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Takemae Eiji

タケマエ エイジ | Takemae Eiji
Research field  (3): Politics ,  Social law ,  History - Japan
Research keywords  (3): Japanese History ,  Social Law ,  Political Science
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2000 - 2003 Human Rights of the Disabled
  • 1964 - Occupation of Japan
MISC (7):
  • Discussion Meeting ; Review on Accumulation of Occupation Period Studies. Intelligence (20th century media). 2003. 3. 4-20
  • The Introduction of Medical Education Reform During the Occupation Period. The Journal of Humanities and Natural Sciences. 2003. 116. 37-51
  • Human Rights of Guide Dog Users : Access and Quarantine. THE JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES. 2001. 14. 22
  • The Activities of the 78th M.G. Co., the 97th Inf. Div., Stationed in Nagano, Japan. TOKYO KEIZAI LAW REVIEW. 2000. 創刊. 50
  • Witness to the Postwar Japanese Seamen History -Korean War and Mr. M. Kitamura-. The Journal of Humanities and Natural Sciences. 1998. 105
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Books (17):
  • Allied Occupation of Japan
    Continuum 2003
  • Inside GHQ
    COntinuum 2002
  • Comparative Study of Policy for the Disability People
    Akashi Shoten 2002
  • Guide Dog Nemophila
    AsunaroShobo 2002
  • Occupation in Postwar History
    Iwanami Syoten 2002
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Education (3):
  • - 1968 Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School of Social Sciences
  • - 1968 Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences Political Science
  • - 1955 Tokyo University of Education Faculty of Literature Social Science(Law and Political Science)
Professional career (1):
  • Ph. D in SPolitical Science (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Work history (6):
  • 1974 - 2003 Tokyo Keizai University
  • 1974 - 2003 Professor, Tokyo Keizai Univ.
  • 1968 - 2000 Chuo University
  • 1968 - 2000 Chūō Univ., Lecturer
  • 1972 - 1973 The University of Tokyo
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