The linguistic anatomy of individual differences in Japanese monologues: focusing on particles and interjections
This is a linguistic study on idiosyncrasy manifested through language use in Japanese monologues. For this purpose, we use speaker classification techniques as analytical tools. Focusing on Japanese particles, the subcategories of these particles, and interjections, we aim to find out to what extent Japanese speakers are idiosyncratic in selecting certain words above others in monologues. We are interested in how differently or similarly the individualising information of speakers is...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the 42nd Australian Linguistic Society Conference 2011|
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