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C PATTISON Steven

パティスン スティーブン | C PATTISON Steven
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (3): English linguistics ,  Literature - General ,  Linguistics
Research keywords  (12): literature ,  rhetoric ,  lexical semantics ,  pragmatics ,  context ,  Stylistics ,  Stylistics, context, pragmatics, lexical semantics, rhetoric, literature ,  rhetoric ,  lexical semantics ,  pragmatics ,  context ,  Stylistics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2007 - The study of irony and other tropes and how they can be analysed and understood through linguistic theory
  • 2007 - The study of irony and other tropes and how they can be analysed and understood through linguistic theory
Papers (3):
  • Steven Pattison, Jeremy Redlich. Reader-Response and Stylistics Approaches to Literature in the Japanese EFL Classroom. Journal of Literature in Language Teaching. 2020. 9. 1. 3-13
  • Steven Pattison, Anthony Diaz, Tomoko Eto, Patrick Johnson, Kent Jones, Malcolm Larking, Michael Phillips. Incorporating an External Online Test Into a University Language Program. JALT2019 • TEACHER EFFICACY, LEARNER AGENCY. 2020. 2019. 1. 534-546
  • Steven Pattison. Vague Language, Elasticity Theory and the Use of ‘Some’, Nguyet Nhu Le, Grace Qiao Zhang. Bloomsbury Academic, London (2018), 200 pp. ISBN 978-1-350-02959-0, £95.00 (hardback). Journal of Pragmatics. 2020. 155. January 2020. 355-357
MISC (6):
  • Justifications for teaching irony in the language classroom. JALT2008 Conference Proceedings. Tokyo: JALT. 2009
  • PATTISON Steven C. Justifications for teaching irony in the language classroom. JALT2008 Conference Proceedings. Tokyo: JALT. 2009
  • Pragmatic Accounts of Referencing in the Written Work of Japanese Students of English. Polyglossia. 2007. 13. October. 27
  • PATTISON Steven C. Pragmatic Accounts of Referencing in the Written Work of Japanese Students of English. Polyglossia. 2007. 13. October. 27
  • Developing a Communicative Course with Accelerated Learning Principles. Polyglossia. 2006. 11. March. 169
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Books (1):
  • Chapter 3. A Levinsonian account of irony in Jonathan Coe’s The Rotters’ Club
    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2019
Lectures and oral presentations  (22):
  • Literary Theory and Text Analysis for EFL Students
    (JALT 2019 (Nagoya) 2019)
  • Challenge: Incorporating an External Online Test
    (JALT 2019 (Nagoya) 2019)
  • Pragmatics, CEFR and the English Programme
    (APLJ Symposium 2019)
  • Making Progress: Helping students to make gains on the Progress test
    (2018)
  • Challenging language: Analysis of discrimination, power and defiance through the language of Ginu Kamani's "Just between Indians"
    (16th Asia Pacific Conference 2018)
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Education (7):
  • 1998 - 2000 Birkbeck College University of London
  • - 2000 Birkbeck College, University of London
  • - 2000 Birkbeck College, University of London
  • 1992 - 1995 University College Swansea, University of Wales English and Philosophy (Joint Honours)
  • - 1995 University College Swansea, University of Wales English and Philosophy (Joint Honours)
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Professional career (2):
  • Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics (University of London)
  • Bachelor of Arts Joint Honours in English and Philosophy (University College Swansea, University of Wales)
Work history (15):
  • 2009/04 - * Associate Professor
  • 2007/10 - 2009/03 * Senior Lecturer
  • 2007 - 2009 :Senior Lecturer (English)
  • 2007 - 2009 :Senior Lecturer (English)
  • 2009 - -:Associate Professor (English)
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Association Membership(s) (6):
Stylistics Association of Japan ,  Pragmatics and Linguistics Association (PALA) ,  The Japan Association for Language Teaching ,  Stylistics Association of Japan ,  Pragmatics and Linguistics Association (PALA) ,  The Japan Association for Language Teaching
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