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Michiko Nishino

Faculty
Department of Sociology
21th Century Human Interaction Research Center
Course of Sociology
PositionProfessor
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •  - 1993 , Waseda University, Graduate School, Division of Letters
  •  - 1987 , Waseda University, Faculty of Literature

Degree

  • (BLANK), Waseda University

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   1992  - 2001 , Seikei University, Lecturer(part-time)
  •   1993  - 1997 , Waseda University, Research Assistant
  •   1995  - 1998 , University of Air, Lecturer(part-time)
  •   1997  - 2001 , Waseda University, Lecturer(part-time)
  •   1998  - 2001 , Musashi University, Lecturer(part-time)
  •   2001  - 2004 , Toyo University, Lecturer
  •   2004 , - Toyo University, Associate Professor

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Sociology, Sociology

Research Interests

    Sociology

Published Papers

  • Gender Role Ideology in Japan, Korea,and China, NISHINO Michiko, Changing Families in Northeast Asia: Comparative Analysis of China, Korea, and Japan, 199 - 214
  • Establishment of the NFRJ, Part 2::The Family Panel Survey as a New Project, NISHINO Michiko, Kazoku syakaigaku kenkyu, 家族社会学研究, 21, (1) 114 - 117, 04
  • On What Conditions Are Elder Siblings Recognized as Family Members and Under What Condition Is the Consciousness Sustained, NISHINO Michiko, Japanese journal of family sociology, 家族社会学研究, 13, (1) 61 - 71, Refereed
  • Special Issue on Encountering and Leaving on the Life Course. Life-course Progression after Formal Education., 西野理子, ヒューマンサイエンス, 6, (2) 8 - 21, 02

Misc

  • Adaptation to the Work Place, Journal of Human Sciences, 15, (2) 36 - 46
  • On what counditions are elder siblings recognized as family members and under what conelitions is the conscionsness sustained, Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 13-1, 61-71,   2001
  • Do married children accept their parents as family members?, The Bulletin of Facnlty of Sociology Toyo University, 39-3, 91-104,   2002
  • Role Transition from Undergraduates to Occupation : An Examination of Four Hypotheses with Individual Data, Journal of Human Sciences, 13, (1) 53 - 61,   2000
  • Who are Thought as Family Members : An Exploratory Analysis, ANNALS OF FAMILY STUDIES, 25,   2000
  • The Japanese National Family Research(NFR98) and the date archives, Japanese Journal of Family Sociology, 13-1, 35-45,   2001
  • Work Career After Job Cuts : The effects of prolonged work experience in coal industry, THE ANNUALS OF SOCIOLOGY, 42,   2001

Books etc

  • Changing Life-course
    Corona Publishing Co. Ltd.  2001
  • Commencement, and Beyond
    Advanced Research Center for Human Sciences, Waseda University.  1997
  • J. M. White ; Dynamics of Family Development
      1996

Works

  • National Family Research of Japan
  • Social Change and Human Development

Research Grants & Projects

  • The life-course of male nursery school workers: the men who got over the gender-based barrier, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C)), Michiko NISHINO, This study focuses on male nursery school workers, who are in the overwhelming minority. Through a questionnaire, research and interviews their careers were investigated and gender-based aspects such as the process of shaping one's life and turning points were researched.The first year of this study was devoted to preparation. In the second year those who work in public nursery schools in the 23 wards of Tokyo were interviewed and in the third year we researched those who work in private nursery schools in those same 23 wards. The data base connecting the two includes information on 280 peo...
  • Panel Study on Families in Japan
  • Study on Life-course Dynamics and Family Development
  • Study on Transition to Adulthood