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Nishino Yoshimi

ニシノ ヨシミ | Nishino Yoshimi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assistant Professor
Research field  (1): Sociology
Research keywords  (1): Urban Sociology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (6):
  • 2019 - 2022 Housing Reconstruction and Community Transformation after the Great East Japan Earthquake: A Ten-year Longitudinal Study of a Neighborhood
  • 2016 - 2019 Sociological Longitudinal Study of Households in an Area Struck by the Earthquake: Diversity of Reconstruction and Transformation of the Local Community
  • 2013 - 2016 The formation and modification of the lifecourse perspectives in social/ regional mobility process
  • 2013 - 2016 Longitudinal Research on Regional Migration and Transformation as a Result of Accumulated Decisions of Reconstruction by Earthquake Victims
  • 2010 - 2012 The Life Course Perspectives and Regional Mobility : How People from Fukui City Chose their Education, Career and Residential Location
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Papers (13):
  • Saori Kawazoe, Yoshimi Nishino, Ryosuke Takaki. Recognition of Mental Damage from “Loss of Homeland” among Nuclear Evacuees: Secondary Analysis of Survey on Mental Damage of Evacuees from Namie Town. The Bulletin of the Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University. 2020. 57. 2. 59-73
  • Yoshimi NISHINO. Understanding the Relationship between Internal Migration and Social Mobility: Changes among Fukui-city High School Graduates. The Annals of Japan Association for Urban Sociology. 2019. 37. 62-79
  • Yoshimi Nishino. Where Did Fukui-City High School Graduates Move to by Age 35? : Generational Difference of Residential Mobility. 2019. 52. 281-290
  • Yoshimi Nishino, Yoshihiro Ishikura, Taro Hirai, Noriko Akita, Shoko Araki, Akiko Nagai. Decisions on Housing Reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake: An Ongoing Longitudinal Study and a Questionnaire Survey of Kamaishi-city Households. 2018. 51. 221-230
  • Yoshimi Nishino, Yoshihiro Ishikura, Taro Hirai, Noriko Akita. Towards Housing Reconstruction after the Great East Japan Earthquake: Through a Longitudinal Study of Kamaishi-city Households. 2017. 50. 221-230
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MISC (7):
  • Care Needs and Urban Spatiality: Relations between Second-generation Tokyoites and their Parents. The Annual Review of Sociology (in Japanese). 2004. Vol17, pp96-107
  • Differences among the Subjects and the Effects to the Landscapes. Kanto Toshi Gakkai Nenpo(in Japanese). 2003. vol5, pp7-14
  • Extracting Qualities of Ties through ‘the Local’. Kanto Toshi Gakkai Nenpo(in Japanese). 2002. vol4
  • Spatially Dispersed Lifestyle and Imaginations of the City: An Examination through Three Cases of Family Nursing Care. Sociologos(in Japanese). 2002. vol26, pp72-86
  • To See the 'City' and To Feel the 'City'. Komaba Studies of Social Sciences (in Japanese). 2001. vol10
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Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • Generational Difference of Residential Mobility among Fukui-city High School Female Graduates
    (2019)
Education (2):
  • 1994 - 1998 The University of Tokyo College of Arts and Sciences
  • - 1998 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Liberal Arts
Professional career (1):
  • Master (The University of Tokyo)
Work history (5):
  • 2013/04 - 現在 Toyo University
  • 2010/04 - 2013/03 Toyo University
  • 2008/04 - 2010/03 Tokyo Metropolitan University
  • 2007 - 2008 Japan Women's University
  • 2004 - 2007 Japan Women's University
Committee career (3):
  • 2019/09 - 現在 Japan Association for Urban Sociology Planning Committee
  • 2013 - 現在 JAPAN SOCIETY FOR URBANOLOGY Board of Directors
  • 2007 - 現在 KANTO SOCIETY FOR URBANOLOGY Board of Directors
Association Membership(s) (6):
JAPAN ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL AND COMMUNITY STUDIES ,  JAPAN SOCIETY FOR URBANOLOGY ,  THE KANTOH SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY ,  Japan Association for Urban Sociology ,  KANTO SOCIETY FOR URBANOLOGY ,  THE JAPAN SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY
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