April 25, 2024

Publications in English

  1. Aug Nishizaka. 2024. "Experiencing space: Some uses of Japanese proximal spatial deictic expressions." Journal of Pragmatics
    [50 days' free access link]

  2. Aug Nishizaka. 2024. "Activity," "Professional vision," "Project," and "Prospective indexical." Encyclopedia of Terminalogy for Conversation Analysis and Interactional Linguistics.

  3. Aug Nishizaka. 2023. "Doing inspecting in interaction: seeing the physiognomy of an object." Mind, Culture, and Activity.
    [eprint link] (Because the number of free online copies is limited, please do not download multiple copies for your own use.)

  4. Aug Nishizaka. 2022. "The granularity of seeing in interaction." Journal of Pragmatics, 190: 24-40.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  5. Aug Nishizaka. 2021. "Seeing and knowing in interaction: Two distinct resources for action construction." Discourse Studies, 23(6): 759-777.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  6. Aug Nishizaka. 2021. "Partitioning a population in agreement and disagreement." Journal of Pragmatics, 172: 225-238.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  7. Aug Nishizaka. 2020. "Appearance and action: Sequential organization of instructions in Japanese calligraphy lessons." Research on Language and Social Interaction, 53(2): 295-323.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  8. Aug Nishizaka. 2020. "Guided touch: The sequential organization of feeling a fetus in Japanese midwifery practice." In Asta Cekaite and Lorenza Mondada (eds.), Touch in Social Interaction: Touch, Language, and Body (pp. 224-248). Routledge.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  9. Aug Nishizaka. 2020. "Multi-sensory perception during palpation in Japanese midwifery practice." Social Interaction: Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality, 3(1). https://tidsskrift.dk/socialinteraction/article/view/120256/167872

  10. Aug Nishizaka. 2019. "Postscript: Thing and space." In Dennis Day and Johaness Wagner, Objects, Bodies and Work Practice (pp. 285-294). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  11. Aug Nishizaka. 2018. "Aspect-seeing in the interactional organization of activities." In Donald Favareau (ed.), Co-Operative Engagements in Intertweined Semiosis: Essays in Honor of Charles Goodwin (pp. 345-354). Tartu, Estonia: University of Tartu Press.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  12. Aug Nishizaka. 2017. "A sentence dispersed within a turn-at-talk: Response-opportunity places as loci for interactional work." East Asian Pragmatics, 2(2): 229-258.
    [PDF downloadable]

  13. Aug Nishizaka. 2017. "The moral construction of worry about radiation exposure: Emotion, knowledge, and tests." Discourse & Society, 28(6): 635-656.
    doi: 10.1177/0957926517721081

  14. Aug Nishizaka. 2017. "The perceived body and embodied vision in interaction" Mind, Culture, and Activity, 24(2): 110-128.
    doi: 10.1080/10749039.2017.1296465

  15. Aug Nishizaka. 2016. "The use of demo-prefaced response displacement for being a listener to distressful experiences in Japanese interaction" Text & Talk, 36(6): 757-787.
    doi: 10.1515/text-2016-0033
    [PDF downloadable]

  16. Aug Nishizaka. 2016. "Syntactical constructions and tactile orientations: Procedural utterances and procedures in massage therapy." Journal of Pragmatics, 98: 18-35.

  17. Aug Nishizaka & Masafumi Sunaga. 2015. "Conversing while massaging: Multidimensional asymmetries of multiple activities in interaction." Research on Language and Social Interaction, 48(2): 200-229.

  18. Aug Nishizaka & Kaoru Hayano. 2015. "Conversational preference." In Tracy, K., Ilie, C. & Sandel, T. (eds.) (2015). The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction (Vol. 1, pp. 229-236). Boston: John Wiley & Sons.
    [The publisher's online site]

  19. Aug Nishizaka & Kaoru Hayano. 2015. "Turn-taking." In Tracy, K., Ilie, C. & Sandel, T. (eds.) (2015). The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction (Vol. 3, pp. 1531-1538). Boston: John Wiley & Sons.
    [The publisher's online site]

  20. Aug Nishizaka. 2015. "Facts and normative connections: Two different worldviews." Research on Language and Social Interaction, 48(1): 26-31.

  21. Aug Nishziaka. 2014. "Sustained orientation to one activity in multiactivity during prenatal ultrasoud examinations." In Pentti Haddington, Tiina Keisanen, Lorenza Mondada and Maurice Nevile (eds.), Multiactivity in Social Interaction: Beyond Multitasking (pp. 79-107). Amsterdam: Jon Benjamins.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  22. Aug Nishizaka. 2014. "Instructed perception in prenatal ultrasound examination." Discourse Studies, 16(2): 217-246.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  23. Aug Nishizaka. 2013. "The embodied organization of a real-time fetus: The visible and the invisible in prenatal ultrasound examinations." Reprinted in Paul Drew and John Heritage (Eds.), Contemporary Studies in Conversation Analysis, Vol. 4. London: Sage.

  24. Aug Nishizaka. 2013. Distribution of visual orientations in prenatal ultrasound examinations: When the healthcare provider looks. Journal of Pragmatics, 51: 68-86.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  25. Aug Nishizaka. 2012. Doing "being friends" in Japanese telphone convesations. In Hisashi Nasu and Frances C. Waksler (Eds.), Interaction and Everyday Life: Phenomenological and Ethnomethodological Essays in Honor of George Psathas, pp. 297-315. Lanham, MD: Lexinton Books.
    [Manuscript downloadable here]

  26. Aug Nishizaka. 2011. Response expansion as a practice for raising a concern during regular prenatal checkups. Communication & Medicine 8(3): 247-259.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  27. Aug Nishizaka. 2011. What to learn: The embodied structure of the environment. Reprinted in Michael Lynch and Wes Sharrock (Eds.), Ethnomethodology, Volume 4. London: Sage.

  28. Aug Nishizaka. 2011. The interactive constitution of interculturality: How to be a Japanese with words. Reprinted in Zhu Hua (Ed.), The Language and Intercultural Communication Reader, Chapter 17. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

  29. Aug Nishizaka. 2011. The embodied organization of a real-time fetus: The visible and the invisible in prenatal ultrasound examinations. Social Studies of Science 41(3): 309-336.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  30. Aug Nishizaka. 2011. Touch without vision: Referential practice in a non-technological environment. Journal of Pragmatics 43: 504-520.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  31. Aug Nishizaka. 2010. Self-initiated problem presentation in prenatal checkups: Its placement and construction. Research on Language and Social Interaction 43(3): 283-313.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  32. Aug Nishizaka. 2007. Hand touching hand: Referential practice at a Japanese midwife house. Human Studies 30 (3): 199-217.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  33. Aug Nishizaka. 2006. What to learn: The embodied structure of the environment. Research on Language and Social Interaction 39 (2): 119-154.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  34. Aug Nishizaka. 2003. Imagination in action.Theory & Psychology 13: 177-207.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  35. Aug Nishizaka. 2000. Seeing what one sees: Perception, emotion and activity. Mind, Culture and Activity 7: 105-123.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  36. Aug Nishizaka. 2000. The neglected situation of vision in experimental psychology. Theory & Psychology 10: 579-604.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]
    * The second photo on p. 593 is a wrong one. The official corrigendum is at the following URL: http://www.deepdyve.com/lp/sage/corrigendum-to-theory-psychology-10-5-2000-LNYPD3Z9iP. Hear are two figures that I sent to the journal: they are very similar in any way.

  37. Aug Nishizaka. 1999. Doing interpreting within interaction: The interactive accomplishment of a 'henna gaijin' or 'strange foreigner'. Human Studies 22: 235-251.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  38. Aug Nishizaka. 1995. The interactive constitution of interculturality: How to be a Japanese with words. Human Studies 18: 301-326.
    [A pdf file downloadable here]

  39. Aug Nishizaka. 1993. Religious faith as a communicative practice: Niklas Luhmann's theory of religion and the discursive accomplishment of indeterminability. International Journal of Japanese Sociology 2: 65-78.

  40. Aug Nishizaka. 1992. The use of 'power': The discursive organization of powerfulness. Human Studies 15: 129-144.

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