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Kavanagh Barry

バリー カヴァナ | Kavanagh Barry
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Homepage URL  (2): http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/d/p/26580096http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/d/p/26580096
Research field  (3): Linguistics ,  Linguistics ,  Education - general
Research keywords  (10): Foreign language aquisition ,  Japanese sociolinguistics ,  English ,  Linguistics ,  Intercultural communication ,  Pragmatics ,  Contrastive linguistics ,  Computer mediated communication ,  Discourse analysis ,  Bilingualism
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2014 - 現在 Sociolinguistics, Applied Linguistics, bilingualism
  • 2014 - 2017 The raising of a haafu in Japan and the UK
Papers (50):
  • Barry Kavanagh. The Sharing of Practical Ideas for the Implementation of Integrated Education called CLIL: A report on the ‘The First J-CLIL Tohoku Chapter Conference’. .[東北大学高度教養教育・学生支援機構紀要』第5号. 2019. 5
  • Barry Kavanagh. American and British English: Giving students an awareness of the differences. [東北大学 言語・文化教育センター年俸,4. 2019. 4. 21-27
  • Barry Kavanagh. The Teaching of Intercultural Communication and Academic Writing through a CLIL Based Approach: A Case Study of a Tohoku University Course. In S. Sasajima, B.Kavanagh, & M. Shimada (Eds.) J-CLIL Journal Vol.1. 2019
  • Barry Kavanagh. A Cultural Exploration of the Use of Kaomoji, Emoji and Kigou in Japanese Blog Post Narratives. In Elena Giannoulis (Ed), Emoticons, Emoji and Kaomoji: The Transformation of Communication in the Digital Age. Routledge. 2019
  • Barry Kavanagh. The Role Heritage Language Input and the Language Environment has on the Development of Bilingualism in Bicultural Children: Case studies of families residing in Tohoku and Tokyo. 母語・継承語・バイリンガル教育(MHB)学会プロシーディング. 2018
Books (3):
  • Polite intention through emoticon usage in a cross-cultural examination of Japanese and American online discourse
    Tsukuba: Tsukuba Univ. Sogo-Jimu Center. 2017
  • The use of unconventional means of communication in Japanese and American blog comments. In M. Tadao, N. Ono, K. Thepkanjana, S. Uehara (Eds) Typological Studies on Languages in Thailand and Japan 173-195
    Hitui Syobo Publishing 2012 ISBN:9784894766075
  • Gendered Japanese: A Synchronic Look at Contemporary ‘Joseego’In Linguistic Diversity and Cultural Identity: A Global Perspective. Nova. New York.
    Nova publisher New York 2011
Lectures and oral presentations  (55):
  • Using TV commercials in the ESL classroom as a window into culture, humor, and wordplay.
    (映像メディア英語教育学会(ATEM)東日本支部 第9回支部大会 2018)
  • Orientalism, stereotypes and fallacies: A cross-cultural comparison of the martial arts films of Hollywood and Japan through a CLIL pedagogical approach
    (第24回ATEM(映像メディア英語教育学会)全国大会 2018)
  • The role heritage language input and the language environment has on the development of bilingualism in bicultural children: Case studies of families residing in Tohoku and Tokyo
    (母語・継承語・バイリンガル教育(MHB学会.国際基督教大学 2018)
  • An examination into how CLIL can contribute to a young child’s heritage language and cultural identity: A case study of a Japanese language school for Anglo-Japanese children in the U
    (The 23rd Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics 2018)
  • The potential of CLIL as an effective pedagogy for the teaching and learning of heritage languages. A case study of a supplementary Japanese school in the UK.
    (The 1st J-CLIL Annual Conference. 2018)
Professional career (1):
  • PhD in Linguistics (Tohoku University)
Committee career (1):
  • 2017 - 現在 日本CLIL教育学会 J-CLIL 東北支部長
Awards (2):
  • 2017/11 - Tohoku University Outstanding general education contribution award
  • 2013/11 - Aomori University of Health and Welfare University president award Award for outstanding research
Association Membership(s) (4):
Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics ,  JALT Pragmatics SIG ,  The International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies ,  Japanese Society for Language Sciences
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