Original Papers- ETO Hiroyuki -
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1.Potentiality of the "Super-literal" Translation for English Language Teaching.[東北大学国際文化研究科論集,21,(2017),77-84]江藤裕之
2.Rethinking Grammar-Translation Method: Potentiality of the Super-literal Translation for English Language Teaching.[Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Translation,ICT16,(2017),684-696]Hiroyuki Eto
3.Textual criticism and exegesis in East Asia and the West: A comparative study.[Bulletin of Asian Studies (21st Century Asian Studies Association, Kokushikan University),14,(2016),111-126]Takemura, Eiji, Ito Takayuki; and Eto, Hiroyuki
4.Intellectual Parallels of Kokugaku and Philologie as Studies of Language and Culture.[Journal of Japanese Language and Culture (Japanese Department, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University),2(1),(2015),7-25]江藤裕之
6.Grammar Discription in English Style Manuals: As Prescriptive Grammar Emphasizing Logic Over Custom.[Journal of the Graduate School of International Cultural Studies,20,(2012),181-189]Hiroyuki Eto
7.Etymological inquiry in a quest for the universality of human cognition: Focusing on word formation by sound symbolism..[Typological Studies on Languages in Thailand and Japan,(2012),33-44]Hiroyuki Eto
8.英語論文作成マニュアルの特徴とアカデミック・ライティングの授業への応用―MLA, APA, CHicagoの比較から.[東北大学国際文化研究科論集,19,(2011),117-125]江藤裕之
9.Amerikanischer Strukturalismus und deutsche inhaltbezogene Sprachwissenschaft.[Multiple Perspectives on English Philology and History of Linguistics,(2010),341-378]Hiroyuki Eto
11.Loan Words as an "Epilinguistical" Tool: Comparison betwenn English and Japanese..[Epilanguage,(2009),203--214]Hiroyuki ETO
12.C. T. Onions and Japan: Influence of His Grammar on English Language Education in Japan.[東北大学国際文化研究科論集,17,(2009),117-127]Hiroyuki Eto
14.To “Philologize” a Philological Inquiry: Review of George J. Adler’s Perception of Wilhelm von Humboldt’s linguistic Theory.[Metaphilologie,(2009),75-89]Hiroyuki Eto
15.Meaning of understand and its Semantic Change: From a Comparative and Diachronic Viewpoint.[Journal of the Graduate School of International Cultural Studies,16,(2008),17-31]Hiroyuki Eto
16.The philological and exegetical approach to language and culture in the history of language study in Japan.[Language Sciences,30(5),(2008),546-552]Eto, Hiroyuki
17.The influence of 19th-century historical-comparative linguistics in Japan, with a focus on English studies in Japan in its early stage.[Bulletin of Nagano College of Nursing,10,(2008),1-10]Eto, Hiroyuki
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