TAKEHARA Shin

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Name
TAKEHARA Shin
Affiliation
Osaka University
Section
Graduate School of Language and Culture Studies in Language and Society
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Master of Arts in Language and Culture(Osaka University of Foreign Studies), Doctor, Language and Culture(Osaka University of Foreign Studies)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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2000
Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
 
 - 
1995
Faculty of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 

Published Papers

 
A Study of Iranian Modern Legend
Shin TAKEHARA
Journal of Iranian Studies   (3) 120-130   Mar 2007   [Refereed]
The Abstract Style of Iranian Folktales
Shin TAKEHARA
Journal of Iranian Studies   (4) 109-123   Mar 2008   [Refereed]
Annotation of Persian Sentences by GDA
Shin TAKEHARA
(5) 159-177   Mar 2009   [Refereed]
On Positive Magic in Modern Iran
Shin TAKEHARA
Journal of Iranian Studies   (6) 128-159   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
Sweethearts in Iranian Folktales
Shin TAKEHARA
   Jul 2010

Misc

 
An Investigation on Iranian Folk-narrative
Studies in Languages and Cultural Aspects of Islam and Middle East   (1)    1999
Fulklurva dustan'ha-yi, sang dor Zhapon
Pul-i firuzah   Vol.1, pp.80-88    2002
On Two Types of AT301 in Iranian Folktales
Journal of Osaka University of Foreign Studies   Vol. 27 pp. 111-129    2002
On Stepchildren in Iranian Folktales
Folktales:Studies and Materials   No.31    2003

Books etc

 
Tales of Dragons in the World
1998   
Typology and Motif Lists of"Iranian Folktales"edited by Anjav(]J1137[) Sh(]J1137[)r(]J1107[)z(]J1137[)
Institute for the Study of Languages and Culture of Asia and Africa   2000   
Studies in Languages and Cultural Aspects of Middle East and Africa
Osaka University of Foreign Studies   2001   
Afsanah'ha-yi Irani:biravayat-i imruz vadiruz
Salis   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Creating Database for Analysis and Folkloristic Applied Research on Iranian Folk-narratives
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2006 - 2008