NOMIYA Daishiro

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Nov 23, 2018 at 03:07
 
Avatar
Name
NOMIYA Daishiro
E-mail
d-nomiyasophia.ac.jp
URL
http://ir.c.chuo-u.ac.jp/researcher/profile/00015186.html
Affiliation
Chuo University
Section
Faculty of Letters
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D. in Sociology(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Master in Sociology(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Profile

1985-1988 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Urbanization and Inequality、Statistical Methods、Comparative Methodology
1988-1992 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Theoretical Study on Social Movements, Social Conflict
1992-2001 Hokkaido University: Study on Methods of Social Sciences
2001-2011 Sophia University: Theoretical Study on Globalization
2005-2010 Sophia University: Empirical Study of Global Social Movements: Global Justice Movements
2010-present Sophia University: Empirical Study on Globalization and Civil Society: Global Civil Society in East Asia

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1985
Graduate School, Division of Sociology, Keio University
 
 
 - 
1980
Graduate School, Division of Law, Keio University
 
 
 - 
1978
Faculty of Law, Keio University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2007
   
 
East Asian Sociologists Network  Secretary General, Japan.
 
2010
   
 
International Sociological Association  Vice President. Research Committee 47
 
2011
   
 
Southern Sociological Society  International Editorial Board Member, Social Forces
 

Awards & Honors

 
1992
Research Fellowship. "Popular Rebellion in Nineteenth-Century Japan."
 
1988
The Howard Odum Award. 1988
 

Published Papers

 
Special Issue: Disaster and Sociology: The Greatest Japanese Earthquake and Its Implications
NOMIYA DAISHIRO, Adachi, Kiyoshi, Yuko-Ohara HIRANO, Pauline Kent
International Journal of Japanese Sociology   (21)    Mar 2012
NOMIYA DAISHIRO
Societies Without Borders   (4) 117-140   Sep 2009
Are Global Social Movements More Regionalized?: The Case Study of the Toyako Summit
NOMIYA DAISHIRO
1-2   Jan 2009
Demise of Comparative Sociology?: Globalization and its Shadow
NOMIYA DAISHIRO
International Journal of Japanese Sociology   16 35-47   2007
"Atteindre la Connaissance Configurationelle: Remarques sur l’utilisation Precautionneuse de l’AQQC"
NOMIYA DAISHIRO
Revue Internationale de Politique Compare   11(1)    2004

Misc

 
Commentator on the panel discussion “Climate Change, Risks and Social Vulnerability.”
Nomiya, Daishiro
   Feb 2014
Transforming the Subject: Changing Mentality in Anti-nuclear Movements in Post-war Japan.
Nomiya, Daishiro and Isamu Sugino
Presentation in the East Asian Sociologists Conference."Dynamics of Convergence and Divergence: Changing Societies and Values in East Asia."October 25-26,2013.Seoul National University.Seoul,South Korea.      Oct 2013
Guest Speaker:Challenging Globalization: Sophia University’s Endeavor.
Nomiya, Daishiro
   Aug 2013
Conference Main Organizer:East Asia at a Crossroad: Constructing a New East Asian Society.
Nomiya, Daishiro
   Nov 2012
Presenter:Teaching 3.11: Tasks and Possibilities.
   Jun 2012

Books etc

 
Farro, Antimo (ed.) Movements, Culture and Global Transformations.
Ashgate Publishing, UK. Forthcoming.   Aug 2014   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Dance with the Devil:Between Hiroshima and Fukushima in Post-war Japan
East Asian Civil Society Dialogue on the Sphere of Intimacy:4th Hokkaido Dialogue   2016   
Future of East Asian Junior Sociologists:A Final Discussion
East Asia Junior Sociologists Conference   2015   
Dancing with the Devil:Between Hiroshima and Fukushima in Post-war Japan
All India Sociological Conference   2015   
Globalizing Mentality?:Two Anti-Nuclear Campaigns in Japan
Sixth Multidisciplinary Science Forum   2015   
Social Movements as the Network of Meanings: Comparing Mental Maps of 1954 and 2012 Antinuclear Movements in Japan.
Presentation in the East Asian Civil Societies Workshop. November 8, 2013. Seoul National University. Seoul, South Korea.   2013   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Globalization of Social Movements
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2007 - 2011