BEUCKMANN Fusako (SUGIMOTO)

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Name
BEUCKMANN Fusako (SUGIMOTO)
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo
Section
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Job title
Researcher
Degree
Doctor (Language and Culture)(Osaka University of Foreign Studies), Master (Language and Culture)(Osaka University of Foreign Studies)
Research funding number
50370995

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Sep 2019
 - 
Today
Professors, Graduate school of college of arts and sciences, Center for global communication strategies, The University of Tokyo
 
Apr 2014
 - 
Aug 2019
Associate Professor, Graduate school of college of arts and sciences, Center for global communication strategies, The University of Tokyo
 
Dec 2010
 - 
Mar 2014
Project associate professor, The University of Tokyo, KOMEX
 
2003
   
 
- Researcher, The National Institute for Japanex Language
 

Education

 
 
 - 
2000
Studies in Language and Society, Guraduate School of Integrated Studies in Language and Society, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
 
 - 
1994
Japanese Study, Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
 
 - 
1992
Japanese, Faculty of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 

Published Papers

 
Fusako Beuckmann and Mori Kazumasa
The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   21(1) 225-238   2018   [Refereed]
BEUCKMANN Fusako
CAJLE2013 Proceedings   20-29   Aug 2013

Books etc

 
Authentic Japanese : Progressing from Intermediate to Advanced
The Japan Times   1998   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Development of Refusal Expressions Depending On Japanese Learners’ Proficiency Levels: An Interlanguage Pragmatic Analysis
BEUCKMANN Fusako
ICJLE   4 Aug 2018   
Acquiring politeness expressions and realizing speech acts in study abroad context: Focus on request, apology, and invitation in Japanese
BEUCKMANN Fusako
15 Jul 2015   
BEUCKMANN Fusako (SUGIMOTO)
Association of Applied Linguistics   12 Aug 2014   
Pragmatic development of Japanese learners:A ten-month’s longitudinal study of reques
BEUCKMANN Fusako
The 16th Annual Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan   8 Dec 2013   
The pragmatic development of Japanese learners at the Beginner’s level: The case of apology
BEUCKMANN Fusako
CAJLE 2013 Annual Conference:   22 Aug 2013   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Conversational Analysis, Pragmatics
Project Year: 2000   

Misc

 
Sequence Organizations of Problem-Solving in Japanese Conversations
Japanese-Language Education around the Globe   (10) 221-240   2000