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Niinuma Fumikazu

ニイヌマ フミカズ | Niinuma Fumikazu
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (3): English linguistics ,  Japanese linguistics ,  Linguistics
Research keywords  (2): dialects ,  Syntax Morphology Complex Predicates Honorification
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 2006 - 2008 Syntactic and Morphological analysis of Honorification
MISC (11):
  • Otomo Asako, Niinuma Fumikazu, Maki Hideki. The Minimal English Test as a Placement Test : A Preliminary Study. The journal of Morioka College. 2011. 28. 1-8
  • MAKI Hideki, KASAI Chise, HASEBE Megumi, GOTO Kenichi, NIINUMA Fumikazu. Correlation Between ESL Proficiency and Arithmetic Ability : A Preliminary Study on the Correlation Between the Scores on the Minimal English Test and the Time to Complete the 100 Square Calculation. Bulletin of the Faculty of Regional Studies, Gifu University. 2009. 24. 45-51
  • MAKI Hideki, NINUMA Fumikazu, KASAI Chise, GOTO Kenichi, IMAMAKI Hirotaka, DUNTON Jessica. A Statistical Analysis of the Correlation Between the Scores on the Minimal English Test and the Scores on the Kanji Test: A Preliminary Study. Bulletin of the Faculty of Regional Studies, Gifu University. 2008. 22. 75-81
  • MAKI Hideki, GOTO Kenichi, KASAI Chise, NIINUMA Fumikazu. The Goto English Test (GET) : A Strong Correlation with the Minimal English Test (MET). Bulletin of the Faculty of Regional Studies, Gifu University. 2006. 19. 39-45
  • MAKI Hideki, KASAI Chise, GOTO Kenichi, MORITA Yuka, MIYAMOTO Yoichi, NIINUMA Fumikazu, UCHIBORI Asako, SAWASAKI Koichi, UEDA Yukiko, DATE Masahiko, TAGAWA Kenjiro. The Minimal English Test (MET) and the Relative Clause Test (RCT): A Preliminary Study. Bulletin of the Faculty of Regional Studies, Gifu University. 2006. 18. 117-124
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Books (3):
  • The syntax of pro in Japanese:Evidence from Postposition dropping
    Minimalist Views on Interfaces 2004
  • Moved elements undergo Agree after Move (with Myung-Kwan Park)
    Proceedings of the 4<sup>th</sup>GLOW in Asia 2003 2004
  • The Syntax of Honorification
    MITWPL 2003
Education (3):
  • - 2003 University of Connecticut Department of Linguistics Linguistics
  • - 1996 Iwate University Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • - 1996 Iwate University Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences The faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Work history (2):
  • 2013 - Morioka University
  • 2003 - - Assistant Professor, Kochi Gakuen College
Association Membership(s) (3):
THE ENGLISH LITERARY SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  The English Linguistic Society of Japan ,  The Linguistic Society of Japan
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