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MASUKO, Mayumi

マスコ マユミ | MASUKO, Mayumi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (1): Linguistics
Research keywords  (1): Theoretical Linguistics (esp. Semantics and Pragmatics)
Papers (45):
  • Mayumi Masuko. Gricean Politeness. Linguistics Association of Great Britain Annual Meeting/University of Essex. 2008
  • Mayumi Masuko. A Solution to Some Morphosyntactic-Semantic Interrace Puzzles in Japanese. The Fourth International Symposium on Politeness/The Hungarian Academy of Science & Research Institute of Linguistics. 2008
  • Mayumi Masuko. No need to separate? Conventional versus generalized conversational implicature. Linguistics Association of Great Britain Annual Meeting/University of Cambridge. 2005
  • Mayumi Masuko. A Spurious Distinction? Conventional vs. Generalized Conversational Implicature. Workshop "The Semantics/Pragmatics Distinction: What Is It, and Does It Matter?/University of Paris XI & VIII. 2005
  • Mayumi Masuko. Referential Expressions and Syntax-Semantics(-Pragmatics) Interface. First International Workshop on Current Research in the Semantics-Pragmatics Interace/Michigan State University. 2003
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Books (10):
  • Expressing Adversity
    K. Jaszczolt & K. Turner (eds.) Contrastive Semantics and Pragmatics/Amsterdam: Pergamon. 1995
  • Sorting Out the Inventory
    Working Notes for the AAAI Spring Symposium on Computational Implicature/AAAI. 1996
  • Representation and Interpretation
    S. Botley et al. (eds.) Approaches to Discourse Anaphora: Proceedings 1996
  • English Vocabulary for Academic Purposes: Analysis of Data from the Physical and Social Sciences
    Tokyo: Liber Press 1997
  • Enriching Lexical Information: A Case of Scalar Implicature
    K. Mihara et al. (eds.) Papers from the Fourteenth National Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan 1997
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Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • Expressive Meanings and the Gricean Programme
    (The Pragmatics of the Americas Conference 2012)
Education (3):
  • International Christian University College of Liberal Arts English Linguistics, Division of Languages
  • University of Sussex School of Social Sciences Linguistics, Cognitive Sciences Programme
  • University of Cambridge Department of Linguistics MPhil & PhD in Linguistics
Professional career (3):
  • BA (Liberal Arts; English Linguistics) (International Christian University)
  • MPhil in Linguistics (University of Cambridge)
  • PhD in Linguistics (University of Cambridge, U.K.)
Work history (1):
  • 2007/10 - 2009/03 Visiting researcher Computer Laboratory & Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Awards (1):
  • 1998/09 - JACET Award (Academic)
Association Membership(s) (2):
Philological Society ,  The English Linguistic Society of Japan
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