国立民族学博物館博物館
Japanese
国立民族学博物館 日本財団助成手話言語学研究部門(みんぱく手話部門)/ Sign Language Linguistics Research Section (SiLLR)

Publications and Dissemination

Publications

  • SAGARA, Keiko. 2017. Changes to vocabulary in Japanese Sign Language and Taiwan Sign Language: Focusing on number representation. Historical Linguistics in Japan 6: 17-44.
  • Hara, Daisuke. 2016. Japanese Sign Language: An introduction. In Masahiko Minami (ed.) Handbook of Japanese Applied Linguistics, pp. 441–456. Boston, MA: Gruyter Mouton.
  • Hara, Daisuke. 2016. An information-based approach to the syllable formation of Japanese Sign Language. In Masahiko Minami (ed.) Handbook of Japanese Applied Linguistics, pp. 457–482. Boston, MA: Gruyter Mouton.
  • Engberg-Pedersen, Elisabeth, & Christensen, R. V. 2016. Mental states and activities in Danish narratives: Children with autism and children with language impairment. Journal of Child Language, online version, doi: 10.1017/S0305000916000507.
  • Kikusawa, Ritsuko, Motoko Okumoto, Takuya Kubo, and Laura Rodrigo. 2016. Developing eLecture materials for hearing impaired students and researchers: Designing multiple-video programs and usability assessment. In Computers Helping People with Special Needs: 15th International Conference, ICCHP 2016 Linz, Austria, July 13–15, 2016.Proceedings, Part II, Springer, ed. by K. Miesenberger, C. Bühler and P. Penaz. pp. 415–419.
  • Zeshan, Ulrike & Keiko Sagara (eds.) 2016. Semantic Fields in Sign Languages: Colour, Kinship and Quantification, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter & Nijmegen: Ishara Press.
  • Zeshan, Ulrike & Keiko Sagara. 2016. A Comparative Typological Study. In Ulrike, Zeshan, and Keiko Sagara (eds.) Semantic Fields in Sign Languages: Colour, Kinship and Quantification, pp. 3‒37, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter & Nijmegen: Ishara Press.
  • Sagara, Keiko. 2016. Aspects of number and kinship terms in Japanese Sign Language. In Ulrike, Zeshan, and Keiko Sagara (eds.) Semantic Fields in Sign Languages, pp. 298-328, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter and Nijmegen: Ishara Press.

Presentations

  • Kikusawa, Ritsuko and Keiko Sagara. 2017. Paradigm Leveling in Japanese Sign Language and Related Languages. 23rd International Conference on Historical Linguistics. San Antonio. August 3rd, 2017.
  • NAKANO, Satoko, Daisuke HARA, Takayuki KANAZAWA, Kazuko KAWATSURU, Yuko HOSOI, Naoto MOCHIZUKI, Keita KUSUNOKI, and Airi ITO. 2017. Preliminary study on translation skills required for academic sign language interpreting: The case of a lecture on Japanese Sign Language translation by a Deaf interpreter lecturer. 55th meeting of the Japanese Association of Special Education. [CD-ROM]
  • Hara, Daisuke, and Makoto Miwa, 2017, The well-formedness condition of the Japanese Sign Language syllable, Conference: Language as a Form of Action, June, June 21-23, 2017, Rome, Italy.
  • MIWA, Makoto, Daisuke HARA. 2017. The Efficient active learning for eligibility analysis on syllable in Japanese Sign Language. 3rd meeting of the Language as Real-time Communication. Minpaku, April 22-23, 2017.
  • HARA, Daisuke. 2017. The skill of non-native Japanese Sign Language signer in evaluation of eligibility of syllable in Japanese Sign Language. 3rd meeting of the Language as Real-time Communication. Minpaku, April 22-23, 2017.
  • Engberg-Pedersen, Elisabeth. 2016. Speaker (un)certainty in sign languages, Joint Seminar No. 276 of the Research Departments, Minpaku, January 25, 2017.
  • NAKANO, Satoko, Daisuke HARA, Takayuki KANAZAWA and others. 2016. Preliminary study on translation by deaf interpreter: comparing with signing by hearing teacher of deaf school in spoken Japanese class. 54th meeting of the Japanese Association of Special Education. [CD-ROM]
  • YAWATA, Satoshi, Daisuke HARA and Makoto MIWA. 2016. The Elucidation of the eligibility of syllable in Japanese Sign Language through active learning. 1st meeting of the Language as Real-time Communication. Atami, July 9-10, 2016.
  • Engberg-Pedersen, Elisabeth. 2016. Modality effects orrhetorical style: What are signed languages good at? At The 5th Meeting of Signed and Spoken Language Linguistics, Minpaku, September 23-25, 2016.
  • Engberg-Pedersen, Elisabeth. 2016. Why do languages sound or look the way they do? Tohoku University, November 8, 2016.
  • Engberg-Pedersen, Elisabeth. 2016. Deaf children in Denmark 2016, Meisei Gakuen School for Deaf Children, Tokyo, December 12, 2016.