The Intercultural Education Society of Japan (IESJ) offers the Outstanding Presentation Award with the aim of encouraging its junior researchers to present their research and improve their presentations on intercultural education. This award is given to the most outstanding contribution among individual paper presentations of individual research at every annual conference.
As stated in the Eligibility section of the Regulations on the Outstanding Presentation Award , eligible presenters must claim their eligibility and indicate whether they would like to be considered for the award in the Individual Paper Presentation Application Form when registering for the conference.
For more information on the selection procedure for this award, please refer to the Procedures for Selecting the Recipients of the Outstanding Presentation Award .
We look forward to receiving applications from eligible presenters.
- Regulations on the Outstanding Presentation Award
- Procedures for Selecting the Recipients of the Outstanding Presentation Award
The affiliation of the recipient indicates the one at the time of the award.
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)
No award selection was carried out.
How Does Prior Experiences in the Host Society Affect the Cultural Adaptation of Foreign Employees in Japan?
GOJI Toshiro（Graduate student, Hiroshima University）
Literacy in Second Language of Young Returnee Children
TANIGUCHI Joy （Shizuoka Eiwa Gakuin University）
Reconsidering the Boundaries of Public Education: Focusing on the Experiences of Japanese Students Attending a Gaikokujingakko (Foreign School)
KINNAN Saki (Graduate student, Osaka University)
What Can We Learn from Mixed (International and Japanese) Student Residences? : Analyzing Resident Assistants’ Narratives
YOSHIDA Chiharu（Graduate student, Meiji Univerisity）
Recognition of and Ways to Cope with the Stigma of ‘Married Migrant Women’ in South Korea.
KU Misun (Graduate student, Hitotsubashi University)
Language Choice in Japanese–Korean Families: Focusing on the Korean Language Heritage of Korean Mothers
HANAI Rika (Research Fellow, Graduate School, Kwansei Gakuin University)
A Study of the Relationship between L1 and L2 Proficiency of Linguistic Minority Children Living in Japan: Through an Analysis of Narrative Retelling
SAKURAI Chiho (Osaka University)
Designing Learning Environments for Overseas Fieldwork That Incorporate “Multivocal” Perspectives
KISHI Makiko (Meiji University)
A Study on Organizational Socialization of Former International Students Foreign Employees: Influence of Supervisor’s Support on Adaptation and Retention-
SHIMADA Noriko (Graduate student, Tokyo University)