Updated on 2021/05/27

写真a

 
NYUGAKU Naoya
 

Degree

  • Master (Linguistics)   Coursework ( 1997.3   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies )

Research Interests

  • historical linguistics

  • semantics

  • language change

  • constructions

  • prepositions

Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / English linguistics

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Linguistics

Education

  • Kyoto University of Foreign Studies   Postgraduate Diploma Course   English and American Studies   Graduated

    - 1995.3

  • Kyoto University of Foreign Studies   English Linguistics   Master's Course   Completed

    - 1997.3

  • Konan University   English Language and Literature   Doctor's Course   Accomplished credits for doctoral program

    - 2000.3

Research History

  • Osaka University   Lecturer

    2007.4 - 2010.3

  • University of Toyama   Lecturer

    2017.8 - 2018.8

  • Konan University   Lecturer

    2008.4 - 2010.3

  • Kinki University   Lecturer

    2009.4 - 2010.3

  • Fukui University of Technology   Lecturer

    2010.4 - 2012.3

  • Fukui University of Technology   Associate Professor

    2012.4 - 2015.3

  • Fukui University of Technology   Associate Professor

    2012.4 - 2021.1

  • Fukui University of Technology   Associate Professor

    2014.4 - 2021.1

  • Fukui University of Technology   Associate Professor

    2015.4 - 2021.1

  • Fukui University of Technology   Professor

    2021.1

  • Fukui University of Technology   Professor

    2021.1

  • Fukui University of Technology   Professor

    2021.1

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Professional Memberships

  • The Linguistic Society of Japan

  • The English Linguistic Society of Japan

  • Modern English Association

  • Japan Society for Historical Linguistics

  • The Society of English Grammar and Usage

  • The Japan Society for Medieval English Studies

  • English Literary Society at Konan

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Papers

  • A Corpus-based Approach to the Locative Alternation with the Verb ROB in Present-day English Reviewed

    Naoya NYUGAKU

    Man and Universe   3   86 - 89   2017.2

  • Notes on the Syntactic Structures in which the Verb ROB Appears in the History of the English Language Reviewed

    Naoya NYUGAKU

    Man and Universe   2   45 - 49   2016.2

  • English and Japanese Color Terms and their Semantic Fields Reviewed

    Naoya NYUGAKU

    Man and Society   ( 5 )   133 - 140   2013.2

  • Language Change in Progress ―with Special Reference to Ditransitive Verbs― Reviewed

    Naoya NYUGAKU

    Man and Society   ( 4 )   167 - 173   2012.5

  • The Application of Linguistic Findings to English Grammar Education in Japan ―with Special Reference to the Dative Alternation― Reviewed

    Naoya NYUGAKU

    Man and Society   ( 3 )   109 - 116   2011.10

  • The X and Y-Construction in Old English Poetry Reconsidered -Is it a Device for Producing Double Alliteration or Composing Oral-Formulaic Expressions?- Reviewed

    Naoya Nyugaku

    Taisei Gakuin University Bulletin   10   153 - 161   2008.3

  • On the Development of English Demonstratives Reviewed

    Naoya Nyugaku

    Taisei Gakuin University Bulletin   8   119 - 128   2006.3

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Books

  • 言語・社会・文化 ― Language, Society and Culture ―

    松尾陽,入学直哉他( Role: Joint author)

    ブイツーソリューション  2016.2 

  • Studies in Modern English : The Twentieth Anniversary Publication of the Modern English Association

    Kazuo Araki et al.( Role: Joint author ,  PARTⅢ: Semantic Roles of Synonyms in Old English Verse : pp.353-366)

    Eichosha  2003.12 

Awards

  • The Medalio Placheta Award, Rumania

    2011.11  

 

Teaching Experience

  • TOEICⅠ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • TOEICⅡ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • TOEICⅢ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • TOEICⅣ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • A Special Seminar in English for Academic PurposesⅠ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • A Special Seminar in English for Academic PurposesⅡ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • English SeminarⅠ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • English SeminarⅡ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • English SeminarⅢ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

  • English SeminarⅣ

    Institution:Fukui University of Technology

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