MATTHEW J. BURDELSKI        マシュー・バーデルスキー

Professor (教授)

560-8532 大阪大学大学院文学研究科


Osaka University, Graduate School of Letters

1-5 Machikaneyama-cho, Toyonaka-shi

Osaka-fu 560-8532 JAPAN


Research Areas/研究分野

Language Socialization(言語社会化),  Conversation Analysis (会話分析), Classroom Interaction (教室談話), Pragmatics and politeness(語用論、ポライトネス), Language and Identity (言語とアイデンティティ), Storytelling (物語り・ストーリーテリング), Interaction and Technology (相互行為とテクノロジー)


Ph.D. East Asian Languages and Cultures, UCLA (2006)

M.A. East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Oregon (1996)

B.A. University of Michigan (1990)

Edited Books and Special Issues /共編

Cekaite, A. & Burdelski, M. (in progress, 2021). Special Issue: Pragmatics of crying in adult-child interactions: Interactional responses to distress. Journal of Pragmatics.

青木直子、マシュー・バーデルスキー編(2021)『日本語教育の新しい地図ー専門知識を書き換える』(State-of-the-art in Japanese language education: Rewriting expert knowledge) )ひつじ書房. 

Burdelski, M. J. & K. M. Howard (eds.). (2020). Language socialization in classrooms: Culture, interaction and language development. Cambridge University Press.

Moore, E. & Burdelski, M. (eds.). (2020). Special Issue: Peer conflict and language socialization in preschool. Linguistics and Education.

Routarinne, S., Tainio, L. & Burdelski, M. (eds.). (2020). Special Issue: Human-to-human touch in institutional settings. Social Interaction. Video-based Studies of Human Sociality

Burdelski, M. & Evaldsson, A-C. (eds.). (2019). Special Issue: Young children’s multimodal and collaborative tellings in family and preschool interaction. Research on Children and Social Interaction. 

Articles and Book Chapters/学術論文

forthcoming(近刊)/in press(印刷中)

Burdelski, M. (forthcoming). Socialization. In A. Church & A. Bateman (Eds.), Talking with children: A handbook of interaciton in early childhood. Cambridge University Press. 

Burdelski, M. & Takei, N. (forthcoming) “He has this thing with Asians”: Storytelling and membership categories among transnational speakers. In A. Filipi, B. T. Thanh & M. Theobald (Eds.) Springer.

Burdelski, M. (in press). Classroom socialisation: Repair and correction in Japanese as a heritage language. Classroom Discourse



Cekaite, A. & Burdelski M. Crying and crying responses: A comparative exploration of pragmatic socialization in a Swedish and Japanese preschool. Journal of Pragmatics, 178, 329-348. [Open access]. 

Burdelski, M. Practices of inviting visitor involvement in storytelling within museum guided tours 「博物館内ツアーにおいて観客にガイドの物語への参与を促す実践」『阪大日本語研究』33, 1-31(査読なし)


Moore, E. & Burdelski, M. Peer conflict and language socialization: Introduction to special issue. Linguistics and Education, 59, 1-6.

Burdelski, M. ‘Say can I borrow it’: Teachers and children managing peer conflict in a Japanese preschool. Linguistics and Education, 59, 1-11.

Burdelski, M. & Cekaite, A. Control touch in caregiver-child interaction: Embodied organization in triadic mediation of peer conflict. In A. Cekaite & L. Mondada (eds.), Touch in social interaction: Touch, language and body (pp. 103-123). Routledge. 

Burdelski, M., Tainio, L. & Routarinne, S. Human-to-human touch in institutional settings: Introduction to the special issue. Social Interaction. Video-based Studies of Human Sociality

Burdelski, M. Teacher compassionate touch in a Japanese preschool. Social Interaction. Video-based Studies of Human Sociality. Special Issue: Human-to-human touch in institutional settings.

Burdelski, M. J. & Howard, K. M. Introduction: Language socialization in classrooms. In M. J. Burdelski & K. M. Howard (eds.), Language socialization in classrooms: Culture, interaction and language development (pp. 1-25). Cambridge University Press.

Burdelski, M. J. Embodiment, ritual, and ideology in a Japanese-as-a-heritage-language preschool classroom. In M. J. Burdelski & K. M. Howard (eds.), Language socialization in classrooms: Culture, interaction and language development (pp. 200-223). Cambridge University Press.


Burdelski, M. Emotion and affective stance in language socialization. In S. E. Pritzker, J. Fenigsen, & J. M. Wilce (eds.), The Routledge handbook of language and emotion (pp. 28-48). Routledge.

Burdelski, M. & Evaldsson, E-C. Young children’s multimodal and collaborative tellings in family and preschool interaction. Research on Children and Social Interaction, 3(1-2), 1-5.

Burdelski, M. Young children’s multimodal participation in storytelling: Analysing talk and gesture in Japanese family interaction. Research on Children and Social Interaction, 3(1-2), 6-35.

Burdelski, M. & Fukuda, C. Multimodal membership categorization and storytelling in a guided tour. Special issue. Pragmatics and Society, 10(3). 337-359.

Fukuda, C. & Burdelski, M. Multimodal demonstrations of understanding of visible, imagined, and tacile objects in guided tours. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 52(1), 20-40.


Burdelski, M. Some insights from Chuck Goodwin’s seminars and discourse labs: 2000 to 2004 and beyond. In D. Favareau (ed.), Co-operative engagements in intertwined semiosis: Essays in honour of Charles Goodwin (pp. 26-36). University of Tartu Press. 

Takei, N. & M. Burdelski. Shifting of “expert” and “novice” roles between/within two languages: Socialization, identity, and epistemics in family dinnertime conversations. Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 37(1), 83-117.  [pdf]


Burdelski, M. Pets as vehicles of language socialization: Encouraging children’s emotional, moral, and relational development in Japanese. In A. Feuerstein & C. Nolte-Odhiambo (Eds.), Childhood and pethood in literature and culture: New perspectives in childhood studies and animal studies (pp. 72-86). Routledge. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. & E. Morita. Young children’s initial assessments in Japanese. In A. Bateman & A. Church (Eds.), Children and knowledge: Studies in conversation analysis (pp. 231-255). Singapore: Springer. [pdf]

Cook, H. M. & M. Burdelski. (Im)politeness: Language socialization. In J. Culpeper, M. Haugh & D. Kádár (Eds.), Palgrave handbook of linguistic (im)politeness (pp. 461-488). London: Palgrave Macmillan. [pdf]

Cook, H. M. & M. Burdelski. Language socialization in Japanese communities. In P. A. Duff & S. May (Eds.), Encyclopedia of language and education volume 8, language socialization (pp. 309-322). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. [pdf]


Burdelski, M. We-focused and I-focused stories of World War II in guided tours at a Japanese American museum. Discourse & Society, 27(2), 156-171. [pdf]

バーデルスキー・マシュー.「養育者ー子ども間の会話における謝罪表現の言語社会化」『子育ての会話分析ーおとなと子どもの「責任」はどう育つか』高田明・嶋田容子・川島理恵編 (pp. 99-120) 東京:昭和堂 [pdf]

川島理恵、バーデルスキー・マシュー.「全米日系人ミュージアムの会話分析」『日本人と日系人の物語ー会話分析・ナラティヴ・語られる歴史』(pp. 270-285) 山崎敬一・やまだようこ・山崎晶子・池田佳子・小林亜子編 (pp. 270-285).横浜:世織書房 [pdf]


Burdelski, M. Reported speech as cultural gloss and directive: Socializing norms of speaking and acting in Japanese caregiver-child triadic interaction. Text & Talk, 35(5), 575-595. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. Children instructing kin and peers in politeness routines in Japanese. In B. Pizziconi & Miriam Locher (Eds.). Teaching and learning (im)politeness (pp. 211-246). Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton. [pdf]


Burdelski, M., M. Kawashima & K. Yamazaki. Storytelling in guided tours: Practices, engagement, and identity at a Japanese American museum. Narrative Inquiry, 24(2), 328-346. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. Early experiences with food: Socializing affect and relationships in Japanese. In P. Szatrowski (Ed.), Language and food: Verbal and non-verbal experiences (pp. 233-255). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [pdf]

バーデルスキー・マシュー.「言語社会化の過程ー親子」『阪大日本語研究』26, 33-49.(査読なし) [pdf]


Burdelski, M. Socializing children to honorifics in Japanese: Identity and stance in interaction. Special issue titled Pragmatic and Metapragmatic Issues in Japanese Honorific Usage, B. Pizziconi (guest editor). Multilingua, 32(2), 247-273. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. “I’m sorry, flower”: Socializing apology, empathy, and relationships in Japan. Pragmatics and Society, 4(1), 54-81. [pdf]

Yamazaki, A., Y. Yamazaki, K. Ikeda, M. Burdelski, M. Fukushima, et al. Interactions between a quiz robot and multiple participants: Focusing on speech, gaze and bodily conduct in Japanese and English speakers. Interaction Studies, 14(3), 366-389. [pdf]


Burdelski, M., & H. M. Cook. Formulaic language in language socialization. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics (Topics in Formulaic Language), 32, 173-188. [pdf]


Burdelski, M. Language socialization and politeness routines. In A. Duranti, E. Ochs, & B. B. Schieffelin (Eds.), The handbook of language socialization (pp. 275-295). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. [pdf]


Yamazaki, A., K. Yamazaki, M. Burdelski, Y. Kuno & M. Fukushima. Coordination of verbal and non-verbal actions in human-robot interaction at museums and exhibitions. Journal of Pragmatics, 42(9), 2398-2414. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. Socializing politeness routines: Action, other-orientation, and embodiment in a Japanese preschool. Journal of Pragmatics, 42(6), 1606-1621. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. & K. Mitsuhashi. “She thinks you’re kawaii”: Socializing affect, gender, and relationships in a Japanese preschool. Language in Society, 39(1), 65-93. [pdf]


Mitsuhashi, K. & M. Burdelski. 「かわいい女の子はいかにして可能か—保育士と子どもの相互行為分析—」『 国立女性教育館研究ジャーナル』第13号目次, 49-58. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. Prompting Japanese Children. In Y. Takubo, T. Kinuhata, S. Grzelak, & K. Nagai (Eds.). Japanese/Korean Linguistics vol. 16 (pp. 235-249). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. [pdf]


Burdelski, M. Socializing two-year-old children to public presentation of self: service encounters. In T. Ogura, H. Kobayashi, S. Arita, M. Nakayama, M. Hirakawa, S. Inagaki, & Y. Terao (Eds.), Studies in Language Sciences, 7 (pp. 113-126). Tokyo: Kuroshio Publishers. [pdf]

Burdelski, M. & K. Mitsuhashi. Socializing gender and stance: Japanese assessments with kawaii and kakkoii. Journal and Proceedings of the Gender and Awareness in Language Education (GALE) Special Interest Group of the Japan Association for Language Teachings, 1(1), 88-99. [pdf]


Yamazaki, K., M. Kawashima, Y. Kuno, N. Akiya, M. Burdelski, A. Yamasaki & H. Kuzuoka. Prior-to-request and request behaviors within elderly day care: Implications for developing service robots for use in multiparty settings. In L. Bannon, I. Wagner, C. Gutwin, R. Harper & K. Schmidt (Eds.), ECSCW’07: Proceedings of the Tenth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (pp. 61-78). London: Springer. [pdf]


Burdelski, M. Close- and open-ended narratives of personal experience: Weekly meetings among a supervisor and teaching assistants of a “Japanese language education practicum.” Linguistics and Education, 15(1-2), 3-32. [pdf]


バーデルスキー・マシュー. 「プライベート・スピーチ:米国小学2年生の日本語イマージョン授業における第二言語学習得」 第二言語として日本語の習得研究4号, pp. 39-62. [pdf]

Guest Blog/ブログ















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·   村上風夏「会話におけるスピーチスタイルシフト―学年差のある親しい間柄の丁寧体と普通体の使用を中心に―」




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Selected Grants and Fellowships

Japan Association for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) (科研費 基盤C一般). Project title:「子どもの言語社会化:感情、社会的行為とアイデ ンティティ」[“Children’s language socialization: Affect, social action, and identity”] (3 years: April  2015-March 2018).

Mellon Post-doctoral Fellowship, awarded by Swarthmore College (2 years: 2009-2011)

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Research Abroad Grant (12 months: 2005)

Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) (11 months: 2004)

Japanese Ministry of Education (Monbusho) Scholarship (1 year, 5 months: 1999-2000)

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