(Last updated : 2021-01-19 17:34:58)
  Unser-Schutz Giancarla
   Department   Department of Interpersonal and Social Psychology, Faculty of Psychology
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Present specialized field
Key Word:Sociolinguistics, cultural studies 
■ Book and thesis
1. Article How do English teachers feel about English education policies? ―A case study of one university― The Journal of Psychology Rissho University pp.23-30 (Single) 2020Link
2. Article Nerdy girls talking gross: popular perceptions on the quality, role and influence of language in manga Gender and Language 14(3),pp.326-346 (Single) 2020Link
3. Article Rethinking global-jinzai policy: Exploring university students’ attitudes JALT Postconference Publication 2020,pp.160-169 (Collaboration) 2020
4. Article The act of naming a new area: Why was Takanawa Gateway criticized? The Journal of the Institute of Psychology Rissho University pp.13-21 (Single) 2020Link
5. Article What do entrance examinations say about EFL outcomes at universities? JALT Postconference Publication 2020,pp.568-578 (Single) 2020
6. Article What study resources are university students really interested in? KOTESOL Proceedings 2020,pp.11-22 (Single) 2020
7. Article Planning and making the transition to a flipped classroom JALT Postconference Publication 2019,pp.207-213 (Single) 2019Link
8. Article Collaborative deconstruction of native-speakerism (S. Fukunaga, N. Hashimoto, R. J. Lowe, G. Unser-Schutz, L. Kusaka)  2018,pp.33-42 (Collaboration) 2018Link
9. Article Flipping the classroom with Google Forms and online video lessons JALT Postconference Publication 2018,pp.334-341 (Single) 2018Link
10. Article How to fit in: Naming strategies amongst foreign residents of Japan Japan Studies Review 22,pp.3-29 (Single) 2018Link
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■ Book and thesis
1. Book Discourses of (De)Legitimization: Participatory Cultures in Digital Contexts (A.S. Ross & D.J. Rivers)  pp.36-54 (Collaboration) 2019Link
2. Book Shōjo Across Media: Exploring "Girl" Practices in Contemporary Japan (J. Berndt, K. Nagaike & F. Ogi)  pp.49-82 (Collaboration) 2019Link
3. Book Corpus-based Studies in Language Documentation, Use, and Learning Corpus-based Studies in Language Documentation (S. Rice, H. Baayen & J. Newman)  pp.213-238 (Collaboration) 2011Link
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2020/11 Interacting with others on the communicative margins: Komyushoo ‘communication disability’ and the perception of communication skills in contemporary Japan (International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics)
2. 2020/11 Problems redesigning university ESL curricula (Japan Association of Language Teachers)
3. 2019/11 What do students think about ESL policies? (Japan Association of Language Teachers)
4. 2019/11 What entrance examinations say about ESL outcomes (Japan Association of Language Teachers)
5. 2019/10 What English study resources do university students really want? (Korean TESOL)
6. 2019/09 Redesigning and alienating a neighborhood: The critical reception of Takanawa Gateway (Poznan Linguistics Meeting)
7. 2019/06 Self-denigration among Japanese female fans online: Creating community through marginality (International Pragmatics Association)
8. 2019/01 The realities of global talent in Japan: Educational policies for internationalization on the ground at a mid-tier university (Japan Studies Association)
9. 2018/11 "I've forgotten how to talk to people!": Otaku, the fantasy world and the pathologization of non-normative communication (American Anthropological Association)
10. 2018/11 Switching to a flipped classroom in four steps (Japan Association of Language Teachers)
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2012/05 Language in manga: Building and analyzing a corpus of popular works. (Meiji University)
2. 2012/05 Language in manga: Some structural and lexical characteristics. (Meiji University)
■ Academic background
1. 2009/04~2013/06 〔Doctorial Course〕, Graduate School, Division of Sociology, Hitotsubashi University, Completed, PhD
2. 2007/04~2009/03 〔Master Course〕, Graduate School, Division of Sociology, Hitotsubashi University, Completed, MA
3. 2001/09~2006/02 Linguistics and East Asian Studies (double major), Japanese (minor), Faculty of Arts, McGill University, Graduated, BA