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Atsushi Hasegawa

Rurikoji temple in Japan
Assistant Professor, Japanese Language and LinguisticsMoore Hall 356
Phone: (808) 956-8031

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Educational Background

  • PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison, Second Language Acquisition (Minor: Japanese)
  • MA Purdue University, Japanese
  • BA University of Tsukuba, Japanese Language & Culture

Research Areas

  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Language Pedagogy
  • Conversation Analysis
  • Social Network Analysis

Selected Bibliography

Hasegawa, A. (2021). Sociomateriality of semi-scripted pair-work prompts in beginner-level Japanese as a foreign language classrooms. The Modern Language Journal, 105(S1), 65-85. doi:10.1111/modl.12689

Hasegawa, A. (2021). Developing friendship or practicing Japanese? Differential impacts of language pledge on study abroad students. In N. Kurata & A. J. Carhill-Poza (Eds.), Social networks in language learning and language teaching (pp. 184-208). London: Bloomsbury.

Hasegawa, A., & Shima, C. (2020). Differential social experiences of international students in a residential hall in Japan. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad 32(2), 34-71. doi:10.36366/frontiers.v32i2.467

Hasegawa, A. (2019). The social lives of study abroad: Understanding second language learners’ experiences through social network analysis and conversation analysis. New York: Routledge.

Hasegawa, A. (2018). Understanding task-in-process through the lens of laughter: Activity designs, instructional materials, learner orientations, and interpersonal relationships. The Modern Language Journal, 102(1), 142-161. doi:10.1111/modl.12448