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ZHU BING Last modified date:2024.06.03

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Academic Degree
Ph.D. (Nagoya University)
Field of Specialization
Cognitive-functional Linguistics, Chinese Linguistics
Research Interests
  • I'm mainly working on the semantic and functional changes of Chinese modal expressions from cognitive-functional and typological perspectives.
    keyword : grammaticalization, Chinese, modality, construction grammar, discourse marker, insubordination
Academic Activities
1. ZHU, Bing and HORIE, Kaoru, The development of the Chinese scalar additive coordinators derived from prohibitives: A constructionist perspective, In Hancil, S., T. Breban and J. V. Lozano (eds.), New Trends on Grammaticalization and Language Change, John Benjamins,, pp. 361-380, 2018.12.
1. 朱冰, On the contextual persistence in grammaticalization: Evidence from the development of two Chinese connectives, KLS 38(関西言語学会第42回大会論文集), 181-192, 2018.06.
1. ZHU Bing, From intersubjective to textual meaning: On the development of the connectives derived from prohibitives in Mandarin Chinese, The 17th International Pragmatics Conference, 2021.06.
2. ZHU Bing, On the Chinese insubordinate conditional clause formed by the particle NE: A constructionist perspective, The 15th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 2019.08.
3. ZHU Bing, HORIE Kaoru, Diffusional change of the Chinese scalar additive construction derived from prohibitives, The 23rd International Conference on Historical Linguistics, 2017.08.
4. ZHU Bing, HORIE Kaoru, From deontic modal to necessity conditional marker: The development of textual function in the Chinese deontic modal bìxū’, The 14th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 2017.07.
Membership in Academic Society
  • International Cognitive Linguistics Association
  • International Pragmatics Association
  • The Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association
  • The Pragmatics Society of Japan
  • The Chinese Linguistic Society of Japan
  • The Society of Japanese Grammar
  • The Sinological Society of Kyushu