MAKINO Nobuo

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Name
MAKINO Nobuo
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Japan Women's University Faculty of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences Department of Education
Degree
Master of Arts(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1968
 - 
1969
Utsunomiya University, Full-time Lecturer
 
1969
 - 
1979
Utsunomiya University, Associate Professor
 
1979
 - 
1983
Utsunomiya University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1968
sociology of education, graduate school of education, doctoral course, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1963
sociology of education, School of Education, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
The Concept of the Community College in the United States
Research in Higher Education-DAIGAKU RONSHU-   (12)    1983
Local Government and Public Universities in Japan
Research in Higher Education-DAIGAKU RONSHU-   (10)    1981
Policies of Local Governments
Bulletin of Institute for Higher Education   (6)    1986
A Statistical and Typological Analysis of State Higher Education in the United States
Journal, Faculty of Humanities, Japan Women's Univ.   (36)    1986
Policies for Establishing Colleges after 1970's in Japan
University Studies   (4)    1989

Books etc

 
Communities and National Universities
Tokyo University Press   1975   
Theory of Social Development
Tokyo University Press   1973   
A Study on Policies of Local Government about Higher Education in Japan
Japan Women's University, Makino Kenkyushitu   1989   
Theory of Leisure Life
Yuuhikaku   1994   
Graduate Schools for Working Adults, Contemporary Graduate Education
Tamagawa Daigaku Shuppanbu   1995   

Works

 
A Survey Report on Retraing Education in a Graduate School of Education
1997
Survey Report on Reform of Graduate Schools in Japan
1991

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on the Structure and Function of Community Higher Education
Study on How Universities should respond to Needs of Life-long Learning
A Comprehensive Study for Future Status of Women's Colleges
A Study on Development and Practical Use of Women's Occupational Ability