Research: Corpus Linguistics in Japanese, Second Language Acquisition
Email: maowenwei AT hotmail DOT com
My research interests include cognitive linguistics, corpus application research and second language acquisition. So far, I have presided over 5 vertical research projects at various levels, including the National Social Science Foundation of China, the Humanities and Social Science Project of the Ministry of Education, and the Shanghai Chinese Academic Excellence Foreign Translation Project, etc. I have published 4 monographs, 2 translations, and more than 20 textbooks, and published more than 30 papers in key journals.
MAO Wenwei. Corpus Stylistics in Japan: Progress, Problems and Prospect[J]. Journal of Foreign Languages, 2021(3).
Wang Shengyuan, Xiu Gang, Wang Xin, Zhang Wei, Li Yunbo, Wu Yuxin, Sun Ying, Mao Wenwei, Zheng Yongzhen. Japanese Language Studies in China: Dilemmas, Challenges and Prospects[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2021(5).
MAO Wenwei. A Study on the Construction of Japanese Text Classification Model Based on Linear Analysis[J]. Technology Enhanced Foreign Language Education. 2019(6).
MAO Wenwei. A Study on the Application of Data Mining Technology in Text Analysis[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2019(1).
MAO Wenwei. A Study on the Application of Data Mining Technology in Text Feature Analysis——Taking Natsume Soseki’s Novels as an Example[J]. Technology Enhanced Foreign Language Education. 2018(6).
MAO Wenwei. A Review of the Study of Japanese Linguistics in China in 2016[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2017(1).
Mao Wenwei. A Study of Normalization and Specialization in Japanese Translated Text[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2016(1).
Mao Wenwei. A Study on the Particularities of Translated Texts Based on CJCS——A case study of novels[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2014(4).
Mao Wenwei. Use of Corpora in Textbook-making[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2013(6).
Mao Wenwei. A Corpus based Study of Vocabulary Size and Common Vocabulary in Chinese Japanese Learner’s Composition[J]. Computer-Assisted Foreign Language Education. 2013(4).
Mao Wenwei. Applying the Balanced Corpus of Contemporary Written Japanese[J]. Journal of Japanese Language Study and Research. 2013(2).
Corpus-based cognitive research on Chinese Japanese learners, Peking University Press. Beijing. 2019.6
Construction and Application of Chinese Japanese Learner Corpus, Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press. Shanghai. 2012.6
Theory and Practice of Japanese Corpus Research, Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press. Shanghai. 2009.5, 978-7-5446-1221-0
A Study of Auxiliary Function Words in Modern Japanese, East China University of Science and Technology Press. Shanghai. 2009.5
A study on the cognitive mechanism of Chinese Japanese learners based on data mining technology (19BYY201), General Projects Supported by National Social Science Foundation, RMB 200000, 2019-2022.9.30
A Long-term Research on Tokyo Metropolitan Development Plan in 2025 (No. 2014XJW004), Key Projects funded by the Shanghai Municipal People's Government Decision Consulting Research Foundation, RMB 50000, Qualified, 2015.7-2015.12
Changes in Chinese Social Life (No. 2014XJW004), Projects funded by Shanghai Chinese Academic Excellent Foreign Translation Foundation, RMB 150000, 2014.5-2018.2
Corpus-based cognitive research on Chinese Japanese learners (No. 13BYY160), General Projects funded by National Social Science Foundation, RMB 180000, Outstanding, 2 013.5-2018.10
A Cognitive Linguistics Study on Expression Errors of Chinese Japanese Learners (No. 12YJC740076), Projects funded by MOE (Ministry of Education in China) Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Foundation, RMB 70000, Qualified, 2011.12-2017.4
Vice President and Secretary General of the Shanghai Branch of the Chinese Association for the Study of Japanese Language Teaching,
Director of the National Association for the Study of Japanese Language Teaching in Universities,
Executive Director of the Association for the Study of Japanese Language Misuse and Japanese Language Education,
Executive Director of the East Asian Language and Culture Research Association, etc.