MIZUTA, Yoko

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Name
MIZUTA, Yoko
E-mail
mizutayicu.ac.jp
Affiliation
International Christian University
Section
College of Liberal Arts Division of Arts and Sciences
Job title
Senior Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D. (Linguistics)(University of Chicago), M. A.(Osaka University), B.S.(Waseda University)
Research funding number
30413941

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
Sep 1996
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Dec 2002
Linguistics, Graduate School, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Chicago
 
Apr 1993
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Mar 1995
Language & Culture, Graduate School of Language & Culture, Osaka University
 
Apr 1992
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Mar 1993
Division of Humanities (Kenkyusei), College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
 
Apr 1981
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Mar 1985
Matematics, Dept. of Science & Engineering, Waseda University
 

Published Papers

 
Conventional implicature and presupposition
Yoko Mizuta
Educational Studies   61 11-22   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Semantics and pragmatics of pure indexical reference
Yoko Mizuta
Journal of Cognitive Science   20(1) 53-77   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
A mental spaces analysis of the answering machine paradox: The agent of the context of utterance revisited
Yoko Mizuta
Journal of Cognitive Science   16(4) 535-564   Dec 2015   [Refereed]
On the ambiguity of sentences with natural language quantifiers
Yoko Mizuta
Educational Studies   57 91-98   Mar 2015
On the cancellation of presupposisions: Interactions with negation, scope, and perspectives
Yoko Mizuta
Educational Studies   56 109-117   Mar 2014

Misc

 
A pilot study of an enhanced Rhetorical Structure Theory based on an analysis of a discourse particle ‘actually’ used in interpersonal settings
Yoko Mizuta
Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the Pragmatics Suciety of Japan   243-251   Dec 2017
The interpretation of the reference of "now" in written messages: An experimental view
Yoko Mizuta
Philosophy Study   7(8) 455-462   Aug 2017   [Refereed]
Pragmatic factors determining the references of indexicals 'I', 'here', and 'now in recorded and written messages
Yoko Mizuta
The 18th Annual Conference Proceedings of Pragmatic Society of Japan   163-170   Dec 2016
An analysis of Japanese ‘Class IV verb’ from syntactic and lexical perspectives
Yoko Mizuta
JSLS2008 Handbook   161-161   Jul 2008
Annotation of Biomedical Texts for Zone Analysis
Yoko Mizuta, Tony Mullen and Nigel Collier
NII Technical Report      Oct 2004

Books etc

 
New frontiers in artificial intelligence (Lecture notes in computer science, Volume 3609)
Yoko Mizuta (pp.449-459), Akito Sakurai, Koichi Haisida, and Katsumi Nitta (Eds.) (Part:Contributor, pp.449-459)
Springer   Apr 2007   ISBN:978-3-5407-1008-0
Understanding temporal relations in global communication across time zones (Series A: General and theoretical papers, No.678)
Yoko Mizuta
LAUD (Linguistic Agency, University of Duisburg-Essen)   Mar 2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The structure of the ambiguity of Japanese kedo-sensences: A continuum model with the polars of contrast and presentation of relevant information
Yoko Mizuta
The 21st Annual Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan   1 Dec 2018   The Pragmatics Society of Japan
The interpretation of the reference of "now" in written messages: An experimental view
Yoko Mizuta
The 15th Intl. Pragmatics Conference   Jul 2017   International Pragmatics Society
A pilot study of an enhanced Rhetorical Structure Theory based on an analysis of a discourse particle ‘actually’ used in interpersonal settings
Yoko Mizuta
The 19th Annual Conference of Pragmatic Society of Japan   11 Dec 2016   Pragmatic Society of Japan
Pragmatic factors determining the references of indexicals 'I', 'here', and 'now' in recorded and written messages
Yoko Mizuta
The 18th Annual Conference of Pragmatic Society of Japan   6 Dec 2015   Pragmatic Society of Japan
How do manner posters work?: A blended-space analysis of their cognitive effects
Yoko Mizuta
The 6th Conference on Language, Discourse, and Cognition (CLDC2012)   6 May 2012   

Patents

 
Pat.2986845 : Document management system
MIZUTA, Yoko、Keiji Kojima
US5280574 A : Text document management method adapted for generating plural text documents derived from the same original text document
Yoko Mizuta, Keiji Kojima
A text documents managing method comprising the steps of subjecting an original document registered beforehand to a first arrangement designated by a user, thereby to generate a first derived document. The first arrangement is registered as a set ...