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Hanako Okada

オカダ ハナコ | Hanako Okada
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): Linguistics
Research keywords  (1): Applied linguistics; narrative inquiry; illness narratives; multilingual identity; sociocognitive approach to learning
Papers (5):
MISC (1):
  • Hanako Okada. Book Review: Ethnographic perspectives on academic writing. Journal of Second Language Writing. 2017. 38. 56-57
Books (5):
  • Researching people with illnesses and disabilities: Ethical dimensions. In J. McKinley & H. Rose (Eds.), Doing research in applied linguistics: Realities, dilemmas, and solutions
    Routledge 2017 ISBN:9781138947368
  • Writing and researching between and beyond the labels. In R. Tang (Ed.), Academic writing in a second or foreign language: Issues and challenges facing ESL/EFL academic writers in higher education contexts
    Continuum 2012 ISBN:9781472522665
  • Ethnography and discourse analysis. In K. Hyland & B. Paltridge (Eds.), The Continuum companion to discourse analysis
    Continuum 2011 ISBN:9781441165640
  • Negotiating the invisible: Two women making sense of chronic illness through narrative. In P. McPherron & V. Ramanathan (Eds.), Language, body, and Health
    De Gruyter 2011 ISBN:9781934078198
  • Learning to do graduate school: Learning to do life. In C. P. Casanave & X. Li (Eds.), Learning the literacy practices of graduate school: Insiders’ reflections on academic enculturation
    University of Michigan Press 2008 ISBN:9780472032310
Lectures and oral presentations  (20):
  • Researching people with illnesses and disabilities: Ethical dilemmas and imperatives
    (Qualitative Research Consortium in English Education 2020)
  • Perils of narrative inquiry: When devastating stories unfold
    (American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 2019)
  • The ethical dilemmas in narrative research: Working with participants with illnesses and disabilities
    (American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 2017)
  • Environmentally coupled learning structures and opportunities in a sociocognitive approach to SLA
    (The Interactional Competences and Practices in a Second Language (ICOP-L2) Conference 2017)
  • Trajectories of participation in a sociocognitive approach to SLA
    (American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 2016)
Professional career (3):
  • Master of Education (Temple University)
  • Doctor of Education (Temple University)
  • 文学士 (上智大学)
Association Membership(s) (2):
American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) ,  Institute of Comparative Culture (ICC)
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