Updated on 2024/02/21

写真a

 
TERANISHI Masako
 
Organization
Institute for Promotion of Education and Campus Life Professor
Position
Professor
Other name(s)
Masako Nasu
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Degree

  • M.A. in English Language in Literary Studies ( University of Nottingham (U.K) )

  • 修士(教育学) ( 岡山大学 )

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Letters ( Okayama University )

Research Interests

  • Oral History

  • Narrative Approach

  • English Stylistics

  • English Language Education

  • Modernism

  • Applied Linguistics

  • Virginia Woolf

  • ライフストーリー研究

Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / English literature and literature in the English language  / Stylistics, Narrative, Life story, Modernism

Research History

  • Okayama University   教育推進機構外国語教育部門

    2022.4

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  • 岡山大学全学教育・学生支援機構基幹教育センター外国語教育部門

    2016.4 - 2022.3

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Professional Memberships

Committee Memberships

  • 日本英文学会中国四国支部   学会誌編集委員長  

    2022   

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  • 日本英文学会   大会準備委員  

    2021.6   

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  • Japan Association of International Liberal Arts   Chair  

    2020   

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  • 日本英文学会中国四国支部   学会誌編集委員  

    2020 - 2021   

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  • 日本国際教養学会   理事・事務局長  

    2013 - 2020   

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    日本国際教養学会

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  • 岡山英文学会   理事・事務局  

    2012   

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    岡山英文学会

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  • 日本ヴァージニア・ウルフ協会   大会運営委員・ホームページ管理委員  

    2010 - 2011   

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    日本ヴァージニア・ウルフ協会

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Papers

  • An Analysis of Learners' Needs in University-wide English Courses: The Process of Creating Questionnaire Items

    7   25 - 40   2023.3

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  • Toward Improving the Design of English Courses at University: A Report on a Survey of Learning Motives

    7   67 - 86   2023.3

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  • バフチンの対話理論とクリエイティブ・ライティング Reviewed

    PERSICA   ( 50 )   42 - 54   2023

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  • An Analysis on the Correlation between TOEIC L&R Online Test and GTEC Test

    6   8 - 19   2022.3

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    DOI: 10.18926/63327

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  • The Impact of L1 on L2: A Qualitative Stylistic Analysis of EFL Learners’ Writings Reviewed

    Azumi Yoshida, Masayuki Teranishi, Takayuki Nishihara, Masako Nasu

    Pedagogical Stylistics in the 21st Century   343 - 369   2022.2

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  • 岡山大学GTECを用いたCan-Doリストの開発

    大年順子, 剱持淑, 寺西雅子

    岡山大学全学教育・学生支援機構教育研究紀要   5   44 - 59   2020.12

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  • オーラルヒストリーによる外国語学習法に関する質的研究:アジア地域で活躍するグローバル人材のインタビューからの考察 Reviewed

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    PERSICA   ( 46 )   43 - 52   2019.3

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  • ウルフとユング: 小説に描出される「集合的無意識」 Reviewed

    那須雅子

    JAILA Journal   ( 4 )   50 - 61   2018.3

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  • これからのグローバル社会を生きる:現役学生の視点から Reviewed

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    JAILA Journal   ( 2 )   76 - 84   2016

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  • 「達人」の外国語学習履歴に関する質的研究:外国語学習のオーラルヒストリー分析 Reviewed

    那須雅子

    日本国際教養学会 JAILA Journal   ( 1 )   73 - 82   2015

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  • One must become externalised : Virginia Woolf's Creative Processes for Inner Presentation Reviewed

    Nasu Masako

    Persica   ( 40 )   25 - 36   2013

  • A Survey of;Skills-Based Integrated English Classes in the New Curriculum

    9   111 - 122   2013

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  • The role of stylistics in Japan: A pedagogical perspective Reviewed

    Masayuki Teranishi, Aiko Saito, Kiyo Sakamoto, Masako Nasu

    LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE   21 ( 2 )   226 - 244   2012.5

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    This article surveys the history of English studies and education in Japan, paying special attention to the role of literary texts and stylistics. Firstly, the role of literature and stylistics in Japan is discussed from a pedagogical point of view, including both English as a foreign language and Japanese as a native language. Secondly, the way in which stylistics has contributed to literary criticism in the country is examined, with reference to the history of literary stylistics since 1980. Finally, this article considers further applications of stylistics to language study in Japan, offering two examples: analysis of thought presentation in Yukio Mishima's Megami (2006[1955]), and the teaching of an English poem and a Japanese haiku to Japanese EFL students. The overall aim of this article is to demonstrate that literature as language teaching material and stylistics as a critical and teaching method are significant not only in understanding English, but also in appreciating our own native language if it is not English.

    DOI: 10.1177/0963947012444034

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  • Buds of Internal Realism in Virginia Woolf’s The Voyage Out Reviewed

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    『中国四国英文学研究』   ( 7 )   1 - 11   2011

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  • From Individual to Collective: A Stylistic Analysis of Woolf's Developing Concept of Consciousness

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    Graduate School of Humanities and Social Social Sciences (Doctor's Course)   1 - 276   2010.3

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  • Groping for Internal Realism : Woolf's Early Experiments in Short Fictions Reviewed

    Nasu Masako

    Virginia Woolf Review   27 ( 27 )   52 - 68   2010

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    DOI: 10.20762/woolfreview.27.0_52

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  • The Limitation of Internal Realism: A Stylistic Analysis of Virginia Woolf's Short Fiction Reviewed

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    PERSICA   36 ( 36 )   1 - 13   2009

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  • From voice to unconsciousness: an analysis of "Empty centre" in Virginia Woolf's fiction

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    Journal of humanities and social sciences   161 - 172   2009

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  • ‘焦点化者X’の存在と効果-『幕間』に見られる語りについての考察- Reviewed

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    『ヴァージニア・ウルフ研究』   23   1 - 18   2005.9

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  • How Can an Electronic Dictionary Help Students Practice Extensive Reading?-An Attempt to Deal with Learners with Different Abilities in the Classroom

    Masako Teranishi, Masayuki Teranishi

    Bulletin of Kurashiki Sakuyo University & Sakuyo Junior College   38   231 - 243   2005.8

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  • A Stylistic Approach to the Drafts of The Waves. : "Universal Mind" in Dramatic Soliloquy Reviewed

    Nasu Masako

    Studies in English literature   81 ( 81 )   56 - 67   2005

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  • Extensive Reading in Classroom – Acquisition of Basic Skills through Reading Activity

    ( 1 )   67 - 78   2004.8

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  • Anonymous Narrator‘one’ の存在と効果ーヴァージニア・ウルフの短編作品における試みー Reviewed

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    『英語英文学研究』   47   1 - 14   2003

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  • 内面描写と視点の変化:ヴァージニア・ウルフの文体におけるFluidityについて

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    『詫間電波工業高等専門学校研究紀要』   29   23 - 32   2001.12

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  • ウルフの部屋

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    『LITTERA』最終号   73 - 82   2000.3

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  • ‘実験的’短編小説に見られる語りの構造ー『灯台』から『波』へ Reviewed

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    『ヴァージニア・ウルフ研究』   16   33 - 46   1999.9

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  • An Analysis of the Temporal Organisation in Mrs Dalloway Reviewed

    PERSICA   26   38 - 45   1999.3

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  • A Stylistic Analysis of‘Dover Beach’by Matthew Arnold

    25   15 - 21   1998.12

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  • Unity and Coherence in Virginia Woolf’s The Waves: The Cyclical Workings of Nature and Human Life Reviewed

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    PERSICA 25, 38-45.   25   38 - 45   1998.3

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  • Speech and Thought Presentation in Jane Austen’s Emma and Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway.. 1997. Reviewed

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    PERSICA   24   80 - 92   1997.3

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Books

  • Practical Application of Narrative Studies: How Narrative Contribute to a Deeper Understanding of Modern Society

    ( Role: Joint editor)

    2022.2 

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  • Pedagogical Stylistics in the 21st Century

    Sonia Zyngier, Greg Watson, Azumi Yoshida, Masayuki Teranishi, Takayuki Nishihara, Masako Nasu( Role: Joint author ,  Chapter14 The Impact of L1 on L2: A Qualitative Stylistic Analysis of EFL Students’ Writings)

    Palgrave Macmillan  2022.1  ( ISBN:3030836088

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  • Intersection of Arts, Humanities and Science: Fifteen Selected Passages for University Students.

    Japan Association fo International Liberal Arts

    Seibido  2020.3 

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  • From Individual to Collective: Virginia Woolf's Developing Concept of Consciousness

    Peter Lang  2017  ( ISBN:9783034321211

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  • Scientific Approaches to Literature in Learning Environments(共著)

    John Benjamins  2016  ( ISBN:9789027234131

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  • Literature and Language Learning in the EFL Classroom

    Palgrave Macmillan  2015 

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  • 『文学教材ハンドブック―英語教育を活性化する―』

    英宝社  2013 

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  • 『英語教育への新たな挑戦―英語教師の視点から』(共著)

    英宝社  2010 

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MISC

  • A Narrative Analysis of Green Global Talent Life Stories: Awareness of Ecological Issues and Orientation to Learning English Reviewed

    Masako NASU, Masayuki TERANISHI

    2024.2

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  • 教育文体論を用いたライティング分析 日本人 EFL 学習者の母語と外国語習熟度の関連性を探る

    吉田安曇, 寺西雅之, 西原貴之, 那須雅子

    https://jaila.org/activity/taikai20210313/proceedings20210313/jaila-proc-009-01-20210313.pdf   2021.8

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  • 英語多読のための学習環境整備ー「語学学修コーナー」の英語本と電子ブックの紹介ー

    寺西雅子

    「楷」   64 ( 64 )   4 - 4   2017

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  • 外国語学習成功者のインタビュー考察

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    http://jaila.org/activity/taikai20160313/proceedings20160313/jaila-proc-005-01-20160313.pdf   2016

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  • 外国語学習「達人」に学ぶ

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    http://jaila.org/activity/taikai20140316/proceedings20140316/jaila-proc-003-01-20140316.pdf   2014

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  • 英語学習版「オーラルヒストリー」の編纂に向けて

    日本英文学会第84回大会Proceedings   2012

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  • 多読を多角的に捉え直す-効果的な多読活動の模索:辞書使用の是非に関する一考察

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    日本英文学会第83回大会Proceedings   83   190 - 192   2011

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  • Can We Appreciate her Moments of Being? - A Stylistic Analysis of Woolf's Short Fiction

    PALA 2010 Proceedings Online   2010

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  • Nicholas Marsh, Virginia Woolf: The Novels (Macmillan, 1998)

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    18   104 - 106   2001

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Presentations

  • The Influence of L1 on L2 Proficiency: A Stylistic Analysis of English Writings by Japanese EFL Learners

    Azumi YOSHIDA, Masayuki TERANISHI, Takayuki NISHIHARA, Masako NASU

    PALA Nottingham 2021  2021.7.8 

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  • オーラルヒストリーによる英語学習法に関する質的研究:「精読本を多読」実践の考察

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    日本国際教養学会第9回全国大会 online  2021.3.13 

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    Event date: 2021.3.13 - 2021.3.20

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  • Global Talents for the Green: A Narrative Analysis of Life Story Awareness of Ecological Issues and Orientation to Learn English

    Masako Nasu, Masayuki Teranishi

    2023.7.15 

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  • 英語学習者のナラティブ研究:グローバル人材のライフストーリーにみる内的要因について

    那須雅子

    日本国際教養学会第11回全国大会ポスター発表  2023.2.16 

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  • 大学英語教育における高年次との連携体制の構築に向けて:岡山大学の事例紹介

    荻野 勝, 剱持 淑, 大年 順子, 森谷 浩二, 五十嵐 潤美, 寺西 雅子

    日本国際教養学会第11回全国大会ポスター発表  2023.2.16 

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  • 外国語学習者・グローバル人材のナラティブ

    科研費成果発表会ーナラティブ研究の実践と応用ー  2022.3.20 

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  • コロナ禍における対面&オンライン英語多読授業の活性化.

    那須雅子, 草薙優加, 深谷素子

    岡山英文学会第43回大会 公開シンポジウム, Online  2021.10.2 

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  • TOEIC L&Rオンライン試験とGTECテストの相関関係について

    寺西雅子, 大年順子, 荻野勝, 剱持淑

    JACET 60th Commemorative International Convention, Online  2021.8.28 

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  • 教育文体論を用いたライティング分析-日本人EFL学習者の母語と外国語習熟度の関連性を探る-

    吉田安曇, 寺西雅之, 西原貴之, 那須雅子

    日本国際教養学会第9回全国大会, Online  2021.3.13 

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  • ― Half Immersed and Doubly Enriched: A Life with Japanese and Japan Invited

    2021.3.13 

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  • 岡山大学GTECを用いたCan-Doリストの開発.

    大年順子, 剱持淑, 寺西雅子

    JAAL in JACET.  2020.12.5 

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  • 日本人の語学習得に関する質的研究:英語学習履歴のナラティブの分析と考察.

    第72回日本英文学会中国四国支部大会.  2019.10.26 

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  • The Web of Words;Exploring Literature;through Languageについて

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    文体論研究会:Ronald Carter先生を偲ぶ会  2019.4.28 

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  • オーラルヒストリー研究: アジア地域で活躍するグローバル人材に必要とされる能力について.

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    日本国際教養学会 第8回全国大会ポスター発表.  2019.3.16 

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  • Literature in the EFL Classroom: A Comparative Analysis of Plural Texts of Jane Austen and Kazuo Ishiguro

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    Poetics;Linguistics Association  2018.7.29 

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  • オーラルヒストリーによる英語学習法に関する質的研究:「音読」の効果について.

    日本国際教養学会 第7回全国大会ポスター発表.  2018.3.10 

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  • ヴァージニア・ウルフの後期作品にみられる「集合的無意識」の世界:‘empty centre’と見えない「焦点化者」

    第43回岡山英文学会  2017 

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  • 「個」から「集合体」へ:ヴァージニアウルフの描く意識世界の変遷

    日本国際教養学会第6回全国大会ポスター発表  2017 

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  • ウルフとユング:無意識世界の描写に関する文体論的考察

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    英学シンポジウムー文体論で極める文学とコミュニケーションー  2016.11.19 

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  • 英語力向上と文学教材 Invited

    佐藤和哉, 齋藤安以子, 北和丈, 那須雅子

    日本英文学会第88回大会 シンポジウム  2016.5.29 

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  • Reading Authentic Materials: A Qualitative Study of Highly Successful Foreign Language Learners' Interviews

    国際文体論学会 第36回大会  2016 

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  • 外国語学習成功者のインタビュー考察

    日本国際教養学会 第5回全国大会  2016 

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  • The Role of Literature in;Foreign Language Learning

    2015.11.28 

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  • 近代の終焉と20世紀イギリス文学:モダニズム作家としてのヴァージニア・ウルフ

    岡山英文学会 第38回シンポジウム  2015.10.3 

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  • A Qualitative Analysis of Successful Foreign Language Learners’ Oral Histories: To Develop Global Human Resources.

    Masako Nasu

    2015.7.18 

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  • オーラルヒストリーから見る「グローバル人材」の実像

    日本国際教養学会第4回全国大会ポスター発表  2015.3.14 

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  • 外国語学習「達人」に学ぶ

    日本国際教養学会 第3回全国大会  2014.3.16 

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  • 「達人」の外国語学習に関する質的研究

    那須雅子

    岡山英文学36回大会  2013.10.5 

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  • Is it disappointing 'Isabella was perfectly empty'?: A Stylistic Analysis of Virginia Woolf's The Lady in the Looking-Glass: A Reflection

    Masako Nasu

    国際文体論学会, PALA 第33会国際大会  2013.8.1 

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  • ‘To be only sensibility’: Stylistic Analysis of Woolfian Internal Realism

    Masako Nasu

    国際文体論学会, PALA 第32会国際大会 Corinthia San Gorg Hotel, Malta  2012.7.18 

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  • ヴァージニア・ウルフの後期作品における内面描写の分析

    日本英文学会中国四国支部、第64回大会 島根大学  2011.10.29 

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  • 多読を多角的に捉え直す

    草薙優加, 小林恵, 深谷素子, 那須雅子

    日本英文学会関東支部 「英語教育部門シンポジウム」  2011.1.8 

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  • Can we appreciate her “Moments of Being”? – A stylistic analysis of Woolf’s short fiction

    PALA 第30回国際大会 University of Genoa, Italy  2010.7.22 

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  • ヴァージニア・ウルフの短編小説を読むー‘The Mark on the Wall’が語る意味合いー

    那須雅子

    岡山英文学会29回大会 シンポジウム  2006.9.28 

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  • Bodiless Voice and Collective Unconsciousness: An Eccentric Focalizer in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts

    Masako Nasu

    Poetics Linguistics Association  2006.5.13 

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  • Who is Observing the Dining–room?: Effects of‘Focalizer X’in Between the Acts

    Poetics and Linguistics Association  2005.7.20 

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  • 『幕間』について

    山本妙, 那須雅子, 市川緑, 御輿徹也

    日本ヴァージニア・ウルフ協会第24回全国大会シンポジウム  2004.11.6 

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  • 1930年代以降に見られるヴァージニア・ウルフの語りについて

    那須雅子

    岡山英文学会 第26回大会  2004.9.28 

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  • Dramatic Soliloquyにおける‘純粋な声’:『波』の草稿への文体論的考察

    那須雅子

    日本英文学会74回全国大会  2002.5.26 

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  • Anonymous Narrator“one”の存在と効果 -‘The Lady in the Looking-Glass: A Reflection’と‘Fascination of the Pool’の文体分析

    那須雅子

    岡山英文学会第23回大会  2000.7.29 

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  • 『船出』に見られるモダニズムの萌芽

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    日本英文学会中国四国支部第52回大会  1999.10.2 

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  • ‘Moments of Being: Slater’s Pins Have No Points’ にみられる「語り」の構造 ―To the Lighthouse からThe Wavesへ

    那須雅子

    日本ヴァージニア・ウルフ協会第79回例会  1999.3.13 

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  • ヴァージニア・ウルフのNarrativeにみられる流動性研究

    那須雅子

    岡山英文学21回大会  1998.7.11 

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  • Mrs Dalloway - 時間構成と文体の分析

    那須雅子

    日本ヴァージニア;ウルフ協会第75回例会  1997.3.22 

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Awards

  • The Best Poster Prize in the 6th JAILA Annual Conference

    2017  

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  • A Narrative Approach to Foreign Language Learning: Life Stories of Globally Talented People

    Grant number:21K00707  2021.04 - 2024.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    寺西 雅子 剱持淑 寺西雅之

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    Grant amount:\3250000 ( Direct expense: \2500000 、 Indirect expense:\750000 )

    令和3年度は、学習者のライフストーリー研究の基盤となる先行研究として、第二言語習得理論、学習心理学、異文化コミュニケーション論など多岐にわたって文献調査を実施した。さらに、グローバル人材のナラティブを聴きとる際の質問項目の再検討や、得られたナラティブ・データを分析・考察するためのフレームワークの改良に取り組んだ。
    なお、グローバル人材のライフストーリーの聴き取りとして、海外に駐在している日本人4名のインタビューをZOOMを通じて実施した。準備した質問項目のアンケートを事前に渡し、回答してもらった。インタビュー時には、その記述の内容に沿って、さらに話題を掘り下げて語ってもらった。インタビュー項目は、幼い頃からの「家庭環境」、英語を中心とする「学習体験」、外国語学習への「動機づけ」等に加えて、海外勤務に至った経緯や海外勤務の中でのやりがいや挫折など内的要因を広範囲に含むストーリーとなった。これらのインタビュー音声を文字に起こした後、テキストデータを読み込み、外国語学習に向かうきっかけや、異文化社会に生きるエネルギー源など内的要因に触れる語りを中心に、いくつかの項目に分けて整理を行った。
    成果発表としては、学術的にまとまりのある成果にはまだ至っていない。しかしながら、今回のインタビューから一部を抽出して、グローバル人材のライフストーリーとしてまとめ、勤務校のグローバル人材育成特別コースの学生に対して、「インタビュー紹介:グローバルに活躍する先輩たち」と題する講演を行った。先輩の豊かな経験や人間的成長をナラティブとして示し、同じ道を目指そうとする若い学生にとって目標となる「外国語話者モデル」の人物像を伝えることができたと考える。

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  • An Oral History Approach to Foreign Language Learning: Focusing on the Globally Competent Human Resources

    Grant number:18K00831  2018.04 - 2021.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Teranishi Nasu Masako

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    Grant amount:\4030000 ( Direct expense: \3100000 、 Indirect expense:\930000 )

    This study aimed to identify suitable circumstances of learning foreign language especially for Japanese people, using oral history methods. The study focused upon Japanese global talents who are widely working around the Asian countries and using their advanced foreign language skills, particularly English. They were interviewed and their English learning experiences and application to practical situations were closely investigated.
    The results of the narrative analysis obtained from the interviews were actively disseminated to the society through a website, book publication, and symposia, together with educators and researchers in and outside Japan, to propose learning content and effective English learning methods necessary for Japanese people to live in a diverse global society.

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  • The Oral History of Successful EFL Learners: Qualitative Research on Lifelong Foreign Language Learning

    2013.04 - 2016.03

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  挑戦的萌芽研究

    寺西 雅子

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  • Study on teaching methods and materials for using literary texts in the EFL classroom

    Grant number:23520314  2011 - 2013

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    TERANISHI Masayuki, OKU Soichiro, TAMAI Fumie, FUKAYA Motoko, TERANISHI Masako, NISHIHARA Takayuki, OZAWA Midori, FUJIWARA Chiyo

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    Grant amount:\5200000 ( Direct expense: \4000000 、 Indirect expense:\1200000 )

    Our achievements in this research project can be summarized as follows. Firstly, observations of actual teaching practice, not only in Japan but also in other countries such as Finland and UK, have contributed to a reevaluation of literary texts in language learning and teaching. Secondly, interviews with successful learners have helped clarify the role of literature in foreign language acquisition, as well as other pedagogical effects such as improving cross-cultural understanding. Thirdly, we published a textbook of literary texts and teaching practices which we hope will encourage those teachers unfamiliar with literary texts to use them in their classrooms. Finally, we have published several articles (one of them is for Language and Literature, the prestigious International Journal) and made presentations at international conferences and through them we have established various international connections to enable us to carry out further research in related areas.

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