Fukazawa, Haruka

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Affiliation

Faculty of Business and Commerce (Hiyoshi)

Position

Professor

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  • '''''''Study on Linguistic Theory as Cognitive Science. Within the framwork of Optimality Theory, I have been theoretically examining phonological data in human languages, trying to find the general principle of them, and investigating how children acquire their complicated mother tongue from poor inputs.'''''''

Career 【 Display / hide

  • 1987.04
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    1991.03

    English Teacher, Shimura The 4th Junior High School

  • 1994.01
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    1995.06

    Teaching Assistant, Department of Japanese, Georgetown University

  • 1994.01
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    1995.12

    Part-time lecturer、Department of Japanese, The US-Japan Culture Association

  • 1995.08
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    1996.12

    Research Assistant, Department of Linguistics, University of Maryland at College Park

  • 1997.01
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    1998.05

    Teaching Assistant, Department of Linguistics, University of Maryland at College Part

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Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 1987.03

    Aoyama Gakuin University, Faculty of Literature, Department of Education

    University, Graduated

  • 1993.08

    West Virginia University, Department of Foreign Language, Linguistics and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

    USA, Graduate School, Completed, Master's course

  • 1995.08

    Georgetown University, Department of Language and Linguistics, Applied Linguistics

    USA, Graduate School, Withdrawal after completion of doctoral course requirements, Doctoral course

  • 1999.05

    University of Maryland at College Park, Department of Linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics, Cognitive Science

    USA, Graduate School, Completed, Doctoral course

Academic Degrees 【 Display / hide

  • MA in Foreign Language, West Virginia University, National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation, 1993.08

  • Ph.D in Linguistics, University of Maryland at College Park, National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation, 1999.05

 

Research Areas 【 Display / hide

  • Linguistics

Research Keywords 【 Display / hide

  • Optimality Theory

  • Theoretical Linguistics

  • Language Acquisition

  • Cognitive Science

  • Phonological Theory

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  • Articulatory Constraints and Asuditory Constraints in Optimality Theory, 

    2001
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    2007

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    Markedness constraints have been maily proposed from the articulatory viewpoint in Optimality Theory. In this research, I indicate that both articulatory and auditory constraints are necessary in the theory.

 

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  • 『最適性理論—生成文法における制約相互作用—』アラン・プリンス,ポール・スモレンスキー(著)

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA, 東京,岩波書店, 2008.09

    Scope: 1-390

  • 認知科学への招待2:心の研究の多様性を探る

    FUKAZAWA, HARUKA, KITAHARA, MAFUYU, 東京,研究社, 2006.12

    Scope: 17-31

  • 最新の音韻理論ハンドブック

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA, 英宝社, 2005.01

    Scope: 215-227

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    本論文が掲載された「音韻理論のハンドブック」は、研究を始めたばかりの大学院生にも役立てるよう構成された音韻理論全般にわたっての教科書ともなる本である。本論文はその中の最適性理論における章を担当している。最適性理論誕生の背景に始まり、理論の特徴、言語的な制約の性質、普遍文法内、個別文法内での働きを、英語の音節構造を例にとり説明している。

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  • 言語獲得研究の新たな展開

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA

    日本語学 臨時増刊号 (東京,明治書院)  30 ( 14 ) 213-221 2011.11

    Research paper (scientific journal), Single Work, Except for reviews

  • How do learners of Japanese process Japanese adjectival inflections?

    FUJIWARA, MIHO, FUKAZAWA, HARUKA

    The Conference Handbook of Seventh Internaitonal Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese (ICPLJ 7), (Internaitonal Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese)     50-51 2011.03

    Research paper (research society, symposium materials, etc.), Joint Work, Accepted

  • The role of indirect negative evidence and paradigm uniformity in L1 acquisition of the two types of Japanese adjective

    FUKAZAWA, HARUKA, FUJIWARA, NIHO

    The Proceedings of the Tenth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics (Tokyo, Tokyo Conference on Psycholoinguistics)  10   93-116 2009.11

    Research paper (research society, symposium materials, etc.), Joint Work, Accepted

  • Invariant factors in the core system of OT

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA

    Conference Handbook 27: The Twenty-Seventh Conference of The English Linguistic Society of Japan (The English Linguistic Society of Japan)  27   228-233 2009.11

    Research paper (research society, symposium materials, etc.), Single Work, Accepted

  • 書評『日常言語に潜む音法則の世界』田中伸一著

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA

    言語 (東京,大修館書店)     100 2009.10

    Research paper (scientific journal), Single Work, Except for reviews

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  • How do learners of Japanese process Japanese adjectival inflections?: Indirect Negative Evidence and an Optimality Theoretic account

    FUJIWARA, MIHO, FUKAZAWA, HARUKA

    Seventh Internaitonal Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese (ICPLJ 7) (California, USA) , 2011.03, Oral Presentation(general), Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese

  • Yucatec Maya Stop/Affricate Alternation

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA

    McCarthy-Pater NSF Grant Project Meeting (Massachusetts, USA) , 2010.06, Oral Presentation(guest/special), Dept. of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts

  • How to restrict the architecture and sub-components of the grammar

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA

    MIT Phonology Circle (Massachusetts, USA) , 2010.04, Oral Presentation(guest/special), Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Invariant Factors in the Core System of OT

    FUKAZAWA HARUKA

    日本英語学会第27回大会, 招待シンポジウム “Invariance and Variability in OT” (大阪大学,大阪) , 2009.11, Oral Presentation(guest/special), 日本英語学会

  • The Role of Indirect Negative Evidence and Paradigm Uniformity in L1 Acquisition of the Two Types of Japanese Adjectives

    FUKAZAWA, HARUKA, FUJIWARA, MIHO

    The 10th Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics (慶應義塾大学,東京) , 2009.03, Oral Presentation(general)

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Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • ENGLISH READING 2B(BASIC)

    2020

  • ENGLISH READING 2A(BASIC)

    2020

  • GENERAL EDUCATION SEMINAR (DB)

    2019

  • GENERAL EDUCATION SEMINAR (DA)

    2019

  • ENGLISH READING 2B(INTERMEDIATE)

    2019

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