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Journal of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities
Vol. 2 (2017) No. 1 p. 90-107

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http://doi.org/10.17928/jjadh.2.1_90

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  • Kinjo, Katsuya. 2013. “Makihara Noriyukino Kashi no Sūryoteki Bunseki: Kimi ga warau toki kimi no mune ga itamanai yō nikara heart to heart Made” [Quantitative Analysis of the Lyrics Written byNoriyuki Makihara: From So that Your Heart Wouldn’t Be Hurt When You Smile toHeart to Heart]. Ryudai Review of Euro-American Studies 57:23–42.
  • Kitagawa, Junko. 1999. “Nihon no popyuraongaku to jenda eno tenbō” [A Prospect of Japanese Popular Music and Gender]. InNarihibiku sei: nihon no popyura ongaku to jenda [The Echo of Gender: JapanesePopular Music and Gender], edited by J. Kitagawa, 1–30. Tokyo: KeisoshaShobo.
  • Kobayashi, Kaori, Erina Kano, andTakafumi Suzuki. 2013. “Josei grupu no kashi no keiryō tekisuto bunseki”[Quantitative Text Analysis of the Lyrics Written by Female Groups]. InProceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Association for NaturalLanguage Processing, 338–41. Accessed July 3, 2017.http://www.anlp.jp/proceedings/annual_meeting/2013/pdf_dir/P1-5.pdf.
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  • Sako, Teruhito. 2015. “Hitto songu kashino hensen: 1968-nen kara 2013-nen made” [A Statistical Analysis of the JapaneseHit Song Lyrics Through the Years 1968–2013]. Jinbungakuho (The Journal ofSocial Sciences and Humanities) 497: 49–85.
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  • Suzuki, Takafumi, and Mai Hosoya. 2014.“Computational Stylistic Analysis of Popular Songs of Japanese FemaleSinger-Songwriters.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 8(1). Accessed July 3, 2017.http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/8/1/000170/000170.html.
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  • Tsukamoto, Taizo. 2014. “Gendaigo tenshino korokeishon shoko: kashi no naka de tenshi wa donoyouni furumauka”[Collocations of a Contemporary Word for Angel in Japanese: How it Behaves inLyrics]. Kokugo Kokubungaku Kenkyū (Research on Japanese Language andLiterature) 49: 331–41.
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  • Yasumoto, Biten. 1958. “Buntai tōkei niyoru hissha suitei: Uji jūjō no sakusha ni tsuite” [Predicting the Authors byStylistic Statistics: Concerning the Authors of the Ten chapters of Uji].Japanese Psychological Review 2: 147–56.
  • Yasumoto, Biten. 1965. Bunsho shinrigakunyūmon [An Introduction to Text Psychology]. Tokyo: SeishinShobo.
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