MASUMOTO,Tomoko

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Name
MASUMOTO,Tomoko
E-mail
masumotokansai-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kansai University
Section
Faculty of Foreign Language StudiesDepartment of Foreign Language Studies
Job title
Professor
Research funding number
00337750

Education

 
 
   
 
International Policy Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies
 
 
   
 
Department of Communication & Journalism, University of New Mexico
 

Awards & Honors

 
Feb 2012
Site as Symbol: Hiroshima, Los Alamos, and the Cultural Evocations of Two Museums, Top three paper in Intercultural Communication Division, The Western States Communication Association Annual Conference
Winner: MASUMOTO Tomoko
 
Nov 2011
Listening To Your Own Voice: Edward T. Hall and How the Need for Training Created a Discipline., Top panel in Training and Development Division, The National Communication Association Annual Conference
Winner: MASUMOTO Tomoko
 
Nov 2007
The Expatriate Intern in a Japanese Organization: Predeparture Training, Intercultural Communication, and ‘Learning How to Learn’., Top three paper in Training and Development Division, The National Communication Association Annual Conference
Winner: MASUMOTO Tomoko
 

Published Papers

 
Learning How to Learn: preparing the Expatriate Intern to Work in a Japanese Organization
Tomoko Masumoto
International Journal of Humanities and Social Science   2(18), pp.77-84    Oct 2012
Salience and Semantics of key Words at the Intersection of Health Care Providers, Public Health, and Intercultural Communication
Tomoko Masumoto
International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral, and Social Sciences,Proceedings   24(19), 1-13    Nov 2012
The Semantic Dimension of an International Story: The Ehime Maru Incident
Tomoko Masumoto
ETC: A Review of General Semantics   68(2), 205-213    Apr 2011
Cultural Semantics of an International Incident: Telling the Story of the ‘Ehime Maru
Tomoko Masumoto
International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral, and Social Sciences,Proceedings   19(3), 1-11    Nov 2008
Individualism and Collectivism in Theory and Practice: The Work Experience of US interns in Japanese Organizations
第18号, pp.109-135    Mar 2006
Learning to “Do Time”: A study of U.S. Interns in Japanese Organizations
Tomoko Masumoto
International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management   4 (1), 19-37    Apr 2004
Kisha Kurabu and Koho: Japanese Media Relations and Public Relations
William Kelly;Tomoko Masumoto;Dark Gibson
Public Relations Review   28, 265-281    Feb 2002
Face and Facework in Conflict: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of China, Germany, Japan, and the United States
John Oetzel;Stella Ting-Toomey;Tomoko Masumoto;Yumiko Yokochi;Xiaohui Pan;Jiro Takai;Richard Wilcox
Communication Monographs   68 (3), 235-258    Sep 2001
A Typology of Facework Behaviors in Conflicts with Best Friends and Relative Strangers
John Oetzel;Stella Ting-Toomey;Yumiko Yokochi;Tomoko Masumoto;Jiro Takai
Communication Quarterly   48 (4), 397-419    2001
American Interns in Japanese Organizations: Participant Perceptions and Interpretations of Intercultural Communication in the U.S.-Japan Industry and Technology Management Program
Tomoko Masumoto
University of New Mexico (2000). Dissertation Abstracts International      May 2000

Books etc

 
With Respect to Japanese: Going to work in Japan
John C. Condon;Tomoko Masumoto (Part:Joint Work)
Intercultural Press   Jan 2011   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Command, Control, and Communication: Scholarly Perspectives on Seventy Years of Nuclear Weapons History
Tomoko Masumoto
101th National Communication Association Annual Convention   Nov 2015   
Japan’s Collective Memory of Hiroshima seen through the Eyes of a Child: The National and Global Impact of Keiji Nakazawa’s Graphic Novel
Tomoko Masumoto
University of Alberta, Prince Takamado Japan Center “70th After Hiroshima”   Sep 2015   
Barefoot Gen”: The Continued Influence of the Most Significant Anti-Nuclear War Manga Ever Published
Tomoko Masumoto
36th Southwest Popular and American Culture Association Conference   Feb 2015   
Site as Symbol: Hiroshima, Los Alamos, and the cultural Evocations of Two Museums
Tomoko Masumoto
The Western States Communication Association Annual Conference   Feb 2012   
Top three paper in Intercultural Communication Division
Salience and Semantics of Key Words at the Intersection of Health Care Providers, Public Health, and Intercultural Communication
Tomoko Masumoto
The International Academy of Linguistics, Behavioral, and Social Sciences   Nov 2012   

Association Memberships

 
 

Works

 
American interns in Japanese Organizations : Participant perceptions and interpretations of intercultural communication in the U.S.'-Japan industry and technology management program
1996 - 1999
Facework across cultures
1998 - 2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Application of Intercultural Communication to Health Communication
Fulbright Scholarship
Project Year: Aug 2009 - Jul 2010    Investigator(s): MASUMOTO Tomoko
Different perception of time in multi-cultural organizations
A postcolonial approach to American translation of Japanese films
Facework across cultures
Communication between doctors and patients