Jordan Bledsoe

Lecturer of Japanese
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Jordan Bledsoe is a lecturer in Japanese. He enjoys teaching Japanese language and culture and has been doing so since 2009. He has been a part of the Japanese program at UNC Charlotte since 2012 and takes pride in being part of a program that has grown significantly. He loves his family and believes maintaining balance and finding joy each day is of utmost value. 


M.A., Language Acquisition and Teaching, Japanese Emphasis, Brigham Young University, 2011.

Thesis: Tolerance of Ambiguity and Inductive vs. Deductive Preference Across Language Proficiency Levels at BYU: A Correlational Study. 

B.A., Japanese, Brigham Young University, 2009.


2014 – Present: Lecturer, UNC Charlotte.
2012 – 2014: Visiting Lecturer, UNC Charlotte.
2011 – 2012: Lecturer, University of Iowa.
2009 – 2011: Graduate Assistant Teacher, BYU. 

Specific Research Interests

Tolerance of Ambiguity
Counterfactual and Hypothetical Clauses
Censorship in Post WW2 Japan



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