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Kanduboda Prabath Buddhika

カンダボダ パラバート ブッディカ | Kanduboda Prabath Buddhika
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (2): Foreign language education ,  Linguistics
Research keywords  (1): Psycholinguistics & applied linguistics (Sinhalese, English, Japanese)
Papers (13):
  • Kanduboda, A.B. Processing of active sentences with different accusative Markers: / ta/ accusatives vs./wa/ accusatives in spoken Sinhala language. Vidyodaya Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2017. 4. 25-40
  • Kanduboda, P. Processing of English sentences consisting of frequency adverbs by Japanese EFL learners. Journal of Theory and Practice in Language Studies. 2017. 7. 11. 952-958
  • Kanduboda, P. Communication strategies among trilingual speakers: Switching and borrowing among Sinhala, English & Japanese languages. Journal of Theory and Practice in Language Studies. 2016. 6. 1732-1738
  • Kanduboda, A. B. Prabath, Ananda, M.G. L. Configurationality and scrambling effects in Sinhala: Sentences with re-duplicated expressions. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies. 2016. 3. 25-34
  • Kanduboda, A. B. P, Neranja, B. A usage-based research on Sinhala onomatopoeia- Focusing on semantic, morphological, and syntactic aspects. Journal of IRCHSS. 2015. 1. 152-165
Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Efforts and Issues in Fostering Co-Curriculum and Collaborative Learning
    (JACET International Convention, The 58th conference 2019)
  • 多文化間共修Cross Cultural Encountersの教育実践:他者との出会いから創造する学び、二言語アプローチの意義
    (第24回FDフォーラム 2019)
  • Configurationality and Scrambling Effects in Sinhala: Sentences with Re-duplicated Expressions
    (Paper presented at the meeting of IRCHSS 2015)
  • A Usage Based Research on Sinhala Onomatopoeia- Focusing on Semantic, Morphological, and Syntactic aspects
    (Paper presented at the meeting of IRCHSS 2014)
  • An analysis on answering behaviors of a trial test between Chinese JFL learners (with kanji knowledge) and Sri Lankan JFL learners (without kanji knowledge)
    (Paper presented at the meeting of ICJLE 2014)
Education (2):
  • - 2012 Nagoya University Graduate school of languages and cultures Japanese Language and culture
  • - 2005 Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Asia Pacific Studies
Professional career (3):
  • Bachelor (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)
  • Masters (Nagoya University)
  • PhD. (Nagoya University)
Work history (6):
  • 2018/04/01 - Ritsumeikan University, Associate professor
  • 2018/04/01 - Kobe University, Part time lecturer
  • 2013/04/01 - 2018/03/31 Ritsumeikan University, Shokutaku lecturer
  • 2013/04/01 - 2013/08/31 Nagoya University, Part time lecturer
  • 2010/10/01 - 2013/03/31 Business school of Civil servants · nursing · nursing care, Part time lecturer
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Committee career (4):
  • 2018/04 - International Center, BBP (Beyond Borders Plaza) Chief coordinator
  • 2018/04 - 国際センター、BBP(Beyond Borders Plaza) チーフコーディネーター
  • 2018/04 - BBP Steering committee Committee member
  • 2018/04 - BBP運営委員会 委員
Association Membership(s) (5):
The Japan Association for Global Competency Education ,  Japanese Society for Working Memory ,  Japanese Cognitive Science Society ,  The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistics Science ,  The linguistic society of Japan
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