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  YAMAZAKI Shunji   Faculty of Foreign Languages Department of English Language(Graduate School of Foreign Languages English Linguistics)   Professor
■ Present specialized field
  English studies 
■ Academic background
1. ~1977/03 Daito Bunka University, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Graduated BA
2. ~1983/04 Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Education, Completed Diploma in Educational Studies
3. ~1993/10 Columbia University, Teachers College, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)〔Master degree program〕 Completed MA
4. ~2004/12 Victoria University of Wellington, School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies,〔Doctoral course〕 Completed PhD
■ Business career
1. 1973/04~1974/03 Rotorua Lakes High School, New Zealand, Part-time Japanese Teacher
2. 1977/04~1979/03 Misaki Senior High School, Kanagawa, Japan, English Teacher
3. 1979/04~1986/03 Japanese Supplementary Schoo, Wellington, New Zealand, and Joint Venture School with Chartwell School, Wellington, New Zealand (from 1981)
4. 1986/04~1992/03 Daito Bunka University, Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Lecturer
5. 1988/04~2004/03 Nihon University, Department of Law, Part-time Lecturer
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■ Belonging society
1. 1988/11~ The English Linguistic Society of Japan
2. 1995/04~ Japan Association for English Corpus Studies
3. 1997/04~2015/03 ∟ Board Member of Japan Association for English Corpus Studies
4. 2007/04~2009/03 ∟ Director of Board of Japan Association for English Corpus Studies
5. 2009/04~2011/03 ∟ Vice-president, Japan Association for English Corpus Studies
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■ Activity in society
1. 2009/04~2015/03 Vice-Chair, The Board of Directors of Kirameki Higashimatsuyama City University
■ Winning science prize
1. 2002/10 Prize for "English Corpus Linguistics in Japan" (2002) from Japan Association for English Corpus Studies
■ Books and Papers
1. Book Approaching Language Variation through Corpora  (Collaboration)  2013
2. Book Kopasu Gengogaku: Gengokouzou to youhou no kenkyuu (Translation: Investigating Language Structure and Use, D. Biber, S. Conrad, and R. Reppen, 2003)  (Collaboration)  2003/05
3. Book English Corpus Linguistics in Japan  (Collaboration)  2002/03
4. Paper Maori Influenced New Zealand English, in Corpus and English Studies, Hitsuji Shobo  (Single)  2019/04
5. Paper Comparing Adjective Comparison across Genre and Time in Standard Varieties of Modern English  (Single)  2013
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2018/12/06 Zero-prepositions in Time Adverbials in the Brown Family of Corpora (Beihang University, China)
2. 2018/12/03 Variation of English in New Zealand: Lexical Analysis of Maori Influenced English (Beihang University, China)
3. 2018/09/06 Variation of English in New Zealand (The City University of New York)
4. 2015/11/19 Lexical Analysis of Maori Influence on New Zealand English (Australex 2015)
5. 2015/07/24 Absence of Prepositions in Time Adverbials: Comparison of '*day' tokens in Brown and LOB corpora, (Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, UK)
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■ Educational ability
● Practice example of education method
1. 1986/10/01 International Understanding and Language Education
2. 2008/03/31 English Corpus Studies
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 1989/05/01 Practical English Course
2. 1990/01/25 Word for Word
● Evaluation such as universities concerning teacher's concerned educational ability
1. 2008/03/31 Studies in English Corpus Linguistics, Vol. IX
● Announcement concerning education
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■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 1996/04~1999/03  Corpus-based Adjective Studies in New Zealand English: Comparing with American and British English 
2. 1999/04~2002/03  Corpus-based Lexical and Grammatical Research of Adjectives 
■ Abroad career
1. 1994/04/01~1995/03/31 Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Adjective Studies in New Zealand English
2. 2015/04/01~2016/03/31 Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Variation of English in New Zealand: Maori Influenced English


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