||Foreign Language Center, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
||My research interest is English and Japanese linguistics, especially phonology and grammar. So far, I have dealt with Japanese subjects, geminate voiced obstruents, passive expressions, loanwords, and so on. In the future, I will handle the differences in voice and grammar between English and Japanese and apply them to English education.
|Research Field(Keyword & Summary)
- (1) phonology
I deal with phonological structure of English and Japanese and differences between them.
- (2) Grammar
One of my research interests is grammatical structure of English and Japanese.
- (1) The Notion of the Subject in Spoken Japanese: Is a Subject a Required Category? 2018/02
- (2) Geminate Voiced Obstruents in Japanese 2013/12
- (3) Voiceless Coronal Fricatives in Japanese 2013/09
- (4) Voiced Obstruents in Japanese 2012/11
- (5) An Analysis of Two Japanese Passives ni and niyotte 2012/02
- (6) Lexical Strata in Japanese Phonology 2011/03
- (7) Adaptation Patterns in Japanese Loanword Phonology 2011/2
- (8) A Rule-Based Analysis of Japanese Loanword Accentuation 2010/3
- (9) An OT Analysis of Loanword Accentuation in Tokyo Japanese 2009/12
- (10) Default Loanword Accent in Tokyo Japanese 2008/3
|Recruitment of research assistant(s)
|Affiliated academic society (Membership type)
||The Japan Society of Culture in English (regular member)