List of John Benjamins publications for which Kuniyoshi Kataoka plays a role.
Chapter 1. Shifting bonds in suspect interrogations: A focus on person-reference and modality. Bonding through Context: Language and interactional alignment in Japanese situated discourse, Ide, Risako and Kaori Hata (eds.), pp. 17–382020.
In this paper I will examine a series of police interrogations in which various “bonding” strategies – typically linguistic “modality” and “person reference” in Japanese – are employed. The prosecution process in Japan is notorious for unduly allowing the police to extend the detention period while… read more | Chapter
“Involved” speech style and deictic management of spatio-temporal and textual reference: A case of ko/so-deictics in Japanese. Style Shifting in Japanese, Jones, Kimberly and Tsuyoshi Ono (eds.), pp. 251–2842008.
Review of Sakita (2002): Reporting Discourse, Tense, and Cognition. Pragmatics & Cognition 12:1, pp. 204–2132004.
Form and function of emotive pictorial signs in casual letter writing. Written Language & Literacy 6:1, pp. 1–292003.
Young Japanese women effectively construct and manipulate their emotive stances through the use of special pictorial signs and their graph(em)ic modifications in casual letter-writing among friends. To achieve this, the writers use a para-/metalinguistic and indexical means of “contextualization”… read more | Miscellaneous
Emotion and youth identities in personal letter writing: An analysis of pictorial signs and unconventional punctuation. Discourse Constructions of Youth Identities, Androutsopoulos, Jannis and Alexandra Georgakopoulou (eds.), pp. 121–1492003.
Tense Marking in the English of Spanish-speaking Adolescents. Second Language Acquisition and Linguistic Variation, Bayley, Robert and Dennis R. Preston (eds.), pp. 121 ff.1996.