Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 55
2007-03-28 発行

日本語の他動詞文におけるデ格と主語の意味役割

Case Particle "de" and Subject's Thematic Role in Japanese Transitive Sentences
Suzuki, Yoko
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abstract
The purpose of this study is to consider the framework that makes Japanese non-prototypical transitive sentence clear, and show the validity of this framework : We use following framework to examine classification.(1) object change transitive sentences (2) affected object transitive sentences (3) subject change transitive sentences (4) affected subject transitive sentences. We then consider the possible interpretations of the subject's thematic role and the intentionality in those transitive sentences.Furthermore, we consider the effects of case particle "de" (Instrumental case, Locative, Causative) in Japanese transitive sentences. If we use the framework mentioned above, we can easily analyze the structure of complex transitive sentences like the "Quasi-Transitive Sentence" (Amano 1987).
subject
case particle “de"
intentionality
doer
thematic role
Quasi-Transitive Sentence
デ格
意図性
行為者
意味役割
状態変化主主体の他動詞文
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