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DOLAN, Daniel P.
 
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Paper Count: 0  Citation Count: 0  h-index: 1

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Affiliation
Faculty of Commerce, Graduate School of Accountancy
Job title
Professor

Concurrent Post

  • Faculty of International Research and Education   School of International Liberal Studies

  • Faculty of Commerce   Graduate School of Commerce

  • Faculty of Commerce   School of Commerce

Research Institute

  • 2019
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    産業経営研究所   兼任研究所員

Education

  •  
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    1998

    University of Washington   Speech Communication   Cultural Communication, Business Communication  

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    1998

    University of Washington   Speech Communication   Cultural Communication, Business Communication  

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    University of Washington   Faculty of Arts and Letters   Speech Communication  

Degree

  • University of Washington   Ph.D.

Research Experience

  • 2015.04
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    2016.03

    Economics Dept. , ESSEC Business School, Cergy, France Visiting Professor

  • 2010.04
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    Waseda University, Graduate School of Accountancy Professor

  • 2005.04
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    2010.03

    Tohoku University,Graduate School of Accounting Professor of Business Communication

  • 1995.06
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    2001.07

    Center for Global Communications,International Univ. of Japan Assistant Professor, Senior Research Fellow

  • 1993.07
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    1995.06

    Center for Instructional Development and Research, Univ. of Washington Staff Consultant

Professional Memberships

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    National Communication Association

 

Research Areas

  • Business administration

Research Interests

  • communication, negotiation, presentation, corporate governance

Papers

  • Cultural Differences Between Japan and the United States in Uses of "Apology" and "Thank You" in Favor Asking Messages

    Hye Eun Lee, Hee Sun Park, Tatsuya Imai, Daniel Dolan

    JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY   31 ( 3 ) 263 - 289  2012.09

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    Three studies investigated whether apologies and thanks are used differently when asking favors in the United States and Japan and examined whether their use makes a favor asking message less face-threatening. In Study 1, participants (N = 152) composed an email message for a favor asking situation. Next, participants in Study 2 (N = 634) and Study 3 (N = 417) completed one of four versions of a questionnaire regarding a prototype of an email message. Results showed that (a) more Japanese included apologies in their messages while more Americans used thanks and (b) Japanese considered apologies to reduce some face threats while Americans did not consider thanks to reduce face threats. Implications and future research directions are discussed.

    DOI

    Scopus

    15
    Citation
    (Scopus)
  • "Plagiarism Avoidance Education and Policy Recommendations for Graduate Schools of Accounting in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    The Keizai Gaku, Annual Report of the Economic Society, Tohoku University   70 ( 3 ) 143 - 162  2009.10

  • "On Tense Usage in Academic Writing in Economics"

    Akita, Jiro, Dolan, Daniel

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Writing Centers for Improving English Academic Writing Skills of Japanese Economics Students: Advantages and Challenges"

    Dolan, Daniel, Akita, Jiro

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Cultural Noise: Amplified Sound, Freedom of Expression and Privacy Rights in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    International Journal of Communication   2   662 - 690  2008.07

  • "The Big Bumpy Shift: Digital Music via Mobile Internet"

    Dolan, Daniel

    First Monday   5 ( 12 )  2000.12

  • "How DBS Bombed in Japan" (article for trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Sky Report   7 ( 4 )  2000.04

  • "TV Meets the Internet: A Match Made in Heaven--But How and When?" (article in trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Journal   36 ( 7 ) 32 - 39  1999.07

  • "Beyond the Hype: Likely Y2K Impacts on U.S. Electricity Service"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Year 2000.com (website discontinued)    1999.07

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Journal of Political Ecology   6 ( 9 )  1999

  • "Conditional Respect and Criminal Identity: The Use of Personal Address Terms in Japanese Mass Media"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Western Journal of Communication   62 ( 4 ) 459 - 473  1998.12

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Journal of Political Ecology   5 ( 2 )  1998

  • "The Prospects for Electronically-Mediated Community" (chapter in book edited by Shumpei Kumon)

    Dolan, Daniel

    "The Age of Netizens"    1996.09

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Books and Other Publications

  • “Fun Business English for Accounting Professionals”. In English with Japanese explanations. 135 pages.

    Daniel Dolan &amp, Takashi Hashimoto

    Dobunkan Publishing  2014.10 ISBN: 9784495199715

  • "Power Presentation: Great Presentations for Busy Professionals in 5 Days"

    Daniel Dolan

    Daniel Dolan (Ebook)  2014.04

  • "Practical Business English in Sixty-eight Scenes"

    Daniel Dolan, Takashi Shimizu

    Toyo Keizai Publishing (東洋経済新報社)  2013.08 ISBN: 4492602194

  • "Accounting English: Communication for Professional Accountants". (in English with Japanese summaries). 260 pages. Revision of 2006 book of the same title.

    Daniel Dolan, Takashi Hashimoto

    Dobunkan Publishing  2010.01 ISBN: 9784495186227

  • "English for Finance Professionals: English Vocabulary for Finance and Accounting Professionals Explained". (in English with Japanese explanations). 424 pages.

    Taisei Hayashi, Daniel Dolan

    Nikkei Business Publishing  2008.04 ISBN: 9784822246624

  • "Accounting English: Communication for Professional Accountants". (in English with Japanese summaries). 198 pages.

    Daniel Dolan, Takashi Hashimoto

    Dobunkan  2006.06 ISBN: 9784495186210

  • "Accounting English for Professionals". (in English with Japanese explanations). 284 pages.

    Taisei Hayashi, Daniel Dolan

    Nikkei Business Publishing  2004.05 ISBN: 9784822243500

  • "Financial English for Professionals". (in English with Japanese explanations). 272 pages.

    Daniel Dolan, Taisei Hayashi

    Nikkei Business Publishing  2003.11 ISBN: 9784822243494

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Misc

  • Cultural Differences Between Japan and the United States in Uses of "Apology" and "Thank You" in Favor Asking Messages

    Hye Eun Lee, Hee Sun Park, Tatsuya Imai, Daniel Dolan

    JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY   31 ( 3 ) 263 - 289  2012.09  [Refereed]

     View Summary

    Three studies investigated whether apologies and thanks are used differently when asking favors in the United States and Japan and examined whether their use makes a favor asking message less face-threatening. In Study 1, participants (N = 152) composed an email message for a favor asking situation. Next, participants in Study 2 (N = 634) and Study 3 (N = 417) completed one of four versions of a questionnaire regarding a prototype of an email message. Results showed that (a) more Japanese included apologies in their messages while more Americans used thanks and (b) Japanese considered apologies to reduce some face threats while Americans did not consider thanks to reduce face threats. Implications and future research directions are discussed.

    DOI

  • Cultural Differences Between Japan and the United States in Uses of "Apology" and "Thank You" in Favor Asking Messages

    Hye Eun Lee, Hee Sun Park, Tatsuya Imai, Daniel Dolan

    JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY   31 ( 3 ) 263 - 289  2012.09

     View Summary

    Three studies investigated whether apologies and thanks are used differently when asking favors in the United States and Japan and examined whether their use makes a favor asking message less face-threatening. In Study 1, participants (N = 152) composed an email message for a favor asking situation. Next, participants in Study 2 (N = 634) and Study 3 (N = 417) completed one of four versions of a questionnaire regarding a prototype of an email message. Results showed that (a) more Japanese included apologies in their messages while more Americans used thanks and (b) Japanese considered apologies to reduce some face threats while Americans did not consider thanks to reduce face threats. Implications and future research directions are discussed.

    DOI

  • "Plagiarism Avoidance Education and Policy Recommendations for Graduate Schools of Accounting in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    The Keizai Gaku, Annual Report of the Economic Society, Tohoku University   70 ( 3 ) 143 - 162  2009.10

  • "Plagiarism Avoidance Education and Policy Recommendations for Graduate Schools of Accounting in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    The Keizai Gaku, Annual Report of the Economic Society, Tohoku University   70 ( 3 ) 143 - 162  2009.10

  • "Plagiarism Avoidance Education and Policy Recommendations for Graduate Schools of Accounting in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    The Keizai Gaku, Annual Report of the Economic Society, Tohoku University   70 ( 3 ) 143 - 162  2009.10

  • "Plagiarism Avoidance Education and Policy Recommendations for Graduate Schools of Accounting in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    The Keizai Gaku, Annual Report of the Economic Society, Tohoku University   70 ( 3 ) 143 - 162  2009.10

  • "On Tense Usage in Academic Writing in Economics"

    Akita, Jiro, Dolan, Daniel

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Writing Centers for Improving English Academic Writing Skills of Japanese Economics Students: Advantages and Challenges"

    Dolan, Daniel, Akita, Jiro

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Writing Centers for Improving English Academic Writing Skills of Japanese Economics Students: Advantages and Challenges"

    Dolan, Daniel, Akita, Jiro

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Writing Centers for Improving English Academic Writing Skills of Japanese Economics Students: Advantages and Challenges"

    Dolan, Daniel, Akita, Jiro

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "On Tense Usage in Academic Writing in Economics"

    Akita, Jiro, Dolan, Daniel

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Writing Centers for Improving English Academic Writing Skills of Japanese Economics Students: Advantages and Challenges"

    Dolan, Daniel, Akita, Jiro

    Tohoku Economics Research Group, Graduate School of Economics and Management, Tohoku University    2009.03

  • "Cultural Noise: Amplified Sound, Freedom of Expression and Privacy Rights in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    International Journal of Communication   2   662 - 690  2008.07

  • "Cultural Noise: Amplified Sound, Freedom of Expression and Privacy Rights in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    International Journal of Communication   2   662 - 690  2008.07

  • "Cultural Noise: Amplified Sound, Freedom of Expression and Privacy Rights in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    International Journal of Communication   2   662 - 690  2008.07

  • "Cultural Noise: Amplified Sound, Freedom of Expression and Privacy Rights in Japan"

    Dolan, Daniel

    International Journal of Communication   2   662 - 690  2008.07

  • "The Big Bumpy Shift: Digital Music via Mobile Internet"

    Dolan, Daniel

    First Monday   5 ( 12 )  2000.12

  • "The Big Bumpy Shift: Digital Music via Mobile Internet"

    Dolan, Daniel

    First Monday   5 ( 12 )  2000.12  [Refereed]

  • "How DBS Bombed in Japan" (article for trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Sky Report   7 ( 4 )  2000.04

  • "How DBS Bombed in Japan" (article for trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Sky Report   7 ( 4 )  2000.04  [Refereed]

  • "How DBS Bombed in Japan" (article for trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Sky Report   7 ( 4 )  2000.04

  • "How DBS Bombed in Japan" (article for trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Sky Report   7 ( 4 )  2000.04

  • "The Big Bumpy Shift: Digital Music via Mobile Internet"

    Dolan, Daniel

    First Monday   5 ( 12 )  2000

  • "The Big Bumpy Shift: Digital Music via Mobile Internet"

    Daniel Dolan

    First Monday   5 ( 12 )  2000

  • "TV Meets the Internet: A Match Made in Heaven--But How and When?" (article in trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Journal   36 ( 7 ) 32 - 39  1999.07

  • "Beyond the Hype: Likely Y2K Impacts on U.S. Electricity Service"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Year 2000.com (website discontinued)    1999.07

  • "TV Meets the Internet: A Match Made in Heaven--But How and When?" (article in trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Journal   36 ( 7 ) 32 - 39  1999.07

  • "Beyond the Hype: Likely Y2K Impacts on U.S. Electricity Service"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Year 2000.com (website discontinued)    1999.07

  • "Beyond the Hype: Likely Y2K Impacts on U.S. Electricity Service"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Year 2000.com (website discontinued)    1999.07  [Refereed]

  • "TV Meets the Internet: A Match Made in Heaven--But How and When?" (article in trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Journal   36 ( 7 ) 32 - 39  1999.07

  • "Beyond the Hype: Likely Y2K Impacts on U.S. Electricity Service"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Year 2000.com (website discontinued)    1999.07

  • "TV Meets the Internet: A Match Made in Heaven--But How and When?" (article in trade journal)

    Dolan, Daniel

    American Chamber of Commerce in Japan Journal   36 ( 7 ) 32 - 39  1999.07

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Journal of Political Ecology   6 ( 9 )  1999

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Journal of Political Ecology   6 ( 9 )  1999

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Daniel Dolan

    Journal of Political Ecology   6 ( 9 )  1999

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Daniel Dolan

    Journal of Political Ecology   6 ( 9 )  1999

  • "Conditional Respect and Criminal Identity: The Use of Personal Address Terms in Japanese Mass Media"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Western Journal of Communication   62 ( 4 ) 459 - 473  1998.12  [Refereed]

  • "Conditional Respect and Criminal Identity: The Use of Personal Address Terms in Japanese Mass Media"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Western Journal of Communication   62 ( 4 ) 459 - 473  1998.12

  • Conditional respect and criminal identity: The use of personal address terms in japanese mass media

    Daniel Dolan

    Western Journal of Communication   62 ( 4 ) 459 - 473  1998.12

     View Summary

    Studies of language in mass media reports of crime stories until now have been dominated by perspectives of researchers in the United States and Europe, and none have focused on the strategic employment of personal references. In this essay I examine the use of personal address terms by Japan's mass media in two case studies of reports of sensational crimes. I argue that in Japan the concept of conditional respect provides insight into mass media-generated language and social identity processes grounded in observable social practice. © 2002 Taylor &amp
    Francis Group, LLC.

    DOI

  • "Conditional Respect and Criminal Identity: The Use of Personal Address Terms in Japanese Mass Media"

    Dolan, Daniel

    Western Journal of Communication   62 ( 4 ) 459 - 473  1998.12

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Journal of Political Ecology   5 ( 2 )  1998

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Dolan, Daniel

    Journal of Political Ecology   5 ( 2 )  1998

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Daniel Dolan

    Journal of Political Ecology   5 ( 2 )  1998

  • "Business, Commerce, and Social Responsibility" (book review)

    Daniel Dolan

    Journal of Political Ecology   5 ( 2 )  1998

  • "The Prospects for Electronically-Mediated Community" (chapter in book edited by Shumpei Kumon)

    Dolan, Daniel

    "The Age of Netizens"    1996.09

  • "The Prospects for Electronically-Mediated Community" (chapter in book edited by Shumpei Kumon)

    Dolan, Daniel

    "The Age of Netizens"    1996.09

  • "The Prospects for Electronically-Mediated Community" (chapter in book edited by Shumpei Kumon)

    Dolan, Daniel

    "The Age of Netizens"    1996.09  [Refereed]

  • "The Prospects for Electronically-Mediated Community" (chapter in book edited by Shumpei Kumon)

    Dolan, Daniel

    "The Age of Netizens"    1996.09

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Awards

  • Tamaki Foundation Fellowship for language and culture research in Japan, 1988; Pew Teaching Leadership Award, 1993.

    1988.06  

Research Projects

  • 「経済英語」教育ないし英語経済学論文執筆促進教育の為の基礎研究

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    【平成21年度の実績】平成20年度の調査検討を踏まえて、所謂Writing Center組織を通じての教育に焦点を絞り、微視的な要素と巨視的な構造の検討を進め、日本国内での経済学分野のWriting Centerを創始するについての提言を取り纏め、併せてそこで用いられるべき教程の基礎研究を継続し成果を取り纏めた。※「微視的な要素」関連部分について「微視的な要素(冠詞・数詞、時制等の文法要因、語彙、接続語等の用法の要因その他)」につき、前年度の時制用法についての調査研究に引き続き「経済英語」の典型的文例を経済学の文献・論文に取材して実際に調査し、特に、Writing Center組織を通じての実践的教育の現場において問題となる頻度が高い定冠詞の用法について、典型的分野である貿易理論・国際経済学の分野について調査し、教材作成の基礎作業を行い、成果をディスカッションペーパー「経済英語論文における定冠詞の用法について」に取り纏めた。※Writing Center組織関連部分について所謂Writing Center組織での教育実践について米国(ワシントン大学Odegaard Writing & Research Center ; CLUE Writing Center)、日本(早稲田大学ライティングセンター)における実態をさらに調査し、経済学の分野で、しかも日本でWriting Centerを実現する際の意義とチャレンジについての考察と提言とをディスカッションペーパー"Writing Centers for Writing Economics in Japan : Valur and Challenges"に取り纏めた

Specific Research

  • Investigate latest corporate governance models to see if Japanese listed companies can use some of those ideas to improve corporate governance.

    2013  

     View Summary

    I investigated the latest corporate governance theories and practical models through personal interviews with corporate governance experts at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and Stanford University Center for Leadership Development and Research. The purpose of this research was to attempt to develop corporate governance guidelines that might fit the needs of listed companies in Japan. My investigation included a one-week period of interviews with corporate governance experts and detailed comparisons of corporate governance models from other countries. As a result of my investigation I have discovered some significant possibilities for increasing global confidence in corporate governance in Japan. I plan to publish the outcome of my research as a paper of high quality that will be submitted to a peer-reviewed academic journal in the future.

Overseas Activities

  • An Improved Corporate Governance System for Japan

    2015.04
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    2016.03

    France   ESSEC Business School

 

Syllabus

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Committee Memberships

  • 2012
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    2013

    : Vice-Chairman, Board of Directors, Yokohama International School.

  • 2010
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    2012

    : Board of Directors, Yokohama International School.

  • 1993
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    National Communication Association  Member

  • 1993
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    National Communication Association  Member

Social Activities

  • Japan Times

    2006.04
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  • Sanyo Newspaper (in Japanese)

    2003.03
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  • CNN Asia Business Morning and CNN Biz Asia

    1999.06
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