YAMAOKA Masaki

     Soka University

     Publicationsichronologicallyj                                                                                        Japanese

  


Last Update
@Jul/10/2016


Books

2015/Dec/1@Cross-cultural Understanding and Japanese Language Teaching, edit by CHO Ka-BiniCo-authorsj, Higher Education Publishers, Peking, China

 

2010/Feb/11 Communication and Considerate Expressions „Ÿ„Ÿ An Introduction to Japanese Pragmatics, Meiji-Shoin, Tokyo, Japan iCo-authorsFYAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu, ONO Masakij

 

2009/Dec/25 A Study of Japanese Verbs and Beyond, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, Beijing, China iCo-editorsFZHANG Wei, YAMAOKA Masakij

 

2008/Jun/25 The Theory of Speech Function, Kurosio Publishers, Tokyo, Japan

 

2004/Mar/1@ Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, No.5, Peking University and Soka University iCo-authorsj, Beijing, China

 

2000/Oct/15@Predicate and Setence Function in Japanese (Frontier Series 13),@Kurosio Publishers, Tokyo, Japan@
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2004/Dec/15@Japanese Basic Reader: Nihongo 2nd Step, kRevised Editionl Hakuteisha, Tokyo, Japan@
1995/Jan/10@New Feeling Intermediate Japanese@kNihongo 2nd Step for Korial, Sisa Japanese Publishing House, Seoul, Republic of Koria
1993/Aug/1 @Japanese Readings for Progress@kNihongo 2nd Step for Taiwanl@Daxin Publishers, Taibei, Taiwan@

1993/Apr/20@Japanese Basic Reader: Nihongo 2nd Step, Hakuteisha, Tokyo, Japan@iCo-authorsFISHIKAWA Keiko, YAMAMOTO Tadayuki, SUZUI Nobuyuki, YAMAOKA Masakij


Academic Papers

2016/Jun/5   The Assertion of Possibility and the Interpersonal Consideration on kamosirenai, Subjectivity in Language: Interface between Cognition and Politeness, Chapter 8, edit by ONO Masaki, LI Qi-Nan, 133-150, Kurosio Publishers, Tokyo, Japan

 

2016/Mar/1  A Study on the Conventionalization of Considerate Expressions and the Loss of Original Sense, The Research Papers of Japanese Communication, Vol.5, 1-9, The Japanese Communication Workshop

 

2015/Dec/5@The Definition of Considerate Expressions as Conventionalized Politeness, Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the Pragmatic Society of Japan, Vol.10, 315-318, The Pragmatic Society of Japan

 

2015/Dec/1@Contrastive Study on Considerate Expressions and Japanese Language Teaching, Cross-cultural Understanding and Japanese Language Teaching, edit by CHO Ka-Bin, 216-231, Higher Education Publishers, Peking, China

 

2015/Mar/20@To Establish the Method for the Description of Considerate Expressions in Modern Japanese: As Basic Theory on the Construction of the Data-Base of Considerate Expressions, The Research Papers of Japanese Communication, Vol.4, 57-63, The Japanese Communication Workshop

 

2015/mar/16@An Inquiry of Humanology(7): What does gTo Believeh Mean for Human?, Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.8, 95-114, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2014/Mar/20  A Study of the Interrelation between Sentence Function and Aspect: Focusing on teiru of Canceling Person Restriction, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.24, 27-40, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2014/Feb/1@A Study of the Interrelation between Sentence Function and Aspect: Focusing on the Interpretation of -teiru form of Verbs, The Research Papers of Japanese Communication, Vol.3, 1-8, The Japanese Communication Workshop

 

2013/Mar/16@An Inquiry of Humanology(6): Brain Death, Organ Transplant and the Dignity of Life (Chapter 2),  Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.6, 61-80, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2012/Nov/30  The Study on the Bilateral Force of gInterrogative Expressionsh,@ The Research Papers of Japanese Communication, Vol.2, 69-78, The Japanese Communication Workshop

 

2012/Mar/16@An Inquiry of Humanology(5): Brain Death, Organ Transplant and the Dignity of Life (Chapter 1), Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.5, 39-53, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2011/Dec/25@A Case Study of Translating Nichiren's Writings into Current Japanese(6): Translations of the Quotations from Principal Mahayana Sutras, Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy, No.27, 22-48, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2011/Oct/15 The Contrastive Study on the Speech Function of to omow-u Constructions, The Research Papers of Japanese Communication, Vol.1, 93-102, The Japanese Communication Workshop

 

2011/Mar/16@An Inquiry of Humanology(4): The Strategy of Mapping from Subjectivity to Objectivity, Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.4, 57-69, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2010/Mar/16@An Inquiry of Humanology(3): On the Humansf Subjectivity, Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.3, 1-14, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2009/Dec/25 Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Mimetic Words with g-suruh, by YAMAOKA Masaki & OTSUKA Nozomi, A Study of Japanese Verbs and Beyond, 124-134, Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, Beijing, China

 

2009/Jun/1@The Discourse Function of g-kamoshirenaih, by ONO Masaki, YAMAOKA Masaki, & MAKIHARA Tsutomu,  Studies in Linguistic Theory on Chinese and Japanese, 26-37, Xueyuan Publishers, Beijing, China

 

2009/Jun/1@The Diffusion of Study Resource and language examination, by MAKIHARA Tsutomu, YAMAOKA Masaki, & ONO Masaki,  Studies in Linguistic Theory on Chinese and Japanese, 55-63, Xueyuan Publishers, Beijing, China

 

2009/Mar/16 An Inquiry of Humanology(2): On The Definition of Human (First), Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.2, 109-125, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2008/Sep/1@The Semantic Structure of gtochuuh,@ by YAMAOKA Masaki & LI Qi-Nan, Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Tsinghua University, 144-154, Beijing, China

 

2008/May/1@The Considerate Expressions for Complaint on Daily Conversation, by YAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu & ONO Masaki, Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Peking University, No.8, 448-456, Xueyuan Publishers, Beijing, China

 

2008/Mar/20 A History of Speech Function Theory, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.18, 49-64, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2008/Mar/16 An Inquiry of Humanology(1): The Genealogy and the Methodology, Collected Papers of the Humanities, Vol.1, 59-74, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

 

2007/Dec/1  A Contrastive Study of Apology Expression in Japanese and Chinese, by YAMAOKA Masaki & LI Qi-Nan, Japanese and Chinese „Ÿ„ŸThe System and Performance of both languages, Co-Memorial Thesis for cerebrating sixtieth birthday of Prof. MURAKI Shinjiro, 224-236, Xueyuan Publishers, Beijing, China

2007/Mar/20  The Comparison between Speech Act and Speech Function (Japanese Version), Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.17, 1-21, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan


2006/Dec/20
@A Case Study of Translating Nichiren's Writings into Current Japanese(5): On the Translation of Tadashi, by YAMAOKA Masaki & YAGINUMA Masahiro, Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy, No.22, 57-81, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2006/Nov/1  The Comparison between Speech Act and Speech Function, International Journal of Pragmatics, Vol.16, 29-45, Pragmatics Association of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

2006/Mar/20  The Principle of the Speech Function Theory, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.16, 1-17, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan


2005/Dec/20@A Case Study of Translating Nichiren's Writings into Current Japanese(4): On the Translation of Quotation from The Lotus Sutra, by YAMAOKA Masaki & YAGINUMA Masahiro, Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy, No.21, 33-53, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2004/Dec/20@A Case Study of Translating Nichiren's Writings into Current Japanese(3): On the Translation from Buddhism Terms to General Words, by YAMAOKA Masaki & YAGINUMA Masahiro, Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy, No.20, 45-75, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2004/Mar/20
@Present Status of Studies on Japanese Considerate Expressions, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.14, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2004/Mar/1
@A Contrastive Study of Request Expression in Japanese and Chinese, by YAMAOKA Masaki & LI Qi-Nan, Studies in Japanese Language and Culture, Peking University and Soka University, No.5, Xueyuan Publishers, Beijing, China

2003/Dec/25
@A Case Study of Translating Nichiren's Writings into Current Japanese(2): On Supplements to the Original Text, Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy, No.19, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan


2003/Mar/20
@Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Possible Verbs, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.13, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2002/Dec/25
@A Case Study of Translating Nichiren's Writings into Current Japanese(1):A Shift from the Japanese Reading of Chinese Character to Current Japanese, Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy, No.18, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2002/Mar/20
@Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Affective Descriptive Verbs, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.12, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2002/Jan/22
@Principles of the functional syllabus in Japanese Intermediate Textbook(3)„Ÿ„ŸBetween Non-Kanji Verbs and Directives, Quality Japanese Studies and Japanese Language Education in Kanji-Using Areas in the New Century: by Society of Japanese Language Education, Hong-Kong, China

2000/Dec/29@Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Value Verbs,  in KUSANAGI Yutaka ed. Vocabulary and Grammar of Modern Japanese, Kurosio Publishers, Tokyo, Japan

2000/Oct/1
@Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Relative Verbs, Japanese Linguistics, No.8, The National Language Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan

2000/Jul/1  Principles of the functional syllabus in Japanese Intermediate Textbook(2)
„Ÿ„ŸOn the multi-functionality of the Predicate Verb "ar-"„Ÿ„Ÿ, Essays in the 1st International Conference on Japanese Studies, Taiwan-Japan Relations and Japanese Education, Chinese Culture University, Department of Japanese Language and Literature Graduate Institute of Japanese Studies, Taibei, Taiwan

2000/Mar/20
@Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Affective Transition Verbs, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.10, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan


1999/Jun/30
@Vocabulary and Grammatical Features of Attribute Verbs, Kokugogaku(Studies in the Japanese Language), No.197, Kokugo Gakkai(The Society for the Study of Japanese Language, Tokyo, Japan

1999/Jun/25
@Morphology of Predicate on Japanese\\with special reference to tense affix\\, Bulletin of Literature and Education, No.37, Association of Literature and Education, Tokyo, Japan

1999/Mar/20
@The Grammatical features of Expressive Verbs, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.9, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1999/May/1@Utterance Function and Illocutionary Act, Soka University Jinbun-Ronsyu(Studies in Humanities), No.11, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1998/Mar/20@On the Global Propulsion of Japanese Language Teaching on Tenri-kyo, Studies in Comparative Culture, Vol.15, The Institute for Comparative Studies of Culture, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1998/Mar/20@The classification and Vocabulary of Verbal Expressives, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.8, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1997/Mar/20@Spaces to which attributed Experiences and Problems of Adjectival Sentencei3j, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.7, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1996/Mar/20@Spaces to which attributed Experiences and Problems of Adjectival Sentencei2j, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.6, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1995/Dec/25@Paradigm on First Person\\Perspective to Humanology, Memorial Thesis on the 25th Anniversary, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1995/May/29@Functional Syllabus on Introduction to Volitional Expressions, Japanese Language Education in South China, Proceedings of the International Conference held at the University of Macau, Macau

1995/May/26@Modality of Subordinate Clause, in NITTA Yoshio ed. Studies of Complex Sentence, Kurosio Publishers, Tokyo, Japan

1995/Mar/20@Spaces to which attributed Experiences and Problems of Adjectival Sentencei1j, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.8, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1994/Oct/1@Empathy and Person on Benefactive Constructions, Language Literature and Japanese Education, Co-Memorial Thesis for Prof. MORINO Muneaki, Sanseido, Tokyo, Japan

1994/Mar/20@Meaning of Adjectival Sentence and Subjectivity of Perception, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.8, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1993/Jul/10@Agent and Beneficiary on Benefactive Constructions, Co-Memorial Thesis of Japanese Linguistics for Dr. KOMATSU Hideo, Sanseido, Tokyo, Japan

1993/May/20@Expression Asking Emotion and the Theory which Attributes Information to Mental Space, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.8, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1992/Jul/15@Presentation of Sentence Patterns of Volitional Expressions, Journal of Japanese Language Teaching, No.77, The Society for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language, Tokyo, Japan

1991/Jul/5  The Distinction between Mental Spaces to which Attributes Experiences in Japanese Adjectival Expressions, Proceedings of the the 8th Conference, 30-31, Japanese Cognitive Science Society, Tokyo, Japan

1991/Mar/30 Pragmatic Value of MIO Isago's "BA (situation of utterance)", Bulletin of Institute of Japanese Language, No.5, 15-22, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1991/Mar/20  Basic Study on the Theory which Attributes Information to Mental Space and Person Category in Pragmatics, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.8, 12-23, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

1990/Jan/31  Benefactive Constructions and Request in Japanese, Studies in Language and Literature, No.17, 19-33, Institute of Literature and Linguistics, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan

1989/May/31 Between Speech Act Theory and Modality, Tsukuba Working Papers in Linguistics, No.8, 16-28, Linguistic Circle, The University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan

1989/Mar/20  On the Communication of Deictic Information in Conversations in which Ellipsis Occurs, Journal of Japanese Language Teaching, No.67, 99-110, The Society for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language, Tokyo, Japan

1988/Dec/30  On Pseudo-Command Sentence, Japanese Language and Literature, No.10, 11-19, The Society of Japanese Language and Literature, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan

1988/May/1   On the Concept of gBA(situation of utterance)", Tsukuba Working Papers in Linguistics, No.6/7, 41-66, Linguistic Circle, The University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan


Reviews

2015/Mar/31@Review: Speech Acts and The Theory of Regulation by KUBO Susumu, Studies in Pragmatics, No.16, 67-76, The Pragmatics Society of Japan, Osaka, Japan

2010/Feb/11 Self Review: Communication and Considerate Expressions „Ÿ„Ÿ An Introduction to Japanese Pragmatics, by YAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu, ONO Masaki, Japanese Linguistics, Vol29. No.4, 41, Meiji-Shoin, Tokyo, Japan

2005/Jul/1   Review: Benefactive Constructions in Japanese: te-yaru, te-kureru, te-morawu no Bumpo by YAMADA Toshihiro, Nihongo no Kenkyu (Studies in the Japanese Language), Vol.1, No.3, Nihongo Gakkai (The Society for Japanese Linguistics), Tokyo, Japan

2005/Mar/20   Review: Japanese Expressions which include Problems ed. by KITAHARA Yasuo, Studies in Japanese Language and Japanese Literature, No.15, Soka University, Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan

2004/Dec/1  kLanguage-Zone ƒΏlThe Introduction to Pragmatics of Japanese by KATO Shigehiro, The Monthly Language, Vol.33 No.12, Taishukan, Tokyo, Japan

2004/May/31@Review: Aspects of Adverbial Expressions by NITTA Yoshio, Journal of Japanese Grammar, Vol.4,No.1, The Society of Japanese Grammar, Kurosio publishers, Tokyo, Japan

1997/Jul/1@Review: A Dictionary of Japanese Language Learners' Errors by ICHIKAWA Yasuko, The Monthly Nihongo, Vol.10 No.7, Alc, Tokyo, Japan


Presentations at International Conferences   (›representative)

2016/Jun/5@@The Analysis of the word epolitef in Japanese, English, Chinese, Ninth International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese, at San Francisco State University, USA  (›ONO Masaki, LI Qi-nan, YAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu)

2016/Jun/4@@On Blame Speeches, Ninth International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese, at San Francisco State University, USA  (YAMAOKA Masaki, ›LI Qi-nan, MAKIHARA Tsutomu, ONO Masaki)

2014/Mar/22@ To Establish the Method for the Description of Considerate Expressions in Modern Japanese: As Basic Theory on the Construction of the Data-Base of Considerate Expressions, @Eighth International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese, at , National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan  (›YAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu, ONO Masaki)

2012/Apr/28  The horizon of Considerate Expressions, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The Invited Lecture in the 2012 Spring Conference i16thj at Waseda University, Tokyo

2011/Mar/4@gContrastive Study on Speech Function of "to omow-" Structureh@Seventh International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese, at San Francisco State University, USA  (›YAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu, ONO Masaki, LI Qi-nan)

2009/Nov/27 gA New Current in Studies of Considerate Expressionsh, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The Invited Lecture@at Peking University, Beijing, China

2009/Nov/27 gThe Basis of Studies on Japanese Linguistics „Ÿ„Ÿwith special reference to Considerate Expressionsh, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The Invited Lecture at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

2008/Oct/11@The Grammatical Function of gMimetic Words suruh, by YAMAOKA Masaki & ›OTSUKA Nozomi, The International Forum on Japanese Linguistics, at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

2008/Mar/24 gThe Adverbs as Considerate expressionsh, by ›YAMAOKA Masaki, MAKIHARA Tsutomu, & ONO Masaki, Sixth International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese, at San Francisco State University, San Francisco, USA

2007/Sep/1  The Discourse Function of g-kamoshirenaih, by ›ONO Masaki, YAMAOKA Masaki, & MAKIHARA Tsutomu, The International Symposium on Japan Studies,@at Peking University, Beijing, China

2007/Sep/1@The Diffusion of Study Resource and language examination, by ›MAKIHARA Tsutomu, YAMAOKA Masaki, & ONO Masaki, The International Symposium on Japan Studies,@at Peking University, Beijing, China

2006/May/28@The Semantic Structure of gtochuuh,@ by YAMAOKA Masaki  & ›LI Qi-Nan, The International Forum on Japanese Language and Culture, at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

2006/Mar/4@gThe Expressions which attribute benefit in Speech Functional Theoryh, by YAMAOKA Masaki,@Fifth International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese, at San Francisco State University, San Francisco, USA

2006/Feb/13@gThe Function of Language in Communicationh, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The Special Lecture at the Japanese Language Program, at Soka University of America, Aliso Viejo, USA

2000/Nov/21@Principles of the functional syllabus in Japanese Intermediate Textbook(3)„Ÿ„ŸBetween Non-Kanji Verbs and Directives, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The International Symposium of the Japanese Studies Program, at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong-Kong, China

2000/Mar/21  Principles of the functional syllabus in Japanese Intermediate Textbook(2)„Ÿ„ŸOn the multi-functionality of the Predicate Verb "ar-", by YAMAOKA Masaki, The 1st International Conference on Japanese Studies, Taiwan-Japan Relations and Japanese Education, at Chinese Culture University, Taibei, Taiwan

1995/Apr/8@The Grammar to Rethink Japanese Language, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The Lectures for Japanese Language Teaching, Niigata City International Exchange Foundation, Niigata, Japan

1994/May/14
@Functional Syllabus on Introduction to Volitional Expressions, by YAMAOKA Masaki, The International Conference on Japanese Language Education in South China, at University of Macau, Macau


Contributions to Magazines

2012/Jul/1@Is Japanese More Difficult than Foreign Languages? , The Hopeful Newspaper for girls and boys, issued on 2012/7/1ieveryonefs questionsj, The Seikyo Shimbun, Tokyo, Japan

2008/Apr/10 The Contemporary Uses of Terms by Low-Teen ages, Todai, 2008 No.5, Daisanbunmei-sha, Tokyo, Japan

2004/Nov/1  special issue32FThe Diversification of Utterance Function in Verbal Volitional Form -yoo
@@@@@@@   special issue34FThe Function of -ba to omowimasu as an Application of Conditional Expression
@@@@@@@   special issue46FThe Form and Consideration of  Apology Expressions
The 400th Anniversary Special Issue: The Inspections of Japanese
qThe Strange Expressions in Correct Japaneser, The Monthly Language, Vol.33 No.11, Taishukan, Tokyo, Japan


Writing Items of Dictionaries

2014/Jul/10@The Dictionary for Japanese Grammar, ed.by The Society of Japanese Grammar, Taishukan, Tokyo, Japan

 

2002/Dec/10@The Meikyo Japanese Dictionary, ed.by KITAHARA Yasuo, Taishukan, Tokyo, Japan

1993/May/10@The AOTS Nihongo Dictionary for Practical Use, ed. by TAMAMURA Fumio, 3A Network Corporation, Tokyo, Japan

1990/Feb/15@New Japanese Dictionary for School Children@ed. by SHIBATA Takeshi, Kyoiku-Dojin-sha, Tokyo, Japan


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To: Department of the Japanese Language and Literature HP
To: Masaki YAMAOKA's HP: Index