LINGUIST List 32.1026

Fri Mar 19 2021

FYI: Pioneering Linguistic Works in Japan

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <>

Date: 18-Mar-2021
From: Stephen Horn <>
Subject: Pioneering Linguistic Works in Japan
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Papers deserving wider attention have been selected for translation into English by members of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. From 2018 to the present, translations of 11 papers have been uploaded and are available through this website:
More papers are to follow.
Linguistic who don't specialize in Japanese can still find items of great interest from among the titles below.

HATTORI Shiro, On the Accent of Japanese from the Phonological Point of View
WATANABE Minoru, The “Self” Versus “Other” Perspective and Grammatical Theory
UWANO Zendo, What is an N-pattern Accent System?
MIYATA Koichi, A New View of Accentuation and the Annotation of Accentuation
HASHIMOTO Shinkichi, A Discovery in the History of Research on Japanese Kana Orthography: Ishizuka Tatsumaro’s Kanazukai oku no yamamichi
KINDAICHI Haruhiko, Heian Period Accentuation as Viewed from Comparison of Modern Dialects: Especially bimoraic nouns
HATTORI Shiro, Dependent Words and Dependent Forms
ISHIGAKI Kenji, The Principle of Repulsion between Active Inflecting Words
TOKUGAWA Munemasa, An Attempt at a Family Tree of Japanese Dialect Accentuation: As viewed from “class mergers” and “geographical distribution”
MINAMI Fujio, The Structure of Predicate Sentences
HAYASHI Shiro, The Structure of Provisional Words

Linguistic Field(s): Writing Systems

Subject Language(s): Japanese (jpn)
Language Family(ies): Japanese Family

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