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  MORIKI, Yoshie
   Senior Associate Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1.
Degree Acquisition
Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. (anthropology and demography)
2. 2000/01~2007/05 〔Doctoral course〕, Pennsylvania State University (Anthropology, Demography), Completed,
3. 1997/08~1999/12 〔Master degree program〕, Pennsylvania State University (Anthropology, Demography), Completed,
4. 1993/04~1997/03 Faculty of Modern Culture, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Graduated
■ Professional Background
1. 2007/04~2009/03 Nihon University Population Research Institute
■ Present Specialized Fields
Cultural anthropology (Key Word:Cultural anthropology , Demography) 
■ Main Course Titles
Principles of Anthropology, Demographic Anthropology
■ Books and Articles
1. Book “Sexless Marriages in Japan: Prevalence and Reasons." In Low fertility and Reproductive Health in East Asia. (Collaboration) 2014/10
2. Article “Impact of Mothering on Demographic Behaviors in Japanese Society: Labor Shortage and the Preference for Parent-Child Co-Sleeping.”  2013
3. Article “Mothering, Co-sleeping, and Sexless Marriages: Implications for the Japanese Population Structure.” (Single) 2012
4. Article Co-Residence among Bangkok Elderly: Implications of Children's Marital Status (Single) 2011/12
5. Article Health Status of Older Thais: Current Situation, Problems and Policy Implications, Emerging Issues of Health and Mortality in the Asian and Pacific Regio (Single) 2005/01
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2016/10/30 Coupling and Reproductive Ethics in Japan (The 10th International Conference on Applied Ethics: The Past, Present and Future of Applied Ethic)
2. 2016/01/23 Mothering and Work Detachment: Insight into Future of Female Labor Participation in Japan (International Symposium Family in Transition)
3. 2014/04/25 Happiness in “Endurance”: Impacts of Internalized Parenting Norms (International Conference Deciphering the Social DNA of Happiness: Life Course Perspectives from Japan (Vienna, Austria))
4. 2013/08/28 Impact of Mothering on Demographic Behaviors in Japanese Society: Labor Shortage and the Preference for Parent-Child Co-Sleeping (IUSSP International Population Conference (Busan, Korea))
5. 2012/06/02 Win-Win Relationships for Mothering and Family Policies
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. 2013/04~ International Union for Scientific Study of Population
2. 2009/12~ Asian Population Association
3. 2009/04~ The Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology
4. 2007/03~ American Anthropological Association
5. 2007/03~ Population Association of America
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■ Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1. 2012/04~2016/03  Mothering in Japanese Society: Its Cultural Value  (Key Word : )
■ E-Mail Addresses
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■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
00552340