MOCHIZUKI Akira

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Name
MOCHIZUKI Akira
E-mail
mochinagoya-ku.ac.jp
Affiliation
Nagoya Keizai University
Section
Faculty of Human Life and Sciences Department of Educare
Job title
associate professor
Degree
(BLANK), Master of Pedagogy(Nagoya University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1980
   
 
Entering to Graduate school of Nagoya University
 
1986
   
 
Lecturer, Hyogo College
 
1999
   
 
Associate professor, Osaka Prefecture University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1986
Graduate School, Division of Education, Nagoya University
 
 
 - 
1977
Faculty of Education, Shizuoka University
 

Misc

 
野澤 義隆, 大内 善広, 戸田 有一, 山本 理絵, 神谷 哲司, 中村 強士, 望月 彰
心理科学   37(1) 40-56   Jun 2016
神谷 哲司, 望月 彰, 大内 善広, 野澤 義隆, 山本 理絵, 戸田 有一
東北大学大学院教育学研究科研究年報   63(2) 373-388   Jun 2015
KUDO Hidemi, YAMAMOTO Rie, MOCHIZUKI Akira
人間発達学研究   (4) 9-24   Mar 2013
MOCHIZUKI Akira, KUDO Hidemi, YAMAMOTO Rie
人間発達学研究   (4) 47-64   Mar 2013
望月 彰
日本教育法学会年報   (39) 52-61   2010

Books etc

 
The Theory on the Support of Independence for the Children In Care
Minelva Shobo   2004   
The Rights of the Child and the Child Social Growing
Shinzansha   2002   
Catching the Weight of the Life-Humanrights of the Child and the Education in Hyogo-
Kobe Shimbun general press center   1997   
Home education and Out of school education, its idea and practice
1991   
Methodological frame of the study of social education in occupied Japan
1990   

Works

 
Osaka Child Network
2003
A Study for Youth Independence Support Home in Osaka
2004
A Study of Child Care
1999
An Integrated Study on the Children's Problem after world WarII and Child Welfare Law in Japan.
1994
Reconsideration on the Law and System of Social Education on the Life-long Learning Society
1994

Research Grants & Projects

 
Children and Social Education
Development Security for Children in need of protective Care
["Convention on the Rights of the Child" and Nursery Care
Study on the rights of the child
Project Year: 1980   
Study on the children living in the social institutions or the foster parents