FUKUSHIMA Saeko

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Name
FUKUSHIMA Saeko
Affiliation
Tsuru University
Job title
Professor

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
A cross-generational and cross-cultural study on demonstsration of attentiveness
FUKUSHIMA Saeko
Pragmatics   21(4) 549-571   Dec 2011   [Refereed]
External mitigation: Supportive moves in Japanese requests
FUKUSHIMA Saeko
The Tsuru University Graduate School Review   15 85-101   Mar 2011
Evaluation of politeness: Do the Japanese evaluate attentiveness more positively than the British?
FUKUSHIMA Saeko
Pragmatics   19(4) 501-518   Dec 2009   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Some Consideration on First-order and Second-order Politeness
Tsuru University Graduate School Review   7, 43-50    2003
Request Strategies in British English and Japanese
Language Sciences   18(3-4) 671-688   1996
Research on Politeness
Tsuru University Graduate Review   6, 41-51    2002
A Pragmatic Study on Requests:A Comparison between Japanese and British English
Tsuru University Graduate Review   5, 65-86    2001
Some Methodologies of Data Collection in Pragmatics.
Tsuru University Graduate School Review   4 71-88   2000

Books etc

 
Hearer's aspect in politeness: The case of requests
FUKUSHIMA Saeko (Part:Contributor, pp.103-135)
Peter Lang   Feb 2010   
Requests and Culture : Politeness in British English and Japanese
Peter Lang   2000   
A cross-cultural study of requests: The case of British and Japanese undergraduates
In Jaszczolt, K, M, & Turner, K, (eds.) Meaning Through Language Contrast Volume 2. John Benjamins Publishing Company.   2003   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
When and why do we differentiate request strategies?
15th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA2000)   2008   
Do the Supportive Moves and Pictographs Mitigate the Request Force?
40th BAAL annual conerence   2007   
A Comarative Study between the British and the Japanese on Evaluation of Politeness
BAAL/IRAAL Joint international conference   2006   
Politeness: Hearer's Aspect
The third international conference on contrastive semantics and pragmatics   2005   
Requests in Japanese: A study through e-mail messages
International conference on language, politeness and gender: The pragmatic roots   2004   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Request Strategies in English and Japanese