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《Journal of Beihua University(Social Sciences)》 2008-06
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Research on the Omission of Subject in Japanese Language

SUN Yan-li(Japanese Language College of Heilongjiang University,Harbin 150080,China)  
It is more often that subject is omitted according to the tradition and custom of Japanese language.Among all these omissions of subject,pronouns,the first person and the second person pronouns in particular,have occupied the largest proportion.In addition to the influence of Japanese language itself,the omission of subject also has close and inseparable relation with the cultural and historical background of Japanese society.It suffers from the influences of such factors as traditional production methods,Japanese psychology of language and the cognitive approaches of the Japanese people.The omission of subject is a vivid reflection of the characteristics of Japanese culture.
【CateGory Index】: H36
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【References】
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1 LIU Jin-feng;Wuxi Institute of Technolegy;;A Comparative Study into Omission of Sentence Subject in Chinese and Japanese[J];山东商业职业技术学院学报;2014-01
【Co-references】
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1 SUN Yan-li(Japanese Language College of Heilongjiang University,Harbin 150080,China);Research on the Omission of Subject in Japanese Language[J];北华大学学报(社会科学版);2008-06
【Secondary References】
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1 Wu Yuxin;Xian International Studies University;;A Review of the Study of Japanese Linguistics in China in 2014[J];日语学习与研究;2015-01
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