Studies in Language Sciences (6)

Studies in Language Sciences (6)

Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences

HidetosiSirai/SetsukoArita/MakikoHirakawa/ShunjiInagaki/MasahikoMinami/YurikoOshima-Takane/YasuhiroShirai/YasushiTerao[編]

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4,200円+税
ISBN
978-4-87424-381-7 C3080
発売日
2007/7/7
判型
A5
ページ数
336頁
ジャンル
言語習得 ― <Studies in Language Sciences>
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言語科学会(SILS)論文集の第6号。【目次】The L2 Child as Arbitrator/On The Usage-Based Model of Language Acquisition/The Dual Mechanism for Processing English and Japanese Verbs/ほか

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言語科学会(JSLS)の年次国際大会で発表された口頭発表論文を中心に編まれた論文集。くろしお出版からはvol. 2~10を書籍として刊行(vol. 1は市販発売なし、vol.11以降は開拓社から刊行)。

関連情報

目次
I. PLENARY



The L2 Child as Arbitrator

Bonnie D. Schwartz



On The Usage-Based Model of Language Acquisition

Yukio Otsu



II. INVITED SYMPOSIUM



The Dual Mechanism for Processing English and Japanese Verbs

Katsuo Tamaoka



A Connectionist Model of Lexical Segmentation

Shogo Makioka



III. GENERAL SESSION PAPERS



< First Language Acquisition>



The Effect of Touching Object Parts on Learning Novel Object Part Names Among Young Children and Adults

Harumi Kobayashi



Japanese Children’s Acquisition of the Accusative Case: Evidence for an Interim Stage Preceding Morphological Case Acquisition

Noriko Iwasaki







A Comparative Study of Motivation: Foreign Language Learners of

Spanish, French, German and Japanese in Tertiary Education

Fumie Kato



Factors Associated With the Notion Among Japanese Elementary School Teachers That Native Speakers are Ideal Language Teachers

Yuko Goto Butler



Activity Transition in a Student-Centered Classroom, Involving a Case of Language Switch

Eric Hauser



Predictors of Attrition and Retention in English as a Foreign Language (EFL): Japanese Adult Learners

Kimie Yamamoto



Phonological Recoding in Intermediate Japanese Learners of English

Jeffrey D. Witzel and Naoko O. Witzel



Viewpoint Setting in L1 and L2 Japanese Narratives

Yuko Nakahama and Yuka Kurihara



Are Recasts With Prosodic Emphasis More Effective Than Regular Recasts? A Time-Series Study of Two Japanese FL Learners

Ritsuko Narita



Grading Difficulties of Tasks by Analyzing Differences of Performance Among Speakers

Naoki Takei and Kanji Akahori







Eastern Catalan Vowel Reduction is Characterized by Raising – Not Centralization

Dylan Herrick



A Venturous Approach to Japanese Scrambling in Terms of the Minimalist Theory of Movement

Shin’ya Uchishiba



Analysis of Context-Dependent Interpretation of Noun Phrases

Ryusuke Kikuchi and Hidetosi Sirai



A Study of Responses to Nonverbal Expression of Needs

Mikiko Suzuki



Doing Otherness: Identity and Conversation Analysis

Erica Zimmerman

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