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著者
Tamaoka, Katsuo
Matsuoka, Chizuko
Makioka, Shogo
キーワード
light verb -suru
aspect
verb-likeness
two kanji-compound words
binary logistic regression analysis
Hayashi's Quantitative Theory Type III
NDC
日本語
抄録(英)
In the Japanese language, the light verb –suru can be attached to various two-kanji compound words containing a verb-like feature (or aspects) to allow them to be used as a verb. Using a large sample of the 2,000 two-kanji compound words, encompassing a little less than 80 percent of the total two-kanji compound words printed in 14 years of Asahi Newspaper issues, the present study investigates how much the light verb attachment is predicted by four aspects: inchoative, durative, telic and stative. A binary logistic regression analysis indicates that all four aspects are significant predictors. Among them, the telic aspect shows an overwhelmingly high predictive power. The quantitative theory type III analysis further demonstrates that, in contrast to the stative aspect, the inchoative, durative and telic aspects share a similar semantic feature of time series. Nevertheless, since the telic aspect overlaps not only the time series feature of the inchoative and durative aspects, but also the stative aspect, it is the most effective single predictor for light verb attachment, showing an extremely high prediction percentage of 93.64 with 1.05 percent error.
掲載誌名
Glottometrics
10巻
開始ページ
73
終了ページ
81
出版年月日
2005
言語
英語
NII資源タイプ
学術雑誌論文
広大資料タイプ
学術雑誌論文
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