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Associate Professor

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Sugimoto Campus

Current Career 【 display / non-display

  • Osaka City University   Center for Research and Development of Higher Education   Associate Professor  


Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • First Appearances of Case Particle ga in the Acquisition of Japanese : A Classification Based on Relationship between Aspects of Predicates and Their Subjects

    HASHIMOTO Tomoya, AMANO Shigeaki, KONDO Tadahisa

    The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, IEICE technical report  107 ( 138 ) 41 - 44 2007.07  [Refereed]

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    Japanese case particle ga indicate the following three relationships between noun phrase and predicate: NOMINATIVE-MOVEMENT (inu ga hoeru [dog NOM bark; 'a dog barks']); NOMINATIVE-CONDITION (inu ga iru [dog NOM exist; 'there is a dog']); and ACCUSATIVE-CONDITION (inu ga hoshii [dog ACC want; 'I want a dog']). To examine the order of occurrence of the three relationships, the analyses were performed on longitudinal data of two infants. The results showed that both infants produced ga indicating CONDITION first. These results indicate that CONDITION affects the acquisition of case particle ga.


Conference Activities & Talks 【 display / non-display

  • What sort of personnel are shouldering the responsibility of IR in Japan?

    Hashimoto, T, Shiroishi, T

    2018 AIR Forum  2018.05 

  • Feasible ways to benchmark with inadequate database systems

    Tomoya Hashimoto, Tetsuya Shiroishi

    2017 AIR Forum  2017.06 

  • Data-driven approach to dropout prevention in Japan

    Tomoya Hashimoto

    Data-driven approach to dropout prevention in Japan  2016.06