Support Program for Improving Graduate School Education

Iferites

We like to call the students in our program "Iferites".

2008 Iferites in Second Degree Programs

KITAGAWA Nao (Master's Program in Modern Languages and Cultures)
The relationship between children and adults in Norwegian juvenile literature
KUBO Tomoe (Master's Program in International Public Policy)
Invisibility of peripheral culture: A case ctudy of Hisabetsu-Buraku in Japan
MAEDA Yohei (Master's Program in International Public Policy)
Central Europe in the beginning of the 20th century and Pan-European movement: People and history of international relations-
MATSUURA Masanobu (Master's Program in International Public Policy)
New horizons of intelligence study on the Korean Peninsula
ODAGIRI Nami (Master's Program in International Area Studies)
Constructing a language policy model for human coexistence: the case of Kyrgyzstan
MIYAGAWA Motoyuki (Doctoral Program in Literature and Linguistics)
Research and investigation into the formation of the francophonie and the actual circumstances of the plurilinguism in Africa

2008 Iferites in Third Degree Programs

FURUTA Takashi (Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies)
The analysis of political, social, and cultural system in Japanese literary circles during Showa Era: Fukuda Tsuneari's "critique"
WANG bing (Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies)
Mass media and politics: How China's mass media can survive the dilemma between the commercialization and political control
KUBO Yoshiaki (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
Politics of tax policy in the Japanese cities: From the perspective of local political economy
IMAI Nobuharu (Doctoral Program in Philosophy)
A comprehensive study of "the spiritual world" in advanced capitalist countries: Popular culture, media space, New Age

2007 Iferites in Second Degree Programs

IINO Tomohiro (Doctoral Program in History and Anthropology)
Taiwan's social transfiguration in the international situation
LEE Kyoungtaek (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
A comparative study of the Confucius Institutes in Eastern Asia: Case of Japan and Korea
HAYASHI Yumiko (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
Illness narratives in medical care
MATSUEDA Sei (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
Study of effective utilization of Internet in Japan's suicide prevention measures
ISODA Saori (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
Interdisciplinary comparative study on the crisis of democratic representation in the Andean countries
IRIYAMA Miho (Doctoral Program in Literature and Linguistics)
Japanese launguage education in isolated areas: In terms of the development of local instructors
HASEGAWA Shiori (Doctoral Program in Literature and Linguistics)
The interface concerning the American West and Africa: American films produced around Progressivism era
SAITO Kazumi (Masterfs program in Area Studies)
The study of Longneck People tour: Cultural representation of the Kayan refugees in northern Thailand
TANAKA Takashi (Masterfs program in Area Studies)
Possibility of Japanese-language education: From the perspective of social development
TSAY Marina (Masterfs program in Area Studies)
Koreans of Uzbekistan: identity, language and culture

2007 Iferites in Third Degree Programs

WAKU Nozomi (Doctoral Program in Philosophy)
Philosophy of language in the medieval China and its eastern development
Huang Mei (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
The contemporary China's changes in political, economic, and social systems through actions taken by interests groups: Case study on textile industry groups in Zhejiang province-
MATSUMOTO Asuka (Doctoral Program in Modern Cultures and Public Policies)
Election rhetoric and the formation of national image: The televised US presidential debates of 1960 and 1976
FAN Dan (Doctoral Program in International Political Economy)
The process of market economy and the transformation of rural economy in China
HIGA Rima (Doctoral Program in International Political Economy)
A cultural anthropological study of the relationships between people and pigs/pork through the medium of the (five) senses in contemporary Okinawa: Adopting cognitive psychology

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