Imakawa Shinji

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Jun 22, 2019 at 02:44
 
Avatar
Name
Imakawa Shinji
E-mail
imakawahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Hiroshima University
Section
.
Job title
教授
Degree
Ph.D. (Human Sciences)(Osaka University), Master of Arts(Osaka University)
Research funding number
00211756
ORCID ID
0000-0003-2350-6824

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2013
   
 
Professor, Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Mar 2013
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2007
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University
 
Apr 2000
 - 
Mar 2005
Research Associate, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University
 
Dec 1990
 - 
Mar 2000
Research Associate, Osaka University
 

Education

 
Apr 1985
 - 
Mar 1989
Graduate School, Division of Human Sciences, Osaka University
 
Apr 1983
 - 
Mar 1985
Graduate School, Division of Human Science, Osaka University
 
Apr 1977
 - 
Mar 1981
Faculty of Law and Literature, Kagoshima University
 

Published Papers

 
The effect of communication with parents on relationships and marriage on the marital views of university students
(66) 213-222   2017
How Do Mothers Express Affection toward Their Children While Leaving Them at Kindergarten in the Morning?
Research on early childhood care and education in JAPAN JAPAN SOCIETY OF RESEARCH ON EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION   51(1) 73-82   Aug 2013   [Refereed]

Research Grants & Projects

 
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2015 - 2018
Project Year: 2014 - 2016
Project Year: 2012 - 2015
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2011 - 2013    Investigator(s): HIRATA, Michinori
(1) Needs of mothers for the child rearing support program were made clear by questionnaire in order to implement such program. (2) Related advanced programs in Japan and foreign countries were investigated. (3) Having conducted the pilot child re...
MEXT: KAKENHI
Project Year: 2009 - 2011    Investigator(s): NANAKIDA, Atsushi
Few people are willing to admit that senior adults and young children share many common characteristics, including :(1) changes in development ;(2) need for companionship ; and(3) the desire to be understood. These two groups are connected mostly ...