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Nominalization in Japanese : a structural approach

Boston, Kenneth George


The aim of this thesis is to examine the various types of constructions in Japanese which owe their derivation to one or the other of the processes of nominalization. It is not, however, principally concerned with defining the formal rules to describe these processes. This has already been carried out by S. Makino in his work "Some Aspects of Japanese Nominalizations". Our objective here is to present as a sample as possible of the various patterns of noun modification in Japanese, and...[Show more]

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Date published: 1972
Type: Thesis (Masters)


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