Akiko Mishima

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Name
Akiko Mishima
E-mail
akijcogmail.com
Affiliation
Doshisha University
Job title
Affiliated researcher
Other affiliation
University of Cambridge, Sociology Department
Research funding number
30352545

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Sep 2013
 - 
Aug 2015
Visiting Scholar, Sociology Department, University of Cambridge
 
Apr 2013
 - 
Mar 2015
Affiliated researcher, Education Research Centre of Social Welfare, Doshisha University
 
Apr 2013
 - 
Sep 2013
Proffessor, Higashi-Osaka College
 
Apr 2008
 - 
Mar 2013
Associate Professor, Higashi-Osaka College
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2008
Lecturer, Higashi-Osaka College
 

Awards & Honors

 
Oct 2008
Young Researcher's Award, Japanese Society for the Study of Social Welfare
 
Jun 2008
Young Researcher's Award, Japanese Society of the Study of Social Work
 

Misc

 
三島 亜紀子
福祉社会学研究 = Journal of welfare sociology   (15) 31-48   2018
MISHIMA Akiko
Japanese Journal of Social Welfare   57(1) 113-124   2016
<p>The Global Definition of Social Work was approved by the IFSW General Meeting and the IASSW General Assembly in July 2014. This definition includes the sentence "social work is…an academic discipline" and the term "indigenous knowledge:IK" as a...
三島 亜紀子
社会福祉研究   0(113) 97-101   Apr 2012
Mishima Akiko
Journal of Japanese Society for the Study of Social Work   33(0) 1-12   2016
<p>  The Global Definition of the Social Work Profession was approved by the IFSW General Meeting and the IASSW General Assembly on July 2014. The first sentence of this definition includes the word "social cohesion" as one of the new important ke...
三島 亜紀子
Social welfare studies   0(110) 175-179   Apr 2011

Books etc

 
横須賀 俊司編著, 松岡 克尚編著
明石書店   Apr 2011   ISBN:4750333859
三島 亜紀子
勁草書房   Nov 2007   ISBN:4326602066
三島 亜紀子
青弓社   Jun 2005   ISBN:4787232452

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2005 - 2007    Investigator(s): Koichi HIRAOKA
The aims of this research project were first to describe and analyze the formation and reorganization process of the Japanese social welfare system since the 1960s; second, to elucidate its characteristics in comparison with the equivalent process...