Research Publications for Fumiko Nishimura
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Nishimura, F., & Umeda, K. (2016). Benefits and issues: Visitor sessions with pre-intermediate learners of japanese. In M. Ogino, P. Shino, & D. Nesbitt (Eds.), Creating New Synergies: Approaches of Tertiary Japanese Programmes in New Zealand (pp. 142-186). Massey University Press.
Nishimura, F., & Umeda, K. (2015). Visitor sessions in university’s Japanese class. In The 21st Biennial New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA) Conference. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Nishimura, F. (2014). Politeness to friends in Japanese email messages. In Workshop: Tertiary Japanese Language Education in New Zealand: Are we giving generation Z what they want?. Conference held at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Nishimura, F. (2014). Analysis on e mail messages written by intermediate learners of Japanese. In International Conference on Japanese Language Education (ICJLE). Conference held at Sydney, NSW.
Nishimura, F. (2012). Issues in writing Japanese e mail messages. In International Conference on Japanese Language Education (ICJLE). Conference held at Nagoya, Japan.
Nishimura, F. (2011). Lying: Strategies to manage undesirable communicative situations in Japan and New Zealand. (PhD Thesis, University of Waikato).
Nishimura, F. (2009). Interpersonal communication patterns of refusal in Japanese and English. In Japanese Studies Association of Australia - International Conference on Japanese Language Education. Conference held at The University of Sydney, 13-16.
Nishimura, F. (2008). The reality of lies in Japan and New Zealand. In ALANZ: Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand Auckland/Waikato Regional Seminar. Conference held at University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Nishimura, F. (2008). Refusal strategies in Japanese and English: analysis of role-play conversation. In AILA 2008: The 15th World Congress of Applied Linguistics - Multilingualism; Challenges and Opportunities. Conference held at Germany.
Nishimura, F. (2007). Kotowari ni Mochiirareru Iiwake no Nichiei Taisho Kenkyu (Excuses Offered for Refusals in Japanese and English). Japanese-Language Education around the Globe, 17, 93-112. Retrieved from http://www.jpf.go.jp/e/japanese/survey/globe/17/index.html