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Kobayashi Emiko

コバヤシ エミコ | Kobayashi Emiko
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Research field  (2): Social psychology ,  Sociology
Research keywords  (7): Gender-deviance relationships across cultures ,  Rational decision-making model ,  Comparisons between Japan and the United States ,  Control theory ,  Hofstede's dimensions of cultural variability ,  Cross-cultural applicability of criminological theories ,  Intercultural communication
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (7):
  • 2021 - 2025 逸脱理論の異文化適用可能性:ジェンダーギャップの日米比較
  • 2017 - 2021 逸脱理論の適応性:日本人高校生のジェンダーギャップと一般化可能性
  • 2014 - 2017 The Effectiveness of Sociological Theories of Deviance in Explaining Bullying in Japan
  • 2010 - 2012 Socially Imposed Punishments and Rewards as Determinants of Drinking and Smoking among College Students: Integrating Differential Reinforcement into the Extended Deterrence Model
  • 2004 - 2006 犯罪社会学4大理論が日米大学生の社会ルール違反行為に及ぼす影響
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Papers (27):
  • Emiko Kobayashi, David P. Farrington. Why Is Student Deviance Lower in Japan Than in the United States?: Influences of Individual, Parental, Peer, Social, and Environmental Factors. International Criminal Justice Review. 2020. 30. 4. 365-385
  • Emiko Kobayashi, David Farrington. Why Do Japanese Bully More than Americans? Influence of External Locus of Control and Student Attitudes Toward Bullying. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice. 2020. 20. 1. 5-19
  • Emiko Kobayashi, David P. Farrington. Differences in levels of deviance between Japanese and American students: the influence of peer deviance. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice. 2019. 43. 4. 309-324
  • Emiko Kobayashi, David P. Farrington. Influence of Peer Reactions and Student Attitudes on Student Deviance: Differences Between Japan and the United States. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 2019. 63. 10. 1876-1895
  • Emiko Kobayashi, David P. Farrington, Molly Buchanan. Peer Reactions, Peer Behavior, Student Attitudes, and Student Deviance: a Comparison of College Students in Japan and the USA. Asian Journal of Criminology. 2019. 14. 1. 3-22
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Lectures and oral presentations  (31):
  • Student Bullying and Social Bonds: A Comparison of Japan and the United States
    (2020)
  • Student Bullying and Strain: A Comparison of Japan and the United States
    (2019)
  • The Cross-Cultural Generalizability of General Strain Theory: Evidence from College Students in the United States and Japan
    (2018)
  • The Test of Social Learning Theory in Japan
    (2018)
  • Gender and Bullying in Japan: An Applicability of General Strain Theory
    (2017)
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Education (2):
  • 1993 - 1997 Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
  • 1991 - 1992 M.A. University of Oklahoma
Professional career (2):
  • Ph.D. (University of Oklahoma(USA))
  • M.A. (University of Oklahoma)
Work history (9):
  • 2016/04 - 現在 Kanazawa University
  • 2019/08 - 2019/09 University of Cambridge, UK, Institute of Criminology, Visiting Scholar
  • 2018/04 - 2018/08 University of Cambridge, UK, Institute of Criminology, Visiting Scholar
  • 2014/04 - 2016/03 Kanazawa University Foreign Language Institute
  • 2005/10 - 2014/03 Kanazawa University Foreign Language Institute
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Awards (2):
  • 2020/11 - 2019 Best Paper Award, Asian Criminological Society (for "Peer Reactions, Peer Behavior, Student Attitudes, and Student Deviance: A Comparison of College Students in Japan and the USA." Asian Journal of Criminology 14: 3-22.
  • 1998 - One of the Top 3 Papers, the Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, New York (for "A Cross-Cultural Study of Noncompliant Behaviors in Japanese and American Hospitals: Noncompliance as a Response to Perceived Threats of Shame, Embarrassment, and Management Sanctions.")
Association Membership(s) (3):
日本教育社会学会 ,  American Society of Criminology ,  International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology
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