(Last updated : 2023-05-10 15:44:26)
  WILSON, Timothy J.
   Hiroshima shudo University  The Faculty of Law
   Lecturer
■ Present specialized field
●Specialized field
Sociolinguistics 
●Keyword
Pragmatics 
●The main research themes
1. Speech Acts 
●Capable of joint research and research consultation content
■ Academic background
1. 2009/07
Degree Acquisition
The Open University,Milton Keynes,U.K Master of Arts(MA)in Culture and Media Studies
■ Book and thesis
1. Thesis A Study of Intensifiers used in Apologies Between British and American Native English Speakers, and How This Affects Japanese English Language Learners’ Pragmatic Development. (Single) 2019/03
2. Thesis Gender Differences in the Use of Apology Strategies in English by Japanese University EFL Learners (Single) 2018/06
3. Other Apologising with Sincerity: Learning How to Use Intensifiers in Apologies. (Single) 2020/06
4. Other Apologising with Sincerity: Learning How to Use Intensifiers in Apologies. In Pragmatics Undercover (Single) 2020/06
5. Other Pragmatics Undercover (Accepted) (Collaboration) 2019
■ Subject
1. Active English I
2. Active English II
3. Active English II
4. Active English IV
5. Active English VI
All display(20)
■ Announcement about the education
1. 2022/08
An Analysis of Intensifiers Taught in English Language Textbooks in Japan
JACET (The Japanese Association of College English Teachers)
The 61st JACET International Convention (online, 2022)
Contribution Type : 単独
Timothy J. Wilson
2. 2021/11
University Students’ Attitudes Towards Online Learning During COVID-19
JALT 2021 International Conference
Contribution Type : 単独
Timothy J. Wilson
3. 2021/06
Intensifiers used in Apologies Between English Speakers in Japan and how this affects Japanese English Learners’ Pragmatic Development
The 17th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA), Winterthur, Switzerland
Contribution Type : 単独
Timothy J. Wilson
■ Developed teaching materials, textbooks, reference books
1. 2022/09
Students' Attitudes Towards Online Learning During COVID-19
Hiroshima Shudo University
Contribution Type : 単著