IESJ Best Paper Award

This award is made every two years for submitted research papers (papers on a set topic and freely submitted papers), reports on practical activities, reports on investigations, and research notes published in the Society’s journal, “Intercultural Education.” It was established in 2020 to encourage and develop intercultural education research.


FY 2020 – 2021 (editions 52 – 55)

The Emergence of Ibasho in “Our Language”: Joking Practices with Deviant Japanese and Social Identities of International Students

INOUCHI Ayumi (Graduate student, University of Tsukuba)