OCHIAI Emiko

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Name
OCHIAI Emiko
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Graduate School of Letters, Department of Behavioral Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Sociology(The University of Tokyo)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1986
 - 
1987
Chief Researcher, Domestic Issues Research Institute,
 
 
   
 
      Hyogo Prefecture
 
1987
 - 
1988
Assistant Researcher, Doshisha Women's College
 
1988
 - 
1994
Full-time Lecturer, Doshisha Women's College
 
1993
 - 
1994
Visiting Researcher, Cambridge University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1987
Graduate School of Sociology, Graduate School, Division of Sociology, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1980
Sociology, Faculty of Literature, The University of Tokyo
 

Committee Memberships

 
1995
 - 
1998
Japan Sociological Society  director
 
1998
   
 
Japan Society of Family Sociology  director
 
1995
 - 
1998
Kansai Sociological Association  director
 

Awards & Honors

 
1994
The 14th Yamakawa Kikue Women's Issue Incentive Prize Fellowships
 

Published Papers

 
Leaving the West, rejoining the East?: Gender and family in Japan’s semi-compressed modernity
OCHIAI Emiko
International Sociology   (29) 209-228   2014   [Refereed]
Paradigm Shifts in Japanese Family Sociology
OCHIAI Emiko
International Journal of Japanese Sociology   (22) 104-127   2013   [Refereed]
Paradox of marriage in East Asia
OCHIAI Emiko
Journal for Family and Gender Studies   21(4) 84-91   2011   [Refereed]
From Foreign Trainees to Unauthorized Workers: Vietnamese Migrant Workers in Japan
Danièle Belanger, Kayoko Ueno, Khuat Thu Hong, OCHIAI Emiko
Asian and Pacific Migration Journal   20(1) 31-53   2011   [Refereed]
Love and Life in Southwestern Japan : the Story of a One-Hundred-Year-Old Lady
OCHIAI Emiko
Journal of Comparative Family Studies   42(3) 399-409   2011   [Refereed]
Unsustainable Societies: The Failure of Familialism in East Asia’s Compressed Modernity
OCHIAI Emiko
Historical Social Research   36(March) 219-245   2011   [Refereed]
Quitter l’Occident, rejoindre l’Orient : les « deux décennies perdues » dans l’évolution de la famille au Japon
OCHIAI Emiko
Ebisu : Études japonaises   (44) 185-204   2010   [Refereed]
Reconstruction of Intimate and Public Spheres in Asian Modernity: Familialism and Beyond
OCHIAI Emiko
Journal of Intimate and Public Spheres   (0) 2-22   2010   [Refereed]
Care Diamonds and Welfare Regimes in East and South-East Asian Societies: Bridging Family and Welfare Sociology
OCHIAI Emiko
International Journal of Japanese Sociology   (18) 60-78   2009   [Refereed]
The Postwar Japanese Family System in Global Perspective: Familism, Low Fertility, and Gender Roles,
OCHIAI Emiko
U.S.-Japan Women's Journal   (29) 3-36   2007   [Refereed]
Familles et communautés villageoises du Japon des Tokugawa, diversité géographique et évolutions historiques
OCHIAI Emiko
Ebisu : Études japonaises   (36)    2006   [Refereed]
Debates over the Ie and the Stem Family: Orientalism East and West
落合 恵美子
Japan Review, International Research Center for Japanese Studies,Vol.12, pp.105-127      2002
Myth and Reality of Asian Traditional Families: Living Arrangement of the Elderly in Tokugawa Japan
落合 恵美子
Journal of Asian-Pacific Studies, Asian-Pacific Center,Vo.9., pp.7-21      2001
Decent Housewives and Sensual White Women: Representations of Women in Postwar Japanese Magazines
落合 恵美子
Japan Review, International Research Center for Japanese Studies,Vol.9, pp.151-169      1997
Adoption as an heirship strategy under demographic constraints: A case from nineteenth-century Japan
落合 恵美子
co-authorship with Satomi Kurosu, Journal of Family History,20-3, pp.261-288      1995

Misc

 
House and the Stem Family in EurAsian Perspective
落合 恵美子
co-editorship with Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, the Proceedings of the C18 Session of the Twelfth International Economic History Congress held in Madrid, August 24-28.,      1998
The Logic of Female Succession
落合 恵美子
editorship, the Proceedings of the 19th International Research Symposium, IRCJS, held in Kyoto, January 10-13, 2002.,      2003

Books etc

 
Gender and Welfare State in East Asia: Confucianism or Equality?
OCHIAI Emiko (Part:Joint Work)
Palgrave.   2014   
Asian Women and Intimate Work
OCHIAI Emiko co-editorship with Kaoru Aoyama (Part:Editor)
Brill   2014   
Transformation of the Intimate and the Public in Asian Modernity
OCHIAI Emiko co-editorship with Hosoya Leo Aoi (Part:Joint Editor)
Brill   2014   
East Asian Gender in Transition,
OCHIAI Emiko (Part:Contributor, The Logics of Family and Gender Changes in Early 21st-Century East Asia)
Keimyung University Press.   2013   
The Stem Family in Eurasian Perspective: Revisiting House Societies, 17th-20th Centuries
OCHIAI Emiko co-editorship with Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux (Part:Joint Editor)
Peter Lang   2009   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Familialism as a cause of muen shakai (disconnected society): an ironical contradiction [Invited]
OCHIAI Emiko
インドネシア日本研究学会2013年シンポジウム「現代日本社会の無縁社会現象」   26 Nov 2013   
Socialist legacy in gender and family policies: Comparing transitional societies East and Wes [Invited]
OCHIAI Emiko
International Workshop on Vietnamese Families in the Context ofIndustrialization   6 Nov 2013   
How to approach gender and sexuality in Asia [Invited]
OCHIAI Emiko
The Center for Creative Initiatives in Health and Population(CCIHP) Seminar   10 Dec 2012   
The Paradox of Familialism: Why are the East Asian Societies Unsustainable?”, [Invited]
OCHIAI Emiko
International Symposium on Family Values in Korea, China and Japan   12 May 2011   

Works

 
Comparative Studies of Gender in Asian Societies
2001 - 2003

Research Grants & Projects

 
Comparative Studies of Gender in Contemporary Asia
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2001 - 2005