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245 00 Japanese modality :|bexploring its scope and 
       interpretation /|cedited by Barbara Pizziconi and Mika 
       Kizu 
260    New York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2009 
300    xiii, 300 p. :|bill. ;|c22 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 8  Machine generated contents note: Notes on Contributors * 
       Preface * Introduction--B.Pizziconi&--M.Kizu * PART I: 
       CONTEXTUALIZING AND DEFINING JAPANESE MODALITY * Modality,
       Modaritii and Predication The Story of Modality in Japan--
       H.Narrog * Modality from a Japanese Perspective--T.Masuoka
       * West Meets East: A Kindaichian Approach to Subjective 
       Modality--L.Larm * What Is and Is Not Language-Specific 
       About the Japanese Modal System? - A Comparative and 
       Historical Perspective--T.Moriya&--K.Horie * PART II: 
       JAPANESE MODALITY FROM SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC PERSPECTIVE 
       * Tense and Settledness in Japanese Conditionals--S.Arita 
       * Conditional Modality: Two Types of Modal Auxiliaries in 
       Japanese--Y.Takubo * Japanese Modals and the Syntax-
       Pragmatics Interface--M.Kizu * PART III: JAPANESE MODALITY
       IN DISCOURSE * On Noun Phrases as Minor Sentences in 
       Japanese--T.Shinya * The Acquisition of Japanese Modality 
       During the Study Abroad--S.Watanabe& N.Iwasaki * The 
       Interactional Consequences of Epistemic Indexicality - 
       Some Thoughts on the Epistemic Marker -Kamoshirenai--
       B.Pizziconi * Index Notes on Contributors * Preface * 
       Introduction--B.Pizziconi&--M.Kizu * PART I: 
       CONTEXTUALIZING AND DEFINING JAPANESE MODALITY * Modality,
       Modaritii and Predication The Story of Modality in Japan--
       H.Narrog * Modality from a Japanese Perspective--T.Masuoka
       * West Meets East: A Kindaichian Approach to Subjective 
       Modality--L.Larm * What Is and Is Not Language-Specific 
       About the Japanese Modal System? - A Comparative and 
       Historical Perspective--T.Moriya&--K.Horie * PART II: 
       JAPANESE MODALITY FROM SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC PERSPECTIVE 
       * Tense and Settledness in Japanese Conditionals--S.Arita 
       * Conditional Modality: Two Types of Modal Auxiliaries in 
       Japanese--Y.Takubo * Japanese Modals and the Syntax-
       Pragmatics Interface--M.Kizu * PART III: JAPANESE MODALITY
       IN DISCOURSE * On Noun Phrases as Minor Sentences in 
       Japanese--T.Shinya * The Acquisition of Japanese Modality 
       During the Study Abroad--S.Watanabe& N.Iwasaki * The 
       Interactional Consequences of Epistemic Indexicality - 
       Some Thoughts on the Epistemic Marker -Kamoshirenai--
       B.Pizziconi * Index 
520    "This book explores the nature and scope of modality in 
       Japanese. It contains a review of the history of Japanese 
       modality studies, as well as theoretical and empirical 
       research and is the first collection of studies on 
       Japanese modality written in English and offers a 
       stimulating contrast to existing studies on Western 
       languages"--Provided by publisher 
650  0 Japanese language|xModality 
700 1  Pizziconi, Barbara,|d1962- 
700 1  Kizu, Mika,|d1964- 
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