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An Analysis of Japanese Sentence-final Particle Yone: Compare Yone and Ne in Response

Jun Xu
2021 Dialogue and Discourse  
Yone, a Japanese sentence-final particle (SFP), is frequently used in conversation, and some functions overlap with ne, another SFP.  ...  This study argues that the two Japanese sentence-final particles, yone and ne, express a distinction about the speaker's state of mind: yone indicates that an idea has been on the speaker's mind, while  ...  Introduction Ne and yone are two frequently used Japanese sentence-final particles in conversation (e.g., Asano-Cavanagh, 2011; Cook, 1990 Cook, , 1992;; Hasegawa, 2010; Hasunuma, 1992 Hasunuma, , 1995  ... 
doi:10.5210/dad.2021.206 fatcat:qbsmzmyitnejddgo7wur2hiyt4

The sentence-final particles ne and yo in soliloquial Japanese

Yoko Hasegawa
2010 Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association  
This paper investigates the Japanese sentence-final particles ne and yo as they occur in soliloquy.  ...  In order to investigate how communicative and non-communicative intentions influence utterances, an experiment was conducted in which soliloquies of native speakers of Japanese were examined.  ...  Concluding remarks Following a brief summary of previous works on the Japanese sentence-final particles ne and yo, this paper analyzed these particles as they occur in the 10 Atkinson and Shiffrin  ... 
doi:10.1075/prag.20.1.04has fatcat:aw6c5qg5bjgunoptxhiz2p257m

Japanese n deshita in Discourse: Past Form of n desu

Hironori NISHI
2017 Acta Linguistica Asiatica  
N deshita/datta, which is the past-tense form of n desu/da, has not been explored in depth in studies of Japanese Linguistics.  ...  past-tense connections for the preceding item such as the sentential ending particle kke, the tara structure, and the tari structure.  ...  it is used with the sentence-final ne or yone.  ... 
doi:10.4312/ala.7.1.41-56 fatcat:46yv4jieoffqjec2mf5nufieje

Blogging Identity: How L2 Learners Express Themselves

Kiyomi FUJII
2015 Acta Linguistica Asiatica  
However, when expressing emotion some students preferred informal endings, or sentence-final particles.  ...  When learners of Japanese express their identities while interacting with others in their target language, they feel a gap between the self-image they want to present, and the image they are capable of  ...  Sentence-final particles used in the posted messages were limited in number; ne: 7, yo: 2, yone: 2, na: 2.  ... 
doi:10.4312/ala.5.1.53-70 fatcat:hzxre732ijfuhffvy74stmeece

Affect in Japanese women's letter writing

Kuniyoshi Kataoka
1995 Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association  
Analysis of sentence final particles ne, yo, and yone 2.1.  ...  Their letters were particularly characterized by thc disproportionate incidence of sentence-final particles ne and 1,o, both of which have been suggested to be relatively 'neutral' markers of gender in  ... 
doi:10.1075/prag.5.4.02kat fatcat:cturoxya6ffddcewcro72fmyha

Japanese interactional particles yo, ne and yone : their functions and acquisition by Japanese language learners

Yasuko Goto
1998
This thesis analyzes the functions and Japanese language learners' acquisition of the interactional particles yo, ne and yone, which frequently occur in Japanese conversations.  ...  The Japanese language possesses a class of particles called "interactional particles" which appear in and facilitate interactions among people.  ...  Questions Concerning the Sentence-Final Particles Yo, Ne and Yone: The following questions concern Japanese sentence-final particles yo, ne and yone.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0088582 fatcat:dtcjfulcjnfpzi7pjps6a6lim4

Toward mapping pragmatic impairment of autism spectrum disorder individuals through the development of a corpus of spoken Japanese

Sumi Kato, Kazuaki Hanawa, Vo Phuong Linh, Manabu Saito, Ryuichi Iimura, Kentaro Inui, Kazuhiko Nakamura, Mitsuru Kikuchi
2022 PLoS ONE  
comprehensive mapping of PI in the spoken language of Japanese ASD individuals.  ...  We exemplified the mapping procedure with a focus on the spoken use of negotiating particles.  ...  Negotiating particle sentence-ending particles; 1.kana 2.kane 3.sa 4.ne 5.yo 6.yona 7.yone: Particle-8.kane 9.sa 10.ne 11.yo-at places other than the end of the sentence: other-12.ne 12 11.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0264204 pmid:35213580 pmcid:PMC8880787 fatcat:r4pnnxwihnfglgfcceyowv6zlu

Normative Forms and Integrated Structure of Japanese in Incubation Period

Young Hee Hwang
2020 Acta Linguistica Asiatica  
sentence-final particles to further grammatical structures.  ...  formal style of verb sentences and its deviation from the actual use of norms (analysis form) and non-norms (synthetic form).  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF-2019S1A5A2A01035182).  ... 
doi:10.4312/ala.10.2.105-125 fatcat:ayxkatgzhzdrvjbfbw7vt3wyaq

ROZUMIENIE TERMINÓW PRAWNYCH PRZEZ NIESPECJALISTÓW W DOBIE SYSTEMU OPARTEGO NA SĘDZIACH NIEZAWODOWYCH W JAPONII

Mami Hiraike OKAWARA
2012 Comparative Legilinguistics  
(picking it up and looking at it) new product copula final particle Ii desu ne. good copula final particle 'Is this a new product? It's good, isn't it?'  ...  (b) Waga: Tada, kono bunya ni kanshite, The only thing this field about uchi wa tano kaisha ni kurabete our company topic marker other company compare okureteru kara na, behind because final particle urikomi  ...  Korosuki tteiuka satsui desu ne.  ... 
doi:10.14746/cl.2012.12.02 fatcat:dvng43wctzc3hnxerewkea3ite

Soliloquy for linguistic investigation

Yoko Hasegawa
2011 Studies in Language  
Based on experimentally obtained soliloquy data in Japanese, three issues are considered: gendered language, the sentence-final particlesneandyo, and theko-so-ademonstratives.  ...  An analysis of soliloquy can open a window to a better understanding of our mental activities.  ...  topics: gendered language, the sentence-final particles ne and yo, and demonstratives.  ... 
doi:10.1075/sl.35.1.01has fatcat:yamjytgmujcplo4j2hgkvm3mta

Is Japanese Gendered Language used on Twitter? A Large Scale Study

Stefano Maria Iacus, Tiziana Carpi
2020 Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies  
A large scale textual analysis is performed on this corpus to identify and examine sentencefinal particles (SFPs) and first-person pronouns appearing in the texts.  ...  Starting from a collection of 408 million Japanese tweets from 2015 till 2019 and an additional sample of 2355 manually classified Twitter accounts timelines into gender and categories (politicians, musicians  ...  We also acknowledge Marina Gaeta, Lucia Mancini, Chiara Ricupero and Chen Xing Yi for their accurate coding activity and participation to the project.  ... 
doi:10.30935/ojcmt/9141 fatcat:pt4r7ylqvva4tbl6ft4wvuhr3m

Is Japanese gendered language used on Twitter ? A large scale study [article]

Tiziana Carpi, Stefano Maria Iacus
2020 arXiv   pre-print
A large scale textual analysis is performed on this corpus to identify and examine sentence-final particles (SFPs) and first-person pronouns appearing in the texts.  ...  Starting from a collection of 408 million Japanese tweets from 2015 till 2019 and an additional sample of 2355 manually classified Twitter accounts timelines into gender and categories (politicians, musicians  ...  We also acknowledge Marina Gaeta, Lucia Mancini, Chiara Ricupero and Chen Xing Yi for their accurate coding activity and participation to the project.  ... 
arXiv:2006.15935v2 fatcat:yfrfkfgilnfpznummmddgm47wi

日本語における句末音調の機能 : 話者交替の談話機能に焦点を当てて(<特集>イントネーション研究の現代的課題)
The Functions of Phrase Final Tones in Japanese: Focus on Turn-Taking(Current Issues in Intonational Research)

Carlos Toshinori ISHI
2006 Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan  
Acknowledgements This work was supported partly by the M inistry of Internal A ffairs and Communications, and by the Japan Science and Technology Agency.  ...  In K oyama (1997), communication functions of the intonation of sentence final particles and auxiliary verbs ("bunmatsushi'' in Japanese) are investigated for the particles "no", "yo" and "daroo".  ...  Analysis results showed relationship between tones and tum -taking functions in utterances ending with non-final particles/auxiliary verbs, and in part of phrases ending with final particles.  ... 
doi:10.24467/onseikenkyu.10.3_18 fatcat:smr3cmfo6rbanooccedj5dnc4m

Deictic and anaphoric uses of the Japanese demonstratives ko-so-a

Yoko Hasegawa
2012 Journal of Japanese Linguistics  
In soliloquy, the Japanese deixis system consists of a two-way opposition, viz. ko- vs. a-.  ...  Adopting Chafe's (1994) theory of consciousness, it is hypothesized that (i) a- is used when the referent is in the speaker's peripheral consciousness, and (ii) ko- is used to refer to an entity if it  ...  Finally, in Section 5, the uses of so-and a-were compared in terms of Donnellan's (1966) referential-attributive distinction.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jjl-2012-0105 fatcat:42ey2x5p5rhuvmezqqoq3qnhwu

Repair After Next Turn: The Last Structurally Provided Defense of Intersubjectivity in Conversation

Emanuel A. Schegloff
1992 American Journal of Sociology  
Society of Japan for their valuable discussions and comments.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Susumu Kubo, Yusuke Kubota, Eric McCready, Kojiro Nabeshima, Harumi Sawada, Hiroaki Tanaka, Etsuko Yoshida and the audience at the 13th Annual Meeting of the Pragmatic  ...  Final particles yo, as well as ne and yone are often considered as markers of epistemic stances (Koyama 1997; Kato 2001; Morita 2002 Morita , 2005 Kanai 2004 ).  ... 
doi:10.1086/229903 fatcat:3de62qtcdzee5ovpfje55rucey
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