(Last updated : 2023-10-15 22:58:02)
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Global Japanese Studies
   Position   Professor (non-tenured)
■ Books and Papers
1. 2022/03 Book A Comprehensive Introduction to Sociolinguistics: From Foundations to Discourse Analysis   (Collaboration) 
2. 2019 Article “The Role of English Language Teaching for Liberal Arts Education in Non-English-Speaking Countries” In Mikiko Nishimura, & Toshiaki Sasao, (Eds.), Doing Liberal Arts Education: The Global Case Studies  pp.75-89 (Single) 
3. 2018/03 Article Developing Critical Thinking Skills and Attitude: An Analysis of a Reading Course in a University English Program Language Research Bulletin 33,pp.10-21 (Collaboration) 
■ Conference Presentations
1. 2023/07/11 Crossing, gender and identity (18th International Pragmatics Conference)
2. 2021/06/28 Pragmatic competence in English as a Lingua Franca (EFL) contexts: Constructing rapport building and discussion strategies (17th International Pragmatics Conference)
3. 2019/06/13 Indexing solidarity while maintaining polite relationship in first-encounter Japanese conversations: Style-shifting between desu/masu forms (addressee honorifics) and the plain form (non-honorific forms) (16th International Pragmatics Conference)
4. 2018/06/30 Style-shifting between desu/masu forms (addressee honorifics) and the plain form (non-honorific forms ) in first-encounter Japanese conversations (Sociolinguisitics Symposium22)
■ Academic Qualifications
1. 1995/04~2001/06 〔Doctorial Course (2nd Semester)〕 English Language Education, Graduate School, Division of Education, International Christian University, Completed, Doctor of Philosopy
2. 1979/11~1981/02 〔Master Course〕 Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Ball State University, Completed, Master of Arts
■ Career History
1. 2023/04~ Meiji University School of Global Japanese Studies
2. 2013/04~2020/03 International Christian University College of Liberal Arts Professor
3. 2001/04~2013/03 Tokai University Foreign Language Center Professor
■ Major Subjects
Diversity in Society A, B (Japanese and English), Sociolinguistics
■ Academic Associations Membership
1. 2000/06~ SIETAR Japan
2. 1993~ International Pragmatics Association
3. 1982/04~ JACET
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■ Current Specialized Field
Linguistics, Foreign language education (Key Word:Sociolinguistics, Pragmatics, Intercultural Understanding and Communication, English Language Teaching)