HAGIWARA Akiko

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Name
HAGIWARA Akiko
Affiliation
Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences
Section
School of Life Science
Job title
Lecturer
Degree
Master of Arts

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
The Use of Computers in Language Teaching in Japan : A Report from a Newly Developed Program
The Dong-Eui International Journal Language Education and the Computer   (1) 40-59   1996
The internet and TEFL : A report on the program at the Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science (共著)
The Dong-Eui International Journal : a journal of linguistics and language education   (2) 41-63   1996
EFL learner's comprehension of Implicatures (共著)
The Journal of Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science   (1) 103   1998
Needs Analysis of the English Program in the Life Science Department of Toyaku(共著)
The Journal of Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science   (2) 55-90   1998
Understanding Figurative Language: Issues Related to Gricean theory
The Journal of Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science   Vol. 5 pp. 35-42    2002

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Formulaic Sequences Used in Scientific Writing: Are Japanese Scientists Weaker Communicators?
HAGIWARA Akiko
2014.3. American Association for Applied Linguistics 2014 Conference   Mar 2014   
Multi-dimensional collaboration using Moodle
HAGIWARA Akiko
The 38th Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning & Educational Materials Exhibition   Oct 2012   
Multilingualism in Tokyo: Balancing exoticism and accessibility
HAGIWARA Akiko
Sociolinguistics Symposium 19   Aug 2012   
Pragmatics of scientific communication
HAGIWARA Akiko
The 37th Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning & Educational Materials Exhibition   Nov 2011   
JACET 8000 for Scientific English Instruction: Level 4 Words are the Key
HAGIWARA Akiko and NAITO Mao
JACET 50th International Commemorative Convention   Sep 2011   

Works

 
Indexical Politeness and Patterns of Request in Japanese
1992
The Request Realization Patterns in Japanese : a Pragma Linguistic Study
1993

Research Grants & Projects

 
Interlanguage Pragmatics