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YONAMINE Tsukasa

ヨナミネ ツカサ | YONAMINE Tsukasa
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): Sociology
Research keywords  (4): Social Work ,  Case Management ,  Intellectual Disability ,  Social Constructionism
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2001 - Study on case management(care management)for people with intellectual disabilities.
  • 2004 - Study on social construction of mental retardation
MISC (4):
  • Social Welfare Education in Japan. Feedback(Division of Social Work, Eberly college, West Virginia University). 2004
  • The Relation between Mental Retardation and Social Work in the U.S.: An Examination on the Historical Change in the Relation and Roles of Social workers. Journal of Kansai University of Social Welfare. 2004. 202-226
  • Issues on Single-System Design in Social Work Practice Evaluation. Journal of Kansai University of Social Welfare. 2003. 6. 137-157
  • Developmental Disabilities Case Management Services in the State of West Virginia. Journal of Kansai University of Social Welfare. 2002. No. 4, pp. 51-99
Lectures and oral presentations  (10):
  • 在宅地方高齢者が在宅ケア続行困難となる背後因子について
    (日本痴呆ケア学会(第2回大会) 2001)
  • 介護保険実施前後での在宅痴呆高齢者の介護状況の比較検討
    (日本痴呆ケア学会(第3回大会) 2002)
  • 痴呆性高齢者が在宅生活を継続できなくなる要因
    (日本痴呆ケア学会(第4回大会) 2003)
  • The Relationship of Care Management and Social Work in Japan
    (the 8th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics(中国・北京市) 2007)
  • The Related factors with the Care Managers' Decision-Making Concerning Possible Continuity of Home Care for the Elderly of Japan
    (the 8th Asia/Oceania Regional Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics(中国・北京市) 2007)
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Education (2):
  • - 1998 Osaka Prefectural University Social Welfare Social Welfare
  • - 2001 West Virginia University Social Work Social Work
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK) (West Virginia University)
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