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Researcher Information

last modified:2021/10/25

Associate Professor OE Motoki

Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Letters, Institute of Human and Social Sciences

College and School Educational Field

Division of International Studies, Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environmental Studies
Japanese Studies Course, School of International Studies, College of Human and Social Sciences

Laboratory

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
University of Tsukuba 201403 Completed

Career

Kanazawa University Institute of Human and Social Sciences, Faculty of Letters(2016/03-2021/02)
University of Tsukuba Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences(2014/04-2016/02)
(2011/04-2014/03)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

THE SOCIETY OF JAPANESE GRAMMAR
THE SOCIETY FOR JAPANESE LINGUISTICS
PRAGMATICS SOCIETY OF JAPAN
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF THE SOCIOLINGUISTIC SCIENCES
THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

Award

THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN
THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN
THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN
THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

Specialities

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Speciality Keywords

Grammar,Discourse,Communication

Research Themes

How is grammar discourse-dependent?

Books

Papers

  •  When and How is Left-Dislocation Used in Japanese? Oe Motoki,Iseki Yuriko,Suzuki Ayaka The Japanese Journal of Language in Society 23 1 226 2020/09 
  •  “Kyo Shokai-suru Shohin-wa Kochira. Saishinusugataterebi!”: The Formulaic Sequence to Introduce a Topic to be in the Spotlight OE Motoki Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan 15 17 2020/06
  •  Discourse and Syntactic Features of Repetition Sentences with Adjective Root Form OE Motoki Studies in the Japanese Language 15 2 52 2019/08 
  •  Consideration on subdivisions of iteration in Japanese Oe Motoki 11 67 2019/03 
  •  NODA Usage Patterns in Conversation : A Comparison of Japanese Native Speakers and Foreign Learners OE Motoki Journal of Japanese and Chinese Linguistics and Japanese Language Teaching 11 11 91 2018/10 

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  •  GA and DA as Final Particles in Modern Common Japanese OE Motoki Journal of Japanese Grammar 18 2 76 2018/09 
  •  The principle of using potential markers in Japanese and Chinese Oe Motoki 10 17 2018/03 
  •  Reconsideration of Kanto-joshi in Comparison with Shu-joshi 大江 元貴 語用論研究 19 90 2017/03 
  •  A Study on Evaluative Interpretation of Exclusive 'Toritate' Particles: Focusing on Their Syntagmatic Positions and Pragmatic Processes Oe Motoki 筑波応用言語学研究 22 11 2015/12 
  •  What Type of Evaluation Does "Taro no Baka!" Express? : An Analysis in Terms of Speaker's Mental Processes and Speech Acts 8 8 73 2015/10 
  •  A Study of Japanese Potential Expressions with Inanimate Subjects and Non-intentional Verbs Oe Motoki 文藝言語研究. 言語篇 66 1 2014/10 
  •  A Study on Chinese Potential Sentences with Auxiliary Verb "Hui" and Japanese Potential Sentences with Ni-marked Subject 大江 元貴 日中言語対照研究論集 = Comparative studies in Japanese and Chinese 17 72 2015/05 
  •  Chinese Potential Markers Neng, Hui and Keyi : An Analysis Focusing on Powers Shaping "Potential" Oe Motoki 文藝言語研究. 言語篇 67 41 2015/03 
  •  A Cognitive and Pragmatic Analysis of –Gachida and –Yasui: How the Two Forms Differ OE, Motoki KLS Proceedings 33 25 2013/06
  •  The cognitive construal in expressions of difficulty in Japanese and Chinese: Japanese “nikui/zurai” and Chinese “rongyi/hao” OE, Motoki KLS Proceedings 30 25 2010/06

Conference Presentations

Others

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○2023「独立語文と述語文の連続性に関する文法・談話・韻律の多角的研究」(2020-2023) 
○「パブリックスピーキングにおける「説得」のマルチモーダル分析」(2019-2021) 
○「日中英の可能・難易構文の認知論的・語用論的研究ー叙述モードに基づく分析ー」(2011-2013) 

Competitive research funding,Contribution

Collaborative research,Consignment study

Classes (Bachelors)

○Japanese Language Structure B(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure A(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology B2(2020)
○Vocabulary and Meaning of Japanese 2(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology A2(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology B4(2020)
○Special Lecture of Japanology 2(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology A4(2020)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A2(2020)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 2(2020)
○Special Lecture of Japanology 1(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology A1(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology B3(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology B1(2020)
○Vocabulary and Meaning of Japanese 1(2020)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A1(2020)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 1(2020)
○Special Lecture of Japanology(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2020)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A(2020)
○Vocabulary and Meaning of Japanese(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2020)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese(2020)
○Seminar in Japanology A3(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure A2(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure A1(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure B2(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure B1(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure B(2020)
○Japanese Language Structure A(2020)
○Japanese Linguistics(2020)
○Freshman Seminar I(2020)
○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2020)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology B2(2019)
○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology B4(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology B3(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology A2(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology A1(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology B1(2019)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 2(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology A4(2019)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 1(2019)
○Seminar in Japanese Linguistics A(2019)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A(2019)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A2(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2019)
○Freshman Seminar I(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology A3(2019)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A1(2019)
○Seminar in Japanology A2(2018)
○Seminar in Japanology A(2018)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A(2018)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese(2018)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2018)
○Seminar in Japanese Linguistics A(2018)
○Freshman Seminar I(2018)
○Seminar in Japanology A3(2018)
○Seminar in Japanology A1(2018)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 2(2018)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A2(2018)
○Seminar in Japanology A4(2018)
○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2018)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 1(2018)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A1(2018)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 1(2017)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese(2017)
○Characters and Notation in Japanese 2(2017)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2017)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A1(2017)
○Seminar in Japanology A(2017)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A2(2017)
○Freshman Seminar I(2017)
○Seminar in Japanology A(2017)
○Seminar in Japanology A(2017)
○Seminar in Japanese Linguistics A(2017)
○Seminar in Japanology B(2017)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A(2017)
○Japanese Linguistics from A Language Teaching Perspective A(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Lecture on Modern Japanese a(2020)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese b(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese b(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese a(2020)
○Study in Modern Japanese I2(2020)
○Study in Modern Japanese I1(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese I1(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese I2(2020)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese Ib(2020)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIa(2020)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIb(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese IIa(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese Ib(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese Ia(2020)
○Seminar in Modern Japanese IIb(2020)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese Ia(2020)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIa(2019)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIb(2019)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIb(2018)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIa(2018)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIb(2017)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIa(2017)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese III(2016)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIa(2016)
○Lecture on Modern Japanese IIIb(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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