AKIYAMA Masahiro

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Name
AKIYAMA Masahiro
Affiliation
Ehime University
Section
Faculty of Education
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor (Linguistics)(Sophia University), MA (Linguistics)(Sophia University)

Research Areas

 
 
  • Linguistics / Linguistics / Theoretical Linguistics

Education

 
 
 - 
1996
Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language, Sophia University
 
 
 - 
1991
Faculty of Foreign Language, Sophia University
 

Published Papers

 
Unbalanced Right Node Raising in Japanese: A Preliminary Study
Masahiro Akiyama
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 88 (Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 13)   303-310   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
Multi-phrasal Predicateless Utterances in Japanese: Mostly on Song Titles
Masahiro Akiyama
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 79 (Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 8)   1-12   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
Where-extraction Stranding From: The Double PP Configuration and Repair by Ellipsis
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 18th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   17-33   Aug 2016   [Refereed]
The Syntax of Location Where: Pied-Piping, Stranding and Deletion of At
Toshiyuki Fujii and Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of 17th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar      Aug 2015   [Refereed]
The Syntax of Focus-Doubling in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 73 (Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 7)   1-12   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
Focus-Doubling, Left-Branch Modifiers and Ellipsis in Focus Constructions
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 16th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   47-66   Aug 2014   [Refereed]
A Formal Characterization of the Hell as a Marker of Bafflement and Phase Impenetrability
Masahiro Akiyama
Sophia Linguistica   61 145-164   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Wh-the-hell Questions, Phase-impenetrability and Syntactic Encoding of the Point of View
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 15th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   23-41   Aug 2013   [Refereed]
A Constraint on Deletion of Noun Phrases in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 14th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   39-59   Aug 2012   [Refereed]
Infinitives, NegP and a Theory of Functional Projection
AKIYAMA Masahiro
Proceedings of the 13th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   29-44   Aug 2011   [Refereed]
The Syntax of Aspectual Have/Be and a Theory of Functional Projection
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 12th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   115-129   Aug 2010   [Refereed]
Comparative Deletion and Locality
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 11th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   45-57   Aug 2009   [Refereed]
Anaphora Interpretation in Comparatives
Masahiro Akiyama
Papers from the Twenty-Sixth Conference of The English Linguistic Society of Japan   11-20   Mar 2009   [Refereed]
On the Movement + Deletion Analysis of Comparative Deletion
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 10th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   315-329   Aug 2008   [Refereed]
The Structures and the Derivations of Existential Sentences with Aru/Iru 'Be'
Masahiro Akiyama
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 55 (Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 4)   13-24   Nov 2007   [Refereed]
Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese and the Theory of Derivational Economy: Attract/Move Closest, Attract/Move Smallest and Merge-over-Move
Masahiro Akiyama
Doctoral Dissertation, Sophia University      Mar 2007
The Syntax of Existential Sentences with Aru/Iru 'Be' in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 8th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar: Minimalist Views on Language Design   15-33   Aug 2006   [Refereed]
Attract/Move Closest, Attract/Move Smallest, and the Syntax of the Verb Wakaru 'Understand' in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 7th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar: Ellipsis in Minimalism   13-31   Aug 2005   [Refereed]
Non-restrictive Relative Clauses in English and Japanese: Where Are They Non-restrictive?
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of The 2005 KASELL International Conference   171-184   Jun 2005   [Refereed]
On the General Tendency to Minimize Moved Elements: The Multiple Nominative Construction in Japanese and Its Theoretical Implications
Masahiro Akiyama
The Linguistic Review, Walter de Gruyter   22(1) 1-68   Jun 2005   [Refereed]
Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese and Economy
Masahiro Akiyama
35(4) 671-683   Dec 2004   [Refereed]
On the Negative Small-clause Complement of the Causative Verb Suru in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 6th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar: Minimalist Views on Interfaces   1-20   Aug 2004   [Refereed]
Nominative Case-marking and Accusative Case-marking of the Theme Argument of Wakaru in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 2004 LSK International Conference Volume II   12-21   Jul 2004   [Refereed]
Accusative Case-Marking of Otherwise Nominative-Marked Objects in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 4th GLOW in Asia: Generative Grammar in a Broader Perspective   1-18   May 2004   [Refereed]
Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese and Their Theoretical Implications
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 17th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation   50-61   Oct 2003   [Refereed]
Floating Quantifiers: Their Distribution, Their Internal Structure, and the Theory of Phrase Structure
Masahiro Akiyama
Empirical and Theoretical Investigations into Language: A Festchrift for Masaru Kajita   42-53   Dec 2003   [Refereed]
Multiple Nominative Construction in Japanese and Its Theoretical Implications
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of the 2002 LSK International Summer Conference Volume I   93-104   Aug 2002   [Refereed]
Deriving the General Tendency to Minimize Moved Elements
Masahiro Akiyama
The 2000 International Workshop on Generative Grammar   3-14   Nov 2000   [Refereed]
Another Way of Minimizing Phrase Structure
Masahiro Akiyama
Papers from the Seventeenth National Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan   1-10   Mar 2000   [Refereed]
On the LCA-Based Derivation of the X-Bar Theory
Masahiro Akiyama
Sophia Linguistica   44(45/) 43-61   1999   [Refereed]
The Minimal Link Condition, Q-Floating and Non-Root Application of Merge
Masahiro Akiyama
Papers from the Fourteenth National Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan   1-10   Mar 1997   [Refereed]
Differences between Self-forms and Zibun
Masahiro Akiyama
Papers from the Thirteenth National Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan   1-10   Mar 1996   [Refereed]
An Alternative Grammar of Long-Distance Binding
Masahiro Akiyama
Proceedings of Sophia University Linguistic Society   (10) 273-298   1995
On Quantifier Floating
Masahiro Akiyama
English Linguistics   11 100-122   Dec 1994   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Sosite-Coordination of Case-Marked Nominals in Japanese
AKIYAMA Masahiro
Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 14   20 Oct 2018   
Unbalanced Right Node Raising in Japanese: A Preliminary Study
AKIYAMA Masahiro
Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 13   27 May 2017   
Where-extraction Stranding From: The Double PP Configuration and Repair by Ellipsis
AKIYAMA Masahiro
The 18th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   5 Aug 2016   
Multi-phrasal Predicateless Utterances in Japanese: Mostly on Song Titles
Masahiro Akiyama
Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 8   18 Feb 2016   
The Syntax of Location Where: Pied-Piping, Stranding and Deletion of At
Toshiyuki Fujii and Masahiro Akiyama
The 17th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   8 Aug 2015   
Focus-Doubling, Left-Branch Modifiers and Ellipsis in Focus Constructions
Masahiro Akiyama
The 16th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   9 Aug 2014   
日本語の焦点二重化構文における移動と削除 [Invited]
Masahiro Akiyama
上智大学言語学会第29回大会   19 Jul 2014   
The Syntax of Focus-Doubling in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 7   27 Jun 2014   
The Focus-Doubling Construction in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 10   3 May 2014   
Wh-the-hell Questions, Phase-impenetrability and Syntactic Encoding of the Point of View
Masahiro Akiyama
The 15th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   10 Aug 2013   
Deletion of Noun Phrases in Relative Clauses in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 6   27 Sep 2012   
A Constraint on Deletion of Noun Phrases in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
The 14th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2012   
Speculations on Auxiliary Doubling
Masahiro Akiyama
The 1st World Congress of Scholars of English Linguistics   Jun 2012   
Infinitives, NegP and a Theory of Functional Projection
Masahiro Akiyama
The 13th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2011   
The Syntax of Aspectual Have/Be and a Theory of Functional Projection
Masahiro Akiyama
The 12th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2010   
Comparative Deletion and Locality
Masahiro Akiyama
The 11th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2009   
On the Movement + Deletion Analysis of Comparative Deletion
Masahiro Akiyama
The 10th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2008   
The Structures and the Derivations of Existential Sentences with Aru/Iru ‘Be’
Masahiro Akiyama
Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 4   18 Aug 2006   
The Syntax of Existential Sentences with Aru/Iru ‘Be’ in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
The 8th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2006   
Attract/Move Closest, Attract/Move Smallest, and the Syntax of the Verb Wakaru ‘Understand’ in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
The 7th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2005   
Non-restrictive Relative Clauses in English and Japanese: Where Are They Non-restrictive?
Masahiro Akiyama
The 2005 KASELL (The Korean Association for the Study of English Language and Linguistics) International Conference   Jun 2005   
On the Negative Small-clause Complement of the Causative Verb Suru in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
The 6th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar   Aug 2004   
Nominative Case-marking and Accusative Case-marking of the Theme Argument of Wakaru in Japanese
Masahiro Akiyama
The 2004 LSK (The Linguistic Society of Korea) International Conference   Jun 2004   
Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese and Their Theoretical Implications
Masahiro Akiyama
The 17th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation   1 Oct 2003   
Multiple Nominative Construction in Japanese and Its Theoretical Implications
Masahiro Akiyama
The 2002 LSK (Linguistic Society of Korea International Summer Conference   Aug 2002   
Locative Inversion and Economy: Evidence for Global Economy
Masahiro Akiyama
The 32nd Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society   Oct 2001   
Deriving the General Tendency to Minimize Moved Elements
Masahiro Akiyama
The 2000 International Workshop on Generative Grammar   Jul 2000   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A study on deletion as one of the elementary operations in natural language
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2016    Investigator(s): AKIYAMA Masahiro
Principles of Economy
Project Year: 2000   
Theory of Phrase Structure
Project Year: 1999   
Study of Movement Phenomena in Natural Languages
Project Year: 2000   
Case-marking in Japanese
Project Year: 2002   
Properties of Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese and Their Theoretical Implications
Project Year: 2001   
Properties of Negative Small Clauses in Japanese and Their Theoretical Implications
Project Year: 2002   
The syntax and semantics of relative clauses in English and Japanese
Project Year: 2004