JSLS2005

JSLS2005

The Seventh Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society of Language Sciences

 

  • Program
  • Co-Sponsored by the Sophia Linguistic Institute for International Communication

 

  • June 25, 2005 (Saturday)
  • 9:00-9:50 Registration
  • 9:50-10:00 Opening Ceremony

 

10:00-12:00 Oral Presentations (Sessions 1 & 2)

 Session 1 [Japanese] L2 Research

  • Chair: Kazumi Matsuoka (Keio University)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • 10:00-10:25
    • ストーリーテリング活動における日本語学習者の共通項の確立?意味理解のため の「交渉」行為に注目して
      • Reiko Nishikawa (University of Hawaii at Manoa) & Momoyo Shimazu (Osaka University)
  • 10:30-10:55
    • 英語による日本人学生と留学生のグループコミュニケーションにおける言語調整者の役割?リーダーのコード・スイッチングの分析を通してー
      • Atsuko Tasaki (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology)
  • 10:55-11:05 10 minute break
  • 11:05-11:30
    • 中国人日本語学習者と日本語母語話者の接触場面でのあいづち使用における誤解
      • Tomoki Furukawa (Nagoya University)
  • -11:35-12:00
    • 大学生の知的レベルに合わせた日本語教育
      • Hideo Tomita (Kenyon College)
  • Session 2 [English] L2 Research (JFL)

  • Chair: Hiromi Morikawa (University of Kansas)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 210)
  • 10:00-10:25
    • Paradox for L2 interactional competence: Practicing “Small Talk” in the classroom
    • Keiko Ikeda (University of Hawaii at Manoa/ University of Tokyo)
  • 10:30-10:55
    • Linguistic and gestural reference to Ground information in L2 narrative
      • Keiko Yoshioka (Leiden University)
  • 10:55-11:05 10 minute break
  • 11:05-11:30
    • The use of L2 Japanese benefactive auxiliary verbs by Turkish L1 speakers
      • Derya Akkus & Yuko Nakahama (Nagoya University)
  • 11:35-12:00
    • Processing NPs with different complexity in L2 Japanese
      • Akiko Kashiwagi & Mineharu Nakayama (The Ohio State University)
  • 12:00- 13:00 Lunch/ JSLS Board Meeting

  • 13:00-15:00 Symposia

  • 13:00-15:00 Invited Symposium [Japanese] (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • The Goal of Optimality Theory: From Linguistic Science to Psychology
  • Speakers: 北原真冬 (早稲田大学) ・深澤はるか(慶応義塾大学) ・太田光彦(エジンバラ大)
  • 13:00-15:00 Symposium [English] (Bldg. #6, Room 210)
  • The many dimensions of narrative development in English-Japanese bilingual children
  • Chair: Masahiko Minami (San Francisco State University)
  • Discussant: Dan I. Slobin (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Speakers:
    • Telling the Frog Story in two languages: Story production by English-Japanese bilingual children
      • Sanae Fukuda (Lowell High School, San Francisco)
    • Use of verb forms in narratives told by English-Japanese bilingual children
      • Emi Fujiyama (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
    • Referential topic management in narratives told by English-Japanese bilingual children
      • Makiko Kajiwara (Shinshu University)
    • Bilingual children’s styles of story construction and their linguistic and educational implications
      • Masahiko Minami (San Francisco State University)

15:05-16:50 Oral Presentations (Sessions 3 & 4)

Session 3 [Japanese] Psychological approaches to language

  • Chair: Harumi Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • 15:05-15:30
  • 眼球運動データにもとづくガーデンパス文の処理過程の検討?日本人英語学習者に対する心理言語学実験
    • Shuhei Kadota (Kwansei Gakuin University) & Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe University)
  • 15:35-16:00
    • 意味フレームに基づく選択制限の表現?動詞“襲う”を例にした心理実験による検討?
      • Keiko Nakamoto (Kyoto University) & Kow Kuroda (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
  • 16:00-16:10 10-minute break
  • 16:10-16:35
    • 認識のモダリティ表現の理解に見られる心の理論発達
      • Tomoko Matsui & Yui Miura (International Christian University)

Session 4 [English] Bilingualism research

  • Chair: Yuriko Kite (Kansai University)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 210)
  • 15:05-15:30
    • Bootstrapping from baby signs to bilingualism
      • Suzanne Quay (International Christian University)
  • 15:35-16:00
    • Comparing the lexicon of Japanese Sign Language and Taiwan Sign Language: A preliminary study focusing on difference in the handshape parameter
      • Daisuke Sasaki (Hokusei Gakuen University/ University of Texas, Austin)

16:45-18:00 Plenary 1

  • Prof. Kensaku Yoshida (Sophia University) (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • Chair: Yukio Otsu (Keio University)
  • The Effects of Teaching Practice on the Development of Students’ English Proficiency 「教師の教え方と生徒の英語力への影響」

 18:15-20:15 Reception (Sophians’ Club)

June 26 (Sunday)

09:30-11:00 Oral Presentations (Sessions 5 & 6)

  • Session 5 [English]
  • Chair: Yutaka Sato (International Christian University)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • 09:30-09:55
    • English as an intervening language in manuals of Asian industrial products: Linguistic strategies in technical translation for less-used European languages
      • Christina Alexandris (Institute for Language and Speech Processing (ILSP),Greece)
  • 10:00-10:25
    • The role of phonological encoding and attentional resource in sentence comprehension by reading silently and orally
      • Maiko Takahashi (University of Tokyo) & Akihiro Tanaka (Tohoku University)
  • 10:35-11:00
    • What do Japanese L1 and L2 speakers count with classifier hon? An analysis of prototypicality effects
      • Rong-Rong Kao (Fukuoka University of Education)

Session 6 [Japanese] L1 Research

  • Chair: Emiko Yukawa (Ritsumeikan University)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 210)
  • 09:30-09:55
    • 幼児の文理解における格助詞について
      • Takaaki Suzuki (Kyoto Sangyo University)
  • 10:00-10:25
    • 日本語の語法の包括的把握への試み
      • Yasuhisa Ueda (Osaka University)
  • 10:35-11:00
    • 非伝統的カタカナ表記による情意の伝達
      • Mutsuko Endo-Hudson & Yoshimi Sakakibara (Michigan State University)

11:00-12:30 Poster Session (40 posters)

  • Posters will be put up in the morning and remain posted all day. (Bldg. #6, Room 311)
  • ナラティ?ディスコースの「よ」と「ね」にみられる視点の移動:言語獲得の視点から[Alternate]
    • Chikako Sakurai (Rikkyo University) [ENG]
  • Does “thinking for speaking” have a word for Matrix Language Frame Model? [Alternate]
    • Yudong Fan (Keio University) [JPN]
  • 語りの談話における「は」とトピックの有生性について[Alternate]
    • Fumio Watanabe(Yamagata University)[JPN]
  • 一度に認知できる音韻長の限界(外来語のデフォルトアクセント型からの仮説)
    • Seiichiro Inaba (San Jose State University) [JPN]
  • 日英語の属性叙述文における「適切性」述語のカテゴリー化について
    • Yusuke Minami (Osaka University) [JPN]
  • “What can we learn from parallel corpus data?”
    • Takako Aikawa (Microsoft Research) [ENG/JPN]
  • Optimality theory and the nature of strictness
    • Nobuyo Fukaya (Tsuda College) [JPN]
  • 「総記」と「中立叙述」に共通した格助詞「が」の働き
    • Kazuhisa Okayasu (Kanagawa Prefectural 鶴嶺 High School) [JPN]
  • Applying a conceptual framework in interpreting English definite articles: Incorporating grammar, context and contextual mechanisms
    • Kimiko Hinenoya (McGill University) [ENG]
  • Factors affecting lexical development by English speaking children
    • Junko Maekawa & Holly Storkel (University of Kansas) [ENG]
  • Strategies that mothers use to teach children part names of everyday objects
    • Harumi Kobayashi & Tetsuya Yasuda (Tokyo Denki University) [ENG]
  • 日本語における2歳児の数詞の獲得過程
    • Tomoya Hashimoto (Osaka City University) [JPN]
  • カテゴリ判断課題におけるカタカナ3字単語の意味処理
    • Kenichirou Kinoshita & Takayuki Mori (Chukyo University) [JPN]
  • Powerless women or powerless men?: Through the study of kinship terms
    • Miyoko Nakajima (University of Oregon) [ENG]
  • Another discourse analysis: Toward the relationship of verbal and non-verbal communication in Japanese
    • Hiroko G. Hino (Sophia University) [ENG]
  • Comprehension of utterances in Japanese: Are more literal utterances perceived as more direct?
    • Akiko Hagiwara (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science) [ENG]
  • コーパスを利用した大統領就任演説の英語の特徴に関する一考察
    • Koji Morinaga (Ritsumeikan University) [JPN]
  • A comparative study of parental and child self-repair patterns upon non-specific clarification requests
    • Mihoko Kubota (Tohoku Fukushi University) [ENG]
  • Convergence in emerging and established language systems: Evidence from speech and gesture in L1 Japanese
    • Amanda Brown (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics/ Boston University)& Marianne Gullberg (Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics) [ENG]
  • Language development and gestures: Effects of socio-economic status
    • Rosa Patricia Barcenas Acosta , Gabriela Calderon Guerrero & Martha Beatriz Soto (Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico) [ENG]
  • Language acquisition and cognitive development
    • Madoka Kawano (Hoshi University) & Hiroko Suzuki (Tokai University) [ENG]
  • 幼児の第二言語使用を促す社会的相互作用?国際結婚家庭児の事例観察による質的検討
    • Naoko Yoshida (Tokoha Gakuen University) [JPN]
  • 第二言語獲得過程に見られる動詞島構文をめぐる一考察
    • Jae-Ho Lee & Hitoshi Isahara (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) [JPN]
  • Paralinguistic elements mediating in second language classroom interaction
    • Leticia Vicente Rasoamalala (Aichi Prefectural University) [ENG]
  • Simultaneous attention to non-salient linguistic forms and content during input processing: Is it possible or not?
    • Yuka Muraoka (Internatinal Christian Uiversity) [ENG]
  • 外国語学習における多読と熟達化
    • Akio Yamamoto (Gakushuin Boys’ Senior High School) [JPN]
  • Japanese accent of Mandarin: A segmental perspective
    • Ya-Huei Hsieh & Yu-Shan Chien (National Chengchi University, Taipei) [ENG]
  • Second language development at the syntax-pragmatics interface
    • Satomi Kawaguchi & Bruno Di Biase (University of Western Sydney) [ENG]
  • Spatial ability and its relationship to the use of mnemonics and retentions of hiragana as foreign scripts
    • Sachiko Matsunaga (California State University) [ENG]
  • 第二言語としての体験談の分析:話題が話しのスタイルに与える影響
    • Masahiko Minami (San Francisco State University) [JPN]
  • Learning strategy training and goal setting project in learning Japanese
    • Fumie Kato (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte) [JPN]
  • A study on the relationship between motivation types and proficiency
    • Osamu Kurazumi & Kimiko Katase (Shirayuri Collge) [JPN]
  • The effect of shadowing on working memory: Is shadowing an effective tool for L2 verbal recall?
    • Yukiko Watanabe (University of Hawaii at Manoa) [ENG]
  • Dual Language Programの日本の英語教育への応用の可能性?アルバカーキ市における Dual Language Programの実践報告
    • Mika Ito (Tokai University) & Nobumi Kanazawa (Komazawa Women’s Junior College) [JPN]
  • 外国語(英語)学習に関する高校生の考え方に関する研究?BALLIの日本人学習者、特 に高校生に焦点を当てた改訂?
    • Sakae Suzuki (Kanagawa Sohgoh High School/ Temple University) & Tazuru Wada (Nittai Ebara High School/ Temple University) [JPN]
  • Factors that influence the understandability of English Errors
    • Noriko Nakanishi (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies) [ENG]
  • Japanese English speakers’ sensitivity to emotional expressions
    • Megumi Kawate-Mierzejewska (Temple University Japan) [ENG]
  • Can I join your pajama party?: Language and power on Israel-Palestine checkpoints
    • Yoshimi Miyake (Tel Aviv University) [ENG]
  • 12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:00 JSLS General Meeting (Bldg. #6, Room 310)

14:05-15:20 Plenary 2

  • Dr. Dan Slobin (University of California, Berkeley) (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • Chair: Kei Nakamura (Keio University)
  • The child learns to think for speaking: Puzzles of crosslinguistic diversity in form-meaning mappings

15:30-17:30 Oral Presentations (Sessions 7 & 8)

Session 7 [English] L1

  • Chair: Eiko Kato-Otani (Osaka Jogakuin College)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 310)
  • 15:30-15:55
    • Mothers’ perspective-taking in stories told to 3-year olds: Implications for cultural asymmetries in Japanese and American socialization for empathy
      • Tomoko Wakabayashi (San Jose State University)
  • 16:00-16:25
    • An investigation of maternal communicative styles during conversations with young children: Drawing on the analysis of the expression of communicative intentions in Japanese
      • Hiromi Tsuji (Osaka Shoin Women’s University) & Rhona Stainthorp (University of London)
  • 16:25-16:35 10 minute break
  • 16:35-17:00
    • Toward a typology of “oblique” noun phrase accessibility: A cognitive-functional account
      • Prashant Pardeshi (Kobe University), Luming Wang & Kaoru Horie (Tohoku University)
  • 17:05-17:30
    • Syllable fusion and tone-syllable alignment in Taiwanese reduced phrases
      • Shu-hui Peng (National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan)

Session 8 [English] EFL L2

  • Chair: Masahiko Minami (San Francisco State University)
  • (Bldg. #6, Room 210)
  • 15:30-15:55
    • An investigation into Cantonese ESL learner’s acquisition of English onsets
      • Alice Y. W. Chan (City University of Hong Kong)
  • 16:00-16:25
    • Attachment preference and the role of referential information in second language parsing
    • Yuki Hirose (University of Tokyo), Taisuke Goya (The University of Electro Communications) &Yukiko Ofuru (Nomura Research Institute)
  • -16:25-16:35 10 minute break
  • 16:35-17:00
    • On-task versus off-task self-assessments among elementary school students
      • Yuko Goto Butler & Jiyoon Lee (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 17:05-17:30
    • Acquisition of reverse order strategy in narrative temporality development by Japanese-English bilinguals
      • Noriko Akiho-Toyoda (Meikai University)
  • -17:30-17:45 Closing Ceremony (Bldg. #6, Room 310)