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List of Books
Chisato Nonaka Last modified date:2022.05.19

Associate Professor / The International Student Center


Books
1. Chisato Nonaka, Phan Le Ha, Utilizing LINE as a tool for a U.S.-Japan transnational education course. In C. Gomes & S. Chang (Eds.), Digital experiences of international students., 2021.01, [URL], #digitalcompetence #pedagogicalknowledge.
2. Chisato Nonaka, Nezia Azmi, Aaron Levine, Fostering students’ empathy and cultural sensitivity to undo native-speakerism: A case study of a transnational education platform involving universities in Hawaii and Japan. In S. A. Houghton & J. Bouchard (Eds.), Native-speakerism: Its resilience and undoing., Springer Nature, 2020.12, [URL].
3. Chisato Nonaka, Who is EMI for?: From Vietnam, thinking about a clash of realities behind the policy, practice, and pedagogy in Japan. In Phan, Le Ha & Doan, Ba Ngoc (Eds). Higher education in market-oriented socialist Vietnam: 'New' players, 'new' discourses, 'new' practices., Palgrave Macmillan U.S., 2020.09, [URL].
4. Chisato Nonaka, Transcending self and other through akogare [desire]: The English language and the internationalization of higher education in Japan., Multilingual Matters, 2018.09, [URL].
5. Chisato Nonaka, “They were American but shy!": The Japanese university students’ encounter with local students in Hawai'i. In Houghton, Stephanie A. & Hashimoto, Kayoko (Eds). Towards post-native-speakerism: Dynamics and shifts., Springer, 2018.04, [URL].