KIHARA Katsunobu

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Name
KIHARA Katsunobu
URL
http://www.geocities.jp/kihara0918/
Affiliation
Doshisha University
Section
Faculty of Social Studies Department of Social Welfare
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1995
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Doshisha University
 
 
 - 
1991
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Doshisha University
 
 
 - 
1989
Faculty of Literature, Doshisha University
 

Published Papers

 
A Comparison of Elder Care Between Hiroshima and Vancouver
Beverly Lee, Kiyoshi Kamo, Katsunobu Kihara
Japanese Journal of Social Services   137-152   2000

Misc

 
Power,Where does it Come From? :An Important Lesson by A.A.'s Philosophy for the Empowerment Approach to Social Work
(3) 203-212   1997
A mission of Christian social work against isolated society: listening to a cry of “a Geresa’s man”
Katsunobu KIihara
(第45号) pp.4-15.   2013

Books etc

 
"Social Work Education in Japan: Historical perspective"(Selwyn Stanley ed., Social Work Education in Countries of the East: Issues and Challenges.
New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.   2011   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
“The challenges of integrating Christian faith and social work practice in Japan: A historical review of Christian spirituality [Invited]
KIHARA Katsunobu
Social Work, Education and Social Development(SWSD,2016) promoting the dignity and worth of people ”   2016   
“An Outline and Mission of Japanese Society of Christian Social Welfare (JSCSW)”
KIHARA Katsunobu
Global Federation for Christians in Social Work and Social Welfare, the International Christian Social Work Forum   2011   
“Case Study of Spirituality Applied Japanese Christian” [Invited]
KIHARA Katsunobu
Christian Social Welfare Expo 2010   2010   
A Cross-cultural Comparison of Elder Care for Japanese in Japan and in Canada
The 14th International Congress Of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, The College of William & Mary,Virginia   1998   
“The challenges of integrating Christian faith and social work practice in Japan: A historical review of Christian spirituality”
NACSW, Indianapolis, Hilton Indianapolis. Indiana, USA.   2009   
Takashi Okura, Akiko Ichinose, Ran Tanabe, Katsunobu Kihara, Takeo Nakayama. "Bereaved Family Members’ Expressed Hopes for Information after Suicide in Japan: Focus Group Interviews with Survivors".
The 26th World Congress of The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP), Beijing, China   2011   
Applied Christian social work values in two cultures: Japan and America
NCCSW Convention 2001: Building Communities and Strengthening Families, San Antonio, Texas   2001   
Akiko Ichinose, Katsunobu Kihara ,”Integration of Christian Spiritual Care into Assisting the Relocation of Older Adults with Dementia”
NACSW, Sheraton Imperial Hotel, Durham, North Carolina   2011   
“A History of Social Welfare at Doshisha University: A Case Study”
NACSW’s Conventionin Annapolis, U.S.   2014   
”The Challenges of Today’s World: The Role of Christians in Social Welfare” “Japanese Christian Social Welfare: past, Present, and Future”
Social Work, Education and Social Development(SWSD,2016) "promoting the dignity and worth of people"   2016   
“The challenges of integrating Christian faith and social work practice in Japan: A historical review of Christian spirituality
Social Work, Education and Social Development(SWSD,2016) promoting the dignity and worth of people ”   2016   
"Bereaved Family Members’ Expressed Hopes for Information after Suicide in Japan: Focus Group Interviews with Survivors"
The 26th World Congress of The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP)   2011   
"Joseph Hardy Neesima and a brief history of social welfare at Doshisha University”
the 5th Chung-Ann & Doshisha University joint seminar   2013   
”The Challenges of Today’s World: The Role of Christians in Social Welfare” “Japanese Christian Social Welfare: past, Present, and Future”
Social Work, Education and Social Development(SWSD,2016) ”promoting the dignity and worth of people”   2016   
”The Challenges of Today’s World: The Role of Christians in Social Welfare” “Japanese Christian Social Welfare: past, Present, and Future”
Social Work, Education and Social Development(SWSD,2016) promoting the dignity and worth of people   2016   

Works

 
Edward Canda & Leola Furman, Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice: The Heart of Helping, Oxford University Press
2014