Faculty members in the Japan-in-Asia Cultural Studies Program
communication studies, conversation analysis, interactional linguistics
Lecturer, School of Humanities/Graduate School of Humanities
PhD (Communication Studies): University of Texas at Austin (2011)
MA (Communication): Michigan State University (2005)
BA (English Linguistics): Osaka University (2002)
conversation analysis, micro-analysis of language and body in interaction, interactional linguistics
Japanese Culture and Communication, Language in Social Interaction
Lecturer (international student advisor), Nagoya University (2011 - present)
Yasui, E. (2013). Collaborative idea construction: The repetition of gestures and talk during brainstorming, Journal of Pragmatics 46(1), 157-172.
Yasui, E. (2013). Setsuzokushi But no sougokoui jyoo no kinoo ni tsuite: Chuudan sareta katari no saikai o shihyoo suru baai, JELS 30, 236-242.
Yasui, E. (2012). Assessment as a Device for Organizing a Joint Activity, Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Multimodality in Multispace Interaction, 61-69.
Yasui, E. (2012). Setsuzokushi "demo" no kaiwa bunseki kenkyuu: Nayami katari ni taisuru rikai kyookan no teiji ni oite, Nagoya Daigaku Bungaku Kenkyuu Ronshyuu (bungaku) 57, 87-100.
Yasui, E. (2010). Repair and language proficiency: Differences of advanced and beginning language learners in an English-Japanese conversation group, TPFLE (Texas Paper in Foreign Language Education) 14(1), 41-57.
IPrA (International Pragmatics Association)
NCA (National Communication Association)
ISGS (International Society of Gesture Studies)
ISCA (International Society for Conversation Analysis)
JASS (The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistic Sciences)
The English Linguistic Society of Japan