Laura Miller's Articles on Japanese

  1. Languages in Contact Miller, L. 1997 "Wasei eigo: English ‘loanwords' coined in Japan." In The Life of Language: Papers in Linguistics in Honor of William Bright, edited by Jane Hill, P.J. Mistry and Lyle Campbell, Mouton/De Gruyter: The Hague, pp. 123-139.

  2. Cross Cultural Communication Miller, L. 2000 "Negative assessments in Japanese-American workplace interaction." In Culturally Speaking: Managing Rapport Through Talk Across Cultures, edited by Helen Spencer-Oatey. London: Continuum Press, pp. 240-254.

  3. Miller, L. 1995 "Two aspects of Japanese and American co-worker interaction: Giving instruction and creating rapport." Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 31, No.2, pp.141-161.

  4. Miller, L. 1994 "Japanese and American meetings and what goes on before them." Pragmatics Vol.4, No.2, pp.221-238.

  5. Miller, L. 1991 "Verbal listening behavior in conversations between Japanese and Americans." In The Pragmatics of Intercultural and International Communication, edited by Jan Blommaert and Jef Verschueren, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 110-130.

  6. Miller, L. 1991 "Consequences of Japanese and American business conversation." Intercultural Communication Studies, Vol I, No.1, 95-103. Language and Identity

  7. Miller, L. 1995 "Crossing ethnolinguistic boundaries: A preliminary look at the gaijin tarento in Japan." In Asian Popular Culture, edited by John Lent, Westview Press, New York, pp.162-173.

  8. Miller, L. 1994 "Giving good listening: Interaction and identity in Japan's bicultural workplace." The World & I Vol.9, No. 12, pp. 221-229.