応用言語学特論2A

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応用言語学特論2A
Special Topics in Applied Linguistics 2A
Q120390001 2 1 前期授業 専門科目 水4 A15-412 楊 眞淑

オフィスアワー

火曜日 16:00~17:30

授業目標

Intercultural communication: A critical introduction

This is a graduate-level course for students interested in understanding intercultural communication from a critical viewpoint. The course aims to provide an understanding of intercultural communication as communication where language learning and language proficiency on the one hand and stereotyping and the discursive construction of identity on the other intersect with social inclusion and justice.

教科書

Piller, Ingrid. (2017). Intercultural communication: A critical introduction (2nd edition). Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press

授業計画

第1回 Introduction/Approaching Intercultural Communication 準備学習等
第2回 The Genealogy of Intercultural Communication 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第3回 Language and Culture 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第4回 Nation and Culture 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第5回 Intercultural Communication in a Multilingual World 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第6回 Intercultural Communication in a Transnational World 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第7回 Intercultural Communication at Work 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第8回 Fieldwork 準備学習等
第9回 Research Proposal 準備学習等
第10回 Intercultural Communication for Sale 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第11回 Intercultural Romance 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第12回 Becoming an Intercultural Mediator 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第13回 Presentation & Feedback 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第14回 class review 準備学習等 Read the articles the instructor uploaded
第15回 Final paper submission 準備学習等

This course comprises mainly of a series of student presentations; summary by the instructor and discussion will be followed. Thus, students are highly encouraged to discuss various topics and to link what they have read to the current sociolinguistic landscapes in Japan and other contexts.

成績評価

1) Reading and Presentation 20%
2) Fieldwork report 20%
3) Paper proposal 10%
4) Final paper 50%