"While maintaining the well-balanced coverage of Japanese linguistics of the earlier edition, Tsujimura manages to explore a variety of new issues in the experimental and applied areas. The well-chosen additional problem sets guide students towards important topics for future research." Junko Ito, University of California, Santa Cruz "This revised edition provides in-depth coverage of all areas of Japanese grammar and will be a valuable pedagogical and reference work for anyone interested in Japanese linguistics." Peter Sells, Stanford University "In this new edition, Tsujimura gives in-depth discussions of all major areas in Japanese linguistics, including recent discoveries and a whole new chapter on language acquisition." Haruo Kubozono, Kobe University, Japan.Vom Verlag:
The new edition of An Introduction to Japanese Linguistics gives an updated, comprehensive account of Japanese linguistics, covering phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language change, dialect variation, and gender differences. * Changes in the new edition include a new chapter on language acquisition, which includes experimental research and its implications for phonological, syntactic, and semantic issues * Introduces linguistic notions and terminology and discusses theoretical analyses of linguistic phenomena in the Japanese language * Focuses primarily on phonology and syntax, and adopts a generative grammar framework * Includes exercises exploring descriptive and theoretical issues and reading lists which introduce students to the research literature
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