Erscheinungsdatum: 04.09.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Learning Patterns, Titelzusatz: A Pattern Language for Creative Learning, Autor: Iba, Takashi, Verlag: Lulu.com, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: EDUCATION // General, Rubrik: Erziehung // Bildung, Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 134, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 184 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Studies of Japanese syntax have played a central role in the long history of Japanese linguistics spanning more than 250 years in Japan and abroad. More recently, Japanese has been among the languages most intensely studied within modern linguistic theories such as Generative Grammar and Cognitive/Functional Linguistics over the past fifty years. This volume presents a comprehensive survey of Japanese syntax from these three research strands, namely studies based on the traditional research methods developed in Japan, those from broader functional perspectives, and those couched in the generative linguistics framework.The twenty-four studies contained in this volume are characterized by a detailed analysis of a grammatical phenomenon with broader implications to general linguistics, making the volume attractive to both specialists of Japanese and those interested in learning about the impact of Japanese syntax to the general study of language. Each chapter is authored by a leading authority on the topic. Broad issues covered include sentence types (declarative, imperative, etc.) and their interactions with grammatical verbal categories (modality, polarity, politeness, etc.), grammatical relations (topic, subject, etc.), transitivity, nominalizations, grammaticalization, word order (subject, scrambling, numeral quantifier, configurationality), case marking (ga/no conversion, morphology and syntax), modification (adjectives, relative clause), and structure and interpretation (modality, negation, prosody, ellipsis). Chapter titles IntroductionChapter 1. Basic structures of sentences and grammatical categories, Yoshio Nitta, Kansai University of Foreign StudiesChapter 2: Transitivity, Wesley Jacobsen, Harvard UniversityChapter 3: Topic and subject, Takashi Masuoka, Kobe City University of Foreign StudiesChapter 4: Toritate: Focusing and defocusing of words, phrases, and clauses, Hisashi Noda,National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics Chapter 5: The layered structure of the sentence, Isao Iori, Hitotsubashi UniversityChapter 6. Functional syntax, Ken-Ichi Takami, Gakushuin University, and Susumu Kuno, Harvard UniversityChapter 7: Locative alternation, Seizi Iwata, Osaka City UniversityChapter 8: Nominalizations, Masayoshi Shibatani, Rice UniversityChapter 9: The morphosyntax of grammaticalization, Heiko Narrog, Tohoku UniversityChapter 10: Modality, Nobuko Hasegawa, Kanda University of International StudiesChapter 11: The passive voice, Tomoko Ishizuka, Tama University Chapter 12: Case marking, Hideki Kishimoto, Kobe University Chapter 13: Interfacing syntax with sounds and meanings, Yoshihisa Kitagawa, Indiana University Chapter 14: Subject, Masatoshi Koizumi, Tohoku University Chapter 15: Numeral quantifiers, Shigeru Miyagawa, MITChapter 16: Relative clauses, Yoichi Miyamoto, Osaka UniversityChapter 17: Expressions that contain negation, Nobuaki Nishioka, Kyushu UniversityChapter 18: Ga/No conversion, Masao Ochi, Osaka UniversityChapter 19: Ellipsis, Mamoru Saito, Nanzan University Chapter 20: Syntax and argument structure, Natsuko Tsujimura, Indiana University Chapter 21: Attributive modification, Akira Watanabe, University of TokyoChapter 22: Scrambling, Noriko Yoshimura, Shizuoka Prefectural University
Applied linguistics is the best single label to represent a wide range of contemporary research at the intersection of linguistics, anthropology, psychology, and sociology, to name a few. The Handbook of Japanese Applied Linguistics reflects crosscurrents in applied linguistics, an ever-developing branch/discipline of linguistics. The book is divided into seven sections, where each chapter discusses in depth the importance of particular topics, presenting not only new findings in Japanese, but also practical implications for other languages. Section 1 examines first language acquisition/development, whereas Section 2 covers issues related to second language acquisition/development and bilingualism/multilingualism. Section 3 presents problems associated with the teaching and learning of foreign languages. Section 4 undertakes questions in corpus/computational linguistics. Section 5 deals with clinical linguistics, and Section 6 takes up concerns in the area of translation/interpretation. Finally, Section 7 discusses Japanese sign language. Covering a wide range of current issues in an in an in-depth, comprehensive manner, the book will be useful for researchers as well as graduate students who are interested in Japanese linguistics in general, and applied linguistics in particular. Chapter titles Chapter 1. Cognitive Bases and Caregivers' Speech in Early Language Development (Tamiko Ogura, Tezukayama University)Chapter 2. Literacy Acquisition in Japanese Children (Etsuko Haryu, University of Tokyo)Chapter 3. Age Factors in Language Acquisition (Yuko Goto Butler, University of Pennsylvania)Chapter 4. Cross-lingual Transfer from L1 to L2 Among School-age Children (Kazuko Nakajima, University of Toronto)Chapter 5. Errors and Learning Strategies by Learners of Japanese as an L2 (Kumiko Sakoda, Hiroshima University/NINJAL)Chapter 6. Adult JFL Learners' Acquisition of Speech Style Shift (Haruko Minegishi Cook, University of Hawai'i at Manoa)Chapter 7. Japanese Language Proficiency Assessment (Noriko Kobayashi, Tsukuba University)Chapter 8. The Role of Instruction in Acquiring Japanese as a Second Language (Kaoru Koyanagi, Sophia University)Chapter 9. The Influence of Topic Choice on Narrative Proficiency by Learners of Japanese as a Foreign Language (Masahiko Minami, San Francisco State University)Chapter 10. CHILDES for Japanese: Corpora, Programs, and Perspectives (Susanne Miyata, Aichi Shukutoku University)Chapter 11. KY Corpus (Jae-Ho Lee, Tsukuba University)Chapter 12. Corpus-based Second Language Acquisition Research (Hiromi Ozeki, Reitaku University)Chapter 13. Assessment of Language Development in Children with Hearing Impairment and Language Disorders (Kiyoshi Otomo, Tokyo Gakugei University)Chapter 14. Speech and Language Acquisition in Japanese Children with Down Syndrome (Toru Watamaki, Nagasaki University)Chapter 15. Revisiting Autistic Language: Is "literalness" a Truth or Myth? Manabu Oi (Osaka University/Kanazawa University)Chapter 16. Towards a Robust, Genre-based Translation Model and its Application (Judy Noguchi, Mukogawa Women's University, Atsuko Misaki, Kwansei Gakuin University, Shoji Miyanaga, Ritsumeikan University, Masako Terui, Kinki University)Chapter 17. Japanese Sign Language: An Introduction (Daisuke Hara, Toyota Technological Institute)Chapter 18. Japanese Sign Language Phonology and Morphology (Daisuke Hara, Toyota Technological Institute)Chapter 19. Japanese Sign Language Syntax (Noriko Imazato, Kobe City College of Technology)Chapter 20. Sign Language Development and Language Input (Takashi Torigoe, Hyogo University of Teacher Education)
This fully remastered, four color hardcover edition collects the first four volumes of the original series in one deluxe collector's omnibus! A mysterious illness is spreading rapidly through the halls of Fujimi High School. In a matter of hours, the campus is transformed from a place of learning into a hive of nightmares, as the infected students collapse and are reborn as flesh-hungry zombies! Only a handful of students escape the initial outbreak - among them Takashi Komuro and his childhood friend, Rei. He manages to protect Rei from the initial onslaught, but how long can Takashi and the other students hope to survive when the whole school - maybe the whole town - is out for their blood?!
A mysterious illness is spreading rapidly through the halls of Fujimi High School. In a matter of hours, the campus is transformed from a place of learning into a hive of nightmares, as the infected students collapse and are reborn as flesh-hungry zombies! Only a handful of students escape the initial outbreak - among them Takashi Komuro and his childhood friend, Rei. He manages to protect Rei from the initial onslaught, but how long can Takashi and the other students hope to survive when the whole school - maybe the whole town - is out for their blood?!
&#8216;Communication is one of the most important tools for global leaders. No one is born with this natural ability; rather, it is built through training, practice, and continuous learning. No matter what level you are in your career, Professor Inoue&#8217;s book offers the practical advice and real-life examples to help executives to hone the craft of communications, tell better stories, and motivate others to grow and transform the business.&#8217; &#8212; Carlos Ghosn, Chairman of the Board, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. &#8216;Takashi Inoue makes a compelling case that public relations has the potential to help organizations and their managers cope with what he calls hyper-globalization. Dr. Inoue, who is Japan&#8217;s leading public relations scholar and professional, defines public relations as stakeholder relationship management. His Japanese perspective offers a global context that will help public relations professionals and their management clients understand and practice public relations in today&#8217;s complicated world.&#8217; &#8212; James E. Grunig, Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland &#8216;Takashi Inoue builds a strong case for the increasingly central role of public relations in the context of what he calls 'hyper-globalization.' His numerous examples and case studies detail both the promise and challenge of worldwide economic integration and disruptive Internet technologies. Whereas globalization increases the number and diversity of stakeholders, the time frame for decision, action and communication rapidly decreases. As a result, new public relations skill sets are required for public relations managers and corporate leaders alike. This book will point them in the right direction.&#8217; &#8212; Glen M. Broom, Professor Emeritus, School of Journalism and Media Studies, San Diego State University 'Asia will soon have the world&#8217;s largest GDP, but Rapid globalization and disruptive technology bring deep economic, social, and geo-political consequences as seen in global terror, global armed conflicts, fake-news, and declining local economies. For global executive, wanting to contribute solutions and run ethical organizations, Dr. Inoue&#8217;s book provides needed insights. Rather than just communication management, his unique public relations as stakeholder relationship management and ethics based self-correction model is a must reading for today&#8217;s global challenges.&#8217; &#8212; Kiyoshi Kobayashi, Ph.D., Professor, Graduate School of Management, Kyoto University