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Abe David Kiyoshi

Abe David Kiyoshi
Research field  (1): Applied anthropology
Research keywords  (6): Accounting ,  Applied Linguistics ,  Asian American cultural history ,  Transnationalism ,  ethnographic research ,  Anthropology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2020 - 2023 Transnational immobile labor migrants confined on longline tuna fishing boats based out of Honolulu.
  • 2015 - 2018 The Memories of the Japanese Nisei in the Kona Coffee Belt: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and National Identities Eternally Hidden
  • 2014 - 2016 The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and Hidden National Identities
Papers (3):
  • Su, J, Abe, D. Peer-reviewing. The effects of Symbolic Ethnic Identity on the Mosuo Community in Yunnan, China. Anthropology and Humanism. 2019
  • Abe, D, Imamura, M. The Destruction of a Religion and its Lingering Effects: Japanese Shintoism in Hawaii and the West Coast after the Attack on Pearl Harbor. Asian Anthropology. 2019. 18. 4
  • David Kiyoshi Abe. Fourth and Fifth Generation Japanese Americans: The Importance of Ethnicity and Religion in Their Identity. Nagoya Association for Multicultural Studies. 2011. 8. 8. 83-119
Books (1):
  • Rural Isolation and the Dual Cultural Existence of the Japanese American Kona Coffee Community
    Palgrave Macmillan 2017
Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • Global Science Campus Workshop
    (Kanazawa University 2017)
  • The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: Shinto Shrines Left Destroyed and Hidden National Identities
    (International Symposium on Culture, Arts, and Literature, National Chengchi University (Taiwan) 2015)
  • The Japanese Nisei of the Kona Coffee Farmers: National Identities
    (Global Governance and the development of democracy 2015)
  • Japanese Buddhist Temple in Early Issei: A Case Study in the Kona Coffee Belt Japanese Community
    (the Asian Conference on Asian Studies 2014)
  • American Domestic Policy: LGBT and Same Sex Marriage
    (Fukui High School 2014)
Education (3):
  • - 2013 Nagoya University Graduate School of International Development, Ph.D
  • - 2004 University of Southern Queensland Applied Linguistics, Master of Education
  • - 1989 University of Portland Bachelor of Business Administration
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