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Poster session program [Friday, October 12]

Morphology/Lexical semantics

1. A Distributed Morphology-based Analysis for Japanese Compound Verbs [abstract]
  Takayuki Akimoto (Chuo University)

2. A Qualia Account of Mimetic Resultatives in Japanese [abstract]
  Takeshi Usuki (Fukuoka University)
  Kimi Akita (Osaka University)

3. Cross-linguistic investigation from the viewpoints of motion types [abstract]
  Masaki Yasuhara (University of Tsukuba)

Formal syntax

4. Particle Stranding in Japanese: Focus, Speech Acts, and the CP-Phase [abstract]
  Norio Nasu (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)

5. Double-vP structures in Japanese [abstract]
  Kaori Miura (Kyushu Sangyo University)

6. An analysis of Inalienable possession constructions in Japanese [abstract]
  Mitsue Motomura (Osaka University of Economics)

Formal semantics

7. The utterance situation-based comparison in the Japanese degree adverb motto [abstract]
  Osamu Sawada (Mie University)

8. An Input-Output Approach to Internally Headed Relative Clauses [abstract]
  Kwang-sup Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

9. Japanese Pseudo-NPI Dare-mo as a “Non-Restrictive” Universal Quantifier [abstract]
  Katsuhiko Yabushita (Naruto University of Education)

10. Semantics of Korean Degree Delimiters [abstract]
  Taehoon Kim (Michigan State University)

Historical linguistics

11. What Hachijoan can reveal about Eastern Old Japanese poetry,
  Proto-Japanese, and Proto-Japonic [abstract]
  John Kupchik (Kyoto University / JSPS)

12. Accentual Change in Noto-jima Japanese [abstract]
  Hirako Tatsuya (Kyoto University / JSPS)


13. The Overt Pronoun Constraint and Korean: An Experimental Study [abstract]
  Kyeong-min Kim (Simon Fraser University)
  Chung-hye Han (Simon Fraser University)
  Yue Wang (Simon Fraser University)

14. The extrinsic plural marker in Korean
  Chae-Eun Kim (University of Hawaii at Manoa) [abstract]
  William O'Grady (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  Kamil Deen (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

15. English L2ers' sensitivity to givenness in Korean dative constructions [abstract]
  Kyae-Sung Park (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  Bonnie D. Schwartz (Radboud university nijmegen & University of Hawaii)

16. Where the Nominative/Genitive Alternation Genuinely Takes Place in Modern Japanese [abstract]
  Megumi Hasebe (Yokohama National University)
  Hideki Maki (Gifu University)
  Toshiro Umezawa (Gifu City Women's College)