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カナヤマ トモコ | KANAYAMA Tomoko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor (non-tenured)
Research keywords  (4): media creation ,  media communication ,  civic media ,  community media
Papers (10):
  • KANAYAMA Tomoko. Tourism Promotion of Local Railway from the Viewpoint of Co-Creative Design. Journal of Japan Association of Regional Development and Vitalization. 2019. 11. 81-90
  • KANAYAMA Tomoko. "Utajima Festival" : Media Event and Island's identity. The Journal of Island Studies. 2019. 20. 2. 29-47
  • KANAYAMA Tomoko. Ritual Communication through Community Radio: A Case Study of FM Uken in the Amami Island. The Journal of Island Studies. 2018. 19. 2. 47-56
  • KANAYAMA Tomoko. Community Radion and Tohoku Earthquake. International Journal of Japanese Sociology. 2012. 21. 1. 30-36
  • KANAYAMA Tomoko. Community Ties and Revitalization: The Role of Community Radio in Japan. Keio Communication Review. 2007. 27. 5-24
Books (1):
  • Global Entertainment Media:Content, Audiences, Issues
    Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 2005
Lectures and oral presentations  (57):
  • The Pilot Study of the Uses of Electronic Mail by the Elderly
    (The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2000)
  • Exploratory Research on Diffusion of the Internet among the Elderly in Japan
    (Global Fusion 2001)
  • Research on Online Media Business: A Case Study of Online Sports Media Institutions
    (The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) 2001)
  • Ethnographic Research on Virtual Senior Community
    (The 51th International Communication Association (ICA) 2001)
  • Leaving up to the Industry: People with Disabilities and the Telecommunications Act of 1996
    (The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2001)
Association Membership(s) (7):
The Japan Association of Regional Development and Vitalization ,  the Japan Society of Information and Communication Research ,  JAPAN NPO RESEARCH ASSOCIATION ,  THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF ISLAND STUDIES ,  THE SOCIETY OF SOCIO-INFORMATICS ,  THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR STUDIES IN JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION ,  International Association for Media and Communication Research
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