YAMASAKI KOTOKO

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YAMASAKI KOTOKO

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Shiga University Faculty of Education, Faculty of Education Home Economics
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1968
Graduate School, Division of Home Economics, Nara Women's University
 
 
 - 
1966
Faculty of Home Economics, Nara Women's University
 

Misc

 
Influence of the development-driven formation of residential environment on modernization of housing South Korea-Japan comparative study on modernization of housing
Kotoko YAMASAKI
5(1) 39-59   2008
The Feasibiliyu of Turning Housing Stock into Flow
4(1) 55-66   2007
The Feasibility of Extending the Stock of Existing Housing Latent in the Evaluation of Cityscapes
4(1) 37-54   2007
A Study on the housing Lifespan from the Point on Homeowners Perception Study on the spcial aids housing management(Part5)
J.Archit.Plan, AIJ   595(9)    2005
U.S.-Japan Comparative Study on House Expectations and Rebuilding, as Decisive Factors in Housing Lifespan
URBAN HOUSIG SCIENCES   (48) 115126-   2005

Books etc

 
To Aim at the social Management of the Housing
1998   
Comparative Study on the Impact of Property Values on the Maintenance of Homes in Japan and the U.S.
2005   
Information Necessary for Assessing and Prolonging the Life of Housing
2002   
Housing Education-The Bridge to the Future
1982   
A Treatise on the Housing of the Present Society
Shokokusha   1993   

Works

 
Information Necessary for Assessing and Prolonging the Life of Housing

Research Grants & Projects

 
Developing the Social Aids Systems for Housing Maintenance
A Study on Housing Environment Education
Correlation between Traditional life style, Housing Maintenance and the Climate in Shiga Prefercture
Project Year: 1994 - 2005
The Barrier of the Visitable Approach Housing Environment and its Management for Deveropping Neighbourhood
Project Year: 1994 - 2006
Comparison between Japanese and American View of Property and Housing Life Span
Project Year: 2000 - 2005