Student・PhD Programme

Maki YAMAGUCHI

Maki YAMAGUCHI
Doctoral student at Department of Human System Science, Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology
Research Theme
Technical Japanese education / Classical Japanese language teaching
Comment
Fortune comes in by a merry gate

PUBLICATION

Journals

  • Yamaguchi Maki and Nohara Kayoko(in press)” Non-native learners who work with classical Japanese documents: Difficulties and the process of coping with these problems” Studies in Language Sciences: Journal of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences 15.
  • Yamaguchi Maki(in press)”An analysis of classical Japanese adjectives of introductory educational materials for classical Japanese education” The Journal of The Study of Vocabulary 15.

SCHOLORY PRESENTATIONS

  • Yamaguchi Maki and Takei Naoki (2015) “Difficulties in Learning Japanese for Non-native Speakers of Japanese: Based on the Interviews of International Students and Researchers.” Study Panel Discussion Proceedings from the 17th Annual Society for Technical Japanese Education.
  • Maki Yamaguchi & Naoki Takei. “Non-native learners and researchers who work with classical Japanese language and texts: difficulties and learning styles.” The 17th annual international conference of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences, Oita, 2015.7.

Felicia TEH

 
Doctoral student at Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, School of Environment and Society
Research Theme
Effective communications method that requires commitment on recycling in a diverse community
Comment
Nothing can done without passion!

Ayano NAGATA

 
Doctoral student at Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering
Research Theme
Difference in quality of cuteness across categories of cute things
Comment
I enjoy drawing. I hope to do something new by combining my research and drawings some day.

Chihiro Wada

Doctoral student at Department of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, School of Environment and Society
Research Theme
Men and Masculinity Studies, “Ikigai” and “Shiawase” in today’s Japanese society.
Comment
I would like to academically understand daily lives of general people (like me).