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Naoko Miyaji

Professor

Research and Publications

Publications

Books and chapters

Globalizing Feminist Bioethics., Westview Press, 2001 (co-authored )

Journal articles

・“Shifting identities and transcultural psychiatry”, Transcultural Psychiatry,   , Vol. 39, No. 2, 2002
・“Ethical Dilemmas in Medical Assistance at Refugee Camps:A Case in Djibouti.”, Inaga, Shigemi (ed.), Crossing Cultural Borders: Toward an Ethics of Inter-cultural Communication-Beyond Reciprocal Anthropology.,   , International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2001
・“Obstetric and Gynecological Problems of the foreigners in Japan.”, The Journal of Japan Association for International Health,   , Vol. 10, No. 1, 1996

Teaching

Graduate theses supervised

Naoko Miyaji was the principal supervisor for these theses. Theses written in English are marked with an asterisk.

Master theses
  • A life history of an Astrian woman confronting past political violence during the revolution, the civil war and the dictatorship in Spain (2011.2)
  • RETHINKING COMMUNITY COMPREHENSIVE CARE SYSTEM: THE CASE OF 30-40 YEARS OLD INDIVIDUALS WITH INTRACTABLE DISEASES (2011.2)
  • EMOTIONAL LABOR OF DOCTORS: CASE STUDIES OF GENERAL PRACTITIONER IN JAPAN (2011.2)
  • Who are the hospital directors ? (2010.2)
  • The relationship between university students’ attitudes towards sex and knowledge about Dating Violence: A survey (2009.2)
  • The Politics of Sex Around the “N...Sexes”: Reading Thought from the Law Concerning Special Rules Regarding Sex Status of a Person With Gender Identity Disorder (2009.2)
  • Perpetrator’s responsibility for sexual violence: Considering sexual violence against ‘Prostitutes’ (2009.2)
  • Various realities of "intersex" (2007.2)
  • Experiences of Yaeyama women in colonized Taiwan-stories of the place where gender crosses Colonialism- (2007.2)
  • Male sexuality in contemporaty Japan : An analysis of magazine articles (2006.2)
  • A pluralistic consideration of self-harming behavior in contemporary society (2005.2)
  • Rethinking academic harassment (2005.2)
  • Reconsidering breastfeeding promotion policies: The case of Malawi (2005.2)
  • Causes of divisions in the Rwandan community in Belgium (2004.2)
  • Human rights of rape victims under Japanese criminal law: Methods of guaranteeing human rights expressed in international human rights standards (2004.2)

Contact


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