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Hosei University 
Faculty of Sustainability Studies 
Department of Sustainability Studies 

Professor 
STOCKWELL Esther 



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Update:2016/11/17 

Career
Research Assistant, Graduate School of Communication and Media Studies, Bond University  1997/01/01-2001/12/31 
Part-time Lecturer, School of Humanities, Bond University  1999/01/01-2000/12/31 
Part-time Lecturer, School of Business Administration, Ritsumeikan University  2003/04/01-2005/03/31 
Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Media, Tokyo University of Technology  2005/04/01-2006/03/31 
Assistant Professor (Tenured), Faculty of Humanity and Environment, Hosei University  2006/04-2010/03 
Associate Professor (Tenured), Faculty of Humanity and Environment, Hosei University  2010/04-Present 

Academic background
Bond University Graduate School  Graduate School of Communication and Media Studies  Mass Communication  Doctor prophase  1998/12/31  Completed  Australia 
Queensland University Graduate School  Graduate School of Journalism  Journalism  Doctor later  2003/12/31  Others  Australia 
RMIT University Graduate School  Graduate School of Applied Communication  Journalism  Doctor later  2006/11/30  Completed  Australia 

Academic degrees
M.A. in Mass Communication  Bond University Graduate School  1998/12/31 
Ph.D. in Applied Communication  RMIT University Graduate School  2006/11/30 

Research Areas
Mass Communication Education 
Intercultural communication Education 

Achievements of funded, joint or endowed research
Media reliability judgments and preferences of university students in Tokyo  2006-2007  Other 
The relationship between newspaper credibility and reader attitude  2001-2004  Endowed Research 
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Bibliography
The relationship between newspaper credibility and reader attitude  VDM Publishing House Limited  2010/01/15  978-3-6392-2380-4  Given that much of what we know of the world around us comes directly from the media, as receivers of messages from the media we realise how important the credibility of a news source is. Early studies argued that a high credibility source is more effective in causing attitude change than a low credibility source, while later research has indicated other factors also have an important mediating effect on the impact of source credibility. Credibility is highly situational and changes depending on news receivers' perceptions, where their individual differences and their knowledge about the media and the topic could contribute to their evaluation of source credibility. In addition, the importance of the issue in the media, the controversiality of the issue, and receivers' involvement with the issue have also been shown to affect their evaluation of source credibility. This book explores the various complexities involved in the relationship between media credibility and attitude formation by examining the characteristics that play a role in making a news source credible to readers, and then considering those factors that affect attitude change in receivers of a news message. 
Australian Research: A Proposal to a Culturally Diversifying Japan  Edited by the Australian Research Institute, Waseda University  54-79  Oceania Press  2009/08/01  978-4-8720-3104-1 
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Papers
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  Using web-based exploratory tasks to develop intercultural competence in a homogenous cultural environment  Innovations in Education and Teaching International  53/ 6, 649-659  2016 
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  Investigating authentic cultural education through technology  Proceedings of the ICER 2015 Conference Education Research Institute Seoul National University  2015/10 
Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)  Single  Promoting students’ cultural context acquisition through Web-based inquiry  Transforming Teaching and Learning through Integrated Learning Environments for 21st Century Learners  679-687  2013/11/01 
Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)  Single  Developing intercultural competence through Web-based exploration and interaction  Proceedings of the WorldCALL 2013 Conference  2013/08/01 
Research paper (scientific journal)  Single  Do smart phones affect learners' preferences for language learning  Proceedings of the EuroCALL 2012 Conference  2012/09/01 
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Research presentations
Oral presentation(general)  Investigating authentic cultural education through technology  ICER 2015 Conference  2015/10 
Oral presentation(general)  Challenges of Teaching and Researching Intercultural Competence in CALL  EUROCALL2015 Annual Conference  2015/08 
Oral presentation(invited, special)  CALL research associated with culture using technology  International Languages and Culture Research Forum  2015/01 
Oral presentation(general)  Pedagogy of Intercultural communication in foreign language classes  2014 International Conference on Educational Innovation  2014/11 
Oral presentation(general)  Intercultural communication education in a homogenous cultural environment  AsiaCALL International Conference  2014/11 
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Prizes
Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence  1998/12/31 
Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence  1995/12/31 
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Alloted class
Glocal Communication 
Kiso Enshu 
Human Communication 
Mass Media Research 
English 1 
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