(Last updated : 2023-09-14 15:48:13)
  Osuka Naoko
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Global Japanese Studies
   Position   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2021/03 Article The effects of study abroad on pragmatic transfer Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics 44(1),pp.3-20 (Single) 
2. 2019/12 Book Effects of speech act on learners' pragmatic development in s study abroad context A pragmatic approach to English language teaching and production pp.9-32 (Single) 
3. 2017/06 Book Development of pragmatic routines by Japanese learners in a study abroad context Current issues in internationl pragmatics pp.275-296 (Single) 
4. 2014/03 Article The speech act of complaint performed by Japanese EFL learners: A pilot study Global Japanese Studies Review 6(1),pp.147-165 (Single) 
5. 2013/03 Article Request strategies by Japanese students with study abroad experience 明治大学国際日本研究 5 (Single) 
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2023/07/11 The effect of explicit pragmatic instruction on production of pragmatic routines (18th IPrA Conference)
2. 2022/06/22 Effects of a noticing activity on production of pragmatic routines (9th International Conference on Intercultural Pragmatics and Communication)
3. 2022/03/09 Pragmatic features of Japanese rReturnees’ Sspeech act performance in English (56th RELC International Conference 2022)
4. 2021/07/11 Foreign Language or Lingua Franca: Examination of the Application of Research Outcomes to Language Education Through Pragmatics (JACET関東支部大会)
5. 2019/06 Effects of study abroad experiences on pragmatic transfer (16th IPrA Conference in Hong Kong)
■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2011/01~2017/10 〔Doctorial Course〕, Lancaster University, Completed, Ph.D.
2. 1992/09~1994/05 〔Master Course〕, Manhattanville College, Completed, Master of Professional Studies
3. 1975/04~1979/03 Faculty of Foreign Language, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Graduated,
■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1. 2009/04~2012/03  A socio cultural perspective on the changes in Japanese college students' use of anguage learning strategies during two transitions  (Key Word : )
■ Current Specialized Field
Foreign language education, English linguistics