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Tajima Misako

タジマ ミサコ | Tajima Misako
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): Foreign language education
Research keywords  (3): Critical applied linguistics ,  Sociolinguistics ,  English education
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2019 - 2023 Language learning, gender, and language ideologies: Focusing on Filipino Skype eikaiwa
  • 2021 - 2022 Language Teacher Education for a Global Society [translated book]
Papers (14):
  • Engagement with English as a neoliberal endeavor: Reconsidering the notion of language learning. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies. 2020. 17. 296-315
  • A Study on the necessary English skills for engineering students: Results of a needs survey on faculty members' perception [in Japanese]. Journal of Global Education (Institute for Liberal Arts Education, Ibaraki University). 2020. 3. 123-133
  • Gender concerns in Japan's Skype eikaiwa industry. JALT2018: Diversity and Inclusion. 2019. 1-6
  • Engagements with English in Japan: Ideological constitutions of the language and its speakers. (doctoral dissertation). 2018
  • Gendered constructions of Filipina teachers in Japan’s English conversation industry. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 2018. 22. 100-117
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Books (6):
  • MY WAY English series Communication English I
    Sanseido 2022
  • NEW CROWN English series 1-3
    Sanseido 2021
  • 'Engagements' with English in Japan: Leisure activities, self-development, and dogged perseverance [book chapter, in Japanese]
    Sangensha 2020 ISBN:9784883035212
  • MY WAY English series Communication English I (revised)
    Sanseido 2017
  • Rethinking 'Japanese English' for EIAL [in Japanese] In M. Imura & K. Haida (Eds.). Collection of academic papers in celebration of Professor Mamoru Morizumi’s retirement: Questioning Japan’s language education with special reference to eight objections.
    Sanseido 2015
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Lectures and oral presentations  (28):
  • Online student exchange between Japan and Australia: A collaborative project with UNSW [in Japanese]
    (JASELE Conference 2021 2021)
  • The meaning of being connected, making use of each other's languages: A collaborative project with UNSW, Australia
    (Considering global education under COVID-19 Pandemic: Attempts by Ibaraki University 2021)
  • Reconsidering the notion of language use: Engagements with English in Japan [in Japanese]
    (46th National Conference of the Japanese Association for Asian Englishes 2021)
  • The discursive construction of Filipina Skype eikaiwa tutors as girls
    (GALE Forum (Gender, Language, and Community), JALT2020 46th Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning 2020)
  • English as an official corporate language in Japan
    (JALT2020 46th Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning 2020)
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Education (6):
  • Otsuma Women's University Department of English Language and Literature
  • Otsuma Women's University Department of English Language and Literature
  • Seijo University Department of English Studies
  • University of Technology Sydney Master Course (Language and Literacy)
  • University of Technology Sydney Master Course (Applied Linguistics)
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Professional career (4):
  • PhD (Education) (University of Technology Sydney)
  • MA (Applied Linguistics) (University of Technology Sydney)
  • MA (Language and Literacy) (University of Technology Sydney)
  • MA (Literature) (Seijo University)
Awards (1):
  • 2019/06 - Wiley-Blackwell Journal of Sociolinguistics Top Downloaded Article 2017-2018
Association Membership(s) (6):
The Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) ,  Asia TEFL ,  Kanto-Koshinetsu Association of Teachers of English (KATE) ,  Japan Society of English Language Education (JASELE) ,  The Japanese Association for Asian Englishes (JAFAE) ,  Association for Language and Cultural Education (ALCE)
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