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  ブリュースター デイモン   BREWSTER, Damon
   所属学系   言語学系
   教育組織   大学  グローバル・コミュニケーション学群
   職位   准教授
1. 2012/04~ 桜美林大学 基盤教育院 ELPディレクタ
2. 2012/04~ 慶應義塾大学 法学部 非常勤講師
3. 2007/04~2011/03 桜美林大学 基盤教育院 講師
4. 2005/04~2007/03 桜美林大学 外国語教育センター 非常勤講師
5. 2002/04~2012/03 神奈川大学 英文学部 非常勤講師
1. 1985/09~1988/07 ヨーク大学 BA (Hons) Degree in English and History 英文/美術史 卒業
2. 1997/09~2000/07 レスター大学大学院 Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics and TESOL 修士課程修了
教育工学 / Technology in Education, 言語学 / Motivation in Language Learning, 英語学 / Accent: History of English (キーワード:motivation, English, accent, technolgy) 
1. 2011/04/01~2012/03/31 FD委員
2. 2012/04/01~2013/03/31 教務委員会
3. 2013/04/01~ 教務FD委員会
1. 論文  Searching for RP in the English teaching classroom: British teachers' beliefs (単著) 2017/03
2. 論文  Language Goes to War and the Retreat of Conservative Received Pronunciation (単著) 2016/09
3. 論文  Learning from a Multi-Case Study on Ideal L2 Self: The Value of Listening to Learners' Voices (共著) 2015/03
4. 著書  Investing in Experiential Capital: Self-efficacy, Imagination, and Development of Ideal L2 Selves (共著) 2014/08
5. 論文  Capitalizing on life experiences for L2 motivation and autonomy (共著) 2013/11
1. 2016/07/30 Searching for RP: British teachers' beliefs on how to handle pronunciation in the classroom(The 4th J. F. Oberlin and Beijing Language and Culture University Symposium)
2. 2014/10/30 Learning From a Multi-Case Study on Ideal L2 Motivation: The Value of Listening to Students' Voices(The 2nd J. F. Oberlin University and Beijing Language and Culture University Symposium)
3. 2014/08/30 Two Four-Year Journeys: Learning From a Multi-Case Study on Ideal L2 Self From a Person in Context Relational View(International Conference on Motivational Dynamics and Second Language Acquisition, 2014)
4. 2013/10/26 Building a Football Corpus for Language Learners(JALT 2013 39th Annual International Conference, Kobe Convention Center, Portopia, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan)
5. 2012/08/31 Capitalizing on social network, life experiences, and technology: A case study of autonomy development(5th International Independent Learning Association Conference (ILA) 2012, Wellington, New Zealand)