BARKE,Andrew

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Oct 6, 2019 at 02:40
 
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Name
BARKE,Andrew
E-mail
ajbarkekansai-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kansai University
Section
Faculty of Foreign Language StudiesDepartment of Foreign Language Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
PhD
Research funding number
90615741

Research Areas

 
 
  • Linguistics / Linguistics / Contrastive Linguistics
  • Linguistics / Linguistics / Japanese/English Pragmatics
  • Linguistics / Linguistics / Japanese/English Sociolinguistics

Published Papers

 
What ‘you’ can say in Japanese: Gender as a pragmatic factor in Japanese personal reference through history.
Barke, Andrew J.
Victoria University Press       2000
Inconspicuous gender marking: The case of Japanese sentence-final particles YO and NE.
Barke, Andrew
Kurosio Publishers       2001
「全学日本語コースの改善に向けてのアンケート調査」 
   Mar 2002
「人称代名詞に行われるジェンダーの相互作用」
BARKE,Andrew
   2004
Japanese pronouns of address: Their behaviour and maintenance over time.
Barke, Andrew;Uehara, Satoshi
John Benjamins      2005
Manipulating honorifics in the construction of social identities in Japanese television drama.
Barke, Andrew
Journal of Sociolinguistics       2010
Situated Functions of Addressee Honorifics in Japanese Television Drama.
Barke, Andrew
Continuum International Publishing Group      2011
Culture in the classroom: A comparative study of classroom discourse management strategies.
Barke, Andrew;Nakamura, Izumi
Faculty of Foreign Language Studies, Kansai University   第7号、1~16頁    Oct 2012
Constructing identity in the Japanese workplace through dialectal and honorific shifts.
Barke, Andrew
Palgrave Macmillan      Apr 2018
In Cook, Haruko Minegishi and Janet Shibamoto-Smith (eds.), Japanese at Work: Politeness, Power, and Personae in Japanese Workplace Discourse.

Misc

 
2005 New Zealand elections - a closely fought battle. 
Barke, Andrew
Journal of New Zealand Studies in Japan      2005

Books etc

 
Landmark: English Communication 2
Takeuchi, Osamu;Nakata, Yoshiyuki;Honda, Katsuhisa;Tanabe, Naoko;Ikeda, Maiko;Mizumoto Atsushi;Arimoto, Hisae;Barke, Andrew J.;Eberl, Derek Ray;Hult, James Jarrett;Keirinkan Editing Dept. (Part:Joint Work)
Keirinkan   Jan 2013   
Landmark: English Communication 3
Takeuchi, Osamu;Nakata, Yoshiyuki;Honda, Katsuhisa;Tanabe, Naoko;Ikeda, Maiko;Mizumoto Atsushi;Arimoto, Hisae;Barke, Andrew J.;Eberl, Derek Ray;Hult, James Jarrett;Keirinkan Editing Dept. (Part:Joint Work)
Keirinkan   Mar 2014   
Landmark: English Communication 2 (Revised Edition)
Takeuchi, Osamu;Nakata, Yoshiyuki;Honda, Katsuhisa;Tanabe, Naoko;Ikeda, Maiko;Mizumoto Atsushi;Arimoto, Hisae;Barke, Andrew J.;Eberl, Derek Ray;Hult, James Jarrett;Keirinkan Editing Dept.
Keirinkan   Mar 2018   
Landmark Fit: English Communication 2
Tanabe, Naoko;Takeuchi, Osamu;Nakata, Yoshiyuki;Honda, Katsuhisa;Ikeda, Maiko;Mizumoto Atsushi;Arimoto, Hisae;Sasaki, Keisei;Ikenoue, Daisuke;Ishida, Masatoshi;Arimoto, Hisae;Barke, Andrew J.;Keirinkan Editing Dept. (Part:Joint Work)
Keirinkan   Mar 2018   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Japanese particles yo, ne, and yone: A functional analysis.
Barke, Andrew;Kobayashi, Masahiro
Nov 2003   
Identity construction through self reference in Japanese television drama.
Barke, Andrew
Dec 2009   
俺の不注意ちゃうやん [It’s not my carelessness]: Dialect in the Japanese workplace.
Barke, Andrew
13 Dec 2014   
The effect of age on the style of discourse among Japanese women.
Barke, Andrew
Jul 1998   
T/V or not T/V?: A Historical and Comparative Approach to Social Deixis in Terms of Address in Japanese.
Barke, Andrew;Uehara, Satoshi
Aug 1999   
What ‘You’ Can Say in Japanese: gender as a pragmatic factor in Japanese personal reference through history.
Barke, Andrew
Oct 1999   
Working on politeness: Strategies and strategists in the maintenance of politeness in Japanese second person reference.
Barke, Andrew;Uehara, Satoshi
Dec 1999   
The effect of age on the style of discourse among Japanese women.
Barke, Andrew
Feb 2000   
Inconspicuous gender marking: The case of Japanese sentence-final particles YO and NE.
Barke, Andrew
Aug 2000   
Getting the message across: Cultural input in the conveyance of knowledge.
Barke, Andrew
Feb 2003   
(Im)politeness and (in)formality in Japanese television dramas.
Barke, Andrew
Jul 2007   
Utilisation and manipulation of honorifics in the construction of social identities in Japanese television drama.
Barke, Andrew
Jul 2009   
Constructing Identity through Reference and Address in the Japanese Workplace.
Barke, Andrew
5 Jul 2011   
Variation within the workplace: Japanese reference and address forms in the construction of identity.
Barke, Andrew
23 Aug 2012   
Dialectal and honorific shifts in Japanese workplace meetings.
Barke, Andrew
29 Jul 2015   
Presented in the panel session "Community of Practice in Japanese Business Discourse: Strategic Uses of Linguistic Resources"
Identity construction of non-native academics in Japanese universities: ‘A very difficult position you have to navigate.’
Barke, Andrew
13 May 2017   
Fact or function? A social constructivist approach to improving Japanese L2 learner pragmatic competence in the use of addressee honorifics.
Barke, Andrew;Shimazu, Momoyo
18 Jul 2017   
Constructing global identities through job hunting: The myths and facts of gurōbaru jinzai.
Barke, Andrew;Shimazu, Momoyo
28 Jun 2018   
Presented in the colloquium "How globalised are Japanese workplaces really? Struggles with idealization and actual practices"
Insider outsiders: Identity struggles of non-Japanese in Japanese workplaces.
Barke, Andrew
28 Jun 2018   
Presented in the colloquium "How globalised are Japanese workplaces really? Struggles with idealization and actual practices"
From Student to Shakaijin: The (re)shaping of job-hunter identities
Barke, Andrew;Shimazu, Momoyo
14 Jun 2019   
Identity construction in the global era: Japanese university students creating self-identities through job-hunting activities.
Barke, Andrew
8 Dec 2018