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Dr Shunichi Ishihara
The Australian National University
School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific
Canberra, ACT 0200 AUSTRALIA
Shunichi.Ishihara@anu.edu.au
Phone: + 61 2 6125 4656
Fax: + 61 2 6125 3144
Room: e335 Baldessin Precinct Building 


Publications

Books
  1. Shunichi Ishihara (forthcoming, accepted on 14/01/06) An Acoustic-Phonetic Descriptive Analysis of Kagoshima Japanese Tonal Phenomena. Studies in Japanese Linguistics Series. Stanford University: CSLI Publications/Kuroshio Publishers: Tokyo.
Book Chapters
  1. Miyuki Toyoda and Shunichi Ishihara (2003). “Teaching Japanese Culture in Language". In Lo Bianco, J. and Crozet, C. (eds.), Culturally Sensitive Language Teaching: A Resource Book for Teachers. Language Australia Ltd. 211-234.
Peer Reviewed Journals Articles
  1. Shunichi Ishihara (forthcoming, accepted on 25/05/09) "Osaka and Kagoshima Japanese Citation Tone Acoustics: A Linguistic-Tonetic Comparative Study". The Journal of the International Phonetic Association.
  2. Yuko Kinoshita, Shunichi Ishihara and Phil Rose (2009) "Exploring the Discriminatory Potential of F0 Distribution Parameters in Traditional Forensic Speaker Recognition". International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 16(1). 91-111.
  3. Kimiko Tsukada and Shunichi Ishihara (2007) "Cross Language Speech Perception by Listeners Differing in L1: Comparison of Word Final Stop Discrimination by Australian English, Japanese and Thai Listeners". Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan. 82-92.
  4. Shunichi Ishihara (2006) "An Acoustic Phonetic Descriptive Analysis of Kagoshima Japanese Tonal Phenomena-Monosyllabic and Disyllabic Citation Forms". In Phonological Society of Japan (ed), Phonological Studies 9. 149-156.
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers (based on full papers)
  1. Chiharu Tsurutani, Kimiko Tsukada and Shunichi Ishihara (2010) “Comparison of Native and Non-native Perception of L2 Japanese Speech Varying in Prosodic Characteristics”. Proceedings of 2010 Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology Association. 122-125.
  2. Yuko Kinoshita and Shunichi Ishihara (2010) “F0 Can Tell Us More: Speaker Classification Using the Long Term Distribution”. Proceedings of 2010 Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology Association. 50-53.
  3. Shunichi Ishihara and Yuko Kinoshita (2010) “Filler Words as a Speaker Classification Feature”. Proceedings of 2010 Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology Association. 34-37. 
  4. 29 other researchers and Shunichi Ishihara (2010) "The Big Australian Speech Corpus (The Big ASC)". Proceedings of 2010 Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology Association. 166-170.
  5. Shunichi Ishihara. (2010) “Variability and Consistency in the Idiosyncratic Selection of Fillers in Japanese Monologues: Gender Differences”. Proceedings of 2010 Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology Association. 9-17.
  6. Shunichi Ishihara (2010) "A Collocation Analysis of Topic Change Utterances of Multi-Party Meeting Conversations". Proceedings of the 2009 Australian Linguistc Society Conference.
  7. 29 other researchers and Shunichi Ishihara (2009) "A Blueprint for A Comprehensive Australian English Auditory-Visual Speech Corpus". Selected Proceedings of the 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages. 96-107.
  8. Shunichi Ishihara and Yuko Kinoshita (2008) “How Many Do We Need? Exploration of the Population Size Effect on the Performance of Forensic Speaker Classification”. Proceedings of 2008 Interspeech. CD-ROM
  9. Shunichi Ishihara (2008) “An Acoustic–Phonetic Comparative Analysis of Osaka and Kagoshima Japanese Tonal Phenomena”. Proceedings of 2008 Interspeech. CD-ROM
  10. Yuko Kinoshita, Shunichi Ishihara and Phil Rose (2008) “Beyond the Long-Term Mean: Exploring the Potential of F0 Distribution Parameters in Traditional Forensic Speaker Recognition”. Proceedings of 2008 Odyssey. CD-ROM
  11. Kimiko Tsukada, Nguyen Thu, Rungpat Roengpitya and Shunichi Ishihara (2007) “Cross-Language Perception of Word-Final Stops: Comparison of Cantonese, Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese Listeners” Proceedings of the 2007 International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Germany. 1781-1784. 
  12. Shunichi Ishihara (2006) “Underlying Tonal Representation of Kagoshima Japanese Accentual Contrast”. In Pickett, C. (ed.), Selected papers from the 2005 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society
  13. Shunichi Ishihara (2006) “Kyoto-Osaka Citation Tone Acoustics: A Linguistic Tonetic Study”. Proceedings of the 11th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Auckland.
  14. Shunichi Ishihara (2005) “An Acoustic-Phonetic Descriptive Analysis of Kagoshima Japanese Tonal Phenomena”. In S. Kaji (ed), Proceedings of Cross-Linguistic Studies of Tonal Phenomena: Historical Development, Tone-Syntax Interface, and Descriptive Studies, Research Institute for Language and Culture of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. 361-384.
  15. Shunichi Ishihara (2004) The Surface Tonal Representations of Kagoshima Japanese Accentual Contrast, In S. Cassidy (ed), Proceedings of the 10th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology and Australian Language Technology Workshop, Sydney. 
  16. Shunichi Ishihara and Catherine Watson (2004) “Using Wavelets to Acoustically Analyse Oral Stops”, In S. Cassidy (ed), Proceedings of the 10th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology and Australian Language Technology Workshop.
  17. Shunichi Ishihara (2002) “The Prosodic Nature of Kagoshima Japanese: Is It Different from Standard Japanese?” In Bow, C. (ed.), Proceedings of the 9th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. CD-ROM.
  18. Shunichi Ishihara (2000) “An acoustic-phonetic descriptive analysis of pitch realisations in Kagoshima Japanese.” In Henderson, J. (ed.), Selected papers from the 1999 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society.
  19. Shunichi Ishihara (2000) “The Exponential Nature of F0 Target Tone Interpolation.” In Barlow, M. (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. 224-229.
  20. Shunichi Ishihara (2000) “Linguistic-Phonetic Differences in Target Tone Realisation: Standard vs. Kagoshima Japanese.” In Barlow, M. (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. 192-197.
  21. Shunichi Ishihara (2000) “Continuous Linguistic-Tonetic Representation Using Polynomial Residuals.” In Barlow, M. (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. 218-223.
  22. Shunichi Ishihara (1998) “An Acoustic-Phonetic Description of Word Tone of Kagoshima Japanese.” In Manell, R. and Robert-Ribes, J. (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of Spoken Language and Processing. 595-598.
  23. Shunichi Ishihara (1998) “Independence between Consonantal Voicing and Vocoid F0 Perturbation in English and Japanese.” In Manell, R. and Robert-Ribes, J. (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of Spoken Language and Processing. 3107-3110.
Non-Reviewed Conference Papers (based on full papers)
  1. Shunichi Ishihara, Chiharu Tsurutani and Kimiko Tsukada (2010) What Constitutes 'Good Pronunciation' from L2 Japanese Learners' and Native Speakers' Perspectives?A Perception Study. Proceedings of CLaSIC2010.
  2. Chiharu Tsurutani, Kimiko Tsukada and Shunichi Ishihara (2010) "What Does 'a Fluent Speaker' Mean for Non-native Listeners? Perception of L2 Listeners". Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth General Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan.
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