KOGUMA Takeshi

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Title

Professor

Research Fields, Keywords

Cognitive Linguistics

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • University of Shiga Prefecture  School of Human Cultures  Depertment of Interculutural Communication  Professor   2016.04 - Now

  • University of Shiga Prefecture  School of Human Cultures  Depertment of Interculutural Communication  Associate Professor   2014.04 - 2016.03

Academic Society Affiliations 【 display / non-display

  • the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association

  • The Linguistic Society of Japan

  • The English Linguistic Society of Japan

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Anchoring Speaker: A Conceptual Account of a Copula Distinction in Tibetan with Related Phenomena in Japanese, English & Mongolian

    Takeshi KOGUMA, Katsunobu IZUTSU

    滋賀県立大学人間文化学部  『人間文化』  (42)   2 - 7  2017.03

    Joint Work  Joint(The main charge)

  • A preliminary examination of linguistic typology centered at event conception: with a primary reference to reflexive beneficiary-subject constructions

     (39)   43 - 47  2015.10

    Single Work  

  • Favorable and Unfavorable Effects: A Typology of Benefactive and Adversative Constructions in Japanese, Korean, and Ainu

    Katsunobu IZUTSU

    CSLI Publications  Language and the Creative Mind   119 - 136  2014.02

    Joint Work  Joint(The vice charge)

  • A Cognitive Approach to Nominative/Genitive Conversion in Japanese

    Takeshi KOGUMA

    CSLI Publications  Meaning, Forms & Body   129 - 147  2010.01

    Single Work  

  • A Typological Implication from Nominative/Genitive Conversion in Japanese

    Takeshi Koguma

     Journal of Japanese Language & Culture  14   19 - 39  2009.04

    Single Work  

  • Coreferential Reference- point/Target Alternation in Japanese: What Makes X-no Y Replace Y-no X under the Same Intended Interpretation? How do their Designations Differ?

    Takeshi KOGUMA

    Hokkaido Linguistics Society  JHL (Journal of Hokkaido Linguistics)  (3)   41 - 54  2004

    Single Work  

  • Cognitive Salience and Occurrence of Time-referring Prepositions

    Takeshi KOGUMA

    関西言語学会  『KLS (Proceedings of Kansai Linguistic Society)』  (17)   186 - 196  1997

    Single Work  

  • Cognitive Analysis on the Structure of "S+MAKE+NP+NP"

    Takeshi KOGUMA

    関西言語学会  『KLS (Proceedings of Kansai Linguistic Society) 』  (15)   153 - 163  1995

    Single Work  

  • How to cooperate with Assistant English Teachers

    Takeshi KOGUMA

     『石川県立小松工業高等学校紀要』  (7)   20 - 30  1992

    Single Work  

Books 【 display / non-display

  • Dictionary of English Lexical Polysemy

     1103p  2007.03

    Dictionary/Encycropedia  Contributor

Conferences 【 display / non-display

  • Converb construction headed by a verb of mental process “see” in Japanese and Korean: Tentativeness attenuation in hypotactic and paratactic environments

    ALSFAL XIV (2018)  2018.10

  • How to alert the addressee: the speech event conception underlying apprehensive markers and expression

    51st Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE 2018)  2018.09

  • Future Event Reference: where evidentiality, modality, and mirativity intersect

    Seoul National University International Conference on Linguistics (2018 SNU)  2018.06

  • Case-marking idiosyncrasy in subordination: the Japanese dative ni and beyond

    International Conference on Asian Linguistics (ICAL2016)  2016.12

  • ‘Do and see/hear’: Speech-event conceptions behind the discourse-pragmatic characteristics of the converb construction in Japanese, Korean, and Ainu

    International Conference on Asian Linguistics (ICAL2016)  2016.12

  • Different partitioning in the stage-based model of speech event: With contrastive reference to deictic expressions for topic entities in Japanese and Korean conversations

    High Desert Linguistics Society (HDLS) Conference  2016.11

  • Two Types of Anchoring Speakers: A Conceptual Account of a Copula Distinction in Tibetan

    10th International Conference of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics (AELCO2016)  2016.10

  • A Blending Approach to Constructionally-motivated Dative ni in Japanese

    Japanese International Workshop on Cognitive Grammar and Usage-Based Linguistics Osaka University  2016.06

  • Usage-based motivation for and against blending: causative/passive and benefactive/ malefactive interactions in Japanese

    International Workshop on Cognitive Grammar and Usage-Based Linguistics Osaka University  2016.06

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Other external funds procured 【 display / non-display

  • A Possible Correlation between Linguistic Typologies of Subjectivity and Verb/Satellite-framed Languages: With Special Reference to Contact Verb Constructions

      2011.04 - 2014.03

  • Relative Clause Constructions : A Contrastive study of Japanese and Korean

      2007.04 - 2010.03

  • Nominative/Genitive Conversion : toward a cognitive typology

      2005.04 - 2007.03