Masaru Yamamoto

Masaru Yamamoto


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(Critical) Applied Linguistics, Multilingual Socialization, (Multimodal) Academic Discourse Socialization, Social Network Analysis, Multimodality


Masaru Yamamoto is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia. His research interests and professional commitments encompass (critical) applied linguistics, multilingual socialization, multimodal academic discourse socialization, social network analysis, multimodality, and knowledge mobilization through multimedia production. Masaru is a recipient of AAAL Graduate Student Award (2022). He serves as a Graduate Peer Advisor (Lead) in 2023/24.