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日本語系統論の現在

Edited by Alexander VOVIN / OSADA Toshiki, with the assistance of Kerri RUSSELL    International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2003.12.26.   <ISBN 4-9015-5817-X>

Contents
Articles in Japanese
Introduction
OSADA Toshiki
I THE SEARCH FOR THE ORIGINS OF THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE
The Genetic Relationship of the Japanese Language: Where do We Go from Here?
Alexander VOVIN
The Genetic Relationship of the Japanese Language: A Typological-Geographical Study
MATSUMOTO Katsumi
A Study of the Historical Relationship of the Koguryo Language, the Old Japanese Language, and the Middle Korean Language on the Basis of Fragmentary Glosses Preserved as Place Names in the Samguk Sagi
ITABASHI Yoshizo
A Reconstruction of the Proto-Japanese Vowel System on the Basis of the Data from Eastern Old Japanese
HINO Sukenari
II STUDIES ON THE LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN AND AROUND JAPAN: AINU, KOREAN, TUNGUSIC AND OTHER “ALTAIC” LANGUAGES
On the Historical Relationships between the Ainu and the Japanese Languages
NAKAGWA Hiroshi
Some Remarks on the Old Korean Language
FUKUI Rei
Some Grammatical Similarities between the Tungusic and the Old Japanese Languages
TSUMAGARI Toshiro
Do the Three Groups of the “Altaic” Languages (Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic), as well as Korean, really Resemble Japanese Grammatical Structure?: An Attempt at a Contrastive Grammar Analysis
KAZAMA Shinjiro
III LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY AND THE ORIGINS OF THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE
A Parametric Approach to Comparative Morphology
MINEGISHI Makoto
Agglutination in Linguistic Drift
KODAMA Nozomi
Why Japanese Linguists are not Taking the Debate on the Origins of the Japanese Language Seriously?
OSADA Toshiki
Articles in English
Introduction
Alexander VOVIN
IV THE COMPARATIVE METHOD, MIGRATIONS, AND RELATED ISSUES
Japanese, the Altaic Theory, and the Limits of Language Classification
Stefan GEORG
When did the Japanese Language Come to Japan?
William ROZYCKI
When and from Where did the Japonic Language Enter the Ryukyus?-A Critical Comparison of Language, Archaeology, and History
Leon A. SERAFIM
A Framework for the Study of Japanese Language Origins
Juha JANHUNEN
V OLD JAPANESE, AND PROTO-JAPONIC PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY
Old Japanese and Proto-Japonic Word Structure
Blaine ERICKSON
Contraction and Monophthongization in Old Japanese
Kerri RUSSELL
Conjunct Vowels and Voiced Obstruents in Old and Early Middle Japanese Poetry
KOBAYASHI Masato
Shippitsusha
Colophon