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College of Social Sciences  /
Department of Social Sciences

 (Female)
 Shie   SATO  Associate Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
Graduate School of Sociology
■Graduate school/University/other
12/1991  California State University, Fresno  Department of Linguistics  Graduated
05/1993  California State University, Fresno  Department of Linguistics  TESL  Master's course  Completed
03/2003  University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)  Department of Applied Linguistics and TESL  Doctoral course  Completed
■Academic degrees
B.A.(cum laude) Linguistics/Teaching English as a Second Language (12/1991 California State University, Fresno)   M.A. (with distinction) Linguistics/Teaching English as a Second Language (05/1993 California State University, Fresno)   Ph.D in Applied Linguistics and TESL (03/2003 University of California, Los Angeles)  
■Career history
08/1991-12/1991  California State University, Fresno,
Department of Linguistics
Teaching Assistant
02/1992-06/1993  California State University, Fresno,
Department of Linguistics
Research Assistant
09/1996-06/1997  University of California, Los Angeles,
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Teaching Assistant
02/1997-06/2003  Santa Monica College,
Department of Modern Languages
06/1997-06/1998  University of California, Los Angeles,
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Teaching Associate
09/1999-06/2000  University of California, Los Angeles,
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Teaching Associate
09/2000-08/2001  University of California, Los Angeles,
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Teaching Fellow
03/2002-06/2002  University of California, Los Angeles,
Department of Slavic Languages and Cultures
Teaching Fellow
08/2003-08/2007  Massey University,
School of Language Studies
Lecturer
04/2008-03/2011  Gunma Prefectural Womens' University
Faculty of International Communication
Assistant Professor
04/2009-03/2012  Niijima Gakuen Junior College
Part-time lecturer
04/2011-03/2012  Gunma Prefectural Womens' University
Faculty of International Communication
Associate Professor
04/2012-  Ritsumeikan University
College of Social Sciences
Associate Professor
■Academic society memberships
International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)  
The Pragmatics Society of Japan  
The Society of English Grammar and Usage  
■Subject of research
Modality expressions in English, Grammar in interactoin, Parenthetical constructions, Grammaticalization & Pragmaticization
■Research keywords
Pragmatics, English Linguistics 
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Papers
A Corpus-Based Analysis of "so" in Written Discourse: A Comparison Between L1 English Speakers and Japanese EFL Learners  Shie Sato  Applied Pragmatics (John Benjamins)  1/ 1, 26-45  05/2019
On Establishing "I think" as a Final Particle in Interactions: Some Comparisons with Sentence-Final Particles in Japanese  Shie Sato  Journal of Pragmatics (Elsvier)  110, 83-98  03/2017
On the Functions of “I think” as a Complex Particle: Positional Variations and Functional Differences  Shie Sato  Conference Handbook 34. The Thirty-Fourth Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan.  199-204  2016
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Research presentations
Grammatical uses of "so" in EFL writings: Functional variability among learners in China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan  Sixth International Conference on Language, Literature & Society 2019  06/20/2019
Agreement Variability in Existential Constructions: Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Analyses  The Linguistic Society of Hong Kong Annual Research Forum  12/02/2018
A corpus-based study of the use of “so” in academic discourse: A comparative analysis of native speakers and Japanese EFL learners  The Hiroshima JALT(The Japan Association for Language Teaching) 2017 Conference  12/03/2017
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■Tel
075-466-3208
■E-mail
■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Linguistics
English linguistics
Foreign language education