The NINJAL Salon provides an opportunity primarily for researchers working at the Institute (including project collaborators) to introduce their work to colleagues and exchange information. Attendance from outside is also welcomed. (Free of charge)

  • Schedule: 15:30-16:30 every Tuesday in principle
    (Including presentations, and questions and answers)
  • Venue: Multipurpose room of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics

  • 168thDecember 26, 2017
    • OKA Teruaki (Center for Corpus Development)
      "Automatic Extraction of New Lemma Candidates for UniDic from "NWJC" Using Randomized Algorithm"
  • 167thNovember 7, 2017
    • OCHI Ayako (JSL Research Division)
      "A Description of MOOD in Japanese -from a Systemic Functional Perspective"
  • 166thOctober 10, 2017
    • IDO Misato (Theory & Typology Division)
      "Negative Polarity of Toritateshi and Contrastive Wa"
  • 165thOctober 3, 2017
    • KUMAGAI Gakuji (Theory & Typology Division)
      "Identity Avoidance and OCP Effects in Japanese: Experimental Explorations"
  • 164thSeptember 12, 2017
    • KAWAI Masashi (Institutional Research Office)
      "Category Classification of Text Data Using a Machine Learning Algorithm"
  • 163rdJuly 25, 2017
    • IMAMURA Yasunari (JSL Research Division)
      "Development of the Handbook of Japanese Basic Verbs: Focusing on the Audiovisual Contents"
  • 162ndJune 27, 2017
    • NISHIUCHI Sae (Theory & Typology Division)
      "When are Dimensional Adjectives Used in Spanish & Japanese: The Case of “Alto” & “Takai”"
  • 161stJune 20, 2017
    • KONDO Asuko (Center for Corpus Development)
      "Diachronic Variation of First-Person Pronouns in Modern Japanese Literary Text"
  • 160thJune 6, 2017
    • YAMADA Masahiro (Institutional Research Office), NAKAGAWA Natsuko (JSPS Fellow)
      "“Port Language Revitalization” Project"
  • 159thMay 30, 2017
    • USAMI Mayumi (JSL Research Division)
      "New Development of ‘Discourse Politeness Theory’ as an Interpersonal Communication Theory: Focusing on the Concepts of ‘Time’, ‘Degree of Face Satisfaction’, and ‘Face Balance Principles’"
  • 158thApril 11, 2017
    • ISHIMOTO Yuichi (Center for Corpus Development), TAKADA Tomokazu (Language Change Division / Center for Research Resources)
      "NINJAL Media Resource Collection"