KATAOKA Emi

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Name
KATAOKA Emi
Alternative names
片岡 えみ
URL
http://researchmap.jp/read0031286/
Affiliation
Komazawa University
Section
Faculty of Letters, Department of Sociology Sociology Program
Degree
Ph.D.(Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Profile

Professor of Sociology,Komazawa University and Graduate School of Komazawa University,
Cultural Sosiology, Sociology of Education,
Research on Cultural Capital and Cltural Omnivore in Japan,

Research Areas

 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2006
 - 
Today
Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology/ Graduate School of Sociology, Komazawa University
 
 
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Today
Professor, Graduate School of Sociology, Komazawa University
 
Apr 2010
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Mar 2012
Visiting Scholar, Department of Sociology, Harvard University
 
Apr 1997
 - 
Mar 2006
Professor, Department of Sociology, Kanto Gakuin University
 

Education

 
 
   
 
Graduate School of Osaka University
 

Committee Memberships

 
Nov 2018
 - 
Today
Editor, Nihon Kyoiku Gakaki  Editorial Board
 
Oct 2017
 - 
Today
the Exective Director    Japan Society of Educational Sociology
 
 
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Today
American Sociological Association, Japan Sociological Society,Japanese Association of Sociological Eduation, Japan Methematical Association,etc.  Head of Research Section, Editorial associates
 
Jun 2013
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Jun 2015
Director, Editorial Board  Japan, Kantoh Sociological Association
 
Oct 2007
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Oct 2009
Japanese Association of Sociological Education  Exective Director of Rearch Section
 

Published Papers

 
Sports as Symbolic Power and Habitus of Sports-oriented Students
KATAOKA Emi
17 49-63   Apr 2019   [Refereed][Invited]
Abstract:
 This paper examines values, attitudes, and cultural capital among sports-oriented college students
based on quantitative survey data in Japan, using Bourdieu’s theory of masculine dominance and
symbolic boundaries.
Sports-oriented c...
Kataoka Emi
駒澤社会学研究   (51) 1-43   Oct 2018
Class Differences in Child Rearing and Parental Values
KATAOKA Emi
(76) 1-27   Mar 2018
Rethinking Cultural Omnivores: Plurality of Habitus and Multidimension of Practices
KATAOKA Emi
Komazawa Journal of Sociology   (50) 17-60   Mar 2018
KATAOKA Emi
Journal of the Faculty of Letters, Komazawa University   (75) 105-133   Mar 2017
Abstract
Referring to the theories of Pierre Bourdieu, this study investigates the
classifi catory systems underlying the assessment of cultural activities and measures
cultural prestige that is constituted from the rating scores when people asses...
KATAOKA Emi
TASC Monthly   (487)    Jul 2016   [Invited]
Kataoka Emi
駒澤社会学研究   (48) 39-70   Mar 2016
KATAOKA Emi
Komazawa Journal of Sociology   47 29-51   Mar 2015
Emi KATAOKA
Journal of the Faculty of Letters, Komazawa Unversity   (73) 93-114   Mar 2015
Emi KATAOKA
Komazawa Journal of Sociology   46(72) 137-158   Mar 2014
Japan
KATAOKA Emi
Encyclopedia of Sociology of Education, Sage       Jun 2013   [Refereed][Invited]
KATAOKA Emi
Kazoku Syakaigaku Kenkyu   21(1) 30-44   2009   [Refereed][Invited]
This study examines the relationship between parental strategies regarding school choice and class closeness, by using data from interviews and questionnaires given to parents with preschool, primary or junior high school children, conducted in Ja...
KATAOKA Emi
Cultural economics   6(1) 13-25   Mar 2008   [Refereed][Invited]
Emi KATAOKA
関東学院大学人文科学研究所報   (29) 65-85   2005
Emi KATAOKA
Bulletin of Kanto Gakuin University, Society of Humanities   103(103) 147-162   2004
KATAOKA Emi
The Annual Review of Sociology   2002(15) 30-43   2002
Why is that many sociologists say that the theory of cultural reproduction coined by Bourdieu has no applicability to Japan? I have shown that there is a structural mechanism that conceals cultural reproduction in Japanese society. Most high statu...
Emi KATAOKA
the Annual Review of Sociology, Japan. Kantoh Sociological Society.   15号(15) 30-43   2002   [Refereed][Invited]
Kataoka Emi
Japanese journal of educational research   68(3) 259-273   Sep 2001   [Refereed][Invited]
Emi KATAOKA
Doctoral Desertation (Tokyo Metropolitan University)      Feb 2001   [Refereed]
Kataoka Emi
Sociological theory and methods   12(1) 85-95   1997   [Refereed][Invited]
Forum : Ethical Issues in Sociological Research
Emi KATAOKA
Sociological Theory and Method(Official Journal of the Japanese Association for Mathematical Sociology)   12(1) 85-95   1997   [Refereed][Invited]
Kataoka Emi
KASYA   9(9) 23-38   1997
This study shows that women play an important role in the cultural reproductive process of the family. Using survey samples from Kobe, Japan, I explore how cultural capital is inherited from generation to generation by the family. Results are as f...
Kataoka Emi
Sociological theory and methods   11(1) 1-20   1996   [Refereed][Invited]
KATAOKA Emi
Bulletin of Kanto Gakuin University   (76) 103-128   1996
Kataoka Emi
Sociological theory and methods   10(2) 181-183   1995
Kataoka Emi
Transactions of institute of humanities   17(17) 51-93   Mar 1994
KATAOKA Emi
Bulletin of Kanto Gakuin University   68(68) 85-126   1993
KATAOKA Emi
Sociological theory and methods   7(1) 33-55   1992   [Refereed][Invited]
     In this paper, I investigate the role of cultural capital in both social reproduction and educational reproduction processes. Especially, I clarify the reproduction process of cultural capital, using data from a random probability sample of m...
Kataoka Emi
Sociological theory and methods   6(2) 136-139   1991
     In this paper, I investigate the role of cultural capital in both social reproduction and educational reproduction processes. Especially, I clarify the reproduction process of cultural capital, using data from a random probability sample of m...
Emi KATAOKA
Bulletin of Kanto Gakuin University   59(59) 63-93   1990
Hachiro Iwai, Emi Kataoka, Koukichi Shimizu
Transactions of The Institute of Humanities   42(17) 51-78   Sep 1987   [Refereed][Invited]
Kataoka Emi
Bulletin   13 23-51   1987
In this paper, I attempt to clarify how part-time high schools have decreased in quantity and been transformed in the process of universalization of high school education, from the following three viewpoints. First, how has the change of the stude...
Emi Kataoka
The journal of educational sociology   38 158-171   Oct 1983   [Refereed]
In this paper, I attempt to clarify how part-time high schools have decreased in quantity and been transformed in the process of universalization of high school education, from the following three viewpoints. First, how has the change of the stude...

Misc

 
片岡 栄美
スポーツとジェンダー研究 = Journal of sport and gender studies : JSGS   17 49-63   Mar 2019
Kataoka Emi
駒澤社会学研究   (51) 1-43   Oct 2018
片岡 えみ, Kataoka Emi
駒澤社会学研究   (48) 39-70   Mar 2016
KATAOKA Emi S.
Sociological Theory and Methods   11(2) 199_e1-199_e1   1996
p.18 本文最終行<BR>ブラチック &rarr; プラチック
片岡 えみ, Kataoka Emi
駒澤大學文學部研究紀要 = Journal of the Faculty of Letters   (72) 137-158   Mar 2014
KATAOKA Emi S.
Sociological Theory and Methods   11(1) 1-20   1996
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;This article resolves the relationships between the system of classificatory schemes and social class, using data from a random sample survey of men and women in Japan. I find the class differential in prestige rating...
Class-Closeness and Parental School Choice: Sociological Analysis Concerning 'O-Juken' and Junior-high-school Examnation in Japan
Emi Kataoka
Japanese Journal of Family Sociology   21(1) 30-44   2009   [Refereed][Invited]
Emi KATAOKA
BULLETIN of Kanto Gakuin University   (65) 35-52   1992
片岡 栄美
Journal of Cultural Economics   6(1) 13-25   2008
The Reproduction of Cultural Capital in Japan : Family, Class, and Cultural participation
Bulletin of Kanto Gakuin University   (81) 187-237   1997
Kataoka Emi
The Journal of Educational Sociology   38(0) 158-171,en267   1983
In this paper, I attempt to clarify how part-time high schools have decreased in quantityand been transformed in the process of universalization of high school education, from thefollowing three viewpoints. First, how has, the change of the studen...
Women's Cultural Reproduction and Social Stratification in Japan
Bulletin of Kanto Gakuin University   62    1991
Social Class and Child Rearing in Japan
Bulletin   13    1987
A Review of the Sociological Studies of "Class and Education"
The Journal of Educational Sociology   42    1987

Books etc

 
KATAOKA Emi
Seikyu-sha   Sep 2019   ISBN:9784787234568
Doing Socology of Education
Gakubunsha Press   Sep 2011   
Sekai Shiso Press   Apr 2011   ISBN:9784790715245
Youth in Japan
KATAOKA Emi (Part:Contributor, Consumer Culture and Media Experiments in Youh Culture)
Cabinet Office   Feb 2001   
Contemporary Culture and Social Class
KATAOKA Emi
Doctoral Desertation , Tokyo Metropolitan Univesity   Feb 2001   
Reproduction of Gendered Habitus and Gender Capital
2000   
Cultural torelance and Symbolic Boundary : Cultural Capital and Class Reproduction
Tokyo University Press   2000   
Databook Sociology
KATAOKA Emi (Part:Contributor, Social Stratification)
Kawashima Shoten   1999   
Perception of Cultural Activities and Cultural Prestige
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction   1998   
Educational and Occupational Returns for Reading Culture and Formal Culture
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction   1998   
Social Stratification and Cultural Participation in Japan
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction   1998   
The Impact of Cultural Capital in Childhood on Status Attainment and Cultural Participation
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction   1998   
Cultural Boundary and Social Status in Japan : From Elite to Corporate Dominance
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction   1998   
The Consequences of Modernity and Cultural Reproduction Theory
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction   1998   
Social Stratification and Cultural Reproduction
1998   
Emi Kataoka (Part:Editor)
1995 SSM Research Committee   1998   
Gender Habitus and Gender Capital
1996   
Social System in Modern Society
Yukio Shirakura edit. (Part:Contributor)
1991   
Social Class and Culture
1991   
Education and Social Mobility
1990   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Trust, Globalization and Social Justice in EU Coutries
KATAOKA Emi
19 Sep 2015   
Night High Schools in Japan : serving Students Who Don't Fit In
KATAOKA Emi
American Educational Research Association,1994 Annual Meeting   Mar 1994   

Works

 
Research on Parental Value and Social Stratification inJAPAN
2006
Research on Social Stratification and Social Mobility, 4th.
1985
Reseach on Social Stratification and Social Mobility, 5th.
1995
Survey of Cultural Prestige in Kobe
1993
The Survey of Life-long Learning in Kobe
1990

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): Emi KATAOKA
This study examines the relationships between parental strategies and class closeness, by using data from the interviews and questionnaires to parents having preschool, primary or junior high school children - conducted in Japan in November 2006.T...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: Apr 1997 - Mar 1999    Investigator(s): Emi Kataoka
Using Data on cultural activities, tastes and lifestyles from 1999 KAWASAKI survey, we analyze the relationship between cultural phenomenon and social structure at kawasaki city, near Tokyo. We formulate two competing sets of hypotheses, which are...
Culture and Social Stratification
Sociology of Cultural Capital and Education
Reproduction of Gender and Habitus