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Dr Chie Adachi

Adjunct Research Fellow
Sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, variationist approach, Japanese, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island languages


  • Name: Dr Chie Adachi
    Position: Adjunct Research Fellow and Lecturer, Deakin University
    Research focus: Sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, variationist approach, Japanese, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island languages
    Email: chie.adachi@deakin.edu.au
    Web link: www.chieadachi.wordpress.com
    Qualifications: PhD (The University of Edinburgh), MA (Kumamoto University, Japan), BA (Kumamoto University, Japan)
    Dr Chie Adachi-Robertson was appointed as Adjunct Research Fellow in 2014.

    Formerly a lecturer in the Bachelor of Indigenous Languages and Linguistics program at Batchelor Institute, Dr Adachi is now an eLearning Project Officer within the Centre for Collaborative Learning and Teaching at Victoria University in Melbourne. Her research interests lie within sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, linguistic politeness, language and gender, and language and culture.

    Further biographical and related information on Dr Adachi can be found here.
  • Current Joint Research with Batchelor Institute

    Dr Adachi is examining language, aspirations and identity amongst language students at Batchelor Institute, as part of a project team with Dr Eva McRae-Williams, Rena Stanton and Dr Henk Huijser.