Dr. Chavalin Svetanant is a lecturer at Faculty of Arts, Macquarie University. Her research concerns “Language”, “Thought” and “Culture” in comparative semantic system and cultural contexts.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Criminal or Naive? News Headlines on Young Offenders in the Japanese and Thai Press

This article takes critical approaches to explore the relationships between language use, discourse practice and the sociocultural practice of news reports on young offenders in the Japanese and Thai press.

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Fear and Respect: Overlap of Emotional Domain in the Japanese and Thai Lexicons

The research aims to investigate the use of ‘kashikoshi’ and ‘kreng’ in Japanese and Thai to clarify the development conceptual domains across time and cultures.

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Exploring Personhood Constructs through Language: Contrastive Semantic of “Heart” in Japanese and Thai

The paper aims to explore emotional aspect of human experience through heart/mind related words which are considered one of the cultural key terms in the Japanese and Thai lexicons.

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Enhancing the Interactive Learning Environment in a Japanese Language Lecture through the Student Response Network

This study explores the use of Student Response Network in Japanese language lectures. It aims to demonstrate an interactive learning environment by enabling learners to actively participate in class.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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