Studies in Japanese Grammaticalization

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Linguistics Workshop Series 6
Studies in Japanese Grammaticalization

ToshioOhori[編]

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3,800円+税
ISBN
978-4-87424-153-0 C3081
発売日
1998/3/2
判型
A5
ページ数
212頁
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言語学 ― <Linguistics Workshop Series>
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文法形式が歴史の中にどのように発生・拡張したのか。日本語の文法化についての最新の研究。バーナード・コムリーに続く5編の論文は現代の言語理論を背景に日本語のおもしろさを示す。(英文書)


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目次
Introduction Toshio Ohori



Perspectives on Grammaticalization

Bernard Comrie

 1. The notion of grammatical(ized): Central and marginal cases

 2. Grammaticalization paths, I: Grammaticalization of lexical items

 3. Grammaticalization paths, II: Grammaticalization of semantic structures: Semantic roles to grammatical relations

 4. Grammaticalization paths, III: Grammaticalization of pragmatic structures

  4.1. Obligation and negation

  4.2. Possibility

  4.3. Reference tracking

 5. Conclusions



Semantic Change in the Grammaticalization of Verbs into Post-positions in Japanese

Yo Matsumoto

 1. From verbs to adpositions in Japanese

  1.1. Deverbal postpositions in Japanese

  1.2. Verbal and postpositional properties of Japanese complex postpositions

 2. The nature of the semantic change

  2.1. Semantic change from verbs to adpositions

  2.2. Patterns of polysemization

 3. Explanation for common paths of semantic change

  3.1. General nature of source verbs

  3.2. Image-schematic properties in semantic change

  3.3. Limitations of image-schema preservation

 4. Conclusion



Further Notes on Deverbal Postpositions: A Commentary on Matsumoto's Paper

Akira Honda

 1. Introduction

 2. O motte: Constructional meaning

 3. Prohibition on monadic verbs

 4. Ni kakete: Heterosemy



From a Lexical Noun to an Utterance-final Pragmatic Particle: Wake

Ryoko Suzuki

 1. Introduction

  1.1. The pragmatic use of wake

  1.2. Teramura’s study on wake

 2. Data and method

 3. Development of the pragmatic wake: The syntactic transition

  3.1.Overview

  3.2.Five stages of the pragmatic wake

 4.Discussion

  4.1.Summary of the change

  4.2.A type of grammaticization?

  4.3.Is wake really a pragmatic particle?

 5. Concluding remarks



What Can Natural Conversational Data Tell us about Grammaticiza-tion?: A Commentary on Suzuki’s Paper

Hiroaki Kitano

 1. Introduction

 2. Why natural conversational data for grammaticization studies?

 3. A problem

 4. Conclusion



Functional Variety in the Japanese Conjunctive Particle Kara ‘Because’

Yuko Iguchi

 1. Introduction

 2. Preceding studies

 3. Observation of utterances ending with kara in actual discourse

  3.1. Relation to other utterances in discourse

  3.2. Relation to an act

  3.3. Relation to implicatures

 4. Concluding remarks



Grammaticization of Clause-final Elements: A Commentary on Iguchi’s Paper

Ryoko Suzuki

 1. Clause-final phenomenon

 2. Motivations for the change

 3. Synchronic and diachronic approaches





Polysemy and Paradigmatic Change in the Japanese Conditional Marker Ba

Toshio Ohori

 1. Polysemy of ba

 2. Methods and basic facts

  2.1. Grammaticalization and diachronic paths

  2.2. Verbal paradigms of ba

 3. Motivations for change

 4. Concluding remarks



Some Theoretical Issues in the Analysis of Polyfunctionality: A Commentary on Ohori's Paper

Yoshiki Nishimura

 1. Introduction

 2. Grammaticalization

 3. A single meaning manifested in different domains



On the Polyfunctionality of the Japanese Particle No: From the Perspectives of Ontology and Grammaticalization

Kaoru Horie

 1. Introduction

 2. Ontological gradience from thing via event to proposition: A cognitive reason for the duality of no

 3. Contrastive linguistic evidence in support of the continuum of syntactic functions

  3.1. Mandarin Chinese

  3.2. English

  3.3. Korean

  3.4. Implicational hierarchy of the linguistic codability of syntactic functions

 4. The cognitive nature of grammaticalization of no

 5. Conclusion



Close to the Edge: A Commentary on Horie’s Paper

Toshio Ohori

 1. The scope of grammaticalization

 2. Some typological observations

 3. Mono vs.koto as a typological parameter
著者紹介
所属は、執筆時1998年のものです。



Bernard Comrie: Department of Linguistics, University of Southern California

Akira Honda: Faculty of Contemporary Cultures, Surugadai University

Kaoru Horie: Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University

Yuko Iguchi: Graduate School of Foreign Languages, Dokkyo University

Hiroaki Kitano: Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University

Yo Matsumoto: Department of English, Meiji Gakuin University

Yoshiki Nishimura: Language and Information Sciences, University of Tokyo

Toshio Ohori: Language and Information Sciences, University of Tokyo

Ryoko Suzuki: Faculty of Economics, Keio University