Researcher Database

KAISHO, Yumiko

FacultyFaculty of Education Social Studies Education
PositionAssociate Professor
Last Updated :2020/05/12

Researcher Profile and Settings

Profile and Settings

Name

  • Name

    KAISHO, Yumiko

Affiliations

Affiliation & Job

  • Section

    Faculty of Education
  • Job title

    Associate Professor

Education, Etc.

Education

  • 1995/04 - 1998/03, Ritsumeikan University
  • 1993/04 - 1995/03, Ritsumeikan University
  • 1988/04 - 1992/03, Ritsumeikan University, College of Social Sciences

その他基本情報

Committee Memberships

  • 2018 - 2018
  • 2016 - 2018
  • 2015 - 2016
  • 2014 - 2016
  • 2014 - 2016
  • 2013 - 2016
  • 2010 - 2010
  • 2009 - 2010
  • 2007 - 2008

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2010/10 - Today, Faculty of Education, Ehime University
  • 2006/04 - 2010/09, Faculty of Policy Studies, The University of Shimane
  • 2000/04 - 2006/03, Setouchi Junior College

Research Activities

Research Areas, Etc.

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Sociology
  • Humanities & social sciences, Social welfare

Book, papers, etc

Published Papers

  • What is learned in the field related to Care? ―From the angle of Social welfare and Education―, 2019/12
  • Case study of Social work in Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul―To Community care, Reviewing practice for 20 years―, KAISHO Yumiko, 2019/03
  • 2018/03
  • 2004/06, [Refereed]
  • 2003/09, [Refereed]
  • 2002/11, [Refereed]
  • 2002/06, [Refereed]
  • 1998/03, [Refereed]
  • 1998/03, [Refereed]
  • 1996/09, [Refereed]
  • 1996/03, [Refereed]

Books etc

  • 2020/02, 457-471, 9784535524767
  • 2019/02
  • 2016/03
  • 2016/03
  • 2009/03
  • 2007/12
  • 2006/10
  • 2006/04
  • 2004/02
  • 2001/04

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 2019/11, 招待有り
  • 2019/09
  • 2019/09, 招待有り
  • 2019/09
  • 2019/07, 招待有り
  • 2019/04, 招待有り
  • 2019/02, 招待有り
  • 2018/06
  • 2017/12, 招待有り
  • 2017/10, 招待有り
  • 2017/08, 招待有り
  • 2017/06, 招待有り
  • 지역복지의 다기능화 및 연계에 관한 사례연구 ―재일코리안 고령자를 위한 데이서비스에서 전개하는 커뮤니티케어, KAISHO Yumiko, 2017/04, 招待有り
  • 2016/12, 招待有り
  • 2016/08, 招待有り
  • 2015/09
  • 2013/08, 招待有り
  • “The Welfare Practices by Civil cooperation in Super-Aged society -Cases in post - industrial and commercial city AMAGASAKI”, KAISHO Yumiko, The 8th Active Aging Conference in Asia Pacific & Busan International Anti-Aging Expo(@Busan BEXCO), 2013/06
  • 2012/07, 招待有り
  • 2012/05
  • 2010/05
  • 2009/09, 招待有り
  • 2009/06, 招待有り
  • 2004/09
  • 2003/10
  • 2002/10
  • 2001/10
  • 1999/09
  • 1998/11
  • 1995/11

Misc

  • 37, 211, 238, 2018/03
  • 61, 3, 75, 81, 2017/02
  • 64, 1, 26, 33, 2017/01
  • How to learn Diversity in Saijyo,Ehime from Community to Schools / from a Classroom to Community, KAISHO Yumiko, 63, 253, 262, 2016/10
  • 62, 91, 201, 2015/10
  • 59, 72, 2015/03
  • vol.4, 80, 87, 2013/12
  • 28, 41, 2011
  • 89, 100, 2009
  • 52, 1, 22, 27, 2005/01
  • 33, 8, 17, 2002/12
  • 32, 43, 50, 2001/12
  • 32, 1, 10, 2001/12
  • 68, 131, 157, 1997/03

Other Research Activities

Research Grants & Projects

  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), The Sociological Study of Multicultural Coexistense and Local Development in Japanese Rural Areas
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), The comparative law and policy study on the social construction of health and human rights in correctional institutions, AKAIKE Kazumasa, CHANTRAINE Gilles, MURAI Toshikuni, The primary concern of inmates in correctional facilities such as a prison is their health problems and medical care. However, such facilities in Japan suffer chronic and serious shortage of medical officers, who are in charge of medical care of the inmates. Many previous comparative studies of law have suggested one of the underlying causes of this problem is the unusual medical care system maintained in the facilities, which is based on their peculiar nature and implicit premise that medical insurance should not be provided to criminals. The current study identified the peculiar management system as the root cause and discussed the implications for improvement.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Research studies of Welfare networks in super-aged society-Some ways of Civil cooperation focusing on Japan and South Korea, KAISHO Yumiko, First, I compared the data of Japan and South Korea on society aging, and surveyed some points of the system and method of the elderly welfare. Super-aged society Japan and pre-aged society South Korea have continuously exchanged knowledge about the care or practice of facility operations. I chose facilities in Japan caring the elderly of Japanese and foreigners, and facilities in cooperation with Japan in South Korea to provide welfare services of its own to collect the advanced cases of welfare network to support the super-aged society.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), A comprehensive Study of Life Principles of Female, Youth, and Elderly Citizens Living in the Agricultural, Forestry and Fishery Areas around the Rim of the Seto Inland Sea, FUJII Wasa, NISHIMURA Takeo, TSURU Rieko, TANAKA Satomi, SUGIMOTO Kumiko, MUROI Kenji, KATAOKA Yoshimi, YANAKA Shigeru, SIBUYA Miki, SATO Yoko, MIYAMOTO Yuka, OKUI Asako, HIRAI Jun, KUROMIYA Akiko, OTAKE Haruka, NIKAIDO Yuko, NAKAYAMA Chinami, KAISHO Yumiko, YOKOTA Naotoshi, NANBA Takashi, KASHIO Tamaki, TAMURA Masao, KITAMURA Koji, KITAGAWA Hirofumi, NAKATANI Ayami, TAKANO Hiroshi, KOBAYASHI Takayuki, SHIRAISHI Junya, SHUTO Tatsuya, TSUKAMOTO Ryouhei, MACHI Satoshi, SASAKI Satsumi, From the interview and questionnaire surveys concerning the research subject, it was clarified that the following conditions are the keys to fill the structural gaps in rural society (1) promotion and acceptance of the diversification of the local community members; 2) maintenance of regular occupations; and (3) people’s sense of pride in the local town, which encourages their settlement. Depopulation and aging do not directly result in the decline of a local community. When a robust occupational infrastructure, such as agriculture, forestry or fishery, is combined with the openheartedness of village society, such society is able to provide its residents with a sense of happiness and allow people with diverse backgrounds to settle in the local community
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Studies on the social changes in the re-urbanization era : focusing on Osaka City, AJISAKA Manabu, ASANO Shinichi, IWASAKI Nobuhiko, SUGIMOTO Kumiko, NISHIDA Yoshimasa, NISHIMURA Takeo, MOON Jeong Sil, KAISHO Yumiko, After the long period of suburbanization, Japanese metropolis have regained population and experienced re-urbanization ever since 2000. The fall of land price due to recession and the decrease of demand for office spaces in central city areas induced the construction of large scale condominiums, which brought huge number of new residents into the areas. We conducted research in Osaka's central city areas. By interviews with leaders of the local organizations and by a review of related literature, we examined how the demographic transformation in the areas affected local communities, focusing on the relationships between new residents and old residents. In Osaka city, the Tiikishinkokai (Osaka City Community Promotion Association) serves as the community-based organization. We found that new residents are generally indifferent to participating in the associations and that it becomes a critical issue for the associations, which have been mostly managed by old residents, to create a positive interaction between new residents and old ones. While old residents tend to value traditional society and involve themselves in the community deeply, new residents tend to have little concern for the community and cherish privacy. This discord makes it difficult to nurture better understanding among them. We observed that the leaders of the associations in Osaka's central city areas have now faced these challenges.

Activity track record

Educational activities

Course in charge

  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 新入生セミナーB
  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 社会学3
  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 福祉社会学
  • 2019, the first semester, under graduate, 福祉社会学
  • 2019, the first semester, master course, 教材研究の基礎(社会学)


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