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  LETO MARIO ALFONSO II
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Global Japanese Studies
   Position   Assistant Professor (non-tenured)
■ Books and Papers
1. 2017 Article "Marr and English's Why do linguistics? Reflective linguistics and the study of language." British Association of Applied Linguistics Newsletter  (Single) 
2. 2015 Article "The Utility of Metaphor in the Language Classroom" Studies in Foreign Language Education  (Single) 
3. 2014 Article "Happy Science and Religious Attraction: Written Discourse Analysis of Evangelical Material" Journal of Modern Languages and Culture  (Single) 
■ Conference Presentations
1. 2018 Stories of Veganism in News Media: Shaping Ideologies in Human-Animal Relations (1st Biannual Conference on Food and Communication)
2. 2017 "Butcher's Steak & Fun": The representation of animals in online media about veganism and meat consumption (British Association of Applied Linguistics 2017)
3. 2017 Implicit nationalist rhetoric in government policy and media reporting on tourist accommodation (6th New Zealand Discourse Conference)
4. 2016 'Unhealthy, Nutritious, Cruel, and Delicious': A Critical Multimodal Analysis of National Geographic's Assessment of Meat Consumption (British Association of Applied Linguistics 2016)
■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2010/11~2013/07 〔Master degree program〕 Applied Linguistics, University of Birmingham, Completed, Master of Arts
2. 1994/09~1997/05 〔Master degree program〕 20th-Century American Literature, Eastern Illinois University, Completed, Master of Arts
■ Academic Associations Membership
1. 2018~ International Ecolinguistics Association Link
2. 2018~ The Japan Ecolinguistics Association Link
■ Web Sites
   The Japan Ecolinguistics Association