KASHIMURA Aiko

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Name
KASHIMURA Aiko
E-mail
kashiaichi-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Aichi University
Section
Faculty of Letters, Department of Humanities and Sociology
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1997
The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1981
Faculty of Literature, Kyoto Prefectural University
 

Misc

 
The Symptomatic Mimicry of Cindy Sherman
The Journal of the literary Association of AICHI University   (121)    2000
Aum Shinrikyo by Lacanian Sociological perspective
Civilization 21   (4)    2000
The psychologization of society and clinical sociology
The Journal of the literary Association of AICHI University   (122)    2000
The disorganization of the modern society/sociology and phychoanalysis
Jyokyo      1999
The religiosity and the sociality of the New Age
Religion and Sociology      1999
Towards constructing clinical sociology in Mental Health
Kinjo Bulletin   (23)    1999
Globalization and New Age Movement
The Journal of the literary Association of AICHI University   (120)    1999
The lacanian analysis of the common theory
Sociologi   (131)    1998
The operation of the negation and the other concerning the construction of the language
11    1998
The difficulty of the self-developpement seminar
Gendai Siso      1998

Books etc

 
  Anthony Elliott and Eric L. Hsu eds.,The Consequences of Global Disasters,The Consequences of Global Disasters(共著)
KASHIMURA Aiko (Part:Joint Work)
Routledge   2016   
Elliott Anthony ,Masataka Katagiri and Atsushi Sawai eds.Companion of Contemporary Japanese Social Theory
KASHIMURA Aiko (Part:Joint Work, Japanese psychoanalysis as deciphering the Japanese unconsciousness and supporting the Japanese subject)
Routledge   Dec 2012   
Japanese State and Women
Seikyusha   2000   
The Introduction of Lacanian sociology
Theori Shobo   1998   
House, Society and Women
Yoshikawa Kobunkan   1997   
The Contemporary Sociology 3
Iwanami Shoten   1995   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The analysis of contemporary society by psychoanalytical theory