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  • Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Christianity: Huck's Morality and Jim's Humanity
  • A Study of Feminism and Women's Fashion
  • A Study of New Woman: First-Wave Feminism and Women's Independence
  • A Study of The Color Purple: With a Focus on Womanism
  • A Study of Inequality in the United States: Wealth Gap and Social Problems in the United States
  • A Study of Passing: Two Women's Views of Passing
  • A Study of The Underground Railroad: The Escape from Slavery to Own Herself
  • A Study of Tess of the D'Urbervilles
  • A Women's View of Marriage and Work in the Victorian Era from Anne Brontë's Agnes Grey
    Creoles and Jazz Music
  • Androgyny in Virginia Woolf's Orlando: A Biography: From a Viewpoint of Jung's Psychology 
  • A Study of A Tale of Two Cities: The Difference between Two Angel Images
  • Transvestism in As You Like It
  • The Appearance of New Princesses: From the Point of View of the Second Wave of Feminism
  • Gender Roles in Harry Potter
  • A Study of The Power
  • Female Characters in Harry Potter Series
  • A Study of Zora Neale Hurston: The Oppression and Liberation of Janie Crawford in Their Eyes Were Watching God
  • A Study of The Bluest Eye: The Reasons for the Mental Collapse of Pecola Breedlove
  • A Study of Racism: Revealing Racial Discrimination in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin

英語学系

  • History of the Language Policy in the Southeast Asian Countries and Japan
  • Linguistic Comparisons of Mimetics in Picture Books 
  • A Comparison of Male and Female Role Language in Japanese and English
  • A Comparative Study of Japanese and English “Gay” Language 
  • A Cognitive Linguistic Study of Modal Auxiliaries in English
  • Errors Made by Learners of Japanese
  • Cognitive Factors Motivating the Choice of Inanimate Subject Constructions
  • A Study of African American Vernacular English (AAVE) as Role Language 
  • A Cognitive Linguistic Study of Constructions in English: With a Special Reference to Japanese
  • Sequential Voicing in Japanese
  • A Study of Onomatopoeia in Children's Picture Books
  • Women's Speech in Disney Princess Movies
  • The Role of Female Language in Disney Movies
  • How Japanese Speakers and English Speakers Perceive Time and Verbal Tenses
  • A Comparison of Tense and Aspect in Japanese and English from a Cognitive Linguistic Perspective
  • Various Metaphors in a Japanese- and English- Language Hard Rock
  • Utilizing Cognitive Linguistics to Teach Relative Pronouns to Japanese Learners of English
  • The Use of English Subtitles in Role Language in Ghibli Films
  • Passive Proficiency Level of Japanese Speaker
  • This and That: Contrasts between Japanese and English Demonstratives
  • A Study on the Adverb of Politeness 'Please'
  • Cross-Linguistic Perspectives of Subject Omission in Japanese and English
  • Sound Symbolism in Japanese and English Names 
  • The Nature of Clipping Compounds
  • A Study of Hemingway from the Viewpoint of Linguistics
  • Palatalization in Japanese Onomatopoeia
  • The Classification of the Passive Voice: Comparison of English and Japanese

総合研究系

  • Islamophobia in the UK: An Examination of the Possible Reasons behind the Discrimination of Muslims
  • Feminist Development in Disney Princess Films: An Analysis of Songs from Snow White to Moana
  • A Study of Genetically Modified Organisms
  • A Study of War Films 
  • Refugees and Their Psychological Problems: A Study of Trauma Experienced by Women and Children in the US
  • A Study of Children's Literature: Jo March's Choice in Little Women
  • Women's Fashion and Social Status: The Corset History and Women's Social Status
  • A Study of The Great Gatsby: Comparing the Upper Class and the Other Class
  • A Study of Breakfast at Tiffany's: Holly Golightly's Freedom, Gender, and Sexuality
  • Fascism in the Magical World of Harry Potter 
  • Semiotic Reading of Comics ― A Study of the Politics of Peanuts
  • Changes in Disney Princesses over Three Stages
  • A Study of Under Class in the UK
  • The Sound of Music in the Context of Austrian History
  • Impressions of the Term "Gaikokujin" from the Gaikokujin Side

コミュニケーション系

  • Three Types of Bilinguals
  • Characteristics of Young People's Abbreviations 
  • Power Relationships and Communication Style in Family Conversations
  • Japanese Women's Color Recognition of Non-Basic Color Terms
  • Understanding Metaphor and Interpretation of Metaphor in English and Japanese
  • Gender Difference for Conversational Purposes
  • A Comparison of Questions between Men and Women
  • Gender Differences in Topic Shifting Strategies
  • A Discourse Analysis of Japanese Fashion Magazines for Young People from the Perspective of Social Change
  • Compliments and Gender: Analysis of Japanese Instagram Comments
  • How Intrinsic Motivation or Extrinsic Motivation Effects Ensuing Learning and English Behavior
  • Back Channel Behavior in a Japanese Reality TV Show: How Gender Differences Affect Listener Responses
  • Why Metaphorical Expression Are Used in Daily Life of Japanese University Students
  • Transformation of the Woman in the Disney Princess
  • Women's Silence: An Analysis of First Meeting and Close Friend Conversations
  • How Is EMOJI Interpreted? A Comparison between Native Speakers of Japanese and English
  • The Gender Gap in the Philippines
  • Metaphors for Marriage
  • Politeness in English and Japanese ―English Movies and Their Japanese Translations―
  • How Are Implicatures Generated? Influences of Non-Verbal Expressions in Understanding Utterances

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