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last modified:2021/04/16

Professor SAIKI Mariko

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Faculty, Affiliation

Organization of Global Affairs Organization of Global Affairs
Professor

College and School Educational Field

Division of Humanities, Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environmental Studies

Laboratory

Organization of Global Affairs TEL:076-264-5527 FAX:076-234-4043

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Stanford University Doctor Graduate School of Letters and Sciences Linguistics 198706 Completed
【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Sophia University Department of English 198203
【Degree】
Doctor of Philosophy
Bachelor of Arts

Career

Kanazawa University College of Liberal Arts(1987/04/01-1996/03/31)
Kanazawa University International Student Center(2003/04/01-)
Kanazawa University Faculty of Education(1996/04/01-2003/03/31)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

Society for Icelandic Studies of Japan
Society for Icelandic Studies of Japan
Japan Association for International Student Education

Sophia University Linguistics Sciety
Japanese-German Society Ishikawa
Society for Icelandic Studies of Japan

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Specialities

Linguistics、English as a Second Language

Speciality Keywords

Theoretical Linguistics, Language-Music Interface, Foreign Language Education(esp. TOEFL Preparation)

Research Themes

Books

Papers

  •  Object of Bei in Mandarin Chinese? 金沢大学教育学部紀要、人文科学・社会科学編 50 29-39 2001/02
  •  Identifying Pyongko: Where Linguistics and Musicology Meet Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Kanazawa University, Humanities and Socia 52 2003/03
  •  Melody, Rhythm, and Prosodic Structure in Linguistic Chants Architectures, Rules, and Preferences 2007/07
  •  Politeness Grammar: Analysis of the Evaluating Concepts of Communicative Behavior in Japanese and Korean 9  1-19 2006/03
  •  Contrast and Preservation of Linguistic Prominence in Vocative Chant Young-mee Yu Cho Proceedings of the 2004 LSK International Conference 2  31-32 2004/07

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  •  Preservation of Lexical Prominence in Vocative Chant Young-mee Yu Cho 2008/12
  •  Qualities of Global Talent: Communication Skills of TOBITATE!Grantees Mariko Saiki Abstract Proceedings of Scholar Summit 2017 264 2017/10/10
  •  Realization of Contrastive Stress in Folk Melodies of the World Mariko Saiki Abstract Proceedings of the 1st Asian Researcher Symposium 26 2016/04/25
  •  Resolving Conflicts of Prominence in Music and Speech 13 11-22 2009/03
  •  Resolving Conflicts of Prominence in Music and Speech Current Issues in Unity and Diversity of Languages 2009/02
  •  Resolving Conflicts of Prominence in Music and Speech Program & Abstracts of the 6th International Contrastive Linguistics Conference 162 2010/10
  •  An Analysis of the Passive in Japanese: Where Does the Indirect Passive in Japanese Come from? Proceedings of the First LFG Conference 1996/08
  •  Suppression of Arguments within Passive Predicates in Japanese Proceedings of Sophia University Linguistic Society 11 113-132 1996
  •  The Tough Construction in Japanese 28 2  91-115 1991
  •  Verbal Nouns in Korean and Japanese Young-mee Yu Cho II  434-442 1987
  •  A New Look at Japanese Relative Clauses: A Lexical Functional Grammar Approach XIX  219-230 1986
  •  On the Coordination of Gapped Constituent in Japanese Papers from the 21st Regional Meeting of Chicago Linguistic Society 371-387 1985
  •  The Underlying Representation of the Tough Construction in English Proceedings of the 12th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation 357-362 1998/02
  •  Complementation within the Bei Construction in Mandarin Chinese Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Kanazawa University, Humanities and Socia 48 1-14 1999/02
  •  The Dative in Modern Icelandic: Exploration of the Semantic Genotype of the Dative in Natural Languages Proceedings of the 13th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation 87-94 1999/02
  •  Notes on the Semantics of the Dative in Modern Icelandic 金沢大学教育学部紀要、人文科学・社会科学編 49 1-16 2000/02

Conference Presentations

  • Qualities of Global Talent: Communication Skills of TOBITATE! Grantees(conference:Scholar Summit 2017 "Shaping the Better World")(2017/10/11)
  • Realization of Contrastive Stress in Folk Melodies of the World(conference:The 1st Asian Researcher Symposium:Asian Role in Sustanable World Development)(2016/04/27)

Others

  •  Writing Skill in Japanese of the International Students at Kanazawa University Toshio Nakada, Hideo Hosokawa 1990
  •  Leading Figures in Modern Linguistics 14, Joan W. Bresnan: A Born Grammarian Kazuyuki Yamamoto 21 2  89-95 1992//1
  •  An Analysis of the Passive in Japanese: A Preliminary Study towards the Clarification of the Thematic Role Theme College of Liveral Arts, Kanazawa University 33 2  21-50 1996
  •  Lexical-Functional Grammar 9  54-65 1997

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

○English Education from Primary School to College

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○2022「言語と音楽のインターフェイスの立場から、韓国3方言のプロソディーを探る」(2020-2022) 
○「多文化間ディスカッション授業におけるファシリテーション要素の研究」(2015-2018) 
○「言語と音楽の接点で何が起きているのか―新たな言語類型を求めて―」(2009-2011) 
○「ベトナム語の表層アクセントパターンを探る-となえうたの分析から-」(2012-2015) 
○「呼びかけチャントのメロディー形式を決定する言語と音楽の「バトル」」(2006-2006) 

Competitive research funding,Contribution

Collaborative research,Consignment study

Classes (Bachelors)

○Education in Japan / Quarter(2019)
○Japanese Japanese Affairs: Introductory 1 / Quarter(2019)
○Education in Japan(2019)
○Japanese Japanese Affairs: Introductory 2(2019)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2019)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2019)
○Family in Japan(2019)
○Japanese Japanese Affairs: Introductory 1(2019)
○International Communication in English B2(2019)
○International Communication in English B1(2019)
○English Seminar(2019)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2019)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2019)
○Independent Research (KUSDP)(2017)
○Japanese Japanese Affairs: Introductory 2(2017)
○Education in Japan(2017)
○English II(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2017)
○English Seminar(2017)
○English Seminar(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2017)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2017)
○Lecture on Life in Campus and Society(2017)
○Lecture on Life in Campus and Society(2016)
○English II(2016)
○English II(2016)
○English Seminar(2016)
○English Seminar(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes III(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes IV(2016)
○Family in Japan(2016)
○Education in Japan(2016)
○Japanese Affairs: Introductory I(2016)
○Japanese Affairs: Introductory II(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2016)
○English for Academic Purposes I(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○DEAi Program(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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