(Last updated : 2023-10-24 10:36:50)
  ISHIDA Takashi
   Hiroshima shudo University  The Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences
   Associate Professor
■ Present specialized field
●Specialized field
English linguistics, Other 
●Keyword
Grammar and Word-Formation, Modification and Predication, Lexicon, Contrastive Linguistics 
●The main research themes
●Capable of joint research and research consultation content
■ Academic background
1. ~2021/03 University of Tsukuba 〔Doctoral course〕 Completed
■ Research activities
1. 2021/06~ The Linguistic Society of Japan
■ Business career
1. 2021/04~2023/03 Hiroshima shudo University The Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences Assistant Professor
2. 2023/04~ Hiroshima shudo University The Faculty of Humanities and Human Sciences Associate Professor
■ Research Field
1. 2023/04~2027/03  A Comparative and Contrastive Study on the Semantics and Morphology of Suppletive Adjectives in English  (Key Word : )
■ Book and thesis
1. Thesis "Why are English Appositional Compounds Stressed on the Right-Hand Constituents? An Information Structure Approach" (Collaboration) 2024/02
2. Thesis A Preliminary Study on the Semantic Coercion of Denominal -ed Adjectives (Single) 2023/02
3. Thesis "Presidential Company vs. President Company: Very Subtle but Crucial Semantic Differences Between RA-N and N-N" (Collaboration) 2022/11
4. Thesis "A Map Talks to You in English but Not in Japanese: How the Public and Private Self Encode Different Aspects of the Human-Object Interaction" (Collaboration) 2022/02
5. Thesis "Why Does Contrast Allow Relational Adjectives to Be Used Predicatively? A Qualia Structure-Based Account" (Collaboration) 2022/02
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2023/09/15 "On Imaginary English Dvandvas in Relational Adjectives" (4th International Symposium of Morphology (ISMo 2023)) Link
■ Winning science prize
1. 2021/07 What Design Can Do (WDCD) "No Waste Challenge" Honourable Mention Link
2. 2021/06 日本英語学会第14回国際春季フォーラム優秀発表賞 (佳作)
3. 2015/11 University of Nottingham Japan Masters Scholarship Award
■ Subject
1. Aspects of English VI(Theories of Grammar)
2. English Listening I
3. English Listening II
4. English Studies I
5. Graduation Thesis
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■ Developed teaching materials, textbooks, reference books
1. 2021/04
Contribution Type : 単著
2. 2021/09
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3. 2022/04
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4. 2022/04
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5. 2022/09
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