NAGATA Motohiko

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Name
NAGATA Motohiko
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Department of Human Coexistence, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies Department of Human Coexistence
Job title
Associate Professor,Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1995
Graduate School, Division of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University
 
 
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1992
Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Social acceptance of biotechnology in Japan --Content analysis of newspaper articles on genetic engineering--
Aiko Hibino, Toshio Sugiman, Motohiko Nagata and Wolfgang Wagner
Kashima, Y., Endo, Y., Kashima, E., Leung, C., and McClure, J. (Eds.), Progress in Asian Social Psychology, Volume 4. Seoul, Korea: Kyoyook-kwahak-sa      2005   [Refereed]
A. Hibino; M. Nagata
Asian Journal of Social Psychology   9(1) 12-23   Apr 2006   [Refereed]
R. Shineha; M. Kawakami; K. Kawakami; M. Nagata; T. Tada; K. Kato
Stem Cell Reviews and Reports   6(1) 1-7   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
W. Wagner; N. Kronberger; M. Nagata; R. Sen; P. Holtz; F.F. Palacios
Asian Journal of Social Psychology   13(4) 232-246   Dec 2010   [Refereed]
N. Kronberger; W. Wagner; M. Nagata
Science Communication   36(1) 106-130   2014   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
A bottom-up counterpart assistance approach for the revitalization of communities.
NAGATA Motohiko (Part:Contributor, Chap.11, pp.157-169)
Li Peilin and Laurence Roulleau-Berger (eds.) Ecological Risks and Disasters in China and Europe. Routledge Publishers.   2016   
A ‘soft’ volunteerism in super-extensive disaster: Case of Noda
NAGATA Motohiko
Rajib Shaw and Yukiko Takeuchi eds. East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Evacuation, Communication, Education and Volunteerism. Research Publishing Services. Chap.12, pp.239-253   2012   
The Japanese experience
永田 素彦
G. Gaskell and M. Bauer eds. Genomics: legal, ethical and social dimensions. Earthscan Book,   2006   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
What factors make life after a huge disaster positive?
NAGATA Motohiko
9th Conference of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management   Oct 2018   
Collaboration of local survivors and outside volunteers for promoting a regional care after the 3.11 Earthquake and Tsunami
Motohiko Nagata
77th Annual Meeting of Society for Applied Anthropology   2017   
Knotwoking on long-term disaster recovery: Five years action research after 2011 East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Motohiko Nagata
2016 International Conference on Psychology, Sanata Dharma University   2016   
The role of volunteer network in long-term disaster recovery
Motohiko Nagata
6th Conference of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management (TIFAC-IDRiM 2015)   2015   
Sense of life recovery and its determinants two years after the Great East Japan Earthquake: A case of Noda Village
Motohiko Nagata
5th Conference of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRiM 2014)   2015   
For developing a regional care system in a community after the Great East Japan Earthquake: A case of Noda Village
Motohiko Nagata
74th Annual Meeting of Society for Applied Anthropology   2014   
the bottom-up type of counterpart assistance for long-term restoration after the East Japan Earthquake: A case of ‘Team North Rias’ in Noda village
Motohiko Nagata
Dealing with Disasters Conference (DWD2013) / 4th Conference of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRiM 2013)   2013   
The revitalization of QOL after Great East Japan Earthquake: An action research of calligraphy lesson
Naoki Kawai and Motohiko Nagata
the 10th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology   2013   
The emergence of bottom-up type of paired assistance program in the East Japan Earthquake: A case of Noda village
Motohiko Nagata
the 10th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology   2013   
The emergence of bottom-up type of paired assistance program in the East Japan Earthquake: A case of Hirosaki supporting Noda
Motohiko Nagata and Lee Young-Jun
the third East Asian Law & Society Conference   2013   
Scenario workshop utilizing expert-residents communication on future development of watershed environment: A case of Lake Shumarinai, Hokkaido
Motohiko Nagata
the 8th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology   2009   
Scenario workshop utilizing expert knowledge on future development of watershed environment: A case of Lake Shumarinai, Hokkaido.
Motohiko Nagata
the joint conference of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology and the Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2009   
Meaning of "Don't Know" Response in the Questionnaire Survey on Public Perception of Biotechnology in Japan and Europe
Aiko Hibino & Motohiko Nagata
Society for Social Studies of Science & European Association for the Study of Science and Technology   2008   
Bridging discourses of ordinary people and experts on environment change.
Motohiko Nagata
the 7th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology   2007   
Meaning of “Don’t know” answers in the questionnaire survey on public perception of biotechnology
Aiko Hibino, Toshio Sugiman and Motohiko Nagata
the 53rd conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2006   
Developing a new communication system between experts and ordinary residents on artificial environmental change
Motohiko Nagata
the 6th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology   2005   
Public perception of biotechnology in Japan
Aiko Hibino, Motohiko Nagata and Toshio Sugiman
the 6th biennial conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology   2005   
The change of representation of biotechnology in the Japanese media context
Takeo Nagai, Motohiko Nagata, Aiko Hibino and Toshio Sugiman
the 52nd conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2005   
Knowledge and perception of biotechnology in the general public
Aiko Hibino, Motohiko Nagata, and Toshio Sugiman
the 52nd conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2005   
The logics of evaluating biotechnological applications
Motohiko Nagata, Aiko Hibino, and Toshio Sugiman
the 52nd conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2005   
Biotechnology in the public sphere (?)
Motohiko Nagata, Aiko Hibino, Takeo Nagai and Toshio Sugiman
the 51st conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2004   
Conflict analysis on restoration planning in a community hit by natural disaster
Motohiko Nagata
the 1st Conference of Sudanese Psychological Association   2003   
Biotechnology in the Public Sphere (?): Analysis of political discourse about cloning technology
Aiko Hibino and Motohiko Nagata
the 50th conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2003   
Biotechnology in the Public Sphere (?): Content Analysis of Newspaper Articles on Genetic Engineering
Motohiko Nagata and Aiko Hibino
the 50th conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association   2003   
Public Acceptance of Biotechnology in Japan
Aiko Hibino, Toshio Sugiman and Motohiko Nagata
the 4th conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology   2001   
Supergame Analysis on the development planning in a developing country: A case of Gezira Irrigation Scheme in Sudan
Motohiko Nagata
the 4th conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology   2001   
Exposing the hidden logic of the restoration process of condominiums after the 1995 Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake
Motohiko Nagata
the 3rd conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology   1999   
The Restoration Process of Condominiums after The 1995 Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake
Motohiko Nagata
the joint meeting of the Asian Association of Social Psychology and the Japanese Group Dynamics Association   1997   
The Process of organizing Emergency Shelters after the 1995 Hanshin Earthquake: A Participant Observation Study
Motohiko Nagata, Toshio Sugiman, Tomohide Atsumi, Toshie Watanebe
the 50th Conference of Korean Psychological Association   1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on public perception of biotechnology
Developing a productive communication system between experts and ordinary residents on artificial environmental change
Constructing a multicultural community