graduate School Graduate Studies in Literature   6    1987
On Affirmative sentences referring to future time with directive force
QUEST   6    1987
Some Strategic Aspects of the Yes-No Question
Seinan Gakuin Graduate school Graduate Studies in Literature   7    1988
Past Pafect and Speaker's Point of view
Kagoshima Studies in English Language and Literature   20    1989
On the Rule-Governed Nature of Conversation
Cultural Science Review of Kagoshima University   28(2) 15-25   1992

Books etc

 
Observing and Analysing natural language(原著)
2000   

Works

 
Change in progress of word accent and intonation among young people in Kagoshima-city
1997
Analysing discourse in therapy
1997
Variation observed in phonology, lexicon, syntax, semantics and discourse of modern Japanese and Japanese Languge education
1999
Interlanguage variation in dialects of Japanese
2001
A study on Therapeutic Discourse-Some effects of the therapist on the production of utterences on the client side
1997 - 1999

Research Grants & Projects

 
Linguistic Variation