KITANISHI Koichi

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Name
KITANISHI Koichi
E-mail
kitanisiyamaguchi-u.ac.jp
URL
http://ds.cc.yamaguchi-u.ac.jp/~kitanisi/
Affiliation
Yamaguchi University
Degree
Doctor of Science(Kyoto University), Master of Science(Kyoto University)
Other affiliation
Yamaguchi University
Research funding number
80304468

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Oct 1997
 - 
Sep 2003
Lecturer, Faculty of Education, YAMAGUCHI UNIVERSITY
 
Oct 2003
 - 
Mar 2007
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, YAMAGUCHI UNIVERSITY
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Apr 2012
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, YAMAGUCHI UNIVERSITY
 

Education

 
 
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Mar 1988
Faculty of Science, Kyoto University
 
 
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Mar 1996
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Changes in labor organization, distribution, and attitudes toward work accompanying the introduction of mozuku farming: the case of the Uminchu (Fishermen) of Iheya island
Koichi KITANISHI
Journal of Okinawan Folklore Studies   (11) 1-32   Mar 1992   [Refereed]
Seasonal Changes in the Subsistence Activities and Food Intake of the Aka Hunter-gatherers in Northeastern Congo
African Study Monographs   16(2) 73-118   Aug 1995   [Refereed]
Variability in the Subsistence Activities and Distribution of Food among Different Aged Males of the Aka Hunter-Gatherers in Northeastern Congo
African Study Monographs   17(1) 35-57   Jun 1996   [Refereed]
Food sharing and residential groups of the Aka hunter-gatherers in northeastern Congo
Koichi KITANISHI
Journal of African Studies   51 1-28   Dec 1997   [Refereed]
The Aka and Baka : Food sharing among Two Central Africa Hunter-Gatherer Groups
Senri Ethnological Studies   53 149-169   2000
Koichi KITANISHI, Rosei HANAWA, Kaori KOMATSU, Satoshi MARUO
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Yamaguchi University   50(1) 29-48   Apr 2000
Koichi KITANISHI
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Yamaguchi University   52 51-69   2002
Koichi KITANISHI
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education Yamaguchi University   53(1) 51-65   2003
Comparative study of banana-farming cultures in Asia and Africa: with special reference to the diversity of local cultivars
Kaori KOMATSU, Koichi KITANISHI, Satoshi MARUO, Rosei HANAWA
Asian and African Area Studies   6(1) 77-119   Aug 2006   [Refereed]
Koichi KITANISHI
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education Yamaguchi University   57(1) 47-65   2007
Koichi KITANISHI
Bulletin of the faculty of Education Yamaguchi University   57(1) 67-75   2007
Koichi KITANISHI, Rosei HANAWA
Bulletin of Faculty of Education Yamaguchi University   58(1) 33-50   2008
KITANISHI Koichi
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Yamaguchi University   61(1) 51-74   Jan 2012
KITANISHI Koichi
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Yamaguchi University   62(1) 57-80   Jan 2013
KITANISHI, Koichi
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education Yamaguchi University   63(1) 69-82   Jan 2014
Distribution and marketing of bananas in southern Uganda: The impact of commoditization of bananas on local farmers.
KITANISHI Koichi
67 197-204   Jan 2018
Banana farming, cultivars, uses, and marketing of Nkore in southwestern Uganda
SATO Yasuaki, KOMATSU Kaori, KITANISHI Koichi, SHIKATA-YASUOKA kagari, ODANI Shingo
62(3) 141-149   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Banana farming, cultivars, uses, and marketing of Nkore in southwestern Uganda
ODANI Shingo, KOMATSU Kaori, SHIKATA-YASUOKA Kagari, SATO Yasuaki, KITANISHI Koichi
People and Culture in Oceania   34    Jun 2019   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Comparative study on the banana-farming complex in Uganda and Papua New Guinea
SATO Yasuaki, KOMATSU Kaori, ODANI Shingo, SHIKATA-YASUOKA Kagari, KITANISHI Koichi
8 Aug 2018   
Changes of Banana Complex under Globalization in Lowland Papua New Guinea: A Case Study in Markham Valley, Morobe Province
SHIKATA-YASUOKA Kagari, ODANI Shingo, KOMATSU Kaori, SATO Yasuaki, KITANISHI Koichi
21 Oct 2017   

Teaching Experience

 

Works

 
Agro-ecological and Ethnological Studies on the Diversity of Banana Cultivation
The Others   
Ethno-botanical Study on the domestication of banana
The Others