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TITLEAuthorHYOGEN KENKYUNo.YY/MM
How to think 'Expressions'Fumio Imai
Tadao Kabashima
Shigeru Kihara
Atsuyoshi Sakakura
Shigehiko Toyama
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
The form of the comings and goings of lettersSaburo MashimoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
The way of people and natureHouichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
The expression by ZEAMI(Japanese people)Shounosuke TaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
Expressions and subject mattersTetsuo TsukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
Rhetoric of expressionsTadashi YamaguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
A summary of society's establishmentHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
Fujitani's styleMasao TakeokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.11965/3
The questions of the notation"Term committee "HYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
Structure and function of NATSUME SOSEKIHideo OkadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
Members' recently worksShigehiko Toyama
Tetsuo Tsukahara
Hiroshi Hanibe
Sakae Arai
Noboru Matsuura
Kazuhiko Maruyama
Jirou Hirota
Kouson Kaneko
Shouichi Fujikake
Shinnichi Matsunaga
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
History of modern rhetoric.Kanji HatanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
The expressions of adjective parallel in the beginnings of FrenchYorio OotakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
My opinionKatsuo MorozumiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
My opinionTetsuya KunihiroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
My opinionSeitaroMaekawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
The second report of the regular meeting in NagoyaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
MATSUO's haikuMitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
Observation of a part of speechTadao KabashimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
Fujitani's view of expression processMasao TakeokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
Announce of a national convention.HYOGEN KENKYUNo.21965/4
A new rhetoric.Takashi NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1965/6
A style of rhetoric in the general publicAkiko JugakuHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1965/6
Expressions and stylesOoki HayashiHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1965/6
Expression diagram"Term committee "HYOGEN KENKYUextra number1965/6
Writing's basis fundamentalsHiroshiHanibeHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1965/6
Writing's pathologyYosihiko Nakano HYOGEN KENKYUextra number1965/6
How to read a booksHirosi KannoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
A general idea of expression structureTetsuyaKunihiroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
My thinking in these daysSaburo MashimoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
StyleAkiko JugakuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
The expression structure of GENJIFumio MiyagiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
A function of language expressionSeitaroMaekawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
Secure questions of writing historyOokiHayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
The second report of the regular meeting in NagoyaSubaru YamamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.31966/3
A diary's methodsTsunehisa ImutaHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
One sort of admire expressionAkira KuwataHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
A expressionYosinori TeramotoHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
Taxonomy of postpositional particleShinnichi MatsunagaHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
the expression of GENJI's outlineKeiji InagaHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
The mission of expression's comparative studyKatsuo MorozumiHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
Analyze writing and the interpretationHouichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
About taxonomy of writingShousou NagaoHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1966/5
Shakespeare William's expression techniqueNorio HiraiwaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
a principle of valueHIdeo IsogaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
Literature appreciation from the sides of the linguisticsShounoshin HaradaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
Postpositional particle's function in expressionsYosiyuki YamazakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
The value of expressionsSakae AraiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
A paragraph−logical side and rhetorical side−TetsuoTsukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
The third report of the regular meetingNoboru IshigaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.41966/8
Expressions of feminine beauty in literatureHouji Abe
Korehiro Anami
Saizou Yoshida
Minoru Shimada
Kouichi Fukushima
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
About expression structureHideo OkadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
About imagesSubaru YamamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
Expressions of feminine beautyShigeru KiharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
Explanatory expressionsTadaoKabashimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
The basics of expression's comparative studyTetsuyaKunihiroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
One composition of expression studyFumio ImaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
A form of writing and a paragraph structureAkira KuwataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.51967/1
One opinion of the relationship between expression and languageShousou NagaoHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1967/5
Increasing expressions in the beginnings of modern writingMotoi OnoHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1967/5
About the fourth personYutaka TachibanaHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1967/5
The difference between Japanese and English Yasuaki SuzukiHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1967/5
Richard's rhetoricShouichi FujikakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
Japanese and Chinese in modern writingMasazumi NegishiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
Union of self and natureMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
Expression study and rhetoricKanji HatanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
An object of expression studyShinnichi MatsunagaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
Composition and expression of complex adjectiveTetsuo Tsukahara
Nobuko kamio
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
The fourth report of the regular meetingHYOGEN KENKYUNo.61967/9
ParagraphHaruyuki TogawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.71968/2
Moistened land and thirsty landAtsuyoshi SakakuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.71968/2
Language's dimension and expression's dimensionFumio ImaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.71968/2
ParagraphShousou NagaoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.71968/2
The difference between Japanese and English Takashi NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.71968/2
How to study expressionShinnichi MatsunagaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.71968/2
Expression for information scienceTadao KabashimaHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1968/5
Questions from writer and from reading person in writingHisao NagataHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1968/5
One expression of MOKICHI's Japanese poem of thirty-one syllablesTomoe YamaneHYOGEN KENKYUextra number1968/5
OOKAGAMI's systemTakeshi MatsuuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
The approach to a meaning domainShinnichi MatsunagaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
Construction of meaningShouichi FujikakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
To the European contextMotoi KisakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
About the meaning of wordsReiichi HoriiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
A book reviewNobuyuki MotonaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
The meaning of sentenceTetsuya KunihiroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
Organized the meaning of writingFumio ImaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
The meaning of writingTetsuo TsukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
The meaning of writingKatsuo MorozumiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
The fifth report of the regular meeting虎三二 OshimiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.81968/9
ContextHaruyuki TogawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
Tureduregusa and MakasikanHizashi SuzukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
Hesse's poemTomoko YomogidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
One opinion about a simile language form and contrast Akira NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
The difference of Japanese Fumio TamamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
The meaning of sentence the meaning of writingMasao ShirakawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
The formation of context in the writingHiroshi HanibeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.91969/3
Construction Form of Meaning: Its Correspondence between Word, Sentence and Literary WorkNobuiti MatunagaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
Unconsciousness and ExpressionMasayosi NisidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
A Study of ContextKatuo MorozumiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
Some Concepts of 'Context' in Analyzing Written DiscourseMotoi OnoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
A Study of Context in the Aspect of IA and IPYosio IdoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
The Stream of the Sight - Reconsideration of English Prose StyleSadao SuzukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
William James' Tough-minded Philosophy and Tender-minded ContextKeiziro UnokiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
Effective Communication and the Problem of Style in Written EnglishItiro HiezimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
Chomsky's Linguistic TheoryNobuyuki HonnaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.101969/09
Expressions of "Exaggeration (夸飾) " in KokinwakasyuMasao TakeokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.111970/03
Construction Form of Meaning (continued) -Its Correspondence between Word, Sentence and Literary Work-Nobuiti MatunagaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.111970/03
Negative Expressions in Japanese and EnglishTosio MigamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.111970/03
Effective Communication and the Problem of Style in Written English -Questions on Hiezima's PaperKei NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.111970/03
New Definitions of Gengo, Kotoba, HyogenYonezi MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.111970/03
Opinions on Mori's ReportTetuo Tukahara, Tadao Kabasima, Reiiti Horii, Masao Takeoka, Minoru Sugiura, Sigeru Kihara, Takeaki Huzihira, Syonosin Harata, Bansuke Okado, Kosozi Osimi, Yosimasa MinatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.111970/03
Refrains in Modern Japanese PoetryEiiti TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.121970/09
Issa's Methods of HaikuKazuhiko MaruyamaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.121970/09
Akahito's RhetoricYosiyuki YamazakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.121970/09
Name Images in Tututmi-tyunagon-monogatariTetuo TukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.121970/09
Some Characteristic Features of the Negation in the Korean LanguageR. ChangHYOGEN KENKYUNo.121970/09
Comments on NegationTetuya Kunihiro, Akira Nakamura, Akira Kuwata, Morihide Akimoto, Kozo Komatu, Hisao Nagata, Kei Nakamura, Katuo MorozumiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.121970/09
THE SPECIAL NUMBER IN MEMORY OF PROF. S. MATSUNAGAHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
Treatment of TimeKozo KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
Notes on the Form of NarrationYutaka KuriharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
A Comparative Study between Japanese and English Expressions -On the Word-order of 'Phrases'-Toshio MikamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
Papers Read at the 7th Symposium :HYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
Negation in JapaneseYoshimasa MinatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
On the Indefiniteness of Negative ExpressionsMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
Negation in EnglishNobuyuki HonnaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.131971/03
On Lines in Poetical WorksYoneji MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
ON THE NATURE OF A POINT OF VIEW IN EXPRESSIONHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
Duality of a Point of View and its Syntactic IntegrationTetsuo TsukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
Mechanism of a Point of ViewSyoichi MorimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
Amalgamation of Points of ViewEiichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
Function of a Point of ViewFumio ImaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
Does a Point of View Exist in a Paragraph?Tadao KabashimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
An Interpretation, of a Difficult Passage in Makura-no-SoshiKoichi HiraiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
A Note on English Noun ModifiersYoshio IdoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
An Outline of English Case GrammarNobuyuki HonnaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
Metaphors in Heart of Darkness by J. ConradHiroharu SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.141971/09
How is the Depth of Expression Formed?Reiichi Horii
Morihide Akimoto
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.151972/03
Hojoki and OjoyoshuHisasi SuzukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.151972/03
Verbal Space and Techniques of EllipsisSeiichiro KawamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.151972/03
Notes on Point of ViewTakashi HasegawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.151972/03
On the Formation of "Deep" Meaning in SentencesMinoru Shinohara
Masumi Minowa
Akira Kuwata
Oki Hayashi
Tetsuo Tsukahara
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.161972/10
How People Interprete "hyogen no fukasa " Deep Meaning in SentencesAkira NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.161972/10
A Philosophical View of NegationKeijiro UnokiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.161972/10
Two Metaphorical Devices in "Beowulf"Koichi AmanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.161972/10
Goethe's View on Nature (1)Tomoko YomogidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.161972/10
[ On the Formation of Literature ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
From An Aesthetic StandpointKatsuo MorozumiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
Basho's Works As ExamplesManabu AkahaneHYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
On the Basis of WordsShonoshin HarataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
"A Point of View"Fumio ImaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
Goethe's View on Nature (2)Tomoko YomogidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
Japanese Teaching in IndonesiaYutaka TachibanaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.171973/03
[ On the Formation of Literature (Symposium) ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Concerning ContextTakeaki FujihiraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
In Goethe's FaustMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
One ProblemHideo IsogaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Chairman's ReportTsunetami KumeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Some RemarksMasayoshi NishidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Concerning the ImageKozo KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Speech and WritingShigehiko ToyamaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
On the "Deep" Meaning in SentencesHaruyuki TogawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Vocabulary and Its FormationNobuko KamioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.181973/09
Stylistic Characteristics of Falkner's "Stream of Consiousness" Junjiro TanimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.191974/03
Riichi Yokomitsu's Style: Its Formation and CharacteristicsSeitaro MaekawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.191974/03
America Symbolically Criticized from Jun-ichiro Tanizaki's Point of ViewKeijiro UnokiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.191974/03
On the Formation of Basho's Prose HatbunJiro HirotaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.191974/03
On StyleAkira Nakamura
Shigeru Kihara
Masazumi Negishi
Saburo Mashimo
Fumio Imai
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.201974/09
The Function of the Lines in a PoemYonezi MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.211975/03
On Rhythm in Waka (1)Michihiro ItoiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.211975/03
On Express-Formation in Our TimeSyonosin HarataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.211975/03
Syunzeikyo no Musume no Syu and SagoromomonogatariKoiti HiraiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.211975/03
On Express-FormationTetsuo Tsukahara
Oki Hayashi
Hiroshi Hanibe
Kosoji Oshimi
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.221975/09
Stylistic Peculiarities of Japanese Philosophical EssaysKeijiro UnokiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.221975/09
Process of Established Japanese Modern Ex-FormationMotoi KisakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.231976/03
On Rhythm in Waka (2)Michihiro ItoiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.231976/03
How to Decipher 'Sono Ko" in Akiko Yosano's WakaYutaka OnoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.231976/03
An Analysis of the Structure of "K's Ascension" or a Decipherment of "K's Ascension"Axel LangelandsenHYOGEN KENKYUNo.231976/03
Word-order and MeaningReiichi HoriiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.241976/09
The Acquisition of Word-order in InfantKatsutoshi ItoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.241976/09
Word-order in EnglishTeruhiro IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.241976/09
The Conversion of the Personal Pronouns of the First Person to the Second PersonKenji Tomosada
Kazuhiro Nakashima
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.241976/09
On Point of ViewYoneji Mori
Masazumi Negishi
Fumio Imai
Tomoichi Nagata
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.241976/09
An Educational Direction in the Japanese LanguageTomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.251977/03
A Study of Teaching Materials:an interpretation of literary worksNoboru IshigaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.251977/03
On 'kana (哉)' in Haiku PoemsMitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.251977/03
Logic in NovelsYutaka Kurihara HYOGEN KENKYUNo.251977/03
Expressions of 'Time' in Novels: concerning Virginia WoolfMineo OkamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.251977/03
On Historic PresentMichio OnoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.251977/03
On "Historical Present"Yoneji Mori
Eiichi Tanaka
Nakami Yamaguchi
Kozo Komatsu
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.261977/09
On the 36th Poem in ShinkoktnwakashuKayo FujitaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.261977/09
A New Approach to Japanese Grammar: On the Analysis of Sentence Structure and "Agent" CaseYoshio NittaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.261977/09
The Style of Juvenile StoriesTakashi EtsureHYOGEN KENKYUNo.261977/09
On "ya" in Haiku PoemsMitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.261977/09
Benedetto Croce's "science of expression"Isamu TaniguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.271978/03
Bilingual and Three Types of InterferencesMotofumi KobayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.271978/03
On Japanese Translation of Represented Speech:The Necessity of New Form of TranslationJunjiro TaniguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.271978/03
Problems of Express-formation in Japanese EducationTetsuo Tsukahara
Takashi Hasegawa
Masao Takeoka
Saburo Mashimo
Tomoichi Nagata
Shonoshin Harata
Minoru Shinohara
Shigenori Minote
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.271978/03
Why Is the Past Form Is Used in the Subjunctive?HYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
In JapaneseKozo Komatsu
Kan'ichi Hanzawa
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
In RussianSeikichi KishimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
In EnglishMasao IchinoseHYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
As ChairmanShigeru SatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
Benedetto Croce's "Science of Expression"Isamu TaniguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
Express-formation: Its Science and TeachingMinoru ShinoharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
Orthographic Instruction in KindergartenTadashi ShimodaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.281978/09
On R. Akutagawa's Okawa no mizuTsuguo SatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.291979/03
On K. Miyazawa's KussetsuritsuYasuo TakanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.291979/03
On "ya" in Haiku Poems (2)Mitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.291979/03
Bilingual and ValueMotofumi KobayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.291979/03
[Conversazione]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.291979/03
Context in European and JapaneseF. Imai, M. Negishi, T. Nagata, Y. MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.291979/03
Express-formation and DistanceHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
Its Fundamental AnalysisTetsuo TsukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
In Ancient WakaMorihide AkimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
In Communicative CaseMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
In PoemsYoneji MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
As ChairmanMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
Attitude for LanguageMasao TakeokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
Problems of Bilingualism in AmericaNobuyuki HonnaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.301979/09
The Expressional Structure of Ancient Narratives -"Narration" (katari) to "Story-telling" (Monogatari)Nobuko KamioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.311980/03
The Poetical Space Visualized by "Miwataseba"Kayo FujitaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.311980/03
The Practical Side of Teaching the Expressional Manner of Writings -Based on Imai's TheoryKozo KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.311980/03
One Method of Teaching Japanese Language in ChinaEiichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.311980/03
Child Speech -Special Interrogative Expressions of the Full Five Year Old StageTadashi ShimodaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.311980/03
Problems of Western Language Influence on Modern Japanese DiscourseMotoi Kisaka
Yasuo Hatanaka
Masazumi Negishi
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.321980/09
On Definition of 'Context'Haruyuki TogawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.321980/09
Between Metaphor and Literal MeaningMasaaki MiyakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.321980/09
Express-Formation in Saigyo's WakaShin'ichi NishimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.321980/09
Introduction to Haiku in GermanMasayuki FujitaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.321980/09
On 'ya'(や) in Haiku PoemMitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.321980/09
A Contribution to Linguistic Relativism -"Die sprachliche Zwischenwelt" and "Die Wortfeldtheorie"-Fuyuki KitoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.331981/03
Takanaho Fujii's Theory of WritingShinjiro KudoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.331981/03
Japanese Writing and KanjiOki HayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.331981/03
Chinese Teaching in the People's Republic of ChinaShoichi MorimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.331981/03
"Nozarashi Kiko" the Method and the DilemmaMoritaro HamaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.331981/03
Verbal Mechanism on monogatariYutaka Kurihara
Akira Yasuda
Mutsuro Kai
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.341981/09
Context on Otomo no Sakanoue no Iratsume's Work: EnkonkaTadashi ShimodaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.341981/09
On the Description of Verbs and Affixes in JapaneseHiromi NemaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.341981/09
Casting a New Light on MetaphorMasaaki MiyakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.351982/03
Expression Theory by F. SchwartzmannIsamu TaniguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.351982/03
Contrastive Study of Japanese and English in Semiotic ModelTeruhiro Ishiguro Expression and TruthHYOGEN KENKYUNo.351982/03
How to Grasp the Meaning of the Japanese Auxiliary VerbsKozo KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.351982/03
Scheme of the Studies of IdiolectsKenji TomosadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.351982/03
Expression of Kanku (Kamuri-zuke)Kyozo KimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.351982/03
How to Grasp Metaphorical Expressions -With Special Reference to "New Rhetoric"-Masaaki MiyakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Jo-kotoba and MetaphorKan'ichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Metaphor in Old English and Middle English Poetry -With Special Reference to Beowulf and The Canterbury Tales-Koji YoshimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Modern Views on Metaphor; Retrospect and ProspectKazuo IwataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
How to Get Students Interested in WritingKeiji SuzukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Onomatopoeia and Conjunction in Kikigak, SyomonoChigusa KobayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Narration in GenjimonogatariMutsuro KaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
An Introduction to My BookNobuko KamioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
New Style in R. AkutagawaTsuguo SatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Nonsense and InsanityJiro OkiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.361982/09
Expression and Its Dependence Upon the SceneMichihiro ItoiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.371983/03
The Subject and the Object in LiteratureSeitaro MaekawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.371983/03
How to Grasp AbverbsTeruo IshikamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.371983/03
On the Present Studies of Kenji MiyazawaYasuo TakanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.371983/03
On New Way of Writing a CompositionTomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.371983/03
On Narration --"Represented Speech"HYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
IntroductionTasuku AsawakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
JapaneseMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
EnglishToshikazu HoriuchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
FrenchReiichi HoriiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
Why Does Japanese Have No "Relative Pronoun"?Masao TakeokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
Suffix 'sa' in Japanese SentensesMorihide AkimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
On 'ya' in Haiku Poems (4-1)Mitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
To The Memory of Professor Haruyuki TogawaMasao IchinoseHYOGEN KENKYUNo.381983/09
How to Appreciate the 'Uta?'(Japanese Poetry)Akira KuwataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.391984/03
A Reading of Hugh Selwyn MauberleyYoneji MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.391984/03
The Way to Talk EffectivelyTomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.391984/03
Referential Pronouns in NovelsTsuneo KatamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.391984/03
Oral Tradition in GukanshoIsamu OzakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.391984/03
On Development of Verbs in Baby TalkKatsuhiro HayakawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
A Study of the Meanings of Ancient Japanese Words in Relation to Place-NamesKanehiko YoshidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
On Discourse and StyleMitsuo NishioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
On Akutagawa's "Yabu no Naka" Tsuguo SatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
French Adjectives Derived from Personal NamesKazuo MochizukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
Introduction of Works by the Authors:Nakami Yamaguchi
Zen-ichi Ouchi
Hisao Nagata
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
Obituary: Professor M. ShinoharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.401984/09
The Subject Word -How It Is Treated in the Space Grammar Theory-Teruhiro IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.411985/03
The Vocabulary of Verbs Used by Parents in Speaking to Their BabyKenji TomosadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.411985/03
The Expressions in the Hichiku Dialect in Northwestern KyushuShonoshin HarataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.411985/03
The Expressions of Jiyuritsu-haikuDaizo OtakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.411985/03
My Method for the Study of Literary StyleMasazumi NegishiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.411985/03
Sur la metaphorique de DerridaKenzo AkabaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
What is Image for Metaphor?Kan'ichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
A Remark on Definite Expressions in English -With Special Reference to the Associative Relationship between Part and Whole-Kyoko YoshifujiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
New-found Old Letters, Peculiar Forms and IdiomsYutaka TachibanaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
[ Discourse Analysis ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
On Sentence Connection and ExpressionHisao NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
Discourse Grammar: in the Light of TextstructureKazuhiro NakashimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.421985/09
Bodily Idioms: Common Phrases Related to AnimalsNorio YoshidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.431986/03
A Trial of what to Teach in the Academic Subject "Ways of Expression"Tadakatsu YamanekiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.431986/03
On J. Osaragi's "L'Affaire Dreyfus"Koichi FukushimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.431986/03
Canadian English: Lexical and Phrasal VarietyYoshihiro OhtsukaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.431986/03
A Study of the Structure of a Text based on a Research of the Sentence Relatedness in a TextToshiomi BabaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
Sentence Expansion in ParagraphsMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
An instructional Approach for cultivating the Faculty of Essay-writingKazuhisa IchimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
Expressions of Comparison in BashoMinoru HorikiriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
Some Characteristics of American EnglishZenjiro TakahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
On the Girlish Circular Letters (Marumoji)Kyozo KimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
Same Ideas on Teaching Written Expression in the ClassroomTakashi Etsure
Zen'ichi Ouchi
Tomoe Yamane
HYOGEN KENKYUNo.441986/09
Practice and Reflection on Teaching Writing in UniversityMasatsugu OgawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
On Shiki's HaikuMitsuo MatsuokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
"Penitenziagite !" -una espressione babelica nel "Nome della rose"Isamu TaniguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
On Ohgai's "Shiden"Seitaro MaekawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
Expressions of Style "〜desu" and Style "〜gozainmsu"Takashi SatowHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
Meanig of Text and The ReaderIchiro InoueHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
One Aspect of the Expressions in Kokin-wakashu -on the creation of AKIGIRI-Terumichi WatanabeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.451987/03
Process of Understanding MetaphorsTakashi KusumiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.461987/09
Language as Signs and ExpressionsKan-ichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.461987/09
Fixity and Flexibility of LanguageMasaaki MiyakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.461987/09
Basho's Expressions about LodgingKan-ichi YayoshiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.461987/09
Rhetoric and ExpressionTeruhiro IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.461987/09
Viewpoint of Treatment ExpressionShigeo UrabeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.461987/09
Rhythm In ExpressionsMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
Expression in Rewriting Part of "Rasyomon"Tsuneo KatamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
Summary and Text Structure in a Prose MaterialHiromi KawaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
Sur le style de M. DurasKiyofumi KawamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
The Axis of Time in the Description of SituationsMasanobu FujiwaraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
Ways to Make Haiku-poems by Three Presiders of HototogisuTetsuo SaekiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
The Uasage of Syllabic Characters to Express Sonants and Consonants in "The Tales of Ise"Yoshimoto EndoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
Some descriptive Theories in the French Literature studiesYukuo SaitoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
The Hearer as the Third PersonYutaka KuriharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.471988/03
A Study on one Feature of 'Language-Expression' -The Mechanism of the Interrelation of 'Signified-Signifing'-Yoshimasa MinatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.481988/09
Notes on the Basis of Expressionl Reception TheoryYutaka KuriharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.481988/09
A Reconcideratin On 'HYOGENGAKU' -by the Chairman of the Sympuseun-Shoso NagaoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.481988/09
Haiku, and its Colloqwil Expression as a Living LanguageNobuyuki TakahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.481988/09
Principles and Method of Teaching WritingTadashi ShimodaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.481988/09
Reconstruction of Expressive ValueReiichi HoriiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
The Reconsideration of NarrationTsuneo FukazawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
The Expressive Function of Jokotoba in Kodai-kayoAkemi WadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
On the Expression of the First Sentence in Genjimonogatari, Especially in regard to the Function of the Adverb "Ito"Kayo FujitaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
English as Social IssuesNobuyuki HonnaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
On Fantastic Element about Yasunari Kawabata's NovelsMasakazu MorimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
On the Expressions with Emotional Implication in Hardy's Short StoriesMidori MochizukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
An Introduction of Poems and Children's Songs by Michio MadoEtsuko TaniHYOGEN KENKYUNo.491989/03
A Sketch of StyleAkira NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Expression Structure Difference between Japanese and GermanFuyuki KitoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Pedagogy in M. Kaito's An Introduction to Japanese Expression-FormationTakashi HasegawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Method of InterpretationManabu AkahaneHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Interpretation of WakaAkira KuwadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
On Interpretation MethodEi'ichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
As the Chairman of the SymposiumMutsuro KaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Unique Expressions in Ogura Hyaku-shuTetsuo TsukaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Problems of Kanji in Present-day JapaneseTomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Commemorating Hyogen Kenkyu No.50Sabnro MashimoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Reportson the 26th Convention of the SocietyHYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Contents of Hyogen Kenkyu (No.1 to No.50)HYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Chronicle of the Conventions (1st to 26th)HYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
Members of the Society (as of August,1989)HYOGEN KENKYUNo.501989/09
The Value of Ambiguity as a Mode of Expression of Thought in Poetry as Linguistic ArtKinuko MunakataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
An Interpretation of Wilfred Owen's "Sonnet"Yoneji MoriHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
Sur le style de M. Duras (2)Kiyofumi KawamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
On the 57th Kayo of KojikiAkemi WadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
A note on the metaphorization, human into car, car into human.Yasunori TamonHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
Some Characteristics of the Style of the 'Le Morte D'Arthur' of Sir Thomas MaloryZenjiro TaKahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
Some Japanese Expression-Formation Studies Modelled after Benjamin Franklin's AutobiographyKeijiro UnokiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.511990/03
Symposium: description -How We Should Understand It-HYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Some Feature or English DescriptionTeruhiro IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
The Structure of DescriptionTadao KabashimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
The Function of DescriptionMinoru SugiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Some Comments from the ModeratorShigeru KiharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Textual Funcition of Japanese Generic SentencesMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Alternation in Japanese Thanks and its Sociolinguistic ModelTetsuo KumatoridaniHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
A Study of Nankichi Niimi's Expressions: Focusing on Expressions Concerning "Light"Tohshihiro MatsukawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Punctuation in Literary Materials: In the Case of RashomonTsuneo KatamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Color Expressions in the Old English Poem the PhoenixKoji YoshimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Izen-form 'Ya' in Man'yoshuShigeo UrabeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
On 'warai'Akira NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.521990/09
Sentence Development and Information Generation in Japanese -The "Icicle" Type Development-Kozo KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.531991/03
Characteristics of Expressions in the Early-Period Narratives -Sentence Final Expressions of the Sentences Containing "Namu"Eiji NaganumaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.531991/03
A Rhetorical Study of a Political Speech -Ethos in President Kennedy's Inauguration Speech-Hiroya YanagisawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.531991/03
Gestures in Modern Japanese Literature -Based on Soseki's Works-Kazukuni AiharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.531991/03
General Conventions and Idiocyncratic Examples -Instances of the Word "Rei" in Genji Monogatari-Nobuko KamioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
"Yodomu" in the History of Ancient WaKa ExpressionsKan-ichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Comparison of Metaphorical Expressions of "Clothing" Seen from Korean and Japanese Cultural BackgroundsMin SeonghongHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Organization of Expression in Modification -Focus on Noun Modification-HYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Quotation and Noun ModificationYasuyuki FujitaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Modification Methods in Old JapaneseGyoji YamaguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Rhetoric and Grammar of Modification -Focus on Noun Modification-Masa-aki YamanashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Organization of Expression in Noun Modification -Comments from the Moderetor-Michihiro ItoiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Functiuns of Noun Modification -Expression Functions and Grammar Functions-Yoshie IkuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Organization of Expression in Noun ModificationKozo KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
On Noun ModificationShoichi FujikakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
The Initial Sentences in ShokaishingoAkira YasudaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
A Contrastive Study of Advertising Catchphrases between English and JapaneseIchiro HiejimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Sentences in letters to Newspaper Editors Based on Sentential FunctionsMitsuko KidoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
On Cataphoric Usage in Japanese DemonstrativesToshiomi BabaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Expression Types and Communicative Strategies in Giving Advice in JapaneseTetsuo Kumatoridani, Megumi MurakamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
On the Analysis of Cleft Sentences in the theory of Territory of InformationHiromi KawamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
On Conjunctional Expressions-Focus on adverbial Phrases Functioning as Both Conjunction and Modifier within a SentensesZao Hui XinHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Expression and Culture-Poetic Language of Mallarme and Comparative CultureKinuko MunakataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
EuphemismTomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
Some Characteristics of the Style of the 'Le Morte D'Arthur' of Sir Thomas MaloryZenjiro TakahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.541991/09
A Contrastive Study of Advertising Catchphrases between English and JapaneseIchiro HiejimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
Sentences in letters to Newspaper Editors Based on Sentential FunctionsMitsuko KidoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
On Cataphoric Usage in Japanese DemonstrativesToshiomi BabaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
Expression Types and Communicative Strategies in Giving Advice in JapaneseTetsuo Kumatoridani, Megumi MurakamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
On the Analysis of Cleft Sentences in the theory of Territory of InformationHiromi KawamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
On Conjunctional Expressions-Focus on adverbial Phrases Functioning as Both Conjunction and Modifier within a SentensesZao Hui XinHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
Expression and Culture-Poetic Language of Mallarme and Comparative CultureKinuko MunakataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
EuphemismTomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
Some Characteristics of the Style of the 'Le Morte D'Arthur' of Sir Thomas MaloryZenjiro TakahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.551992/03
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
The Text Title, the Text Summary and their relationship to their Key WordsAkio TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
A Study on the Theory of AbridgementHajime NarushimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
Principles of Expression in Summarizing Text: Comments from the ChairpersonMayumi SakumaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
On a Theoretical Framework for a Lexical Relation Thesaurus of EnglishNoriko AotaniHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
Valance of Nominal Expressions in EnglishToshiharu KitabayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
The Measurement of a "Description-rate Index" for recognition of Stylistic Particularities of TextYoshihide NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
The connection between the Shifting "now" and the Story teller -the text is "Chijin no Ai" by Tanizaki Jun-ichiro-Tomoko KawanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
Textual Functions of Temporal ExpressionsMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
Aspects of Honorification: Descriptions of Quarrels among Married Couples in Literary Arts in the Heian PeriodMuneaki MorinoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.561992/09
Metaphorical Expressions Using "Hi" (Fire) in the History of Ancient WakaKanichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.571993/03
A Contrastive Study of Metaphorical Expressions in Snow Country by Kawabata Yasunari Based on the Viewpoint of Foreign StudentsMaki OshimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.571993/03
An Analysis of Expression in the Summary of Academic PapersMiyuki SawadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.571993/03
The Meaning of the Suffix "Sa"Tomoichi NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.571993/03
On the Patterns of Expressions of Request for Permission in Gebumi in the Heian EraHiroko NishimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.571993/03
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
Functions of Explanation : How to Teach them in the Japanese Language ClassMichio OdaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
The Function of Explanation: Contextual Effect of Explanatory ExpressionsMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
Functions of Explanation: As the Chairperson of the SymposiumHiroshi HanibeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
Usage and Meanings of "V+teiru"Wang Shih-HoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
Prerequisite Questions for the Interpretations of Verbal Responses to Selected Proposals: With Reference to Some Negative Replies to "Let's go to the Movie Theater"Yoshihiro ItoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
On the Images of "Kaze" (Wind) in BashoKeiji HashimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
Expressions in Tamiki Hara's "RenKu"Shuhei NagasakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
The Structure of "Kono Tsuide" in Tsutsumi-Chunagon MonogatariMegumi HoshinaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
On the Study of Expression in Folk-NarrativeEiichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
No.59HYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
The Characteristics of Japanese Passive Sentences Corresponding to Korean Active SentencesIm Heon-ChanHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
Metalinguistic Expressions Used in Oral Research PresentationsHizuru FurubeppuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
The Expression in Takekurabe and the Traditional Techniques of WakaMineko AichiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
An Analysis of Expression in the Dialogues in a Drama -A case of Kami-Fusen by Kishida Kunio-Takeshi FunadokoroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
A Study of Expression in a School Child's Diary: Part1, With Special Reference to the First Sentence First Grader N. W.'s DiaryToshimichi OkaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
A Contrastive Analysis of the Point of View in Cat in the Rain by Ernest HemingwayMaki OshimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.581993/09
[ SYMPOSIUM ] HYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
Functions of Explanation : How to Teach them in the Japanese Language ClassMichio OdaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
The Function of Explanation: Contextual Effect of Explanatory ExpressionsMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
Functions of Explanation: As the Chairperson of the SymposiumHiroshi HanibeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
Usage and Meanings of "V+teiru"Wang Shih-HoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
Prerequisite Questions for the Interpretations of Verbal Responses to Selected Proposals: With Reference to Some Negative Replies to "Let's go to the Movie Theater"Yoshihiro ItoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
On the Images of "Kaze" (Wind) in BashoKeiji HashimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
Expressions in Tamiki Hara's "RenKu"Shuhei NagasakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
The Structure of "Kono Tsuide" in Tsutsumi-Chunagon MonogatariMegumi HoshinaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
On the Study of Expression in Folk-NarrativeEiichi TanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.591994/03
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
Sasameyuki: Its Narration and ExpressionKunio NakamuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
The Effect of Narremes: An Essay on The Makioka SistersYoshinobu HiranoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
The Expression in Tanizaki Jun-ichiro's Sasameyuki: Influences from Genji MonogatariNakami YamaguchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
The Analysis of a Literary Work: The Expression in Tanizaki Jun-ichiro's Sasameyuki: Comments from the ChairpersonOhki HayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
An Essay on Nagamewabu: Some Remarks on Stylistic Features of "Waka"Masayo SatoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
The Development of Spoken Styles in Sazanami Iwaya's Works: Novels Written between 1889 and 1892Satoko KomatsuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
On the Expressions of "Nazoru" in Japanese DiscourseChung Kuk-ParkHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
A Note on Explicature: A Way of Starting a SentenceKiyota HashimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
Inferring and Conferring: On Reading a Literary TextMasataka NonamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
A Method of Constructing Fiction Using Perspective part 1: Distance and NarraionYoshie IkuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
The Plot of Natsu no Hana by Tamiki HaraSohei NagasakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.601994/09
The View Points of the Ryunosuke Akutagawa's "Saru"Megumi HoshinaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.611995/03
A Study of Expression in a School Child's Diary PartU: With Special Reference to the First Sentence of N. W' Diary who Attends the Second GradeToshimichi OkaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.611995/03
Some Remarks on the Nature of the Phonetic System of Ch'ieh-yun.Fumito ShimizuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.611995/03
A study of the characters in the printed books "Tamamonosaushi"Yuko IkedaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.611995/03
The Expressions of "yellow" in Modern Japanese literatureKoichi OkazakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.611995/03
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Expression-Formation Studies and Foreign Language Education: As the Chairperson of the SynposiumYasuo HatanakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Expression-Formation Studies and Foreign Language Education (German)Hitoshi SanoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Expression-Formation Studies and Foreign Language Education (Chinese)Sumiko HaradaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Expression-Formation Studies and Foreign Language Education: The Sentimentality of the LanguageToshiyuki HottaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Expression-Formation Studies and English Language Education: In Search of an Interface with National Language EducationNobuyuki YamauchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
On the Metaphors of "Kami" "Hotoke" "Oni" "Yookai" "Kaibutu"Yasunori TamonHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
How Image Works in Metaphor: A ReconsiderationKanichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
The Problem of Adjectives in Japanese Texts and of their French Translation From Affective Adjectives to Adjectives SentencesEeko BanHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
"...noda" in Japanese Conversation: Textual and Interpersonal FunctionsMakio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
A Note on the Aspectual Properties and the Verbal Semantics of the te-aru ResultativesChiharu UdaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Characteristics of the Kei-jyoshi "koso" found in the composition of Jodai-go: The Differences from the Kei-jyoshi "zo"Kayoko HorioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Metaphoric effect of Onomatopoeia: Onomatopoeia as poetic WordKeiji HashimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Cohesion in Discourse Topics and Topic Development StructureMegumi Murakami,Tetsuo KumatoridaniHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
Book Review: Koichi Fukushima, Osaragi Jiro (Soshisha, 1995) 2 vols.Osamu KashiharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.621995/09
A Method of Constructing Fiction Using Perspective part 3 : In Aya Koda's Daidokoro no otoYoshie IkuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.631996/03
The implication of tha pronoun [ JIBUN ] use in the first person to describe I or MYSELFToru NishizakiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.631996/03
Jun-ichiro Tanizaki "Moumoku Monogatari" the narrative of the blind and it's expressionTomoko SawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.631996/03
On the role of meta-linguisitics in topic-shifts in TV discussionMiki SaijoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.631996/03
Obiluary: Professor H. ImaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.631996/03
[ SYMPOSIUM ]HYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
Composition-Various Issues Concerning the Expressions Over the Opening StatementKoichi Fukushima, Yasushi InoueHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
Sentence Initial Position and Information Structure in EnglishKiyota HashimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
The Relation Between Form of a Opening Sentence and Material in the Tale of the Heian Period -Focas on the Transcendental material-Nobuko KamioHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
The first Sentence in a Novel and the Point of ViewMichihiro ItoiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
On the Expressivity of "to mieru": An Analysis Based on a Comparison With "rashii"Masae MatsukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
Several Chains of SubjectsKohei IdoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
Relationship Between Inner Speech and Shorthand-like Infant' Letters as Written SpeechToshiyuki TakahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
Euphemism in "Kojiki"Junko TomookaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
An Aspect of "Im-personal" SubjectsKaori MinemotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
Anticipation in Reading: An Essay on Connections Between SentencesKei IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.641996/10
A Contrastive Study of 'AESOP'S FABLES', As the Translations of Meiji EraMotoi KisakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.651997/03
"Comparing Cause Expression in Japanese Te-Linkage and English Present-Participial Construction"Katsuko TomotsuguHYOGEN KENKYUNo.651997/03
A Comparative Study of Japanese and Chinese Four-Letter IdiomsNorio Yoshida, ZHI HONG TAOHYOGEN KENKYUNo.651997/03
Analysis of Auxiliary word by different form in Nazoru ExpressionPark ChungKukHYOGEN KENKYUNo.651997/03
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The Meaning and Usage of "Noni", "Nimokakawarazu", "Keredo(mo) ", and "Ga"Toshiaki YamashitaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.651997/03
Japanese Expression Finalizing a Sentence with "Da"Shuuichi KawaharaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.651997/03
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Natural Space as My Private Property -"Waga Yado" in the History of Ancient Waka-Kanichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.661997/10
A study on 'Waka' (31 syllable Japanese classical poems)Eiji NaganumaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.661997/10
On identifying kernal sentences in expository prose: an essay towards macro-structure derivation-Kazumi TachikawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.661997/10
Language Devices Indicating 'PERSPECTIVE' -'-ta' and '-ru' as Markers of Foreground and BackgroundMasako YamamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.661997/10
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On the Symmetry of Wh-Scope between English and JapaneseHaruyuki AkasoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.661997/10
Reports on the 34th Convention of SocietyToshihiro MatsukawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.661997/10
Passive Expressions in Modern Japanese Translated Novels -A Contrastive Reference to Korean-Yun HosukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.671998/03
How to Read Between the Lines -On Connections between the Sentences-Kei IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.671998/03
Connectives and Narrative ModeNaomi KodaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.671998/03
Toward a New Approach to the Study of Lyrics: A Case Study of the Lyrics of Aku YuMamoru ToyaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.671998/03
A Report of the Symposium and a Prospect of the Expression Study of 'Hayari-Uta' (Japanese Popular Songs)Kanichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Expression of Popular Songs -Through the Anonymous Songs in "MANYOSYU"-Shinichi NishimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Spread of Expression in Japanese Popular Music: A Case Study of the Video of Miyuki NakajimaMamoru ToyaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
When Do Symbols Glow?Masaaki MiyakeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Transition of Literary Images and Changing Evaluation of Leterary Works -Expressions in the Opening Verse of "Shui-Wakashu"-Hiroaki KoikeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
Basho's ExpressionsAkahane ManabuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Influence of Thomas Carlyle on Tohkoku Kitamura -Heroes and Nature-Yoshie FurutaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Structure of Reduplication -Its Meaning and Derivation-Hidematsu MiuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Meaning Network of the Verb: Climb and "Noboru"Sachiko TobaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Polysemic Structure of "Kaesu/Kaeru"Junko TomookaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
The Re-production of Semantic Paragraphs in Different Scale of Summary WritingHikari ItoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.681998/10
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A Study of the "ren-yokei-nominals (wo)+suru" Sentences in Japanese -From a Viewpoint in Contrast with Korean-Yoo Eun sungHYOGEN KENKYUNo.691999/03
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The Metaphor of "Eyes" -A Contrastive Study of Japanese and Mongolian-Kunihiko HashimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.691999/03
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Shared Knowledge and Interpretation in EnglishHirofumi ItoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.742001/10
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Telop and Inferential ModelEiko ShiotaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.742001/10
A Study of Literary Translation of Japanese Passive Sentence into KoreanShin Suk KiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.742001/10
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A Study of Adjectives in Medieval Prose -A Statistical Approach to Medieval Vocabulary-Nahoko MurataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.742001/10
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A Study of Japanese [noda] and Korean [-n geosida] in Written LanguageSung Hi InHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
An Experimental Study on the Relationship between the Semantic Features of the Constituent Terms and the Interpretation of MetaphorsKeiko NakamotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
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No.77HYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
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No.78HYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
Japanese Oral Communication Education through Radio Broadcasting Program Production−a Report on Japanese Communication Course, the Liberal Arts Department,Nagoya College-Teruko MatsuuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
The Present Situation and the Problem of“Speaking”Yukari IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
Oral Expression lnstruction in Japanese Language Education -for the Guidance of Japancse University Students-Chizuko KomiyaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
On the Expression of “I will come to your house.”in Amami DialectHiromitsu MachiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
On the Expression of Prohibition in Waka: Compound Verbs and“Na・・・So”Masanori KimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
The Study of“Casual Letters” Written by Junior HighSchool GirlsKazumi TachikawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.762002/10
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A Study on the Function of Communication in English and Constructions: A Cognitive ApproachKayoko KinshiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.772003/03
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Oral Expression lnstruction in Japanese Language Education -for the Guidance of Japancse University Students-Chizuko KomiyaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.782003/10
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On the Expression of Prohibition in Waka: Compound Verbs and“Na・・・So”Masanori KimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.782003/10
The Study of“Casual Letters” Written by Junior HighSchool GirlsKazumi TachikawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.782003/10
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Reports on the 40th Convention of the SocietyTakeshi KatayamaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.782003/10
The Relation between Narrations and Utterances in Natsume Soseki's "Michikusa"Yasuo IshideHYOGEN KENKYUNo.792004/03
Expression by Acoustic in Abe Kobo's "The Crime of S・Karuma" and "The Raccoon of the Barbell Tower"Seo HongHYOGEN KENKYUNo.792004/03
Spray Paint Hypallage -About existence of a grammar phenomenon-Masahiro YamadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.792004/03
On the Expression Form of "Adjectives Denoting Largeness+Nouns+Verbs" in JapaneseNobuyuki YamauchiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.792004/03
On the Point of View in Expressions Where am I?Michihiro ItoiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
An Analysis of Poems from the Viewpoint of PoeticsKenzo AkabaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
Poiesis of "Sunset" -Modern Japanese Poetryas Text-Makio NomuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
The Literature Which is Found in Poetry -Focusing upon 'Transmission' of the Words from Generation to GenerationToshihiro UeyamaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
A Study on Expression of Fragrancy -"Utsunga" (a Lingering odor), "Gosyui-wakasyu" and "Genji-monogatari"-Eiji NaganumaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
On the 'Furigana' of Bakin, Relative to the Style and PhaseShizuka KurataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
A Study of Telephone Counseling Discourse for ChildrenChieko YuasaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
A Contrastive Analysis of the Text Structures -Focusing on the First Sentence and Second Sentence in the Editorials in Japanese and Korean Newspapers-Lee JungminHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
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On 'Narrative' and 'Narration' of the Story "Brazil Ojii no Sake" as a Teaching MaterialOsamu Matsumoto,Chieko ToubaruHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
Memorial Tribute : Prof. Setsuo AzumaKouichi FukushimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.802004/10
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The Study in "Shinju" - The Wandering Ghost-Hiroshi AsaokaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.812005/03
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A Study on the Structure of a Scene by a Sentence MorphologyTakeshi FunadokoroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.812005/03
Subjective Construal and Tense Conversion in the NarrativeKatsuko Tomotsugu'HYOGEN KENKYUNo.812005/03
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Expressions to rouse fear on "Shin Mimi-bukuro"Shinko SuitoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.822005/10
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The Diversification of Narrations in Soseki's "Sanshirou" and "Michikusa"Yasuo IshideHYOGEN KENKYUNo.822005/10
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On the Free Direct Speech and the Free Indirect Speech in the First Person Novels -Some Comparisons between the Japanese and the Chinese Language-Na GuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.822005/10
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An error analyses from samples of native speakers of English focusing on the use of verb "naru": What is so-called native-like use of Japanese?Tyuusei OosimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.842006/10
Status-centered Expressions and Agent-centered Expressions -Fundamental Differences between the Japanese and English Languages-Koji YoshimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.842006/10
The Fragrance of Japanese apricots (Ume ga Ka) -From the veiw point of Synesthetic Representation-Qing ZhaoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.842006/10
A study of niyoriPyon MujinHYOGEN KENKYUNo.842006/10
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An Analysis on the Expression of the Beginning of 'Makura-no Soushi'Kazushi TakebayashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.852007/03
Contrastive Rhetoric of Editorials in Japanese and Korean NewspaperHong Seo
Hiroya Yanagisawa
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The Meaning of "kakeru" How Can the Core Schema Capture the Sense of the Polysemous Verb?Tomoyo Shiraishi
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Memorial Tribute:Prof.Akira YasudaMorihide AkimotoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.852007/03
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"Narratives of Literary Works" -"The Kagerou Diary"Development of Story and Narratives-Hiroko OkadaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
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Direct and Indirect Speech in Japanese and English: How Reported Utterances are Conceptually GroundedYoichiro HasebeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
A Viewpoint from the Chair of the SymposiumNobuko kamio HYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
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A Study of Generativity of Japanese AdjectivesNaoko Murata HYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
"HOME" and "KATEI" -The Modern Family Image through the Vocabulary of the Meiji EraYukiko KagawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
Structural and Linguistic Patterns in Japanese Television and Newspaper NewsAndreea SIONHYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
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Memorial Tributo: Prof. Saburo MashimoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.862007/10
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A Qualitative Analysis of Style and Speech Level in Discourse in Friendship Correspondence Delivered via Internet E-mailChiemi AtobeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.872008/03
A Comparative Study of Strategies for Expressing Dissatisfaction among Japanese and Taiwanese StudentsGo GakukaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.872008/03
How Can the Core Schema Capture the Sense of the Compound Verb?:Focusing on a Japanese Compound Verb“hikkakeru”Fumiko Matsuda,Tomoyo ShiraishiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.872008/03
On the Usage and the Derivation of“azayakani”Shin MiyagiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.872008/03
A Fundamental Study on an Analytical Method of the English EvolutionSatoko HorieHYOGEN KENKYUNo.872008/03
【Expression and Understanding in Japanese University Lecture Discourse】HYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Symposium Report: Expression and Understanding in Japanese University Lecture DiscourseKei IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
On Functional Paragraphs and Overall Structures in Japanese University Lecture DiscourseMayumi SakumaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Relation of Rhetorical Factors to Students’ Understanding in Japanese University LecturesYoshio TakahashiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
On Posture, Meaningless Movements, and Gesture in Japanese University Lecture DiscoursePolly SzatrowskiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Research on University Lectures, Present and FutureToshiko IshidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Controlling Functions of Speech Level Shift of Functional Paragraphs in Japanese University LecturesKyoko SuzukiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Paraphrase of Functional Paragraphs of Japanese University Lectures in Summary WritingPARK hyeyoungHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
An Approach to the Prosodic Features of a Japanese Discourse Marker “Dakara”Chen,Shiang-JouHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Reconsideration of “Storytelling” in Noh: From a Sentence-ending Expression “Keri”Masami FukukawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Place Names and ExpressionAkikatsu KagamiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.882008/10
Subject Transfer Phenomenon in Japanese Fiction Text: An Approach from "Thought" and "Utterance" as Text ElementsYasuhisa UedaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.892009/03
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Expressions Are Rycycled: Imitation and ExpressionYoshinori ShimizuHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
Reconsideration of Expression-Formation StudiesHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
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Tsukahara's Expression-Formation Studies: Their Inheritance and DevelopmentTakamasa NishidaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
Hiroshi Hanibe's Expression-Formation Studies of SentencesKazuhiro NakajimaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
Significance of Consideration of Expression-Formation Studies: To This SymposiumKan'ichi HanzawaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
Expression Structure of the First Phrase Ending: From Collection of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry to Post Collection of Gleanings Hiroaki KoikeHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
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Systematic Nature of Explanatory Textual Materials: Focusing on Reviewing Sentence StructuresYukari IshiguroHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
Reading Strategy of Informational Texts by Focusing on Analogy: Integration of Problem-solving with the Chain of WordsToshihiro UeyamaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
World of English Reflected by Articles: What are Expressed by Definite Articles, Non-definite Articles and Zero Articles Kyoko KosakaHYOGEN KENKYUNo.982013/10
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An Analysis of Japanese Compliments from the Viewpoint of Topic Processing in DiscourseRyota NagataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.992014/4
Zero Particle Phenomenon of the First Person Pronoun in Conversational Japanese : The Function of the Syntactically Unnecessary "Watashi"Noriko KariyadoHYOGEN KENKYUNo.992014/4
A Study on Mimetic Verbs-focusing on “Sapparisuru” and “Sukkirisuru”Chen ShuaiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.992014/4
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Empathetic Expressions toward Negative Assessments: With a Focus on Sequence of UtteranceYurie KamataHYOGEN KENKYUNo.1002014/10
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Point of View in Yamasaki Toyoko’s Senba-GuruiKazue YasuiHYOGEN KENKYUNo.1052017/4
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Research NotesHYOGEN KENKYUNo.1052017/4
Important Considerations for Researching Sensibility Using Expression Studies: From the Perspective of English and Japanese Language and Culture StudiesKohji YoshimuraHYOGEN KENKYUNo.1052017/4
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The Interface between Grammar Studies and
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