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Collaborative Research Projects (FY2009-2015)
The core research projects are large-scale inter-university projects for which the Institute makes an allout effort toward the academic purpose of elucidating the overall picture of the Japanese language. At present, under the leadership of full professors and invited professors, the projects are being implemented on the national and international levels in cooperation with domestic and overseas researchers and research organizations. Concurrently, middle- and small-scale projects have also started: “original/developing-type collaborative research,” which deals with topics that are novel and rich in originality, and “incubation/discovery-type collaborative research,” which is expected to bring forth a new dimension of research in the future.
|Project Title||Project Leader||Project Period|
|Form and Meaning in Japanese Complex Sentence Constructions||MASUOKA Takashi||November 2010 - October 2013|
|Analyzing Large-Scale Dialectal Survey Data from Multiple Perspectives||KUMAGAI Yasuo||October 2009 - September 2012|
|Contact Dialectology and Sociolinguistic Typology||ASAHI Yoshiyuki||October 2009 - September 2012|
|Historical Research on Japanese Grammar||AOKI Hirofumi||November 2010 - October 2013|
|Study on Documents and Meta-languages for Designing a Corpus of Modern Japanese||TANAKA Makiro||October 2009 - September 2012|
|Sharing of Conversation Corpora that Cover Diverse Styles and Settings||DEN Yasuharu||November 2011 - October 2014|
|Compilation of a Handbook of Usage of Japanese Basic Verbs for JFL Learners||Prashant PARDESHI||October 2009 - September 2012|
|Interdisciplinary Study on Learning Japanese and the Reality of Language Life of Foreign Permanent Residents in Japan||NOYAMA Hiroshi||October 2009 - September 2012|