Ryoko Suzuki

List of John Benjamins publications for which Ryoko Suzuki plays a role.

Titles

Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units

Edited by Tsuyoshi Ono, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki

[Benjamins Current Topics, 114] 2021. v, 204 pp.
Subjects Functional linguistics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics | Typology

Usage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units

Edited by Tsuyoshi Ono, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki

Special issue of Studies in Language 43:2 (2019) vi, 253 pp.
Subjects Functional linguistics | Theoretical linguistics | Typology
Subjects Discourse studies | Functional linguistics | Pragmatics | Syntax

Historical Changes in Japanese: Subjectivity and intersubjectivity

Edited by Noriko O. Onodera and Ryoko Suzuki

Special issue of Journal of Historical Pragmatics 8:2 (2007) 176 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Historical linguistics | Pragmatics

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The focus of this study is the creation of novel ad hoc expressions from the perspective of referentiality. Through the close analysis of three cases from video-recorded conversations in Japanese, we find that speakers create novel NPs by manipulating referentiality and embodiment, and achieve… read more | Chapter
Laury, Ritva, Tsuyoshi Ono and Ryoko Suzuki 2021 Questioning the clause as a crosslinguistic unit in grammar and interactionUsage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units, Ono, Tsuyoshi, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki (eds.), pp. 123–160
This paper focuses on ‘clause’, a celebrated structural unit in linguistics, by comparing Finnish and Japanese, two languages which are genetically, typologically, and areally distinct from each other and from English, the language on the basis of which this structural unit has been most typically… read more | Chapter
Ono, Tsuyoshi, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki 2021 On the notion of unit in the study of human languagesUsage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units, Ono, Tsuyoshi, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki (eds.), pp. 1–9
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This chapter examines the phenomenon called ‘zero anaphora’ in Japanese where syntactic arguments, thought to be projected by the predicates, are assumed to be deleted yet their referents are still tracked. A close inspection of representative narrative and interactive segments reveals that… read more | Chapter
Laury, Ritva, Tsuyoshi Ono and Ryoko Suzuki 2019 Questioning the clause as a crosslinguistic unit in grammar and interactionUsage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units, Ono, Tsuyoshi, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki (eds.), pp. 364–401
This paper focuses on ‘clause’, a celebrated structural unit in linguistics, by comparing Finnish and Japanese, two languages which are genetically, typologically, and areally distinct from each other and from English, the language on the basis of which this structural unit has been most typically… read more | Article
Ono, Tsuyoshi, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki 2019 On the notion of unit in the study of human languagesUsage-based and Typological Approaches to Linguistic Units, Ono, Tsuyoshi, Ritva Laury and Ryoko Suzuki (eds.), pp. 245–253
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Laury, Ritva and Ryoko Suzuki 2011 IntroductionSubordination in Conversation: A cross-linguistic perspective, Laury, Ritva and Ryoko Suzuki (eds.), pp. 1–10
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Tte is a frequent marker in Japanese conversation exhibiting multiple discourse functions: as a quotative, topic-marker, utterance-final pragmatic particle, and utterance-initial repair marker. We focus on the relationship between the original quotative function and the topic-marking function found… read more | Article
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This article discusses the process of (inter)subjectification in grammatical constructions including tte, which is known as the quotative complementizer in present-day Japanese. About 170 instances of tte constructions that appeared in the conversational data spanning over 200 years are analyzed,… read more | Article
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