SATO Chiaki

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SATO Chiaki
Showa Women's University
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Social Welfare

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2006
Mar 2007
Research Assistant
Apr 2009
Mar 2014
Assistant Professor
Sep 2014
Mar 2017
Apr 2007
Mar 2015
Apr 2011
Mar 2012

Conference Activities & Talks

A Study of Sustainable Childcare Support for Deaf Women in Japan: A Case Analysis of Interview Survey
Hitomi YOSHIDA, Chiaki SATO
19th ARAHE International Biennial Congress   7 Aug 2017   Asian Regional Association for Home Economics
The Aim of this study is: First, to understand the child-rearing of deaf women and, second, to clarify the problems of their life with raising children. Method is a qualitative survey with the acknowledgment of the ethics committee. Semi-structure...
A study of Japanese Family Day Care Services An investigation of requirements for Family Day Care providers in Tokyo
17th ARAHE Biennial International Congress   Jul 2013   Asian Regional Association for Home Economics
This study is fieldwork in Small scale childcare service cases in Tokyo, and investigation into the actual circumstances of a prerequisite condition of providers in Tokyo. The purpose of this study is to contribute into Socialization of childcare ...
Perspective of Japanese work-life balance on couples' infant care -Case study of unemployed mothers and full-time fathers' time use
16th ARAHE International Biennial Congress   Jul 2011   Asian Regional Association for Home Economics
I analyzed the time use of couples in which the wife is unemployed and the husband works full-time, and grasp the actual circumstances of their lifestyle, in order to gain a broader perspective of work-life balance on couples' infant care.
Study on the work - life balance of couples' infant care in Japan -case study of the mothers / fathers involvement based on a time-use survey
15th ARAHE Biennial International Congress   Dec 2009   Asian Regional Association for Home Economics
The purpose of this report is to contribute ideas to promote Japanese work-life balance during childrearing and the father involvement by the couples' actual time-use on an infant care. Results indicate many fathers' long working hours and a high ...
The future's goal of the social support for fathers with father involvement in childrearing in Japan
Hiroko AMANO
IFHE XXI. World Congress   Jul 2008   International Federation for Home Economics
We analyzed the data by researching the government papers, field-works of autonomy (Fukui) and participating in NPO activities about social support for fathers in Japan.