Faculty, P-S

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Faculty (106) with the subjects they teach and their research interests are given below:

Name

  1. Teaching field (s)
  2. Current research field (s)
  3. Latest university
  4. A major academic achievement in books or articles

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Richard POWELL

  1. English, Sociolinguistics.
  2. Forensic Linguistics, Legal English, Language Planning.
  3. University of Melbourne, Australia.
  4. Language choice in postcolonial law: lessons from Malaysia’s bilingual system. Springer Press (2016).

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David REAR

  1. English
  2. TESOL, cultural studies, critical thinking
  3. Macquarie University, Australia
  4. “Discursive Struggle and Contested Signifiers in the Arenas of Education Policy and Work Skills in Japan” Critical Policy Studies 7 (4), pp. 375-394, 2013

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Hiroyuki SAITO

  1. History of Economic Thought
  2. Institutional Economics
  3. Nihon University
  4. “Wesley C. Mitchell’s Views on the History of Economic Thought, ” Keizai Shushi, Vol.85, No.2・3, October, 2015

Tetsuya SAITO

  1. Microeconomics / Macroeconomics
  2. Monetary/Macroeconomics; International Economics; Economic Development
  3. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
  4. Essays on Monetary Trade, International Trade, and Slave Trade (Ph.D. Dissertation: State University of New York, Buffalo, NY)

Toshiyuki SAKAMAKI

  1. Japanese Campany Law,Intellected Property Law
  2. Japanese & EU(including UK,German,French,Spanish,Neterlands)Campany Law,Intellected Property Law
  3. The First Doctor(Master) Course of Nihon University, College of Law
  4. 1) “Legal Regulations of Single-member Company” and “Foundation of Company” 25th.March.2005, SEIBUNDOU
    2) “2005 New Japanese Campany Act” 20th. September. 2007, HOURITSUBUNKASYA
    3)” Basic Lecture of Company Law” 20th. November. 2010, HOURITSUBUNKASYA

Toru SAKANO

  1. History of Science
  2. History of Anthropology, Politics of Science
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. Japanese Empire and Anthropologists: 1884-1952, Keiso Shobo, 2005

Takashi SAKUMA

  1. Japanese Economy
  2. Macroeconometric Modelling, Spatial Development
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. The ESRI Short-Run Macroeconometric Model of the Japanese Economy, ESRI Discussion Paper Series No.259 Jan. 2011

Kenji SAKURAI

  1. Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  2. Broadly speaking, my research centers around organizational behaviors. More specifically, I study how organizational environment affect employee productive and counterproductive work behaviors.
  3. Bowling Green State University
  4. Sakurai, K., Jex, S. M. (2012). Coworker incivility and incivility targets’ work effort and counterproductive work behaviors: The moderating role of supervisor social support. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 17(2), 150-161
    Sakurai, K., Schneider, S. S.., Kass, S. J., & Piotrowski, C. (2011). Customer’ views toward the insurance industry response post-hurricane. Organizational Development Journal, 29(4), 33-52

Kazuaki SASAKI

  1. Business administration
  2. Gaming industry(Mainly Casino),On perpetuity of enterprise.
  3. Nihon University graduate school
  4. Kazuaki Sasaki(2011)Social Legitimacy and the Growth of Gaming Industry-Focued on Casino Enterprise-Zeimu keirikyokai co.,Ltd.

Atsushi SATO

  1. Japanese and Japanese Literature
  2. Early Modern Japanese Literature
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. “Fujimori Koan’s Shunuro-shi-sho and Censorship in the Late Edo Period”, Kinsei Bungei,No.103, 2016

Michiru SAWADA

  1. Financial Economics
  2. Banking and Finance
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. ‘Effect of Bank Consolidation Promotion Policy; Evaluating the Bank Law in 1927 Japan’, “Financial History Review” Vol.14-1(With Tetsuji Okazaki)

Jun SHIMIZU

  1. Anthropology
  2. Cultural Anthropology
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. “Kvalan”, Academia Shuppannkai, 1992
    “History and Culture of the Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Which Old Photographs Talk about” Fukyo-sha, 2014

Hiromi SHINKAI

  1. Agricultural Economics
  2. Agricultural Economics
  3. Nihon University
  4. “The Import system of Agricultural Products After the War and a Mechanism of Trade Liberalization under the Agricultural Basic Law: Low Tariff and Import Restriction”, Keizai Shushi Vol.70 No.4, January, 2001

Keita SHINOGAYA

  1. Educational Psychology / Psychology
  2. Learning & Instruction
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. Shinogaya, K. (in press) Preparatory Learning Behaviors for English as a Second Language Learning: The Effects of Teachers’ Teaching Behaviors During Classroom Lessons. In Manalo, E., Uesaka, U., & Chinn, C. (Eds.) Promoting Spontaneous Use of Learning and Reasoning Strategy: Theory, Research, and Practice. Routledge

Yasuo SONE

  1. Chinese economy
  2. Management of economic and social crisis in China
  3. Kita-kyushu University
  4. The Chinese Economy in Jiang Zemin Era: A Challenge toward the Stable Growth, Nihon-Keizai Shinbunsha, 1996

Keiko SUGIMOTO

  1. English Communication, Reading, Writing
  2. A history of the structure from Old English to Present-day English through Middle English and early Modern English
  3. The doctoral course in English literature of Nihon University (Left school after acquiring all comupulsory credits )
  4. The Accusative with Infinitive in W.S.G., Wiclif, A. V. and R. S. V. of the Bible (Nihondaigaku “EibungakuRonsou” Nos. 29, 30)

Hisashi SUGITO

  1. English
  2. Medieval English Literature
  3. Sophia University
  4. “Rereading Hoccleve’s Series: The Limits of Language and Experience. ” Journal of Medieval Religious Cultures 39 (2013): 43-59.
    “Reality as Dream: Hoccleve’s Daydreaming Mind. ” Chaucer Review 49 (2014): 244-63.

Manabu SUHARA

  1. Russian and East European Economics
  2. Economics in Transition
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. “The Russian Economy and the Information Paradigm”, Russia Eurasia Economic Research Bulletin No.795, August, 1998

Motoko SUZUKI

  1. Chinese
  2. Chinese Language Education, Chinese Literature
  3. University of Tsukuba
  4. Eileen Chang’s Living Conditions in the U.S. and Her View of Life as Seen in Her Letters:From 1963 to 1995. Research Bulletin Liberal Arts No.66, January 2011.
    Should Eileen Chang be Written into the History of Taiwan Literature ? —-Toward the New Conception of a History of World Literature in Chinese.
    Taiwan Studies in Global Perspectives,2008,Center For Taiwan Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
    An Examination of “Duizhaoji” written by Eileen Chang: A Comparative Analysis of the Hand-written
    Manuscript and the Editions published in Mainland China and Taiwan, Research Bulletin Liberal Arts No. 52, July, 2006
    Chinese Education in University of California Santa Barbara, Research Bulletin Liberal Arts No. 56, July,
    2007
    “An Analysis of Chinese as a Second Language Test Data”, Research Bulletin Liberal Arts No. 29, October, 1999