HADLEY GREGORY STUART

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Name
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Alternative names
G. S Hadley
Nickname
Gregory Hadley
E-mail
ghadleyhuman.niigata-u.ac.jp
URL
http://www2.human.niigata-u.ac.jp/~ghadley/main/
Affiliation
Niigata University
Section
Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Humanities
Job title
Professor
Degree
Bachelor of Arts(Northwest Missouri State University), Master of Divinity(Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), Master of Arts(The University of Birmingham), Doctor of Philosophy(The University of Birmingham)
Research funding number
70311008
Twitter ID
thehadman
Google Analytics
UA-71728147-1
ORCID ID
0000-0002-3325-2365

Profile

I teach language and cultural studies at Niigata University, and I am a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University. I am an educator living in the 'third space' of educational organizations undergoing change as a result of today's global audit culture. I seek to transcend artificial barriers between professionals, eschew rivalries, and connect with others to create dynamic interdisciplinary communities. My objectives are to help others without fostering codependency, to engage in critically aware research practice, and learn how to better listen to and understand those around me.

Education

 
Sep 2006
 - 
Jul 2012
PhD, Department of English, University of Birmingham (UK)
 
Sep 1994
 - 
Jul 1997
Masters of TEFL/TESL, Graduate School, Division of Humanities, University of Birmingham (UK)
 
Sep 1984
 - 
Aug 1987
Communications/Spanish, Faculty of Information and Communication, Northwest Missouri State University
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Oct 2012
 - 
Today
Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College, The University of Oxford
 
Oct 2014
 - 
Today
Professor, Western Languages and Cultures, Niigata University, Faculty of Humanities
 
Apr 2000
 - 
Sep 2014
Professor of Cultural Studies, Department of Information Culture, Nigata University of International and Information Studies
 

Awards & Honors

 
Nov 2018
Award for Academic and Teaching Excellence, Highest Rating, Niigata University
 
Nov 2018
Best of JALT Award for Excellence in Research Presentations, Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT)
 
Oct 2007
Honorary Member, Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Data-Driven Learning for English Language Beginners: An Empirically-Grounded and Evidence-Based Investigation
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): General Research Grant C #16K2878
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2019    Investigator(s): HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Hadley Hiromi
The scientific background of this project relates to Data-Driven Learning (DDL), a corpus-based method of English language study. Research has shown that while DDL is effective among advanced and intermediate learners of English, it has been too d...

Books etc

 
Critical Grounded Theory (in The SAGE Handbook of Current Developments in Grounded Theory, edited by Antony Bryant & Kathy Charmaz)
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 564-592)
SAGE Publications   2019   
Learning Through Textbooks (in The Cambridge Guide to Learning English as a Second Language, edited by Anne Burns & Jack C. Richards)
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, pp. 298-306)
Cambridge University Press   2018   
Methodological Congruence: Combining the Strengths of Personal Construct Repertory Grids and Grounded Theory (in Personal Construct Psychology at 60: Papers from the 21st International Congress, edited by D. Winter, P. Cummins, H. Proctor, and N. Reed )
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 18-31)
Cambridge Scholars Publishing   Apr 2017   
The Games People Play: A Critical Study of 'Resource Leeching' among 'Blended' English for Academic Purpose Professionals in Neoliberal Universities (in Language, Education and Neoliberalism: Critical Studies in Sociolinguistics, edited by Mi-Cha Flubache
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 184-203)
Multilingual Matters   2017   
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Routledge   2017   ISBN:9781138795105
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Springer   2015   ISBN:9783319104485
Global Textbooks in Local Contexts: An Empirical Investigation of Effectiveness (in English Language Teaching Textbooks: Content, Consumption, Production, edited by Nigel Harwood)
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 205-238)
Palgrave Macmillian   2013   
Hadley Gregory
Paulownia Press   2007   ISBN:9780955558207
Action Research in Action
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Editor)
SEMEO RELC (Singapore)   2003   
Concordancing in Japanese TEFL: Unlocking the Power of Data-Driven Learning (in The Japanese Learner: Context, Culture and Classroom Practice, edited by K. Gray, M.A. Ansell, S. Cardew and M. Leedham)
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 138-144)
Oxford University Department of Continuing Education   2001   
Constructions Across a Culture Gap (in Action Research, edited by Julian Edge)
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 129-143)
TESOL   2000   
Action Research : Something for Everyone (in Classroom Teachers and Classroom Research, edited by Dale Griffee & David Nunan)
HADLEY GREGORY STUART (Part:Contributor, 87-98)
JALT   1997   

Published Papers

 
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Journal of English for Academic Purposes   31 84-86   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory, Charles Maggie
LANGUAGE LEARNING & TECHNOLOGY   21(3) 131-152   Oct 2017   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES   35 89-90   Jul 2014   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory
SYSTEM   42 476-477   Feb 2014   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES   33 97-98   Jan 2014   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory
SYSTEM   41(1) 194-196   Mar 2013   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory
Bulletin of Niigata University of International and Information Studies Department of Information Culture   14 1-21   Apr 2011
This paper considers a number of problems which arose after the publication of my earlier work entitled Field of Spears. I will discuss how I sought clarity in the murky waters of war memories, and consider instances in which I encountered inconsi...
Gregory Hadley
Political Discourse Analysis   23-48   Dec 2008   [Refereed]
Momentous events of the late 20th and early 21st century have led to the rapid and sometimes disturbing growth of American influence around the world. This informal empire both explicitly rewards and implicitly threatens those living in nations of...
Hadley Gregory, Brown Howard
Bulletin of Niigata University of International and Information Studies Department of Information Culture   10 27-36   May 2007
A pilot project to establish a self-access language-learning center (LLC) is currently underway at NUIS. This paper profiles the project including the educational and philosophical basis of self-access learning and learner autonomy as well as the ...
Hadley Gregory
Bulletin of Niigata University of International and Information Studies Department of Information Culture   9 29-44   Jun 2006
In light of the ongoing developments with the Advanced Levels of the Communicative English Program (CEP), this paper considers some of the background literature that discusses change and innovation in educational institutions. It is argued that ch...
Money, Politics and Religion: A Survey of Anglo-American Influence in TESOL
Jounal of Language Teaching, Linguistics & Literature   Vol. 9, 11-33    2005   [Refereed]
Nigel Harwood, Gregory Hadley
English for Specific Purposes   23 355-377   Jan 2004   [Refereed]
Three approaches to the teaching of English for Academic Purposes (EAP) are identified, the Critical approach, the Pragmatic approach, and the Critical Pragmatic approach. Critical EAP is appealing pedagogically because of its restive questioning ...
International English and the Anglo-American Hegemony: Quandary in the Asian Pacific Region
Explorations in Teacher Education   12 (2), 44-50    2004   [Refereed]
Relating the Curriculum to Regional Concerns: A Japanese Case Study
GEMA Journal   3, 2, 15-40    2003   [Refereed]
Gregory Hadley
RELC Journal   33 99-124   Dec 2002   [Refereed]
This paper studies the rationale for allowing Data-driven learning (DDL) more prominence in the EFL classroom. After covering some pertinent issues and developments in the field of pedagogic grammar (PG), the case for DDL will be discussed. The la...
Hadley Gregory, Jeffrey David, Warwick Matthew
Bulletin of Niigata University of International and Information Studies Department of Information Culture   5, 1-27 1-27   Mar 2002
The Communicative English Program is a dream taken form through the efforts of the Department of Information Culture at Niigata University of International and Information Studies (NUIS). Two years since its inception, the Communicative English Pr...
The Language Teacher, JALT   25(7) 18-22   2001   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory
Research reports of the Nagaoka Technical College   36(1) 23-32   Mar 2000
This Report, which acted upon the findings of a needs analysis conducted at Nagaoka National College of Technology, discusses the creation of task-based teaching materials for students of English for Science and Technology. It was found that a tas...
Hadley Gregory
Research reports of the Nagaoka Technical College   36(1) 1-10   Mar 2000
This paper reports on the English as a Foreign Language needs of students at Nagaoka National College of Technology in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. The findings reveal that students need English primarily as a reading skill for university level stud...
Hadley Gregory, Mort Jerry
Research reports of the Nagaoka Technical College   35(2) 45-51   Oct 1999
This report examines the interrater reliability of oral communication tests at Nagaoka National College of Technology. The procedure, research instrument, analysis, results and the measures that need to be taken in order to bolster reliability wil...
Hadley Gregory
Research reports of the Nagaoka Technical College   35(1) 5-13   Mar 1999
Recently the Anglican bishop John Spong called for a reconsideration of the theological debate surrounding Arianism, an alternative view of Christ which was popular during the third and fourth century AD. This paper, which reviews the Arian contro...
Korea TESOL Journal   2(1) 63-72   1999   [Refereed]
ELT Journal(Oxford University Press)   53(2) 92-99   1999   [Refereed]
Gregory Hadley
RELC Journal   29(2) 50-71   Dec 1998   [Refereed]
As the linguistic attention of the ELT academic community continues to move away from the concerns of second language syllabi designs found in CLT or Task-based learning, there are questions among many as to what form the current paradigm shift wi...
Hadley Gregory S.
Research reports of the Nagaoka Technical College   34(2) 13-20   Oct 1998
This paper introduces readers to the life and literature of Rebecca Harding Davis, a creative, sometimes radical realist writer from the 19th century. After a biographical sketch of Davis' life, we will survey some of the significant cultural forc...
Hadley Gregory S.
Research reports of the Nagaoka Technical College   34(2) 7-12   Oct 1998
In the past few years, several articles have come out in Japan which describe techniques that encourage and measure oral communication, referred to in this paper as TEMOC. This paper asks the following questions: Are TEMOC in fact a valid measure ...
Hadley Gregory
Bulletin of Keiwa College   7 211-228   Feb 1998
Hadley Gregory S., Naaykens John E.
Niigata studies in foreign languages and cultures   3 111-118   Dec 1997
Hadley Gregory
Bulletin of Keiwa College   6 61-87   Feb 1997
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research   26(4) 483-496   1997   [Refereed]
Hadley Gregory S.
Niigata studies in foreign languages and cultures   2 115-125   Dec 1996
Hadley Gregory S.
Niigata studies in foreign languages and cultures   1 33-46   Dec 1995

Conference Activities & Talks

 
DDL and Extensive Reading: An Inclusive Approach
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
JALT2018 Conference   26 Nov 2018   
Textbooks in ELT: What Are They Good for Anyway? [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
JALT2018 Conference   24 Nov 2018   
Methodological Flows: A Consideration of Grounded Theory and Mixed Methods Research [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA)   23 Aug 2018   
Investigating Data-Driven Learning with Receptive Skills: A Contemporary Approach
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC)   19 Jul 2018   
The Games People Play: A Critical Study of 'Resource Leeching' in Neoliberal Universities
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
IX European Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism Conference   6 Jul 2018   
Taking the Charmazian Turn: The Move Towards Critical Grounded Theory
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
IX European Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism Conference   5 Jul 2018   
Data-Driven Insight or Information Overload? Researching Foreign and Second Language Learning with Grounded Theory [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Lynn Erler Lecture, University of Oxford   18 May 2018   
Grounded Theory in Applied Linguistics: Attractive Nuisance or Helpful Guide [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
JALT Kitakyushu   10 Feb 2018   
Investigating the Impact of Extensive Reading with Data-Driven Learning
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
英語コーパス学会 第43回大会,関西学院大学   30 Sep 2017   
Grounded Theory in Applied Linguistics: Attractive Nuisance or Helpful Guide [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
JALT Fukui   23 Jul 2017   
A Crash Course in Grounded Theory
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
North East Asian Regional (NEAR) Language Education Conference   10 Jun 2017   
Modeling Grounded Theory as a Method for Good Research Practice [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
University of Leicester (UK)   24 May 2017   
How the Game is Played: Focusing on Blended EAP Professionals in Corporatized Universities [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
The EAP Practitioner in the Academy: A Watershed Moment, EAP in the North Symposium, Durham University, UK   20 May 2017   
Investigating the Impact of Data-Driven Learning with Extensive Reading [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Department of Education, University of Oxford   16 May 2017   
Data-Driven Learning with Extensive Reading: Language Gains and Affective Responses [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Charles Maggie
American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL)   18 Mar 2017   
The Impact of Data-Driven Learning in ER
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT)   28 Nov 2016   
Data-Driven Learning with Extensive Reading: Investigating the Language Gains and Affective Responses of Beginners
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
9th Annual Extensive Reading Seminar, Nanzan University   1 Oct 2016   
Extensive Reading, False Beginners, and Vocabulary Development: Investigating the Impact of Data-Driven Learning
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Charles Maggie
Teaching and Language Corpora (TaLC)   21 Jul 2016   
Linking Student Constructs to Educational Innovations: Dynamics within a Japanese Context
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, HADLEY HIROMI
The XIIIth European Personal Construct Association Conference   8 Jul 2016   
Extensive Reading, False Beginners, and Vocabulary Development: Investigating the Impact of Data-Driven Learning
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
North East Asian Regional (NEAR) Language Education Conference   11 Jun 2016   
Grounded Theory for the Uninitiated: Practical Advice, Pitfalls, and Possibilities
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
42nd Annual Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT) Conference   27 Nov 2015   
Methodological Synthesis: Using Repertory Grids to Develop Better Grounded Theories
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
21st International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, University of Hertfordshire (UK)   15 Jul 2015   
Grounded Theory for the Uninitiated: Practical Advice, Pitfalls, and Possibilities
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
7th Annual NEAR Language Education Conference   23 May 2015   
’Professional Disarticulation': A Critical Grounded Theory of Blended EAP Professionals in Neoliberal Universities
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Thirteenth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education (HICE)   7 Jan 2015   
Global Textbooks in Local Contexts: An Empirical Investigation of Effectiveness
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
MATSDA Conference, The University of Liverpool (UK)   13 Jul 2013   
Life in the Third Space: A Critical Grounded Theory of Blended EAP Professionals in Corporatizing Universities
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Regional Educator's Seminar, University of Oxford   18 Jun 2013   
’Blended Academic Professionals’: A Critical Overview of Life in the ‘Third Spaces’ of Corporatized Higher Educational Institutions [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
ELLTA Research Group Talk, The University of Warwick (UK)   21 May 2013   
Life in the ‘Third Space’: A Grounded Theory of EAP Professionals Traversing Traditional Organizational Cultures
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
British Association of Applied Linguistics Special Interest Group in Intercultural Communication Seminar: Intercultural Communication in Higher Education – Principles and Practices, Newcastle University   17 May 2013   
Revisiting the Cruel and Jagged Edge of Traumatic Memories [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Café Scientifique (Nottingham, UK)   22 Apr 2013   
Blended EAP Professionals in Corporatized Universities: Typologies and Strategies
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
BALEAP Conference, The University of Nottingham   21 Apr 2013   
Global Textbooks in Local Contexts: An Empirical Investigation of Effectiveness [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
American Association of Applied Linguistics   19 Mar 2013   
Looking Behind the Veil: A Grounded Theory on the Architecture of Task-Based Language Teaching [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Department of Education Linguistics Seminar, The University of Oxford   22 Jan 2013   
The Problem of Traumatic War Memories: Constructions, Controversy, and Hope [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Public Seminar, Kellogg College, The University of Oxford   16 Jan 2013   
Looking Behind the Veil: A Grounded Theory on the Architecture of Task-Based Language Teaching [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Language & Linguistics Seminar, The University of Essex   18 Oct 2012   
Looking Behind the Veil: A Grounded Theory on the Architecture of Task-Based Language Teaching
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
TBL in Asia, Osaka Shoin University   20 May 2012   
Field of Spears: The Last Mission of the Jordan Crew [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
The Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan   10 Oct 2007   
Terror from On High: Understanding War and Captivity from the Perspective of B-29 Crewmen
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Saylor, Thomas
B-29 International Research Forum   20 May 2006   
Data-Driven Learning for Beginners: A Three-Year Study
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Corpus Linguistics 2005 Conference, University of Birmingham, UK   16 Jul 2005   
Transforming University Education: Adopting a Wider View.
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Brady Alan, Jones Brett
JALT 2004 Conference   21 Nov 2004   
ELT and the New World Order: Nation Building or Neocolonial Reconstruction?
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
PAC 5 Conference, Russian Far Eastern University, Vladivostok   Jun 2004   
ELT and the New World Order: Nation Building or Neocolonial Reconstruction?
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
SoLLs.INTEC.03 International Conference   14 Dec 2003   
Relating the Curriculum to Regional Concerns: A Japanese Case Study
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
RELC International Seminar, Singapore.   23 Apr 2002   
Demystifying Institutional Practices: Corpus Based Critical Pragmatism and the Teaching of Academic Writing
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Harwood Nigel
IATEFL International Conference   26 Mar 2002   
Future Trends in Syllabus Design [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Japan Association of Language Teachers, Niigata   Jan 2001   
Future Trends in Syllabus Design
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
JALT International Conference, Shizuoka   Nov 2000   
Approaches and Methods in Academic Writing [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART, Harwood Nigel
English for International Students Summer Presessional Course, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.   Sep 2000   
Cutting Edge Research Tools for Teachers: An Introduction to Repertory Grids
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
ALT International Conference   Oct 1999   
Putting Theory into Practice: A Methodology for Preparing and Administering Speaking Tests [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Niigata Municipal Education Center   Aug 1999   
Cutting Edge Research Tools for Teachers: An Introduction to Repertory Grids.
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
ALT Hokkaido Regional Language Teaching Conference   May 1999   
Getting the Right Tools for the Job: Creating Corpora for Language Learning
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
International Symposium on Computer Learner Corpora, Second Language Acquisition, and Foreign Language Learning. Chinese University of Hong Kong   Dec 1998   
Language Learning Needs of Technology Students: A Preliminary Study
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Council of College English Teachers   Sep 1998   
Assumptions of Western Communication: Basic Concepts [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Niigata Municipal Education Center   Jul 1998   
Encouraging Oral Communication in the EFL Classroom
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Niigata University General Education and Language Research Group   Dec 1997   
Plato, Confucius, and Internationalization [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Niigata Municipal Education Center   Jul 1996   
New Ways to Answer Old Questions: An Introduction to Repertory Grids
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Niigata University General Education and Language Research Group   May 1996   
Dealing with Classroom Problems: The AR Solution
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
JALT International Conference   Nov 1995   
Making Conversations Happen [Invited]
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Japan Association of Language Teachers, Niigata   Dec 1993   
The Conversation Tree
HADLEY GREGORY STUART
Niigata JALT Regional Conference   Jul 1993   

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Misc

 
英語に対する学生の不安感 その積極的学習意欲への転換
グレゴリー・ハドリー
看護教育   35(7) 539-543   Jul 1994