List of Conference Papers (No.1-No.54)


Translated by Fumio Inoue, Daniel Long and Takesi Sibata


No. 1 (June 5, 1965) at Tezukayama Gakuin Junior College


  • Kiichi Iitoyo: On the so-called voicing phenomenon in Tohoku dialect
  • Haruhiko Kindaichi: Examples of Ainu substratum in Hokuoo (Northern-most Honshuu) dialect
  • Munemasa Tokugawa: The isoglosses of understanding and usage
  • Minoru Umegaki: Honorific expressions in the Kinki region (Central Honshuu)
  • Takesi Sibata: Kyuushuu dialect forms found in Nippo-Jisho (The Japanese-Portuguese Dictionary, 17th century)
  • Teruo Hirayama: On the Ryukyu dialect
  • Masanaka Ooiwa: Archaic words and dialect

No. 2 (November 10, 1965) at Yushima Seidoo

  • Yuichi Komatsushiro: A criticism on the "dialect correction" education in Iwate Prefecture
  • Isamu Ueno: On the distribution of dialects in the southern foot of Akagi, Gunma Prefecture
  • Tsuneo Tsuzuku: Notes on the grammar of Tokyo dialect
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: On historical facts concerning the separation of Arai and Maisaka dialects, Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Akikatsu Kagami: A consideration of the pitch accent of place names based on their geographical distribution
  • Shin Kawakami: Development of the Kamei-Mase theory of accentuation
  • Mitsuo Okumura: A study of the genealogy of honorifics in sentence final particles: part of a study on modern Kyoto-Osaka dialects
  • Toshiaki Muroyama: On auxiliary verbs of assertion in the dialect of Okutango-Sodeshi, Kyoto Prefecture
  • Kazue Akinaga: Pitch accent of the Sanagi Island, Seto Inland Sea: facts raized from the most complicated accentual system in Japan
  • Kichijiro Mushiaki: On "Oen" (impossible)

No. 3 (October 9, 1966) at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

  • Torao Sato: Dialectal expressions in an area bordering Ise, Iga and Yamato regions (southern Kinki district)
  • Hiroyasu Kanbe: On the sentence-final particles "bai" and "tai" in Kyuushuu dialect
  • Masamichi Nobayashi: The application of "syntax" in dialectal grammar: taking Hichiku (Northern Kyuushuu) dialect as an example
  • W. A. Grootaers: Reconsideration of Kunio Yanagita's "A Study of `katatsumuri' (snail)": an interim report

No. 4 (May 21, 1967) at Tohoku University

  • Eiichiro Kawamoto: The syllables beginning with "s" and "z" in the northern Sanriku area, Iwate Prefecture
  • Ryoichi Sato: The actual state of "fluctuation" in pitch accent: the case of northern Miyagi Prefecture
  • Yasushi Haga: A problem of methodology in dialectology
  • Yoshio Mase: School districts and dialect
  • Masanobu Kato: The grouping of word forms in a linguistic atlas
  • Yoichi Fujiwara: Miyagi dialect and Yamagata dialect in Northern Japan

No. 5 (November 3, 1967) at Hiroshima University

  • SYMPOSIUM: Mitsuo Okumura, Munemasa Tokugawa and Takesi Sibata (Chairman): History of the Japanese language and dialects
  • Ichiro Ooshima: Forms of volition and inference in the Izu Islands dialect
  • Toshiharu Yamamoto: Forms of supposition in the Osaka dialect
  • Nobuko Okano: "To", "so" and "N" in the Shimagoo area of Wakamatsu Ward, Kitakyuushuu City: the reality of the Shimagoo dialect situated in a border area
  • Sukezumi Hino: Words used in "Ukiyoburo" and "Ukiyodoko" (literary works of Edo Period) and the Kanagawa Prefecture dialect
  • Minoru Umegaki: Studies of Japanese dialects recorded in the early "Bulletin of the Asiatic Society of Japan"

No. 6 (May 31, 1968) at Tokyo Metropolitan University

  • Chokujin Uchima: The structure of verb conjugations in the Ryukyu dialect
  • Motoatsu Tomita and Minoru Wada: Making a Dictionary of commonplace dialect words: (appendix) application of accent marks
  • Nobuaki Kato: A problem of accent in border areas: especially in the basin of the Yoshino River, Shikoku district
  • Fumio Inoue: Factors in the changes in syllables beginning with "g"
  • Fumio Kusakabe: Systems of syllables in various dialects
  • Shigeru Sato: What we can find from the Linguistic Atlas of Japan?

No. 7 (November 8, 1968) at Kochi University

  • Makoto Takada: On figures 66, 67 and 68 in "the Linguistic Atlas of Japan": seeking the relationship between linguistic geography and the structure of meaning
  • Ryoji Kamata: Does the Izumo dialect (Shimane) have the characteristics of eastern dialects of Japan?
  • Hiroshi Kanno: Consonant structure and bound forms in dialects of Fukushima Prefecture, Toohoku district
  • Kazuyoshi Hamada: Research into the pitch accent of the Shimanto River Basin, Shikoku district
  • Tadao Hojo: Seeking the etymology of "toki" (crested ibis): comparing Japanese language history and dialects
  • Sueo Kikuzawa: On the dialectal territory of "sero" (do!) in Toohoku dialect

No. 8 (May 26, 1969) at Dooshisha University

  • Hiroshi Hondo: The consciousness of women's speech in the Hokuoo (Northern-most Honshuu) dialect
  • Akira Sato: The etymology of "kooru" (to freeze)
  • Teruhiro Hayata: On the types of voice pitch in sentences of the Tokyo Dialect
  • Sai Tada: The knowledge of dialect as "common sense" of the Japanese language focusing on accent

No. 9 (October 27, 1969) at Ishikawa Prefectural Social Education Center

  • Jiro Nagase: The history of dialectal expressions and lexical systems
  • Shinji Sanada: Geographical distribution and lexical systems of dialectal words for "frog": at the border area of Toyama, Gifu and Ishikawa Prefectures
  • Takeshi Kato: On "The Linguistic Atlas of Gifu Prefecture"
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: What is "gira"?: a criticism of the hopeless theory of one-pattern (phonologically insignificant) pitch accent
  • Hachiro Yasutaka Atago: On nominative particles in the Okunoto-Suzu dialect, Ishikawa Prefecture
  • Tsutomu Fujiwara: Dialect and folklore: characteristics of names of gods in the Toohoku Region

No. 10 (May 29, 1970) at Gakushuin University

  • Fumio Watanabe: Connections between eastern and western dialects in the southwestern part of Niigata Prefecture: especially on pitch accent and grammar
  • Osamu Nakajo: Phonological rules in conjugation
  • Masachie Nakamoto: Historical formation of vowel systems in Ryukyu dialect
  • DISCUSSION: W. A. Grootaers and Munemasa Tokugawa (Chairpersons): What is "interpretation" in linguistic geography?: making use of actual materials

No. 11 (October 23, 1970) at Shimane University

  • Yasuko Shimomura: Comparison of the pitch accent in the Aki-Kannoura (Koochi Prefecture) and Koochi City dialects
  • Kyozo Kimura: On responsives in the dialect of Kyoto City
  • Nobuko Okano: On the late Subeo Okada's work in the compilation of "The Linguistic Atlas of Seto Inland Sea"
  • Shunji Setoguchi: Using archaisms in the dialect sub-divisions of southwestern Kyuushuu to shed light on "dialect sub-divisions" in Southern Kyuushuu
  • Nobuaki Kato: Characteristics of the Shodo-shima Island dialect, Shikoku region

No. 12 (May 21, 1971) at Kansai University of Foreign Studies

  • Ikuko Shimizu: Change of the pitch accent in a group of four-mora nouns in the Tokyo dialect: focusing on the so-called "AB type"
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: On the pitch accent of two-mora nouns in the Ibuki-jima Island dialect, Seto Inland Sea
  • Shoji Kuwahara: Geographical distribution of star constellation names especially in Hyoogo Prefecture
  • Fumio Inoue: Limitations of linguistic geography
  • Yukio Tachibana: Adjectives in the Akashi dialect
  • Toshiaki Muroyama: A Comparative study of adverbial words in western and eastern Hooki dialects in Tottori Prefecture
  • Minoru Umegaki: "Naniwa dialect" and "The Dictionary of New Osaka Dialect"

No. 13 (October 15, 1971) at Yamagata University

  • Yasuko Mitsuishi: Regularity and individuality in language change: from the distribution of "kataashi-tobi o suru" (to hop on one leg) in Iiyama-Arai Region, Nagano Prefecture
  • Munemasa Tokugawa: How to deal with isolated examples in linguistic atlas
  • Shichiro Sugawara: On the place-name "Hake"
  • Toshio Goto: Does the word "semido" in Azuma-uta (poems from Eastern Japan in the "Manyo Anthology") really correspond to "shimizu" in the eastern dialect of Japan?
  • Sueo Kikuzawa: On the location (region) of "kihatsuku" in the poem No.3444 of "Manyo Anthology" and the pronunciation of "notanaFu"

No. 14 (May 19, 1972) at Kokugakuin University

  • Reiko Kinoda: On accent change in northeastern Saitama Prefecture
  • Kisei Higa: A detailed reconsideration of phonological correspondences indispensable to the comparative studies of the Ryukyu dialect
  • Toshiaki Yoshikawa: The system of honorific expressions in the Toyohashi dialect, Aichi Prefecture
  • Yukio Noguchi: The system of honorific expressions in Nishi-sakaya dialect, Niigata Prefecture
  • Yasuaki Narita: The case particle "ni" and its related things: a linguistic geographical study of the southern end of the Boosoo Peninsula, Chiba Prefecture
  • Toyoko Tsuruta: An example of linguistic propagation in a regional city
  • Fumio Watanabe: A linguistic geographical study of "Torioi-uta" (bird dispersing songs) in Niigata Prefecture

No. 15 (October 20, 1972) at Okayama University

  • SYMPOSIUM: Shigeru Sato, Kunimichi Fukushima and Masanobu Kato: Linguistic geography and the history of words
  • Nobuo Taniguchi and Naoki Tamano: "Kamakiri" (praying mantis) and "tokage" (lizard): a comparison of the studies of linguistic geography, social geography and cultural geography
  • Kichijiro Mushiaki: Distribution of the copular verbs "da, ja and ya": the case of Sakai, Okayama Prefecture
  • Naoki Sogo: An attempt at a structural "dialect dictionary": a glimpse at a dialect dictionary of Shimotsui, Okayama Prefecture
  • Yoneichi Ono: On language change caused by mass migration to Hokkaido: the case of the Ninomiya Farm in Toyokoro Town, Tokachi-Nakagawa County, Hokkaido

No. 16 (June 1, 1973) at Tenri University

  • Kyoko Oosaki, Michiko Nishida, Reiko Naito and Atsuko Matsuura: Distribution of words in Nanjo County and Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture
  • Hiroaki Ooishi and Hiroyuki Kunii: A linguistic geographical study of "aze" (ridge between rice-fields)
  • Yasuko Shimomura: On long vowels and short vowels
  • Munemasa Tokugawa, Hiroshi Hondo, Ryoichi Sato and Makoto Takada: On the geographical distribution of word pitch accent
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: A study of the patterns in "one-pattern pitch accent"

No. 17 (October 26, 1973) at Iwate Medical Science Collage

  • Hiroshi Tagomori: Documents of ancient eastern Japan and their linguistic indexes
  • Yasuko Mitsuishi: On the omission of mid-word voiced nasal sounds in syllables beginning with "g" in the Iiyama region, Nagano Prefecture
  • Zendo Uwano: Phonological structure of Shizukuishi dialect, Iwate Prefecture
  • Minoru Sato: Dialect and the word history of "kitsutsuki" (woodpecker)
  • Takesi Sibata and Fumio Inoue: Micro-place names as an idiolectal lexicon in a small area
  • Eiichiro Kawamoto: The writing system of nasal "g" sounds seen in "Gokuchu-ki" (prison notes) of the late Edo period
  • Tadao Hojo: A Historical study of "expressions of reason and ite origin" in Toohoku dialect

No. 18 (May 24, 1974) at Chiba University

  • Naoki Sogo: Classification and definition of the word "sakana" (fish): from the linguistic study of Shimotsui, Okayama Prefecture
  • Shinji Sanada: The lexical structure of plant names in Etchuu-Gokayama dialect, Toyama Prefecture
  • Masumi Ookawa: Regional and situational differences in the dialect of Shizukuishi, Iwate Prefecture
  • Kiichi Iitoyo: The confusion of "i"/"e" and "shi"/"su" in the Toohoku dialect
  • Kisei Higa: Sporadic collection of folk songs and folk tales and Japanese dialectology
  • Sueo Kikuzawa: The location (region) and the meaning of the poem "nasenokoya" (No.3458) in Azuma-uta of "Manyo Anthology" vol. 14. (eastern songs of the Manyo period)

No. 19 (November 15, 1974) at Aichi University of Education

  • Jun Yano: "Gay-quarter novelettes" as material for Kyoto-Osaka speech of the late Modern period
  • Koichiro Hidaka: On the central vowels "e" and "i" in the Nishi-Usuki dialect, Miyazaki Prefecture
  • Takao Sugimura: Address terms used among family members in Wakago, Izu-niijima Island, Shizuoka Prefecture
  • Tsuneo Tsuzuku, Hiroshi Hayakawa and Koya Watanabe: An outline of the dialects of Echigo (Niigata Prefecture)
  • Tamakichi Matsunaga: An attempt at comparative dialectology: Izumo (Shimane Prefecture) dialect and Etchu (Toyama Prefecture) dialect
  • Ryoichi Sato, Makoto Takada, Munemasa Tokugawa and Hiroshi Hondo: Geographical and situational differences between the case of the basin of the Kuma River, Kumamoto Prefecture
  • Masakuni Kurata: On geographical differences and distribution patterns of dialects particularly in Mie Prefecture

No. 20 (May 30, 1975) at Otani Women's College

  • Junichi Inagawa: On pitch accent of the Chikuzen area (Fukuoka Prefecture)
  • Hiroshi Baba: Dialectal expressions for "Mt. Isurugi" in Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture
  • Tomosuke Watanabe: A sociolinguistic study of the characteristics of meaning and usage of individual kinship terms for family members
  • Tsunao Ogino: Drawing and analyzing dialectal maps by computer
  • Miyoko Sugito and Setsuko Nakano: On the confusion between the consonants "z" and "d" in Taki County, Kyoto Prefecture
  • SYMPOSIUM: Masanobu Kato, Sukezumi Hino, W. A. Grootaers and Takesi Sibata (Chairman): For what purpose do we study dialects?

No. 21 (November 7, 1975) at Fukuoka University of Education

  • Suguru Kashiwabara: The structure of phrase and accent: focusing on Kita-Kyuushuu
  • Zendo Uwano: Geographical distribution of pitch accent in dialectal forms
  • Ryochi Fujimoto: Dialectal expressions for "kataguruma" (riding on the shoulders) in Fukui Prefecture
  • Naoki Sogo: A study of the detailed vocabulary for the sea vocabulary from the linguistic study of Shimotsui, Okayama Prefecture
  • Shozo Kurokawa: Japanese language in Hawaii: A consideration with a focus on the use of the first person pronoun by the Issei
  • Kisei Higa: The most important precondition for predictions in comparative dialectology
  • Masao Tsuchikawa: The distribution map of long vowels made by the Japanese Language Survey Committee: "u-onbin" ("u" alternation) and "tsu-onbin" ("tsu" alternation)
  • Tadao Hojo: Problems in the grammar of Kyuushuu dialect

No. 22 (May 14, 1976) at Rissho University

  • Sanae Maeda: A study of the dialect of the Oku-Mino region, Gifu Prefecture
  • Shigeri Yabuhara: Dialectal vocabulary relating to flax in Kiso-Kaida village, Nagano Prefecture
  • Norio Yoshida: Lexical systems and geographical variation of words for body-parts: focusing on the Edagawa-Higashidani dialect of Ino Town, Agawa County, Koochi Prefecture
  • Mariko Tatsuhama: Aspect expressions in the Aioi dialect, Hyoogo Prefecture
  • Minoru Yamada: Existential expressions in Amami-Yoron (Okinawa) dialects
  • Yasuko Mitsuishi: Geographical distribution of sentences for honorific expressions
  • Seizo Aoyagi: Words for directions and tides on the eastern coast of mainland Honshuu and the coasts of the Izu Islands, Shizuoka Prefecture

No. 23 (November 5, 1976) at Shizuoka University

  • Satoshi Toki: On the consciousness of syllables in the dialect of Fukaura, Aomori Prefecture: particularly on so-called special (moraic) syllables
  • Kenji Takahashi: A semantic study of "supporting" verbs in the Shikoku dialect
  • Kyozo Kimura: Research on Kiyomizu-yaki pottery making terms in Kyoto
  • Hirofumi Sakimura: A study of the grammar of the Kurume dialect
  • Mayumi Kudo: Standardization and dialectalization of honorific expressions in the younger generations: from research in Uwajima City, Ehime Prefecture
  • Osamu Nakajo and Toshio Nakada: Diffusion tendencies seen in the distribution of words: from linguistic research on the Abe and Warashina Rivers in Shizuoka City
  • Yoshio Mase: Bird dispersing songs in Kami-ina, Nagano Prefecture and neighboring areas
  • Atsushi Hiroto: The genealogy of words for snake

No. 24 (May 20, 1977) at Kyoto Junior College of Household Management

  • Masaaki Shimono: Devoicing of vowels in the southwestern dialects of Toyama Prefecture: an interim study of the birth of "Zuu-zuu" dialects
  • Nozomi Akiyoshi: On dialects in "Tookaidoochuu Hizakurige", a literary work of Edo Period
  • Isamu Nagao: A study of "tsuyu" (the rainy season)
  • Shunichi Yoshiike and Mari Hashimoto: There is distribution in cases of collateral usage of two or more words: a suggestion for reinforcing interpretations in linguistic geography
  • Motoei Sawaki: The pattern of geographical distribution in Tokuno-shima dialect, Kagoshima Prefecture
  • Isamu Ueno: Change in dialectal expressions for "kamakiri" (praying mantis): from a 38-year span follow-up survey
  • Jiro Nagase: Standard forms and dialectal forms
  • Takesi Sibata and Emiko Ishikawa: Twenty years of the Itoigawa dialect

No. 25 (October 7, 1977) at Akita University

  • Naoki Sogo: On "yagoo" (names of household) used by an individual: from research at Tsutsu, Tsushima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture
  • Sueo Kikuzawa: On place names of unidentified regions in Azuma-uta(eastern poems in "Manyo Anthology")
  • Tsunao Ogino: Reconsidering the Locality Code System of the National Language Research Institute
  • Yoneichi Ono: A study of the standardization of coastal speech in Hokkaido
  • Ken Nakayama: Characteristics of adjectives in Akita dialect: focusing on the independent usage of inflectional endings
  • Kiichi Morishita and Hideo Iizuka: On factors of diffusion into remote areas: the case of the southwestern part of Tochigi Prefecture
  • Atsushi Hiroto: Annual rings of the dialectal forms for pumpkin: interpretation of the "Linguistic Atlas of Five Prefectures of Chuugoku District"

No. 26 (May 26, 1978) at Aoyama Gakuin University

  • Katsuhiko Fujita and Tsunao Ogino: Honorifics in contemporary Sapporo City: a comparison between people in condominiums and single dwellings
  • Kazuo Kato: Distributional pattern of words in areas around Kyoto: from research in the Wakasa Region of Fukui Prefecture
  • Tamie Konuma and Shinji Sanada: The actual state of distribution of dialects in northern Metropolitan Tokyo
  • Chitsuko Ozaki: Distribution of medieval open vowels in the Chuugoku district: using material from "The Linguistic Atlas of Five Prefectures in Chuugoku District"
  • Yumi Nakajima: Distribution of pitch accent around the border of Tsugaru and Nanbu feudal domains, Aomori Prefecture
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: Interpretation of the distribution of pitch accent in the Western Mino region, Gifu Prefecture
  • Hideki Sasaki: Change in lexical structure "frog" terms at the southern end of Boosoo Peninsula, Chiba Prefectere
  • Hiroshi Baba: Dialect distribution in Oku-Noto, Ishikawa Prefecture
  • W. A. Grootaers: Comparison between "The Linguistic Atlas of Japan" (LAJ) and "The Dialect Atlas of Kanto Area" (DAK): Considering the methodology of dialect geography

No. 27 (October 20, 1978) at Kumamoto University

  • Tomoko Ueno: On the conjunctive postpositions "kara" (because) and "keredomo" (but) in Nishi-Sonogi dialect, Nagasaki Prefecture
  • Sayuri Hikihara: On case particles "ga" and "no" in dialects: focusing on quasi-noun particles
  • Noboru Miyamoto: On dialectal zones around the Kanmon Strait
  • Takahiro Okamura: Phonological distribution in Tokunoshima Island: on syllables beginning with "s"
  • Takesi Sibata and Yasuko Mitsuishi: Dilettantism and dialectal study: the case of Jippo Karakawa
  • DISCUSSION: Shigeru Sato: A suggestion on the methods of linguistic surveys focusing on resistance to standard language: from a survey of Toyama and Ishikawa Prefectures

No. 28 (May 11, 1979) at Osaka Shoin Women's College

  • Hiromitsu Machi: Differences in the meaning and usage of the adjectival endings "-san" and "-shan" in Southern Island dialect: centering on Asado dialect, Yoron Island
  • Hiroko Oki: Gender differences in honorific expressions: from an "all-resident" survey of Sueyoshi-Doowazawa village on Hachijo Island
  • Hirofumi Sakimura: The Language life of regional soldiers in Edo in the late Modern period
  • Sueo Kikuzawa: On "nakamana" (No.3401) in Shinano poems in the "Manyo Anthology"
  • Koichiro Hidaka: Geographical differences of speech: from a nationwide correspondence research
  • Isamu Ueno: Dialectal expressions for "otamajakushi" (tadpole): from a small follow-up survey to "The Linguistic Atlas of Japan"
  • Miyoko Sugito: On the actual state and physical/acoustic features in utterances of the low-falling type pitch accent in Kinki dialect

No. 29 (October 19, 1979) at Tohoku University

  • Chitsuko Ozaki, Yasuko Misonoo, Katsuhiko Fujita and Tsunao Ogino: Situational differences of honorifics: from a survey of honorifics in Sapporo (1)
  • Tsunao Ogino: Quantification of politeness: from a survey of honorifics in Sapporo (2)
  • Fumio Inoue, Jiro Nagase and Motoei Sawaki: "New dialects" and new words, fad words: a glottogram survey of Mogami County, Yamagata Prefecture
  • Kazuyuki Sato: Formants of "i" and "e" in the Nagai dialect, Yamagata Prefecture
  • Makoto Kuno and Mariko Kuno: Problems in the semantic description of dialect vocabulary for all Japan: focusing on the vocabulary of parts of the body in the Kinki dialect
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: A suggestion on additions to the "principles of distribution": on the basis of dialectal forms of "katatsumuri" (snail) in "The Linguistic Atlas of Japan"
  • Katsuo Oohashi: A geographical study of dialects in the Kantoo district: especially on the distribution of the pitch accents of two syllabic homonymic nouns in the eastern area of Saitama Prefecture

No. 30 (May 23, 1980) at Gakushuin University

  • Masao Oono: On the "special pitch accent" of the northeastern part of Saitama Prefecture
  • Hiromi Hashimoto: Various aspects of sentence endings beginning with "n": focusing on the dialect of southern Yoshino county, Nara Prefecture
  • Hiroshi Baba: Dialect distribution of "tonbo" (dragonfly) in the Noto Peninsula: describing the generic names from individual names
  • Atsushi Hiroto: Dialect distribution and a word history of mushroom in the Chuugoku Region: focusing on the pitch accent of "take"
  • Kikuo Nomoto, Fujio Minami, Kiyoshi Egawa and Masato Yoneda: Linguistic research in large cities
  • Kanehiko Yoshida: A study of the structure of dialectal words: on "kagayaku" (to be numb with cold and to search) in Gunma Prefecture
  • Takema Takato: LECTURES: Prospects and retrospects of dialect studies: Past and present of the periodical "Dialect"
  • Haruhiko Kindaichi: LECTURES: Prospects and retrospects of dialect studies: The world of dialectology at that time

No. 31 (October 24, 1980) at Shinshuu University

  • Ikuko Sumida: On "goto/gotaru" (as) in Kyuushuu and Yamaguchi Prefecture
  • Koichi Shirono: Changes from "okire" to "okiro" (get up!) and from "okiro" to "okire" in Hokkaido
  • Isamu Ueno: Changes in the vocabulary of an individual
  • Tadao Hojo: A consideration on the etymology of "oname" (mistress): relating to legends of male and female forests
  • Takashi Kobayashi: Homonymic clash and semantic relations: focusing on the Linguistic Atlas of Western Takada, Niigata Prefecture
  • Sukezumi Hino: Relationships between the geographical distribution of basic words and word history: on the co-existence of "ie" and "uchi" (house)
  • Chiyokichi Aoki: On the distribution of several dialect forms in the north Shinano Region, Nagano Prefecture
  • Eitaro Oota: LECTURE: A retrospective review of Japanese dialectological studies: up to the publication of "Dialect Forms for Medaka (killifish)"

No. 32 (May 22, 1981) at Konan Women's College

  • Toshio Nakada: Meaning and distribution of "-saru" form verbs in eastern Japanese dialects
  • Nobuko Kibe: Pitch accent and grammatical characteristics of auxiliary verbs: taking Kita-kyuushuu dialect as an example
  • Kenji Takahashi and Yumi Kawai: Meaning and distribution of dialectal expressions in Chuugoku and Shikoku: focusing on "miteru" (to lose)
  • Kensaku Okitsu: "Idiomatic preference" in Awajishima Island, Seto Inland Sea
  • Takashi Sato and Fumio Inoue: "New dialect" in Northern Kantoo region
  • W. A. Grootaers: A hypothesis on the genesis of accentless dialects

No. 33 (October 23, 1981) at Hiroshima University

  • Emiko Sakai: Lexical systems for Japanese clothing terms: the case of Ishii Town, Tokushima Prefecture
  • Megumi Shigeta: The vocabulary of wind terms of fishermen in and around the Tango Peninsula, Kyoto Prefecture
  • Kazuyuki Sato: /ki/ and /ke/ in Nagai dialect, Yamagata Prefecture: through perceptual experiment and formant analysis
  • Isamu Ueno: On the period of alternation of new words and old words
  • Yoshinobu Hikosaka: On the creation of vowel-stem inflected "sa" irregular verbs "seru"(to do) in and around Aichi Prefecture
  • Hatsuo Ushiyama: Distribution and decline of the use of "na na:to(do)" (do not!) in former Suwa County, Nagano Prefecture

No. 34 (May 21, 1982) at Waseda University

  • Kuniaki Ajiki: A word history of "take-uma" (stilts): in the Saitama dialect, nationwide dialects and in documents
  • Masataka Jinnouchi: "Evolutive change" and "adaptive change" observed in dialects: the case of Kyuushuu dialect
  • Masaaki Shimono: Geographical differences of honorific expressions in Amami-Ooshima Island: linguistic geography of sentence expressions
  • Takekazu Fukuzawa: The original meaning of the affix "-sa"
  • Noriko Kogure: A consideration on eastern and western accents of loanwords
  • Naoya Tsuzome: The actual state of pitch accent in and around northern Tokyo
  • Hirofumi Sakimura: Tone dialects in Tokunoshima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture
  • Kenjiro Soeda: A consideration on the pitch accent of Mishima Island in Hagi City, Yamaguchi Prefecture
  • Miyoko Sugito and Ayako Okumura: Utterances between mother and child informants in low-falling type pitch accent in Kinki dialect
  • Eiichi Mitsuya: LECTURE: A retrospective on the world of dialectology in the early Showa period (1920s)

No. 35 (October 22, 1982) at Kagawa University

  • Kikuo Maekawa: Methods to quantificationally grasp the confusion between two vowels
  • Mitsunari Nakama: Adjectives in the Ryuukyuu-Miyako dialect
  • Takao Sugimura: Household names ("Yagoo") and "kado-na" in Iki Island, especially in the Yurihata-fure, Tateishi-nishi-fure and Yumoto-ura areas of Katsumoto Town, Nagasaki Prefecture
  • Tadao Hojo: "Shi" and "mi" (meat) of animals as a reflection of the diet of the Japanese people: focusing on the semantic development of "mi"
  • Hiroko Komatsu and Kenji Takahashi: Differences according to area and age in the Monobe River Basin dialects of Kochi Prefecture
  • Shigeru Sato: "Sentaku" and "sendaku" (washing): another way to read Fig. 160 of LAJ

No. 36 (May 20, 1983) at Kyoto University Hall

  • Masamichi Mochizuki: On the verbatim notes of the "Ansai(Yamazaki)" School as dialect material
  • Katsuyoshi Fujita: A study of honorific expressions using the correspondence between address terms and predicates: taking Yamaguchi dialect as an example
  • Masataka Jinnouchi: Geographical and gender differences in dialect usage: speech of younger generation in Fukuoka City
  • Eiichi Mizutani: On "Linguistic Atlas of the Nara-Mie Prefectural Border"
  • Ryoichi Sato and Hiroe Shirasawa: A re-survey of the same informant ten years later
  • Keizo Takahashi: Grammatical characteristics of the Nanbu dialect, Aomori Prefecture

No. 37 (October 21, 1983) at Toyama University

  • Akemi Sasayama: On the dialect of Yao Town: structural considerations of the grammar of Yao Town dialect, Toyama Prefecture
  • Huang Hong-Xin: Kinship relations and honorific expressions in Sendai City: from a study using different situational settings for different ages
  • Tetsuo Nitta: Changes in the pitch accent of two morae nouns in Kaga Region, Ishikawa Prefecture
  • Makoto Kuno: Occupational vocabulary in Kyoto City
  • Hitoshi Nakamata: "Abu" (horsefly) and "magari-ya" (L-shaped house): seeking the point of contact between linguistic history and cultural history
  • Ryochi Fujimoto: On dialectal forms for wind in Fukui Prefecture: "etchuu-koshi" and "nishi-kochi"
  • Isamu Ueno: Dialect forms for "pachinko" (slingshot)

No. 38 (May 18, 1984) at National Language Research Institute

  • Masao Aizawa: Change from the end-high type to non-end-high type of Tokyo pitch accent: ways to grasp the fluctuation between A and B types
  • Harutsugu Yamaura: Grammatical structure and the principle of pitch accent which rules it in Kesen dialect, Iwate Prefecture
  • Hideki Sasaki: Yanagita's " A study of `katatsumuri' (snail)" seen from present dialectology
  • Koichi Arai: Aspects of verbs in the Sakata dialect, Yamagata Prefecture
  • Katsumi Shibuya: Distribution and historical change in potential expressions
  • Takesi Sibata and Yasuo Kumagai: The "network method" for areal divisions according to linguistic features
  • Tomosuke Watanabe and Shigenobu Mochizuki: Social changes and the standard of honorific behavior in a northern village in Akita Prefecture

No. 39 (October 19, 1984) at Chukyo University

  • Yuriko Oohashi: From the present dialect to dialect documents: an attempt at a historical study of the Nagasaki dialect
  • Shigeo Arai: A quantitative study of the vocabulary in the western Kanto dialect
  • Tsunao Ogino, Fumio Inoue and Hiroshi Tahara: On the inflow of new expressions from the environs to the center of Tokyo
  • Kiyotaka Yamamoto: A phase of standardization in the Hachijojima dialect: on expressions of existence "aru / iru" and expressions of aspect "te aru / te iru"
  • Akihiro Kaneda: On indicative affixes attached to predicates in the Okitama dialect, Yamagata Prefecture
  • Eisaku Sato: Consideration of the structure of pitch accent in the dialect of Ibuki-jima Island, Kagawa Prefecture
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: The pitch accent of the Tonyuu dialect in Tokuyama Village, Gifu Prefecture

No. 40 (May 24, 1985) at Osaka University

  • Hiroyuki Kanazawa: On the omission of particles in the Osaka dialect: with material taken from "rakugo" (comic story telling)
  • Hirofumi Sakimura: Reconsideration on accentless dialects in Ryukyu Islands
  • Yasubei Matsuishi: "Yanagawa Hoogen Googasha Issatsu" (1) : Philology of a Yanagawa(Fukuoka Prefecture) dialect document
  • Satoko Ishii: Dialect distribution from the viewpoint of the territories of early modern feudal lords: on the basis of the "Linguistic Atlas of Japan"
  • Takahiro Sato: A comparison of the geographical diffusion of language in the Kanto and Kansai regions
  • Ayako Ichimori: Distribution of dialectal words in and around the Udo Peninsula, Kumamoto Prefecture
  • Kenji Takahashi: Differences according to area and age in dialects between Matsuyama City and Koochi City: the processes, methods of analysis and results of glottogram research
  • Hiroshi Baba: Various distribution patterns of dialects in Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture

No. 41 (October 25, 1985) at Miyagi Gakuin Women's College

  • Tetsuya Sawaguchi: Consciousness of standard language in accent and the actual state: cases of junior high school students in Tsu City and Misato Village, Mie Prefecture
  • Hiroshi Tahara: The situation of linguistic standardization in areas from Tokyo to Fukushima: on area, age and language consciousness
  • Takashi Nagata: Language change and language consciousness in Tokyo
  • Taeko Nakabayashi: Perceptions and changes in cooking terms: focusing on the dialect of southern Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture
  • Masafumi Hosui: Dialectal forms for earwax: nationwide distribution from a correspondence survey
  • Koichi Arai: The second imperative forms in verbs, "shita, shiteda, shitta, shitedda" of the Shoonai dialect, Yamagata Prefecture
  • Harutsugu Yamaura: Subject and subordinate in the Kesen "language" (a dialect in Iwate Prefecture)

No. 42 (May 23, 1986) at Showa Women's University

  • Hatsuo Kobayashi: Changes in the dialectal words of high school students in Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture: change over five years and relationships with places of dwelling and parents' occupations
  • Koji Saito: Phonological interpretation of word-medial voiced consonant phenomenon: focusing on Iwate dialect
  • Tetsuo Ito: On boundaries in dialect division
  • Shigeru Takanaga: A sociolinguistic study of "to-nuke" (non-use of particle "to") in the dialect of Miyajima, Hiroshima Prefecture
  • Harumi Mitsui: Changes in the pitch accent of three morae Chinese-derived words in Tokyo speech
  • Naoya Tsuzome and Miharu Teramoto: On the pitch accent of eastern Izumo, Shimane Prefecture
  • Yasubei Matsuishi: Introduction to "Yanagawa Hoogen Googasha Issatsu" (II)

No. 43 (October 17, 1986) at Kagoshima University

  • Sei Nikaido: The pitch accent of the Hita Region, Ooita Prefecture: on the adoption of standard Japanese
  • Mari Nakamura: The pitch accent of the Northern Kyuushuu dialect
  • Nobuko Kibe: On the "mora pitch accent" of Kokura dialect in Kitakyuushuu City, Fukuoka Prefecture
  • Seiichi Nakai: Distribution of honorific expression forms in central and southern parts of the Nara Basin, Nara Prefecture
  • Kenjiro Matsuda: The actual state of the [?3] non-labialization phenomenon in a hamlet: from research in Osato, Okinawa City
  • Naokazu Hashio and Motohisa Imaishi: Changes in some special sounds of Tokunoshima, Amami lslands: a study with spectrographic analysis
  • Shinsuke Kishie: The language life of students in Osaka Municipal high schools
  • Ayako Ichimori: Change and standardization of dialectal words in the Nagao District of Shiranui Town, Kumamoto Prefecture: a report of an "all-residents" survey in four communities
  • Tadao Hojo: "Tombo" (dragonfly): its forms and the dialect circumference(concentric circle) theory of dialect

No. 44 (May 22, 1987) at Konan Women's College

  • Hiroaki Miyaji: Differences in honorifics used toward listeners and for a third person in Kinki dialect
  • Takuichiro Oonishi: On two kinds of end-rising intonations in Sendai dialect, Miyagi Prefecture
  • Tetsuo Nitta: On distinction loss in the pitch accent of verb
  • Eisaku Sato: On the "falling tone" in pitch accent: with a report on the contours of conjugatable words in Takase dialect, Kagawa Prefecture
  • Takashi Nagata: A study on the method of guessing the dialect of a speaker Takumi Kasuya Dialect distribution patterns based on phonological features
  • Yasuo Kumagai and Takesi Sibata: The network method for areal divisions according to linguistic features (II): focusing on comparisons with other methods
  • Motoei Sawaki: Quantitative characteristics of word forms in linguistic maps
  • Hideki Sasaki: On the consciousness of "k" omissions in elementary and junior high school students in the Kazusa and Awa Regions, Chiba Prefecture

No. 45 (October 23, 1987) at Sugiyama Women's College

  • Fumiko Inoue: On verb aspects of the coastal dialects of Kii Peninsula, Mie Prefecture
  • Koichi Shinozaki: Changes in medial "k" in the Chiba dialect
  • Naomi Takano: Concepts of things and lexical system: on forms for dragonfly and frog in the Aizu Region, Fukushima Prefecture
  • Kenzo Yamada: Characteristics of compound forms in linguistic atlases
  • Takahiro Sato: Standard forms not derived from Tokyo Japanese: the case of word forms derived from the western Japan
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: On the Tarui (Gifu Prefecture) type pitch accent
  • Yoshio Mase and Ryoichi Sato: Features of the contemporary Tokyo pitch accent: focusing on differences in age groups and "accent dictionaries"

No. 46 (May 20, 1988) at Kokugakuin University

  • Kenjiro Matsuda: A preliminary survey for surveying surveys
  • Kikuo Maekawa and Nobuko Ikemoto: On factors relevant to the standardization of palatalized consonants in /se/ and /ze/ syllables: from sociolinguistic research in Karo Town, Tottori City
  • Keiko Uemura, Sumie Sakaki and Yasuo Yoshioka: Factors of utterance politeness and individual differences: from research on honorific behavior at Takahama-Miyanomae, Amakusa Town, Kumamoto Prefecture
  • Fumitaka Shimura: Characteristics of dialect distribution along the border of Nanbu and Date feudal territories, Iwate Prefecture
  • Yukio Noguchi: On the distribution of ending forms in folktales in Niigata Prefecture
  • Keisuke Ogata: Phonological description of the Segami dialect, Kami-koshikijima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture
  • Hitomi Oono: "Iru", "yaru" and "taaru" ("-ing" forms) in the Kushimoto dialect, Wakayama Prefecture: their meanings and functions
  • Kichijiro Mushiaki: The systems and development of the progressives "-yoru" and "-toru" in the dialect of Okayama City

No. 47 (October 14, 1988) at Hirosaki University

  • Norio Masui: "Degree adverbial" usage of adjectives in the latter Early Modern period: on "ikoo(
  • Ken Nakayama: A study of the etymology of "ejime" and "ejiko" (a basket-like cradle)
  • Mie Inokuchi: Drawing the "Linguistic Atlas of Itoigawa" with a computer
  • Kaoru Imamura: On a few features of the Shimo-Ina dialect, in Nagano Prefecture
  • Takashi Nagata: Grammar of Common Japanese which has evolved in Okinawa
  • Rei Fukui: On interrogative sentence systems and their features
  • Harutsugu Yamaura: A study of "untse-haa" (no-yes) in Kesen dialect, Iwate Prefeture: reversed response forms in answering negative questions

No. 48 (May 19, 1989) at Mukogawa Women's University

  • Atsushi Ookawa: Resurveying for a small-area linguistic atlas: focusing on passively understood words
  • Daniel Long: On the adoption of the Kyoto-Osaka region dialect by migrants
  • Toshiko Muranaka: The actual state of sentence final expressions and contours in Kyoto speech
  • Kensaku Okitsu: Awaji dialect in the Japanese traditional ballad-drama "Gidayuu-Jooruri"
  • Bunji Kiriishi: On the subjective postposition "i" in the dialect of Ooita Prefecture
  • Koji Saito: A study of the vocalization of word-medial consonants in the dialect of Sanriku Town, Iwate Prefecture: according to phonetic environment, lexical conditions, age and situation differences
  • Mariko Kuno, Makoto Kuno and Masao Oono: On the process of disappearance of "yotsu-gana" (medieval distinctions between /di/-/ zi/ and /du/-/zu/) : the case of Nakamura City, Kochi Prefecture

No. 49 (October 27, 1989) at Ibaraki University

  • Akemi Mineda: On medial nasal in "g"
  • Megumi Kukita: Ways of developing discourse in the Tokyo dialect
  • Mitsuhiko Arimoto: Phonetic forms of /-te/ ("...shi-te") in the dialect of Shimo-sakiyama Town of the Gotoo Islands, Nagasaki Prefecture
  • Yoshimitsu Ozaki: Differences according to gender and situation and their changes in the words expressing "I" and "mother": from sociolinguistic research in Sapporo City
  • Yoshimichi Mizuno: From "Research on Standardization and the Actual State of Language Life in Sapporo City": on vocabulary
  • Shingo Hayano: On the suffixes "-me", "-ko" and "-bo(o)" in Tochigi and Ibaraki dialects
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: "Accentation" in the Ibaraki dialect

No. 50 (May 25, 1990) at Meikai University

  • SPECIAL SESSION: Dialects today: in what direction are dialects moving?
  • LECTURE: Munemasa Tokugawa: 25 years of the Dialectological Circle of Japan
  • Daniel Long: Drawing and reading perceptual dialect maps
  • Toru Bizen: To what degree are foreign students conscious of Japanese dialects?: from the results of research on foreign students in the Kinki Region
  • Masataka Jinnouchi: Unique usage of `kuru' (to come) in the dialect of Fukuoka City
  • Jiro Nagase: The present and future of dialects along the border between eastern and western dialects: on dialects along the border between Gifu and Nagano Prefectures
  • Takehiko Kandori and Shigeru Takanaga: The use of dialect and the living environment: comparing company housing and a spontaneous community
  • Ryoichi Sato: Will dialects die out?
  • Yasuo Yoshioka: Innovation of community language and differences in generations: the dynamism of change in Kumamoto Prefecture
  • Yoneichi Ono: Change in dialects: the actual state of change in Hokkaido
  • Kazuyuki Sato: Dialect and standard language in a dialect oriented society
  • Shinji Sanada: Problems in social dialectology

No. 51 (October 19, 1991) at Kochi Women's University

  • Liu Lei: Japanese and Chinese compared from their divergence in dialects: focusing on pitch accent
  • Atsushi Kamijo: "Bee, dambee" (will) in Adachi Ward, Tokyo
  • Nobusuke Kishie: The possibility of accent change from language contact: results of research on pitch accent in Kinki peripheral areas
  • Yumiko Doniwa: Dialect distribution along the border areas between Ishikawa and Toyama Prefectures
  • Yukihiro Yamaguchi: From "chichi-haha" to "otoosan-okaasan" (father-mother): reading "The Dictionary of Japanese Dialects"
  • Michinao Morohoshi: The "language life" of soldiers in Tosa feudal territory seen in the documents of Zuizan Takeichi
  • Tadao Hojo: Alternatiton of voiced and unvoiced sounds in compound and composite words: a full explanation for proof of the esteemed Masazumi's excellent idea

No. 52 (May 24, 1991) at Konan Women's College

  • Hideki Ito: On a change of "s" consonants in contemporary Japanese
  • Yukihiko Nakai: Accent when appearing on TV: the case of elementary school pupils in the Kinki Region appearing on local TV programs
  • Masahiro Kaburagi: An attempt at a description of dialectal sentence intonation: the case of the Osaka City dialect
  • Takehito Kikuchi: On the acquisition of "Hoogen Tatsuyooshoo" (Practical dialect glossary) by Iezo Sakurada and its bibliographical analysis: as a part of study on dialects of Sendai
  • Harutsugu Yamaura: Movements of oral organs during the pronunciation of vowel sounds in Kesen dialect: analysis with the NMR(nuclear magnetic resonance) method
  • Kenji Takahashi: "The Linguistic Atlas of Shikoku" project: an outline of the system and some actual examples
  • Seiichi Nakai: Honorific expressions in the present state of a developing "Kansai Common Japanese"
  • Yoshinobu Hikosaka: The distribution and history of affixes of inference in the western Tookai Region

No. 53 (October 18, 1991) at Kanazawa University

  • Osamu Matsumoto: A nationwide study of "aho","baka" (fool) dialects
  • Tetsuo Nitta: The dynamics of the Toyama City pitch accent: focusing on standardization of dialect
  • Hiroko Oki: Unnoticed dialectal forms: differences in meaning in eastern and western Japan in the aspectual form "-kakeru" (to begin to do)
  • Hiroshi Baba: Dialect distribution of terms for small seaside animals in the Noto Peninsula: on and of the Peninsula
  • Kichijiro Mushiaki: A word history of "hanzaki" and "ankoo": a consideration of the name "oo-sanshoo-uo" (giant salamander)
  • Chitsuko Fukushima: How will the use of personal computers change linguistic geography?: what can the SEAL program do?
  • Fumio Inoue: Possibilities for interlingual dialectology: the dialectal distribution of loanwords

No. 54 (May 22, 1992) at Tsukuba University

  • Mizuho Hidaka: On the systems of verbs for "to give" and "to take" in the Etchuu-Gokayama dialect, Toyama Prefecture: the development of point-of-view restrictions
  • Kan Sasaki: The `potential case' marker "-ngani" and the classification of noun phrases in the Mitsukaido dialect, Ibaraki Prefecture
  • Ayako Toda: On new adjectives in the Kansai District
  • Stella Artemyevna Bykova: Studies of Japanese dialects in Russia
  • Tae Jin, Chang: Sociolinguistics and study of Korean dialects
  • Eiju Sasaki: Problems of surveying and map drawing in the "Linguistic Atlas of England" (LAE)
  • Hitomi Ono: Verbs of existence in the coastal dialects of Nanki, Wakayama Prefecture
  • Shinsuke Kishie: High phrase-initial contours in the Kumano accent, Wakayama Prefecture Back to top page


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