AKASU Kaoru

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Name
AKASU Kaoru
Affiliation
Toyo University
Section
Faculty of Literature, Department of English and American Literature
Job title
Full Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies), MASTER OF ARTS IN LINGUISTICS(University of California, Berkeley)
Other affiliation
Toyo University
Research funding number
10150971

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
On the Three Editions of the Kenkyusha's Dictionary of English Collocations: A Comparative Analysis
AKASU Kaoru
Linguo-Cultural Research on Phraseology   3 67-78   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
The Birth of Big Five
AKASU Kaoru
The English Teachers' Magazine   62(13) 14-16   Mar 2014   [Invited]

Misc

 
Dictionary Analyses in Lexicon Revisited
The Third ASIALEX Biennial International Conference      2003
Bilingual Dictinaries: With Particular Reference to English-Japanese Dictionaries
第4回JACET英語辞書研究会シンポジウム      2001
An Analysis of the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English Sixth Edition
Lexicon   31, 1-51    2001
An Analysis of The New Oxford Dictionary of English
Lexicon   30, 53-117    2000
A Critical Evaluation of NODE
14th International Lexicography Course      2000

Books etc

 
English Dictionary Making: Practice and Research
AKASU Kaoru (Part:Joint Editor)
Oct 2016   
Label Difference between LDCE and LDELC
In Honor of Nobuyuki Higashi   1995   
Sociolinguistic Factors Influencing Communication in Japan and the United States(共著)
Communication in Japan and the United States,State University of New York Press   1993   
Notes on I am an Eel
In Honor of Tokuichiro Matsuda   1993   
Will in Conditionals
1988   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Print Dictionaries [Invited]
AKASU Kaoru
Joint Symposium   31 May 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
CONTRASTIVE STUDIES OF ENGLISH AND JAPANESE
The Other Research Programs
Analysis of Dictionaries
The Other Research Programs
Communicative Behavior between Japanese and Americans
The Other Research Programs