School personnel information

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IMAI Shinobu


Keyword

cognitive linguistic study on Japanese morphology

Gender

Male

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  • 2007.10.01 - 2016.03.31, Center for Japanese Language and Culture, Associate Professor

  • 2016.04.01 - , Center for Japanese Language and Culture, Professor

  • 2012.04.01 - 2016.03.31, Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Graduate School of Language and Culture, Associate Professor

  • 2016.04.01 - , Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Graduate School of Language and Culture, Professor

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Kyoto University Faculty of Literature  Graduated 1991.03
Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters  Completed 1993.03
Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters  Accomplished credits for doctoral program 1996.03

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Osaka University of Foreign Studies, Associate Professor 2007.04 - 2007.09
Osaka University, Associate Professor 2007.10 - 2016.03
Osaka University, Professor 2016.04 -

Research topics 【 display / non-display

  • Cognitive Linguistic Study on Japanese Morphology
    Linguistics-related, Japanese linguistics-related

 

Academic Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Word Class and Construction: A Semantic Analysis of Japanese Verbs, Shinobu Imai, Japanese Language Teaching and Japan Study in the Era of Globalization,18-28, 2018.10, Papers(In Japanese)

  • Semantic Constraint on Verb Meaning and its Relation to the Word Classes in Japanese, Shinobu IMAI, International Symposium on Japanese Studies in Thailand 2014, 2015.03, Papers(In Japanese)

  • On the Similarities of Kango (Chinese loanword) and Compound: A Semantic Perspective, Shinobu IMAI, Japanese Language and Culture, 2013.03, Other(In Japanese)

  • On the Nature of Japanese Quantificational Adjectives ooi 'many' and sukunai 'few': An Analysis in Terms of the "Existence" Sense, Shinobu IMAI, Japanese Language and Culture,No. 38: 53-80, 2012.03, Papers(In Japanese)

  • On the continuum of productive and lexical causatives in Japanese: Toward a cognitive grammatical analysis, IMAI Shinobu, Kyoto University Linguistic Research,22: 119-135, 2003.12, Papers(In Japanese)

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