Hideki TSUKAMOTO

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Name
Hideki TSUKAMOTO
Nickname
hidezaburo
E-mail
htsukaehime-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Ehime University
Section
Faculty of Law and Letters Humanities
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(Osaka University of Foreign Studies)
Research funding number
60207347

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2006
 - 
2008
 The Open University of Japan
 
2008
   
 
The University of Tsukuba
 
1988
 - 
2002
 Section of Human Sciences, Department of Humanities, Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime University
 
2002
   
 
- Section of Human Sciences, Department of Humanities, Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime University
 
1987
 - 
1988
 International Student Center, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
1987
 - 
1988
 Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1987
Department of Linguistics, Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1984
Department of Japanese Linguistics, Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
 
 - 
1981
Department of Korean, Faculty of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 

Committee Memberships

 
2004
 - 
2006
The Society of Japanese Grammar  Program Committee Member
 

Published Papers

 
Compound Case Particles with the Single Case Particle -ni in Japanese, and Their Korean Counterparts: A Contrastive Linguistic Approach
Hideki TSUKAMOTO
Yasuyuki Fujita and Makoto Yamazaki (Eds.), Current Topics in the Study of Japanese So-Called Formal Words and Morphemes, Osaka: Izumi Shoin.   515-559   May 2018   [Invited]
On the Interaction of Morphology and Syntax in Agglutinative Languages: A Contrastive Study of Japanese, Korean, and Turkish
Hideki TSUKAMOTO
Linguistic Research, Kyoto: Kyoto University Linguistics Circle.   5 25-40   Dec 1986
Some Remarks on "Primary Complements" and "Secondary Complements" in Japanese
Hideki TSUKAMOTO
Nebulae, Minoo, Osaka: Osaka Gaidai Linguistic Circle.   10 189-207   Nov 1984
On Quantifier Floating in Korean: As Contrasted with that in Japanese
Hideki TSUKAMOTO
Nebulae, Minoo, Osaka: Osaka Gaidai Linguistic Circle.   8 76-101   Nov 1982

Misc

 
The Relationship between Word Classes and Linguistic Phenomena in Japanese and Korean: A Contrastive Linguistic Approach
Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign StudiesAsian and African Languages and Linguistics 3: Diversity in Lexical Category Systems   3 29-46   2008
Compound Case Particles in Japanese and Korean Revisited: A Contrastive Linguistic Approach
Osaka: Izumi ShoinCurrent Topics in the Study of Japanese Compound Particles   285-310   2006
The Position of Adverbial Verb Forms in a System of Grammar: A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
Tokyo: Hituzi SyoboNew Developments in Contrastive Linguistics   297-317   2004
The Constructions Found in Conversational Corpora: With Special Reference to the Argument Structures in Japanese
Tokyo: Department of Language Research, The National Institute for Japanese LanguageElectronic Dictionaries and Descriptive Studies in Japanese: Report on the Results of Research Conducted under a Grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science,・・・   35-47   2002
Tokyo: Department of Language Research, The National Institute for Japanese LanguageElectronic Dictionaries and Descriptive Studies in Japanese: Report on the Results of Research Conducted under a Grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Sci...
Word Formation and Grammaticalization: A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
Seoul: ThaehaksaCollected Papers on Korean/Japanese Linguistics and Literature: A Festschrift for Professor Hiroyuki Umeda on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday   605-627   2001
How Should We Account for the Differences between Modern Japanese and Modern Korean?: A Proposal for Historical Studies Derived from Studies in Modern Languages
Studies in Etymology   38 11-17   2000
Tradition, Deviation, and Creation in Language Research: With Special Reference to Japanese Language Research
Osaka: SeibundoTradition, Deviation, and Creation: An Invitation to Academic Studies in Letters and Human Sciences   83-103   1999
A Unified Account of Word Formation and Syntactic Phenomena by Contrasting Japanese and Korean: With Reference to Compound Case Particles
Tsukuba, Ibaraki: The Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West, University of TsukubaReport of the Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of ・・・      1999
Tsukuba, Ibaraki: The Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West, University of TsukubaReport of the Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Culture...
Word Formation and Compound Verbs: A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
Tsukuba, Ibaraki: The Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West, University of TsukubaReport of the Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of ・・・   I (Part I) 161-172   1998
Tsukuba, Ibaraki: The Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Cultures of the East and West, University of TsukubaReport of the Special Research Project for the Typological Investigation of Languages and Culture...
Retrospectives and Outlook: Contrastive Studies of Japanese and Korean
Tokyo: Kurosio PublishersContrastive Studies of Japanese and Foreign Languages IV, Japanese and Korean Vol. 1, Retrospectives and Outlook   37-50   1997
Lexical Word Formation and Syntactic Word Formation: A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
Tokyo: Kurosio PublishersContrastive Studies of Japanese and Foreign Languages IV, Japanese and Korean Vol. 2, Research Articles   191-212   1997
Lexical Word Formation and Syntactic Word Formation: A Typological Study of Agglutinative Languages, Including Japanese and Korean
The Association for Natural Language ProcessingProceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the Association for Natural Language Processing   573-576   1997
An Essay on Idioms and Valence in Japanese
Tokyo: Daigaku ShorinAreas of Exploring Languages: A Festschrift for Dr. Tamotsu Koizumi on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday   321-329   1996
Exploring Languages from the Viewpoint of Cognition and Knowledge: With Special Reference to Japanese and Korean
Matsuyama, Ehime: The Society of Letters and Human Sciences, Ehime UniversityCollected Papers in Commemoration of the Twentieth Anniversary of the Society of Letters and Human Sciences, Ehime University   35-44   1996
The Linguistics of Activity and Stativity
Taishukan Publishing CompanyLanguage   25(5) 72-75   1996
Agglutinative Languages and Complex Structures: With Special Reference to Japanese and Korean
Tokyo: Kurosio PublishersStudies in Complex Sentences, Vol. 1   63-85   1995
On Korean Passives with a Sino-Korean Verb
The Academic Association of Koreanology in JapanJournal of the Academic Association of Koreanology in Japan   153 1-17   1994
Compound Verbs and Valence: A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
Tokyo: Kurosio PublishersExploring Case in Japanese   225-246   1993
On Korean Passives with a Native Korean Verb: With Special Reference to the Proper Use of the i Form and the cita Form
Taishukan Publishing CompanyLanguage   22(11) 70-77   1993
Grammatical Relations and Case Particles: An Essay on Introducing Grammatical Relations into Grammatical Theory
Matsuyama, Ehime: The Society of Letters and Human Sciences, Ehime UniversityCollected Essays in Commemoration of the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Society of Letters and Human Sciences, Ehime University   71-84   1991
On Compound Case Particles in Japanese
Tokyo: Meiji ShoinJapanese Linguistics   10(3) 78-95   1991
On the Phenomena of Case Particle Alternations in Japanese
The Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime UniversityThe Bulletin of the Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime University   24 103-127   1991
On Compound Case Particles in Japanese and Korean
Tokyo: SanseidoAsian Languages and General Linguistics   646-657   1990
A Contrastive Analysis of Noun-Noun Modification in Japanese and Korean
The Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime UniversityThe Bulletin of the Faculty of Law and Letters, Ehime University   23 119-131   1990
Japanese-Korean Contrastive Linguistics and Japanese Language Education
The Society for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign LanguageJapanese Language Education   72 68-79   1990
Compound Verbs and Valence in Japanese
Tokyo: Daigaku ShorinThe Range of Linguistics: A Festschrift for Professor Tamotsu Koizumi on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday   127-144   1987
On Quantifier Floating: A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Korean
The Academic Association of Koreanology in JapanJournal of the Academic Association of Koreanology in Japan   119, 120/,33-69    1986
On Quantifier Floating in Japanese
The Graduate Student Council, Osaka University of Foreign StudiesSTUDIUM   11 33-61   1982

Books etc

 
Global Korean
Tokyo: Kurosio Publishers   1996   
A Usage Dictionary of Basic Japanese Verbs
Taishukan Publishing Company   1989   

Works

 
The Development and Utilization of Electronic Corpora for Descriptive Studies in Japanese (Research Conducted under a Grant from the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture)
1999 - 2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Typological Studies of Agglutination, Word Formation, and Grammaticalization in Language
Project Year: 1984   
Contrastive Linguistic Studies of Modern Japanese and Modern Korean
Project Year: 1981   
The Morphology, Syntax, and Semantics of Modern Japanese and Modern Korean
Project Year: 1981