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Ishikawa Yoshitaka

イシカワ ヨシタカ | Ishikawa Yoshitaka
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor,Professor
Research field  (1): Geography
Research keywords  (5): residential differentiation ,  migration ,  foreigner ,  ethnic group ,  population
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • Study on simultaneity of migration turnaround
Papers (5):
MISC (3):
  • Yoshitaka Ishikawa. Mapping foreign residents in Japan: its importance and an introduction of maps. presented at the session organized by IGU Commission on Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility) in IGC Cologne at University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany, on August 26-30, 2012. 2012
  • Ishikawa,Y. Displaced human mobility in Japan due to the earthquake/tsunami and the nuclear plant crisis. presented at the Rome Meeting organized by IGU Commission on Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility), Rome Sapienza University, Rome, Italy. 2011
  • Ishikawa, Y. Impact of economic crisis on human mobility in Japan. the Haifa Meeting organized by IGU Commission on Global Change and Human Mobility (Globility),University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel. 2010
Books (4):
  • International Migrants in Japan: Contributions in an Era of Population Decline
    Kyoto University press 2015
  • Traditional Wisdom and Modern Knowledge for the Earth's Future
    Springer 2014
  • Recent in-migration to peripheral regions of Japan in the context of incipient national population decline
    Brill 2011
  • Feminization of immigration in Japan: Marital and job opportunities
    Amsterdam University Press 2010
Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • Does destination choice by Japan's foreign residents help to alleviate regional disparity?
    (Human Geography Seminar 2014)
  • Significance of mapping foreign residents in Japan
    (International Geograophical Union Kyoto Regional Conference 2013)
  • Importance of mapping foreign residents in Japan
    (Workshop on the Community-based GIS 2012)
  • Mapping foreign residents in Japan
    (International Geographical Union Santiago Regional Conference 2011)
  • Displaced human mobility in Japan due to teh earthquake/tsunami and the nuclear plant crisis
    (Rome meeting, IGU Commission on Global Change and Human Mobility 2011)
Education (3):
  • - 1977 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1975 Kyoto University Faculty of Letters
  • - 1975 Kyoto University Faculty of Literature
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Literature
  • Doctor of Literature
Committee career (4):
  • 2000 - 2002 International Journal of Population Geography International Advisory Board Member
  • International Geographical Union Study Group "Global Change and Human Mobility" Secretary-general
  • Association of Japanese Geographers editorial member
  • Human Geographical Society of Japan Secretary
Association Membership(s) (8):
International Journal of Population Geography ,  Geographic Information Systems Association ,  The Japan Association of Economic Geographers ,  International Geographical Union Study Group "Global Change and Human Mobility" ,  Association of American Geographers ,  Applied Regional Science Conference ,  Association of Japanese Geographers ,  Human Geographical Society of Japan
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