MINAGAWA Shugo

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Name
MINAGAWA Shugo
Affiliation
Aichi Shukutoku University
Section
Faculty of Creativity and Culture, Department of Creativity and Culture
Job title
Dean. Graduate School of Global Culture and Communication
Degree
Ph. D.(Politics)(University of Wales(U.K.)), (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1974
 - 
1978
Research Assistant, Research Institute of Social Sciences, Australian National University
 
1990
 - 
2001
Professor Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
 
1987
 - 
1990
Australian Research Centre, Nanzan University
 
1992
 - 
1994
Director, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido Univ.
 
1995
 - 
1998
Executive Director, Priority Research Project, Ministry of Education
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1975
Russian Politics, Department of Political Science, Iustitute of Social Sciences, Australian National University
 
 
 - 
1961
Faculty of Laws, Waseda University
 

Misc

 
Informal groups and their role in the decision-making process
   1986
Personnel Policy under Gorbachev
   1988
Functions of Federal and Republican Supreme Soviets and Problems of Institutional Development.
27    1975
Conceptualization of Informal Group Behaviour under Gorbachev
7    1989
Political Reforms under Garbachev
10    1990

Books etc

 
Political clientelism in the USSR and Japan
George Allen and Uvwin, London   1983   
Soviet and East European Parliaments
1983   
Structure of mid-level leadership and its characteristics
1985   
Soviet Political System and its characteristics
1985   
Supreme Soviet Organs
1985   

Works

 
The Role of the Commission in the External Relations of the EEC
1968
Presidia and Standing Commissions of the Federal and Republican Supreme Soviets in the USSR, 1958〜1975
1975
Patron-client Relationships in the USSR
1980
Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World : Conditions for Existence and Coexistence
1995

Research Grants & Projects

 
Realignment of Russian Politics
Functions and Voting Behaviour in the State Duma
Mode of Political Leadership in the Transitional Period : The Case of Primorskii Krai