HARA Daisuke

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HARA Daisuke
Aichi Medical University
College of Nursing, College of Nursing
Job title
Associate Professor
Master of Arts in Education(International Christian University), Doctor of Philosophy(The University of Chicago (USA))

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

.9  Assistant Professor, College of Nursing,
Aichi Medical University
Oct 2004
 Associate Professor, College of Nursing,
Aichi Medical University


Linguistics, Graduate School, Division of Humanities, The University of Chicago
Humanities, Department of Literature, Waseda University


Maximum Syllable Complexity Constraint in ASL and JSL
The Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society 2004      2004
Development of a Japanese Sign Language-Japanese Electronic Dictionary based on sign language phonemes
Proceedings of the 30th annual meeting of JASL, Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics   4-7   2004
A Complexity-Based Approach to the Syllable Formation in Sign Language
The University of Chicago      2003
Brandi Chery1 L., J. Lockhart, and D. Hara. 2003. "Overcoming barriers in international keypal exchange programs: An exemplar between Japanese and American nursing students."
Nurse Educator   28(4) 156-160   2003
Probabilistic Approach to Syllable Well-formedness in ASL
The 38th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society:Chicago, USA      2002

Books etc

A Complexity-based Approach to the Syllable Formation in American Sign Language
CLS 38: The Panels   2004   
"Notation System and Statistical Analysis of NMS in JSL"(共著)
Springer(Gesture and Sign Language in Human-Computer Interaction)   2002   
Directional inflections in Japanese Sign Language morphology(共著)
Aspects of Language Functions in Society, Bunka Hyoron Publishing Company   1991   
Structure of sign language-sign language phonology-
Selections in humanities, The University of Waseda, Department of Literature, Humanities Press   1991   
'Compounding' in Japanese Sign Language(共著)
Varieties of Language Behavior, Bunka Hyoron Publishing Company   1990   

Research Grants & Projects

Well-formedness of the Japanese Sign Language words
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2003 - 2004
A Study on Notational Systems and Recognition Mechanizms of Sign Languages
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2002 - 2006
Development of a Japanese Sign Language - Japanese electoronic dictionary
Grant-in-Aid for Promotion of Private Scientific Research
Project Year: 2004 - 2004