南部 智史: コーパスを用いた「が/の」交替の数量的分析
NAMBU Satoshi: Quantitative Analysis of GA/NO Conversion using Corpus

by 南部 智史 (NAMBU Satoshi)


This paper will investigate language change in GA/NO Conversion and give factors which affect GA/NO Conversion based on a quantitative analysis using a corpus. Harada (1971) has an intriguing hypothesis of language change in GA/NO Conversion that GA/NO Conversion is decreasing gradually in the Tokyo dialect. Although quite a number of detailed studies have appeared on the analysis of GA/NO Conversion, most of them concentrate on the syntactic explanation and pay little attention to the language change hypothesis proposed in Harada (1971). This paper will focus on the language change hypothesis which have been neglected for such a long period. This paper adopts the Minutes of Japanese Diet as a corpus which provides speech data recorded across a long term. I will discuss language change and factors using a probability of the case marker no in the minutes.

 
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