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TAKITA FUYUKO

TAKITA FUYUKO
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Papers (7):
  • Power Relations and Interactional Dominance Among Multicultural Workers in Meetings. Hiroshima Studies in Language and Language Education. 2016. 19. pp.151-pp.162
  • Asymmetries in the Distribution of Power in the Multicultural Workplace: Reducing Imbalances with Intercultural Communicative Competence.Hiroshima City University Graduate School of International Studies. Doctoral Thesis. Doctoral Thesis Hiroshima City University Graduate School of International Studies. 2014. p.1-p.243
  • Negotiating Politely Across Cultures : Comparison of Linguistic Strategies among International Students in Japan. Journal of Modern Education review. 2013. 3. 8. p.20-p.35
  • Comparison of Linguistic Strategies among International Students in Japan. Hiroshima Studies in Language and Language Education. 2013. 16. 203-221
  • Classroom Exercise for Effective Negotiation across Cultures. Pragmatic Resouces for Teachers. 2012. 1. 46-48
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Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Cultural Dissonance and the Japanese School Staffroom: How JETs and Japanese Teachers Can Adapt to One Another
    (Hiroshima Board of Education: Lecture and Training for English Teachers at Prefectural High Schools 2019)
  • Navigating Japanese Communication Style: Cross-cultural Negotiation with the Japanese
    (13th Global and Cross Cultural Seminar/Conference on Cross-Cultural Organizational Research with Dr.Geert Hofstede 2018)
  • How Do We Promote Global Responsibility in Our University Classrooms?
    (THT Laos: Negotiation and Translation for Teachers in the Faculty of Letters 2018)
  • Promoting Effective Intercultural Communication Strategies in University Classrooms: Focusing on Imbalanced Power of Language Across Cultures
    (The 2018 Lao TESOL Conference、"Responding to Challenges of English Language Teaching for EFL Learners" 2018)
  • "Challenges and Opportunities in Bringing English Education into Japanese Classrooms: Intercultural Perspective"
    (Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education Annual Workshop for English Teachers at Prefectural High Schools 2018)
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Professional career (4):
  • Master (University of Birmingham)
  • Master (Argosy University)
  • Master (Chaminade University)
  • Master (Chaminade University)
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