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BEUCKMANN Fusako

ボイクマン フサコ | BEUCKMANN Fusako
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Researcher
Homepage URL  (1): https://fusakobeuckmann.wordpress.com/
Research field  (1): Japanese language education
Research keywords  (2): Sociolinguistics ,  Teaching Japanese Language
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2020 - 2023 Development and Validation on Japanese Speaking Test (STAR) for Placement
  • 2000 - Conversational Analysis, Pragmatics
Papers (4):
  • Fusako Beuckmann, Aiko Nemoto, Tatsuhiko Matsushita. Japanese Speaking Placement Test: Validation of a Task and an Evaluation Tool. Japanese Language Education. 2020. 175. 146-154
  • Fusako Beuckmann, Mori Kazumasa. Analysis of Speech Level in Japanese: Power and Rank of imposition on Request, Invitation, and Apology between Close Participants. The Japanese Journal of Language in Society. 2018. 21. 1. 225-238
  • BEUCKMANN Fusako, SUGIMOTO. Pragmatic development of Japanese learners: A ten-month’s longitudinal study of request, The 16th Annual Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan. Proceedings,The Pragmatics Society of Japan. 2014
  • BEUCKMANN Fusako. The pragmatic development of Japanese learners at the beginner’s level: The case of apology. CAJLE2013 Proceedings. 2013. 20-29
MISC (1):
  • Sequence Organizations of Problem-Solving in Japanese Conversations. Japanese-Language Education around the Globe. 2000. 10. 221-240
Books (1):
  • Authentic Japanese : Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced
    The Japan Times 1998
Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Development of Refusal Expressions Depending On Japanese Learners’ Proficiency Levels: An Interlanguage Pragmatic Analysis
    (ICJLE 2018)
  • Acquiring politeness expressions and realizing speech acts in study abroad context: Focus on request, apology, and invitation in Japanese
    (2015)
  • Interlanguage pragmatics of Japanese learners: A longitudinal study of request
    (Association of Applied Linguistics 2014)
  • Pragmatic development of Japanese learners:A ten-month’s longitudinal study of reques
    (The 16th Annual Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan 2013)
  • The pragmatic development of Japanese learners at the Beginner’s level: The case of apology
    (CAJLE 2013 Annual Conference: 2013)
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Education (5):
  • 1997 - 2000 Osaka University of Foreign Studies Graduate School of Integrated Studies in Language and Society
  • - 2000 Osaka University of Foreign Studies Guraduate School of Integrated Studies in Language and Society Studies in Language and Society
  • - 1994 Osaka University of Foreign Studies Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language Japanese Study
  • 1988 - 1992 Osaka University of Foreign Studies Faculty of Foreign Studies
  • - 1992 Osaka University of Foreign Studies Faculty of Foreign Language Japanese
Professional career (2):
  • Doctor (Language and Culture) (Osaka University of Foreign Studies)
  • Master (Language and Culture) (Osaka University of Foreign Studies)
Work history (5):
  • 2019/09 - 現在 The University of Tokyo Professors
  • 2014/04 - 2019/08 The University of Tokyo Associate Professor
  • 2010/12 - 2014/03 The University of Tokyo, KOMEX Project associate professor
  • 2003/06 - 2005/03 National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
  • 2003 - - Researcher, The National Institute for Japanex Language
Association Membership(s) (5):
International Pragmatics Association ,  International Association of Applied Linguistics ,  PRAGMATICS SOCIETY OF JAPAN ,  The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistic Sciences ,  The society for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
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