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Yoshiko Matsumoto (Professor)

Yoshiko Matsumoto yoshikom
Personal bio
Yoshiko Matsumoto is professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, and, by courtesy, of Linguistics, and coordinator of the Japanese Language Program. She is also an affiliate of the Stanford Center on Longevity and the Program in Feminist Studies. Her research interests are in various aspects of pragmatics, including context in linguistic structure as well as sociolinguistic and discourse analyses of language, aging, and gender. She is a recipient of the Dean�??s Award for Distinguished Teaching. She was born and raised in Tokyo, and received a Ph.D. at UC-Berkeley.

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