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Bushnell Cade Conlan

Affiliation
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Official title
Associate Professor
Email
 
Phone
029-853-6197
Research fields
Cultural anthropology
Sociology
Japanese linguistics
Research keywords
Linguistic anthoropology (discursive practices)
Second language socialization
Conversation analysis
Membership categorization analysis
Ethnomethodology
Situated learning
Sociocultural approaches to learning
Degree
2011-12Ph.D. in Japanese LinguisticsDepartment of East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Articles
  • 会話分析研究に基づく日本語初級教科書開発の試案
    ブッシュネル ケード; 関崎 博紀; 永井絢子; 伊藤 秀明; ヴァ...
    第10回 日本語実用言語学国際会議 予稿集/pp.150-153, 2017-07
  • そこ、笑うとこ ― 留学生向けの落語会における観客による笑いの会話分析
    BUSHNELL CADE CONLAN
    Japanese Journal of Laughter and Humor Research/24/pp.17-32, 2017
  • Talking the talk: The interactional construction of community and identity at conversation analytic data sessions in Japan
    Bushnell Cade
    Human Studies/(35)/p.583-605, 2012
  • 学習者が満足できる漢字教育とは何か:漢字・非漢字系学習者が混在している教室の場合
    ブッシュネル・ケード
    筑波大学地域研究研究科平成15年度日本語教育実習報告論文集/(15)/p.65-80, 2004-01
  • Getting let in: The role of learner agency in gaining access to affordances in an intermediate JFL classroom
    Bushnell Cade
    日本語用論学会第10回大会発表論文集/(3)/p.185-192, 2008-01
  • On NS/NNS identities and ‘warrantability’: The interactional co-authorship of an occasioned medium by a first and second language speaker of Japanese
    Bushnell Cade
    Second Language Studies/1(28)/p.1-31, 2009-01
  • Lego my keego!’: An analysis of language play in a beginning Japanese as a foreign language classroom
    Bushnell Cade
    Applied Linguistics/1(30)/p.49-69, 2009-01
  • Interactionally constructing practice, community, shared resources, and identity: An ethnomethodological analysis of interactions at conversation analytic data sessions in Japan
    Bushnell Cade
    Doctoral dissertation/p.416, 2011-01
  • Identifying identity: Identity as an interactional construct, and some relations to second language learning
    Bushnell Cade
    筑波大学地域研究/(32)/p.157-182, 2011-01
Books
  • Conversation Analysis
    BUSHNELL CADE CONLAN; 西阪 仰
    世界思想社, 2018-09
  • Rakugo CALL Program for Japanese Language Learning: Its Development and Possibilities for Implementation
    Yamada Toru; Sakai Takako; Bushnell Cade Conlan
    Technology-Supported Learning In and Out of the Japanese Language Classroom, Multilingual Matters, pp.149-170, 2019-01
  • Melting the ice: 初対面会話における共鳴現象としての笑いの機能
    井出 里咲子; ケード ブッシュネル
    『聞き手行動のコミュニケーション学』, ひつじ書房, pp.241-261, 2018-12
  • She who laughs first: Audience laughter and interactional competence at a rakugo performance for foreign students
    Bushnell Cade Conlan
    Interactional Competence in Japanese as an Additional Language, National Foreign Language Resource Center, pp.81-114, 2017
  • Interactionally constructing practice, community, shared resources, and identity: An ethnomethodological analysis of interactions at conversation analytic data sessions in Japan
    BUSHNELL CADE CONLAN
    2011-12
Conference, etc.
  • Letting It Pass with a Smile: A Conversation Analytic Examination of Recipient Smiles and Laughter in Multiparty L2 Interaction
    Bushnell Cade Conlan
    第10回 日本語実用言語学国際会議/2017-07-08
  • Access denied: Justifying exclusion though invoking the institution
    Bushnell Cade Conlan
    The Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT)/2016-11-27
  • A report on the use of skit-based activities in an elementary Japanese class
    BUSHNELL CADE CONLAN
    Japanese Language Education Methods (JLEM)/2014-09
  • Gaikokujin ja jarimasen (I’m not a foreigner): An analysis of the interactive construction and contestation of (not) being a foreigner
    Bushnell Cade Conlan
    17th Annual Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan/2014-11
  • 笑っている場合?
:留学生に対する落語会における笑いの位 置とその組織化について」
    ブッシュネル・ケード
    ____/2012-8
  • Research concerning the influence of mnemonics and the characteristics of kanji on the acquisition of kanji meanings: The case of alphabet-habituated beginning learners of Japanese
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2004-09
  • Getting let in: The role of learner agency in gaining access to affordances in an intermediate JFL classroom
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2007-12
  • Playing around: Some functions of language play in a beginning Japanese as a foreign language classroom
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2008-07
  • The interactional co-authorship of a medium by Japanese L1 and L2 speakers
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2008-10
  • Okkanai toko na n desu ka’ (Is it a frightening place)?: A microethnography of the sequential and categorial aspects of co-accomplishing learning as participation in L2 Japanese
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2008-12
  • Categories in action: Towards a systematic analytical methodology for examining categorial formulations in talk-in-interaction
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2009-07
  • Nanka yoogo toka aru n desu ka?’ (Is there some term for that?): Second language learning as publicly accomplished at ‘data sessions’ in Japan
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2010-07
  • Identity in practice: The use of terminological resources and identity formation at conversation analytic data sessions in Japan
    Bushnell Cade
    ____/2011-12
Teaching
2019-10 -- 2019-12Seminar in Research on Society and Language 1BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-10 -- 2019-12Studies in Japanese Language Education VBUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-10 -- 2019-12Japanese 1 Starter (activities) 1-1BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-10 -- 2020-02Intensive Japanese D000BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-04 -- 2019-07Studies in Japanese Language Education VAUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-10 -- 2019-12Introduction to Kanji 1-1BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-10 -- 2019-12Kanji (Beginner:mid) 3-1BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-10 -- 2019-12Japanese 1 Starter (activities) 1-2BUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-04 -- 2019-07Seminar in Research on Society and Language 1AUniversity of Tsukuba.
2019-04 -- 2019-07Foundations in Japanese Language PedagogyUniversity of Tsukuba.
Message
I am doing research using ethnomethodological conversation analysis and membership conversation analysis. I am particularly interested in 1) how people accomplish participation in social groups, 2) how identity is constructed within social groups, and 3) how learning is accomplished in (as) participation.

(Last updated: 2019-07-19)