SHINOGI Reiko

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Name
SHINOGI Reiko
Affiliation
Gunma Prefectural Women's University
Section
Arts, Japanese Literature
Degree
M.A.(Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1974
 - 
1975
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Assistant
 
1975
 - 
1977
Kochi Women's University, Instructor
 
1977
 - 
1980
Kochi Women's University, Assistant Professor
 
1980
 - 
1994
Gunma Prefectural Women's University, Assistant Professor
 
1994
   
 
- Gunma Prefectural Women's University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1974
Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
 
 - 
1969
Faculty of Literature, Kokugakuin University
 

Misc

 
Pronouncing Reality of Non-Accent and its change into the Common Japanese Accent(1)-In the Case of Ujiie-machi Dialect, Tochigi
   1991
Pronouncing Reality of Non-Accent and its Change into the Common Japanese Accent(2)-In the Case of Ujiie-machi Dialect, Tochigi
   1992
Study of the Accents in the Junction of two Differents Accent Systems-In the Case of Saga-machi Dialect, Kochi
   1984
Accents in the Dialect of Kuki-machi, Saitama-Process from Obscure Accent to Tokyo Accent-
10    1972
Characteristics and their Transitions of-Gunma-ken Dialect Accent -Especially abaut Three Syllables Nouns in Kuni-mura(Agatsuma-gun)Dialect
   1993

Books etc

 
Study of kuni-mura Dialect, Gumma
1991   
Study of Nakazato-mura Dialect, Gumma
1991   
Introduction to the Study of the Fundamental Vocabulary in the Japanese Dialects
1979   
Diachronic Study of the Dialect System
1974   
Study of the Gumma Dialect
1994   

Works

 
(BLANK)
1989 - 1995
Study on the old strata of the accents around Tokyo
1995 - 1997
A history of grain food in Japanese culture
1998 - 1999

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study Concerning the Perception of Accent -From Non-Accent to the Common Japanese Accent-
Study of Gunma-ken Dialects-Dialect Vocabulary and Regional Culture-
The Relation between Linguistic Forms and the Recognition of the Life-World