Name

KOJIMA, Hiroshi

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Social Sciences)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
kojima@waseda.jp

Address・Phone Number・Fax Number

Address
1-6-1 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-8050
Phone Number
+81-3-3203-4141
Fax Number
+81-3-3204-8962

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
90344241

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Social Sciences(Graduate School of Social Sciences)

Research Council (Research Organization)/Affiliated organization(Global Education Center)

Affiliated Institutes

台湾研究所

研究所員 2009-2011

台湾研究所

研究所員 2012-2013

台湾研究所

研究所員 2011-2012

アジア・ムスリム研究所

研究所員 2010-2014

トランスナショナルHRM研究所

研究所員 2013-2016

台湾研究所

研究所員 2013-2014

多民族・多世代社会研究所

研究所員 2016-2018

台湾研究所

研究所員 2014-2014

アジア・ムスリム研究所

プロジェクト研究所所長 2010-2014

台湾研究所

研究所員 2015-2016

トランスナショナルHRM研究所

研究所員 2016-

アジア・ムスリム研究所

研究所員 2015-2018

アジア・ムスリム研究所

プロジェクト研究所所長 2015-2018

アジア・ムスリム研究所

プロジェクト研究所所長 2019-2019

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

-1976 Waseda University School of Political Science and Economics Economics
-1979 Waseda University Graduate School, Division of Letters Sociology
-1982 Waseda University Graduate School, Division of Economics Applied Economics
-1992 Brown University Others Sociology/Demography

Degree

Ph.D. Coursework Brown University (USA) Sociology

M.A. Coursework Waseda University Sociology

Career

1981-Research Officer, Institute of Population Problems
1996-Director, Dept of Population Policy Studies, Institute of Population Problems
1996-Director, Dept of International Research and Cooperation, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research

Academic Society Joined

Japan Association for Migration Policy Studies Board Member

Population Association of Japan Board Member

Society for Comparative Family History Board Member

International Union for the Scientific Studies of Population

Asssociation Internationale des Demographes de Langue Francaise

Population Association of America

Asian Population Association Council Member

International Statistical Institute

Japan Statistical Society

Japan Economic Policy Association

Japanese Sociological Society

Japanese Society for Family Sociology

International Sociological Association

American Sociological Association

European Sociological Association

Research Field

Keywords

Population Policy,Migratio,Family Demography,Comparative Demography,Muslim Population

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Social sciences / Economics / Economic statistics

Social sciences / Economics / Economic policy

Social sciences / Sociology / Sociology

Research interests Career

1981-comparison of population policy

Current Research Theme Keywords:population policy, immigration policy, family policy, international comparison

Individual research allowance

1981-comparative analysis of microdata

Current Research Theme Keywords:microdata, JGSS, DHS, ESS

Cooperative Research within Japan

1981-international migration and international marriage

Current Research Theme Keywords:migration, marriage migration, foreigner, social integration, Muslims

Cooperative Research within Japan

1981-fertility decline and family policy

Current Research Theme Keywords:fertility decline, family policy, pronatalist policy

Cooperative Research within Japan

Paper

The Effects of Media Use on the Dietary Integration of the Second- Generation Muslim Youth in Europe

Hiroshi KOJIMA

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences 17(3) p.1-142017/07-

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Detail

Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal) ISSN:1345-7640

Outline:This study focuses on the effects of internet( new media) use on the dietary integration (halal food consumption and fasting during the last Ramadan) of the second-generation Muslim youth, applying comparable ordered logit models to TIES (2005─ 2007) survey data from Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. It also analyzes the effect of ethnic TV (old media) watching. The analysis has revealed rather consistent results across sexes and societies. The internet use for religious matters has positive effects on halal food consumption among Dutch and Belgian males and females, but it does not have significant effects among Germans. The internet use for leisure has negative effects among German males and females, but it does not have significant effects among Dutch and Belgians.  Watching ethnic TV for more than 3 hours per week has positive effects on halal food consumption among Belgian males and females. Watching ethnic TV for equal hours to or more hours than national TV has also positive effects on halal food consumption among German males and Dutch females. Therefore, the effect of new and old media use on dietary restrictions among the European Muslim youth depends on the ethno-religious context as well the market and media preparedness in an European country.

Policy-Related Correlates of Health Status and Concerns for Old Age in East Asia

Hiroshi KOJIMA

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences 17(1) p.1 - 342016/10-

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Detail

Publish Classification:Research paper(bulletin of university, research institution) ISSN:1345-7640

Outline:This study analyzes the policy-related correlates of health status and concerns for old age in East Asia (Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Mainland China), applying the multi-level analysis to microdata from the East Asian Social Survey conducted in 2010( EASS2010, Health Module). The six dependent variables include 1) subjective ill health, 2) no perceived limitation of daily activities due to pain, 3) the presence of a chronicle disease and the concerns for old-age 4) physical capacities, 5) decision-making capacities and 6) financial capacities. The five policy-related independent variables at the individual level include 1) being constrained to have only public health insurance, 2) having made efforts to reduce medical expenses, having perceived the seriousness of 3) air pollution, 4) water pollution and 5) noise nuisance. The community-level policy-related independent variables include the aggregation of the five individual-level policy-related variables for the municipality of residence as well as their interaction with the individual-level policy-related variables.  Control variables include dummies for age group, education level, self-rated socio-economic status and urban-rural residence. The results revealed that having made efforts to reduce medical expenses at the individual level tends to increase ill health and concerns for old age in the four societies, suggesting the rooms for improvements in the policy measures for medical services and health insurance. The municipality-level variables and its interaction with individual-level variables did not tend to have significant effects, possibly reflecting the reverse causation through migration.

International Migration and the Employment of Farm Workers by Farm Households

Hiroshi KOJIMA

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences 16(2/3) p.27 - 492016/07-

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Publish Classification:Research paper(bulletin of university, research institution) ISSN:1345-7640

Outline:The employment of farm workers by farm households has been on the increase during the past two decades in Japan even though most of them still rely totally or largely on family members’ labor supply. At least a part of the increase can be attributable to an increase in foreign “technical intern trainees,” but there is no direct information on the nationality of trainees at the farm household level. This study aims to assess the effects of foreign trainees in agriculture (and foreign spouses in rural areas) on the employment of farm workers by farm households in 12 prefectures with higher percentages of foreign trainees or spouses, applying the Zero-Inflated Poisson (ZIP) model to the microdata from the 2010 Agriculture Census and the municipality-level data on foreign population from the 2010 Population Census. The ZIP model reveals that the proportion of foreign population in the municipality population (random-effect variable) has negative effects on the employment of regular farm workers of both sexes by farm households in Hokkaido and Gunma Prefectures, while it has a negative effect on the employment of male regular workers and a positive effect on the employment of female regular workers in Chiba Prefecture. It has positive effects on the employment of temporary farm workers of both sexes in Hokkaido, Tokushima and Yamagata Prefectures and negative effects in Ibaraki and Chiba Prefectures. The effects of fixed-effect variables (the proportions of Chinese and Filipinos in foreign population and the percentages of women in Chinese and Filipino population) are in both directions depending on the prefecture and the gender of farm workers. The only relatively consistent effect across prefectures with a larger number of trainees turns out to be the negative effect of the percentage of women in Filipino population on the employment of temporary farm workers of both sexes. This may suggests that Filipino female trainees (and/or spouses) replace Japanese part-time workers to some extent.

The Family Composition of Farm Households and the Employment of Farm Workers: An Analysis of Microdata from the 2010 Agriculture Census

Hiroshi KOJIMA

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences 16(1) p.21 - 402015/12-

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Publish Classification:Research paper(bulletin of university, research institution) ISSN:1345-7640

Outline:Due to the extreme aging of heads of farm households, the employment of farm workers (including foreign “technical intern trainees”) has been on the increase during the past two decades even though most of them still rely totally or largely on family members. But among those farm households employing farm workers, the employment pattern depends on the family composition. This study aims to clarify the effects of family composition on the employment of farm workers by farm households, applying the Zero-Inflated Negative Binary (ZIMB) model to the microdata from the 2010 Agriculture Census. According to the results of the ZIMB model for the employment of regular farm workers by farm households, the households consisting of relatives tend not to employ regular farm workers possibly because of reverse causation (non-relative households may include live-in workers). The farm households whose “inheritors” live apart are somewhat more likely to hire regular workers possibly for the continuation of farm operation. They are highly likely to hire temporary workers probably due to the counting of adult children living apart with helping hands as temporary workers. At the same time, there is some indication that those farm workers include foreign “technical intern trainees” and foreign-origin spouses.

Religion and the Use of Family Policy Measures in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

KOJIMA, Hiroshi

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences(『早稲田社会科学総合研究』) 15(3) p.1 - 212015/03-

東アジアにおける宗教と健康—EASS2010の比較分析—

小島 宏

早稲田社会科学総合研究 15(2) p.1 - 322014/12-

The Effects of Religion on Fertility-Related Attitudes and Behavior in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

KOJIMA, Hiroshi

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences(『早稲田社会科学総合研究』) 15(1) p.1 - 262014/07-

日本・韓国・台湾のムスリム移動者におけるハラール食品消費行動の関連要因

小島 宏

早稲田社会科学総合研究 14(1) p.1 - 212013/07-

東アジアにおける子育て支援制度利用経験の関連要因

小島 宏

人口問題研究 69(1) p.67 - 932013/03-

Correlates of Cross-Border Marriages among Muslim Migrants in Tokyo Metropolitan Area: A Comparison with Seoul Metropolitan Area

KOJIMA, Hiroshi

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences(『早稲田社会科学総合研究』) 13(1) p.1 - 172012/08-

Religion and Attitudes toward Family Policies in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences(『早稲田社会科学総合研究』) 12(2) p.23 - 482011/12-

研究フォーラム アジア・ムスリム研究のはじまり

小島 宏

歴史と地理 (646(世界史の研究, No.228)) p.49 - 522011/08-

外国からの移動と健康——第6回「人口移動調査」(2006年)の分析結果を中心に——

小島 宏

人口問題研究 66(3) p.50 - 792010/09-

東アジアにおける同棲とその関連要因ーー学歴との関連を中心にーー

小島 宏

人口問題研究 66(1) p.17 - 482010/03-

在日ムスリムにおける就業行動の規定要因

小島 宏

早稲田社会科学総合研究 10(2) p.21 - 322009/11-

東アジアにおける就業と家族形成意識・行動——JGSS、TSCS、WMFES、EASSの比較分析——

小島 宏

早稲田社会科学総合研究 10(1) p.47 - 732009/07-

SARs国際会議「センサス・ミクロデータ:分析結果と将来」

小島 宏

人口学研究 (44) p.51 - 532009/05-

Gendered Determinants of Allergies in Japanese Families

Kojima, Hiroshi

Waseda Studies in Social Sciences (早稲田社会科学総合研究) 9(2) p.65 - 812008/12-

近年の日本の人口移動——第6回人口移動調査(2006年)の結果

西岡八郎・清水昌人・千年よしみ・小池司朗・小島宏

人口問題研究 64(4) p.35 - 632008/12-

日本と台湾における既婚女性の就業中断と出生--JGSSとTSCSの比較分析--

小島 宏

日本版General Social Surveys研究論文集 JGSSで見た日本人の意識と行動(大阪商業大学比較地域研究所) 7p.45 - 552008/03-

(住みよい少子化社会の形成:論点の背景)科学的根拠のある少子化対策を

小島 宏

NIRA政策レビュー (18) p.6 - 82007/08-

国際結婚夫婦の家族形成行動——日本と台湾の比較分析——

小島 宏

経済学論纂(中央大学) 47(3/4) p.175 - 1962007/03-

国際人口移動に関する国際協調は可能か——第39回国連人口開発委員会に参加して

小島 宏

週刊社会保障 60(2392) p.60 - 612006/07-

Population decline and its demographic correlates in Japan,” European Policy Centre

Kojima, Hiroshi

The Second EU-Japan Think tank Roundtable, Global Governance, Brussels, 14-15 November 2005, Conference papers, European Policy Centre (EPC Issue Paper) p.8 - 132006/04-

A Comparative Analysis of Fertility-Related Attitudes in Japan, Korea and Taiwan

Kojima, Hiroshi

F-GENS Journal (Ochanomizu University) (5) p.324 - 3362006/03-

Foreign Workers and Health Insurance in Japan: The Case of Japanese Brazilians

Kojima, Hiroshi

Japanese Journal of Population 4(1) p.78 - 922006/03-

Variations in Demographic Characteristics of Foreign ‘Muslim’ Population in Japan: A Preliminary Estimation

Kojima, Hiroshi

Japanese Journal of Population 4(1) p.115 - 1302006/03-

Return Migration of Japanese Managers and Their Health

Kojima, Hiroshi

Korean Journal of Industrial Relations 15(2) p.35 - 652005/12-

特集 韓国・台湾・シンガポール等における少子化と少子化対策に関する比較研究:少子化対策の潜在的効果の検討を中心とする序論

小島 宏

人口問題研究 62(2) p.1 - 222005/06-

Trends in International Migration and Migration Policy in France

Hiroshi KOJIMA

Toukei (Statistics) Invitation Yes 70(1) p.17 - 252019/01-

Detail

ISSN:06651-1

Books And Publication

Proceedings of the International Workshop on Halal Food Consumption in East and West (with Appendix of Survey Report)

Institute for Asian Muslim Studies, Waseda University (Hiroshi KOJIMA) ed.(Edit)

Institute for Asian Muslim Studies, Waseda University2018/03-

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Detali

Scholarly BookTotal Number of Pages:262Responsible Number of Pages:1-6, 49-62, A1-A66ISBN:978-4-9907402-4-5

Report of the Survey on Muslim Students in Japan (2013-2014)

KOJIMA, Hiroshi, Jin NODA, Hirofumi OKAI and Yukari SAI

Institute for Asian Muslim Studies, Waseda University (Research Paper Series, Vol.4)2015/02-

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ISBN:978-4-9907402-3-8

東亜的男女同居及其人口学意義

小島 宏(王偉訳)

王偉(主編)『中日韓人口老齢化与老年人問題』中国社会科学出版社, pp.61-102.2014/05-

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ISBN:978-7-5161-4132-8

Variations in Islamic Faith and Practice among Muslim Immigrants: A Comparative Analysis of East Asia and Europe

Kojima, Hiroshi

Organization for Islamic Area Studies, Waseda University and Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya (eds.), Islam and Multiculturalism: Coexistence and Symbiosis, JSPS Asia and Africa Science Platform Program, Tokyo: Organization for Islamic Area Studies, Waseda University, pp.7-152014/03-

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ISBN:978-4-904039-81-6

世界の宗教別人口のデータと将来推計

小島 宏

早瀬保子・小島宏編『世界の宗教と人口』原書房, pp.1-29.2013/07-

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ISBN:978-4-562-09192

日仏両国におけるカップル形成・出生行動とその関連要因

小島 宏

井上たか子編『フランス女性はなぜ結婚しないで子どもを産むのか』勁草書房, pp.29-57.2012/10-

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ISBN:978-4-326-00000-0

内外で利用可能なミクロデータと利用例

小島 宏

安藏伸治・小島宏編『ミクロ計量人口学』原書房, pp.25-47.2012/04-

Detali

ISBN:978-4-562-09183-6

Differences in Demographic Behaviors between Muslims and Non-Muslims in a Non-Muslim Society: A Case Study of Singapore

Kojima, Hiroshi

FUKAMI Naoko and SATO Shohei (eds.), Islam and Multiculturalism: Between Norms and Forms, JSPS Asia and Africa Science Platform Program, Tokyo: Organization for Islamic Area Studies, Waseda University, pp.63-702012/03-

Detali

ISBN:978-4-904039-52-6

中東・北アフリカ:イスラームと人口

小島 宏

早瀬保子・大淵寛編『世界主要国・地域の人口問題』原書房, pp.127-1592010/09-

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ISBN:978-4-562-09170-6

アンケート調査結果3カ国比較

小島 宏

内閣府政策統括官(共生社会政策担当)(2009)『アジア地域(韓国、シンガポール、日本)における少子化対策の比較調査研究報告書』, pp.372-4042009/11-

おわりに:歴史人口学と家族史研究の架橋に貢献した人々

小島 宏

落合恵美子・小島宏・八木透(編)(2009)『歴史人口学と比較家族史』早稲田大学出版部, pp.333-3352009/08-

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ISBN:978-4-657-09702-6

外国からの移動

小島 宏

国立社会保障・人口問題研究所編『日本における近年の人口移動——第6回人口移動調査——』厚生統計協会, pp.43-48.2009/04-

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ISBN:978-4-87511-415-4

Family Formation Behaviors of Couples in International Marriages: A Comparative Analysis of Japan and Taiwan

Kojima, Hiroshi

Hong-Zen Wang and Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao (eds.), Cross-Border Marriages with Asian Characteristics. Taipei: Academia Sinica, pp.107-146.2009-

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ISBN:978-986022171-8

日本・韓国・台湾における子どもの必要性意識と性別選好

小島 宏

谷岡一郎・仁田道夫・岩井紀子(編)『日本人の意識と行動 日本版総合的社会調査JGSSによる分析』東京大学出版会2008/01-

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ISBN:978-4-13-056101-3

結婚戦略 家族と階級の再生産

ピエール・ブルデュー著/丸山茂・小島宏・須田文明(訳)

藤原書店2007/12-

Detali

ISBN:978-4-89434-605-5

L’augmentation rapide de population musulmane au Japon : une dynamique démographique

Kojima, Hiroshi

AIDELF (éd.), Les migrations internationales : observation, analyse et perspectives, AIDELF/PUF2007/05-

Detali

ISBN:2-9521220-3-2

Contexual Analysis of Allergies in Japan, Drawing on the JGSS-2002 and the PRTR Macro-Data

Kojima, Hiroshi

A. F. Militino et al. (eds.), International Workshop on Spatio-Temporal Modelling (METMA3), Pamplona, Spain, 27th, 28th, and 29th September 2006, Instituto de Estadistica de Navarra2006/09-

Detali

ISBN:84-9769-139-3

Déterminants environnementaux de la santé infantile et maternelle dans les pays asiatiques

Kojima, Hiroshi

AIDELF (éd.), Enfants d’aujourd’hui: diversité des contextes, pluralité des parcours, AIDELF/PUF2006/07-

Detali

ISBN:2-9521220-1-6

国際人口移動に関する世論と移民の社会的統合——ヨーロッパの経験

小島 宏

吉田良生・河野稠果(編)『国際人口移動の新時代』原書房2006/05-

Detali

ISBN:4-562-09111-8

日本における人口減少と人口関連現象

小島 宏

国際交流基金総合研究開発機構(NIRA)European Policy Centre (EPC) (編)『第2回日-EUシンクタンク円卓会議 報告書/The Second Japan-EU Think Tank Roundtable Report』国際交流基金 日本研究・知的交流部2006/03-

Population Decline and Its Demographic Correlates in Japan

Kojima, Hiroshi

Japan Foundation, NIRA, and EPC (eds.), The Second Japan-EU Think Tank Roundtable Report, Japan Foundation2006/03-

Basic Skills, Thinking Skill, and Competencies of Skilled Workers: A Comparative Analysis of Thailand with East Asia and Other Southeast Asia Countries

Kojima, Hiroshi

Kua Wongboonsin, Philip Guest (eds.), The Demographic Dividend: Policy Options for Asia, College of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University, pp.129-1702005/05-

Detali

ISBN:974-13-3465-6

日本と台湾における結婚行動の規定要因--NFRJ-S01とTSCS-2001の比較分析--

小島 宏

熊谷苑子・大久保孝治編『コーホート比較による戦後日本の家族変動の研究(全国調査「戦後日本の家族の歩み」報告書No.2)』 日本家族社会学会・全国家族調査(NFRJ)委員会2005/05-

アレルギー疾患の規定要因--JGSS-2002の予備的分析と探索的コンテクスチュアル分析--

小島 宏

大阪商業大学比較地域研究所編『日本版General Social Surveys研究論文集[4]JGSSで見た日本人の意識と行動』大阪商業大学比較地域研究所2005/03-

アジアの少子化と少子化対策

小島 宏

店田廣文編『アジアの少子高齢化と社会・経済発展』早稲田大学出版部2005/02-

Encyclopedia of Population Science

Population Association of Japan(Sharing writing)

Maruzen Publishing Co.2018/11-

Detali

Total Number of Pages:800Responsible Number of Pages:402-403, 662-663ISBN:978-4-621-30307-8

Outline:"Religious Demography"; "Projections by Characteristics: Race, Language and"Religious Demography"; "Projections by Characteristics: Race, Language and..."Religious Demography"; "Projections by Characteristics: Race, Language and Religion"

Lecture And Oral

The Changes in the Correlates of Religious Dietary Restrictions among the Muslim Youth

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 91st Annual Meeting of the Japan Sociological Society(Tjhe Japan Sociological Society)2018/09/22

Detail

National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Kobe

Changes in the Correlates of Religious Dietary Restrictions among the First- and Second-Generation Muslim Youth in France.

Hiroshi KOJIMA

ESA RN 34 - Mid-term Conference “Religions and Identities in the European Migration Crisis,” August - 1 September 2018, University of Turin, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Turin, Italy2018/08/31

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Italy

The Effects of Siblings on the Dietary Integration of the Second-Generation Muslim Youth in Europe

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The ASA 113th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 11-14, 2018(American Sociological Association)2018/08/12

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Philadelphia Philadelphia

Demographic Correlates of Religious Dietary Restrictions among First- and Second-Generation Muslims in France in the Early 1990s the 4th Asian Population Association Conference, 11-14 July, 2018, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China (2018.7.13).

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 4th Asian Population Association Conference, 11-14 July, 2018, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China(The Asian Population Association)2018/07/13

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Shanghai

Correlates of the Use of Family Policy Measures in Japan and Korea: Comparative Analysis of the 2005 and 2009 Survey Data.(2018.7.12).

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 4th Asian Population Association Conference, 11-14 July, 2018, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China(The Asian Population Association)2018/07/12

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Shanghai

The Concepts, Theories and Comparative History of Fertility and Family Policies

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 63th Spring Meeting of the Japan Society for Comparative Family History(The Japan Society for Comparative Family History)2018/06/16

Detail

National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Okayama

Changes in the Correlates of Religious Dietary REstrictions among Firs- and Second-Generation Muslim Migrants

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 70th Annual Meeting of the Population Association of Japan(The Population Association of Japan)2018/06/02

Detail

National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Urayasu

The Dietary Restrictions among the First- and Second-Generation Muslim Migrantsin France in the late 2000s

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 34th Annual Meeting of the Japan Association for Middle Eastern Studies(The Japan Association for Middle Eastern Studies)2018/05/13

Detail

National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Tokyo

The Correlates of Wearing Religious Symbols among Muslim Migrants and Their Descendants in France

Hiroshi KOJIMA

2017 Eastern Japan Regional Meeting of the Population Association of Japan(The Population Association of Japan)2017/12/03

Detail

National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Sapporo

The Correlates of Religious Dietary Restrictions among First- and Second-Generation Muslim Migrants in France in the early 1990s

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 90th Annual Meeting of the Japan Sociological Society(The Japan Sociological Society)2017/11/05

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National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Tokyo

Changes in the Correlates of Dietary Behaviors among Second-Generation Muslims in France: Re-Islamization or Demographic Changes?, Seoul, Korea (2017.9.23).

Hiroshi KOJIMA

the 2017 International Conference of the Korean Association of the Middle East Studies, 22-24 September 2017(The Korean Association of the Middle East Studies)2017/09/23

The Family-Related Correlates of the Religious Dietary Restrictions among the Second-Generation Muslim Migrants

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 27th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Family Sociology(The Japan Society for Family Sociology)2017/09/10

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National conferenceOral presentation(invited, special)Venue:Kyoto

'Third Demographic Transition’ and the Changes in Correlates of Religious Dietary Restrictions among Second-Generation Muslims in France

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The British Society for Population Studies 2017 Conference, University of Liverpool, 6-8 September 2017(The British Society for Population Studies)2017/09/06

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Sibling Configuration and Dietary “Re-islamization” among Second-Generation Muslim Youth in Europe

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Athens, Greece, 29 Aug. - 01 Sept. 2017(European Sociological Association)2017/09/01

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National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Athens

The Effects of Media Use on Dietary Integration among Muslim Youth in Europe

Hiroshi KOJIMA

American Sociological Association 112th Annual Meeting(American Sociological Association)2017/08/15

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Montreal

"Third Demographic Transition" in France and Changes in the Dietary Restrictions among the Second-Generation Muslim Migrants in France

Hiroshi KOJIMA

The 69th Annual Meeting of the Population Association of Japan(The Population Association of Japan)2017/06/11

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National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Sendai

Koran Lessons during Childhood and Islamic Dietary Restrictions among Second-Generation Muslim Youth in Western Europe

Hiroshi KOJIMA

2017/05/14

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National conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Fukuoka

ICT Use and Halal Food Consumption among Muslim Youth in the European Sharing Economy

Hiroshi Kojima

3rd Halal Marketing and Tourism Research Symposium(University of Canterbury)2016/12/02

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Christchurch

Changes in the Use of Family Policy Measures in Japan and Korea

Hiroshi Kojima

5th CIFA Regional Symposium 2016(CIFA)2016/11/04

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Seoul

New and Old Media and Halal Food Consumption among European Muslim Youth: Implications for Globalized Food Processing Industries

Hiroshi Kojima

15th International Conference of the Japan Economic Policy Association(Japan Economic Policy Association)2016/10/29

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Onuma, Hokkaido

Halal food consumption among Muslim migrants in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan

Hiroshi Kojima

2016 International Metropolis Conference(International Metropolis)2016/10/26

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Hokkaido

Dietary ‘Re-islamization’ among Second-Generation Muslim Youth in Europe: Do Birth Order and Sibship Size Matter?

Hiroshi Kojima

18th Nordic Migration Conference(Nordic Migration Society)2016/08/11

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Oslo

International Migration and the Employment of ‘Workers’ By Farm Households in Japan

Hiroshi Kojima

3rd ISA Forum of Sociology(ISA)2016/07/12

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Vienna

Families, Friends or Foods?: Correlates of Integration and Wellbeing Among Muslim Immigrants in East Asia

Hiroshi Kojima

3rd ISA Forum of Sociology(ISA)2016/07/11

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Vienna

The Effects of Transnational Family on Halal Food Consumption among Muslim Immigrants in East Asia

Hiroshi Kojima

CRFR International Conference “Unequal Families and Relationships”(CRFR (Edinburgh University))2016/06/14

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Edinburgh

Cohabitation and Family Formation in Asia and Europe

Hiroshi Kojima

CRFR International Conference “Unequal Families and Relationships”(CRFR (Edinburgh University))2016/06/14

Internet Use and Dietary Integration of Second-Generation Muslim Youth in Europe

Hiroshi Kojima

IUSSP Seminar on Social Media and Demographic Research: Applications and Implications(IUSSP)2016/05/17

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Cologne

The Effects of Cohabitation on Family Formation in Asia and Europe

Hiroshi KOJIMA

Dutch Demography Day 2015(Netherlands Demographic Society)2015/11/25

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International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Utrecht

Outline: This study presents the results from a comparative analysis of the effects of premarital cohabitation on the timing of family formation in Asia and Europe, applying proportional hazard models to microdata from the 2009 (Japan, South Korea and Singapore) and 2005 (Japan, South Korea, France, Sweden and the U.S.) surveys on family policy, which were conducted by the Cabinet Office (Japanese Government). The results reveal that premarital cohabitation tends to have positive (hastening) effects on the timing of marriage and childbearing among Japanese men and women as well as Singaporean women, but negative effects on the timing of childbearing among Korean men and women. While premarital cohabitation tends to have negative (delaying) effects on the timing of childbearing among male and female college graduates in Japan and female college graduates in Singapore, it tends to have positive effects among male college graduates in South Korea. Premarital cohabitation has positive effects on the timing of marriage and childbearing among French men and Swedish men and women. It also has a positive effect on the timing of marriage among French women including college graduates and a negative effect on the timing of marriage among Swedish male college graduates.

Transnational Family and Halal Food Consumption among Muslim International Students

The 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association 2015, 25-28 August, Prague2015/08/28

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Household Structure and Halal Food Consumption among Muslim Immigrants in East Asia

The 3rd APA International Conference, 27-30 July, 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2015/07/28

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Religion and Health in East Asia: A Comparative Analysis of the EASS2010

The 3rd APA International Conference, 27-30 July, 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2015/07/28

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Correlates of Halal Food Consumption in Japan, Korea and Taiwan: with Special Reference to the Effects of Transnational Family

The 10th Conference of Asian Federation of Middle East Studies Associations (AFMA), Kyoto University, December 13-14, 20142014/12/13

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Halal Food Consumption among Muslim Migrants in Tokyo, Seoul, and Taipei Metropolitan Areas

World Congress of Middle Eastern Studies (WOCMES4), Ankara, 18-22 August 20142014/08/21

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Halal Food Consumption among Muslim Migrants in Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei and a Chinese City: A Comparative Analysis of Correlates

XVIII World Congress of Sociology, Pacifico Yokohama2014/07/19

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Correlates of Work Behaviors among Muslim Migrants in Japan, South Korean and Taiwan

XVIII World Congress of Sociology, Pacifico Yokohama2014/07/16

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Halal Food Consumption among Muslim Migrants in East Asia

International Symposium “Halal Food Consumption in Western Europe and East Asia,” Waseda University, Tokyo, 4 March 20142014/03/04

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The Effects of Religion on Fertility-Related Attitudes in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

International Conference on Discrepancies between Behavior and Attitudes toward Marriage and Fertility in Asia, 13-14 February 2014, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore2014/02/14

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Variations in the Islamic Faith and Practice among Muslim Immigrants: A Comparative Analysis of East Asia and Europe

International Seminar on Islam and Multiculturalism: Coexistence and Symbiosis, 20 -21 December 2013, Waseda University2013/12/20

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Correlates of Halal Food Consumption Behaviors among Muslim Migrants in East Asia

Colloque International, <<Vous avez dit halal? Normativites Islamiques, Mondialisation, Secularisation >>, College de France, Paris, 7-8 Novembre 20132013/11/08

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Premarital Cohabitation and the Timing of Family Formation in East Asia and the West

27th IUSSP International Population Conference, BEXCO, Busan, August 26-31, 20132013/08/28

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Correlates of Cross-Border Marriages among Muslim Migrants in Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei

ISA RC41 (Sociology of Population) Side Meeting of the IUSSP Population Conference, BEXCO, Busan, 26 August 20132013/08/26

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"Religion and the Use of Family Policy Measures in Japan, South Korea and Singapore"

International Conference on Demographic and Institutional Changes in Global Families, March 28-30, Academia Sinica, Taipei2013/03/28

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Religion and the Timing of Family Formation in East Asia

The 2012 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of Korea, BEXCO, Busan, 7-8 September 20122012/09/07

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Partnership Status and Attitudes toward Family Policies in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

The 2nd Asian Population Association Conference, Bangkok, 26-29 August 20122012/08/28

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Religion and Partnership Behaviors in Japan, South Korea and Singapore: A Comparative Analysis focusing on the Effects of Religion by Age

40th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology (IIS), 16-19 February, New Delhi2012/02/17

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Family Formation Behaviors of Muslims and Non-Muslims in Singapore

The 2011 Thai National Symposium on Population Studies, 16 - 17, February 2012, Twin Towers Hotel, Bangkok2012/02/16

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Differences in Demographic Behaviors between Muslims and Non-Muslims in a Non-Muslim Society: a Case Study of Singapore

International Seminar on Islam and Multiculturalism: Between Norms and Forms, 26 -27 November 2011, Waseda University2011/11/26

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Correlates of Cross-Border Marriages among Muslim Migrants in Tokyo Metropolitan Area

IUSSP Seminar on Global Perspectives on Marriage and International Migration, Seoul, 20-21 October 20112011/10/20

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Religion and Attitudes toward Family Policies in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

ISA RC06 – CFR Kyoto Seminar 2011 on Reconstruction of Intimate and Public Spheres in a Global Perspective, Kyoto University, September 12th – 14th, 20112011/09/12

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The Effects of Premarital Cohabitation on Family Formation Behaviors in East Asia and the West

58th World Statistical Congress of the International Statistical Institute (ISI 2011), Dublin, 21-16 August 20112011/08/22

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Comparative Analysis of Cohabitation in East Asia and in the West

Invited Lecture at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, 16 November 20102010/11

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Correlates of Cohabitation and Their Policy Implications in Japan, South Korea and Singapore

Asian Population Association Conference 2010, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, 16-20 November2010/11

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Cross-Border Marriage and Work Behavior among Male Muslim Migrants in Japan

Asian Population Association Conference 2010, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, 16-20 November2010/11

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Variations in Islamic Faith and Practice among Muslim Immigrants: A Comparative Analysis of Europe and Japan

105th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 14-17, 2009, Atlanta2010/08

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Determinants of Islamic Religiosity among Muslim Immigrants in Japan and Europe

World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, Barcelona, July 19th – 24th, 20102010/07

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Determinants of Islamic Beliefs and Practices of Muslim Migrants in Japan

XXVI International Population Conference, 27 September- 2 October 2009, Marrakech, Morocco2009/10

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Determinants of Attitudes toward Immigration among Europeans and Japanese, drawing on the ESS-2002/2003 and the JGSS-2003

XXVI International Population Conference, 27 September- 2 October 2009, Marrakech, Morocco2009/09

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A Comparative Analysis of Variations in Islamic Faith and Practice among Muslim Immigrants in Europe and Japan

9th Conference of the European Sociological Association, 02-05 September 2009, Lisboa, Portugal2009/09

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Determinants of Family Status among Muslim Migrants in Tokyo Metropolitan Area

104th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 8-11, 2009, San Francisco2009/08

Citizenship Implications of Pronatalistic Family Policies in Japan

International Conference, "Contested Citizenship in East Asia," Seoul, May 28-29, 20092009/05

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Gendered Determinants of Allergies in Japanese Families

CFR Conference, “Family Diversity and Gender,” ISCSP, Lisbon, Portugal, September 9-132008/09

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A Comparative Analysis of Attitudes toward Children in East Asia

CFR Conference, “Family Diversity and Gender,” ISCSP, Lisbon, Portugal, September 9-132008/09

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Determinants of Religious Beliefs and Practices of Muslim Migrants in Tokyo Metropolitan Area

First ISA Forum of Sociology, Barcelona, Spain, September 5-8, 20082008/09

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Globalization of “Labor” in Japan and Taiwan: A Comparative Analysis of Family Formation in Internationally Married Couples

First ISA Forum of Sociology, Barcelona, Spain, September 5-8, 20082008/09

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A Comparative Analysis of Determinants of Environmental Attitudes in Four Capitals in East Asia

First ISA Forum of Sociology, Barcelona, Spain, September 5-8, 20082008/09

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Family Formation of ‘Foreign Brides’ in Japan and Taiwan: A Comparative Analysis of Two Types of Censuses

SARs 2008 Conference, “Census Microdata: Findings and Future,” University of Manchester, 1-3 September 20082008/09

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Determinants of Environmental Attitudes in Four Capitals in East Asia: A Comparative Analysis

The 3rd East Asian Symposium on Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Hitotsubashi University, February 19-21, 20082008/02

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A Comparative Analysis of Attitudes toward Immigration among Europeans and Japanese, drawing on the ESS-2002/2003 and JGSS-2003

The 8th European Sociological Association Conference, Glasgow, 3-6 September 20072007/09

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A Comparative Analysis of Fertility-Related Attitudes in Japan, Korea and Taiwan

EASS Symposium on East Asian Societies and the Family, July 17, 2007, Hong Kong2007/07

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Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Evaluation of Policies for Multi-cultural Society toward Muslim communities in Japan

2009-2011

Allocation Class:¥4290000

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Socio-economic Activities and Religious Network of Muslims living in Japan

2007-2008

Allocation Class:¥4550000

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Change of Japanese Agriculture due to Introduction of Foreign Labors

2018/-0-2021/-0

Allocation Class:¥16900000

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Survey on conciousness of Muslims living in Japan and Reconsideration of multicultural policies

2012/-0-2015/-0

Allocation Class:¥5070000

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出生・家族政策の効果に関する国際比較研究:内閣府ミクロデータを中心とする実証分析

2018

Research Results Outline:本研究では出生・家族政策の効果に関する国際比較研究の一環として内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査等のミクロデータの比較実証分析を本研究では出生・家族政策の効果に関する国際比較研究の一環として内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査等のミクロデータの比較実証分析を行いKojima (2018a)として国外学会で報告した。また、文献研究としては国内学会でシンポジ...本研究では出生・家族政策の効果に関する国際比較研究の一環として内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査等のミクロデータの比較実証分析を行いKojima (2018a)として国外学会で報告した。また、文献研究としては国内学会でシンポジウム組織者として報告した(小島 2018)。それに基づく序章を含む『人口政策』という書物(小島・廣嶋 2019)を編集中で、2019年秋には刊行予定である。出生・家族政策全般の文献研究は大きく進めたものの、国際人口移動政策の文献研究・実証研究を並行して進めたため(Kojima 2018b, c, d, 小島 2019)、効果に関する実証研究が深化しなかった。

東アジアの人的資源開発における早稲田大学の役割

2007

Research Results Outline: 本研究では韓国・台湾における人的資源開発に対する早大の寄与を定量的に明らかにするための予備的研究として、台湾で約20名の台湾人校友に対する面接調査を 本研究では韓国・台湾における人的資源開発に対する早大の寄与を定量的に明らかにするための予備的研究として、台湾で約20名の台湾人校友に対する面接調査を行うとともに、1993年韓国校友会名簿と2001年韓国校友会名簿をつき合わせて名寄せをし、韓国人校... 本研究では韓国・台湾における人的資源開発に対する早大の寄与を定量的に明らかにするための予備的研究として、台湾で約20名の台湾人校友に対する面接調査を行うとともに、1993年韓国校友会名簿と2001年韓国校友会名簿をつき合わせて名寄せをし、韓国人校友の職業経歴を明らかにすることにより、韓国人・台湾人校友の人的資源形成に対する早大留学の効果を探ることを試みた。また、台湾・韓国訪問により各国校友会の協力を得て、既存の帰国留学生調査や台湾人校友の面接結果を踏まえて設計した調査票を用いた「早稲田大学の韓国・台湾校友の留学・仕事に関する比較調査」を実施した。成功者だけを定性的に研究するのではなく、各国の校友全体と対比しながら代表性のある客観的な形で早大卒業の個人や社会への寄与を定量的に明らかにすることを目指した。 しかし、2003年に法人化された台湾校友会は積極的に加入した校友しか入会していないため、会員が高い社会経済的地位の校友や日本と関連がある仕事をしている校友に偏っており、名簿を用いた客観的な定量分析が難しいことが判明した。また、同様の理由で面接に応じてくれた台湾人校友も校友会役員を中心とする経営者、自営業者、日系企業勤務者に偏っていたため、面接結果を一般化しにくいことも明らかになった。さらに、基になった1990年の早大校友名簿の問題であるが、1993年韓国校友会名簿に掲載された古い校友は必ずしも存命中でなく、2001年名簿に記載されていない場合が多いし、記載されていても高齢で同じ勤務先等が記載されている場合が多いことも判明した。その上、2001年名簿で氏名や職業が初出の比較的新しい校友も多く、2時点の職業がわかる校友が少ないし、両方に職業が掲載された校友は高齢者や大学関係者に偏っていることも明らかになった。以上の結果、両国において職業経歴を客観的に定量分析するのが難しいことが判明した。なお、校友比較調査は2月末から3月初めに着手されたため、まだ調査票が回収されていないが、調査票を返送する校友の属性にも偏りがある可能性が強い。

ミクロデータによる宗教と人口に関する国際比較研究(3)

2017

Research Results Outline:本研究では宗教と人口・家族政策の関係については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査のミクロデータを比較分析し、結果をKojima 本研究では宗教と人口・家族政策の関係については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査のミクロデータを比較分析し、結果をKojima (2018b)として国外の学会で報告予定である。また、文献研究としては小島(2018)として学会報...本研究では宗教と人口・家族政策の関係については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査のミクロデータを比較分析し、結果をKojima (2018b)として国外の学会で報告予定である。また、文献研究としては小島(2018)として学会報告予定である。国際人口移動者の社会統合政策については欧州のTIES調査のミクロデータを比較分析し、結果をKojima (2017) として刊行し、日韓台ムスリム移民比較調査のミクロデータと欧州のMGIS調査とMHSM調査のミクロデータを用いて国際人口移動と宗教の関係についての比較分析をし、結果をKojima (2018a)として刊行した。

ムスリム・マイノリティのハラール食品消費行動の関連要因:東アジアと西欧の比較研究

2014Collaborator:岡井 宏文

Research Results Outline: 本研究では東アジア・西欧各国のムスリム・マイノリティのハラール食品消費行動について定量的・定性的分析を行った。定量的分析としては先行研究で 本研究では東アジア・西欧各国のムスリム・マイノリティのハラール食品消費行動について定量的・定性的分析を行った。定量的分析としては先行研究で実施された東アジア調査データの二次分析(小島 2014a, Kojima 2014a,2014b)... 本研究では東アジア・西欧各国のムスリム・マイノリティのハラール食品消費行動について定量的・定性的分析を行った。定量的分析としては先行研究で実施された東アジア調査データの二次分析(小島 2014a, Kojima 2014a,2014b)、特に滞日ムスリム留学生調査データの分析を行い(小島 2014b, Kojima 2014c)、その結果の一部を調査報告書(Kojimaet al. 2015)に反映させた。定性的分析としては東アジア・西欧に関する文献・史料研究に重点を置いて実施した。以上の分析結果を学会等で報告し、研究会(森一橋大学准教授)等を開催するとともに科研費申請のための準備を行った。 

ミクロデータによる宗教と人口に関する国際比較研究

2015

Research Results Outline:本研究では結婚、健康については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査、東アジア社会調査のミクロデータを分析し、Kojima (201本研究では結婚、健康については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査、東アジア社会調査のミクロデータを分析し、Kojima (2015a, 2015b)として学会報告した。国際人口移動については日韓台ムスリム移民比較調査や滞日ムス...本研究では結婚、健康については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査、東アジア社会調査のミクロデータを分析し、Kojima (2015a, 2015b)として学会報告した。国際人口移動については日韓台ムスリム移民比較調査や滞日ムスリム留学生調査のミクロデータを分析し、小島(2015)として国内の学会で報告した。また、内閣府調査のとムスリム移民比較調査の分析結果を6月にCRFR 国際会議で報告する。さらに、在外研究開始後に利用可能となった欧州のTIES、MGIS、TeO調査のミクロデータを用いた国際人口移動と宗教の関係に関する研究に着手し、分析結果を内外の学会等で報告する。

ミクロデータによる宗教と人口に関する国際比較研究(2)

2016

Research Results Outline:本研究では結婚、家族、健康については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査のミクロデータを分析してKojima (2016a, 20本研究では結婚、家族、健康については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査のミクロデータを分析してKojima (2016a, 2016c)として国外で学会報告し、東アジア社会調査のミクロデータを分析して小島(2016a)として刊...本研究では結婚、家族、健康については内閣府「アジア地域における少子化対策の比較調査」付帯調査のミクロデータを分析してKojima (2016a, 2016c)として国外で学会報告し、東アジア社会調査のミクロデータを分析して小島(2016a)として刊行した。また、国際人口移動については日韓台ムスリム移民比較調査のミクロデータを分析し、Kojima (2016b)として国外の学会で報告した。さらに、在外研究中に利用可能となった欧州のTIESとTeO調査のミクロデータを用いた国際人口移動と宗教の関係に関する研究を実施し、分析結果を小島(2016b)として内外の学会で報告した。

Foreign Countries Research Activity

Research Project Title: ムスリム・マイノリティのハラール食品消費行動の関連要因:東アジアと西欧の比較研究

2015/08-2016/08

Affiliation: ゲント大学(ベルギー)

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Introduction to World PopulationSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Introduction to International MigrationSchool of Social Sciences2019fall semester
The Contemporary Family 1School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
The Contemporary Family 2School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
SeminarI (Comparative Study of Populations and Families/fall semester)School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
SeminarII (Comparative Study of Populations and Families/spring semester)School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
SeminarII (Comparative Study of Populations and Families/fall semester)School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
SeminarIII (Comparative Study of Populations and Families/spring semester)School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
SeminarIII (Comparative Study of Populations and Families/fall semester)School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Comprehensive Studies in Social Sciences: Social Scientific Study of Food and DrinkSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Freshman Seminar (Spring) ASchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Freshman Seminar (Spring) BSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
World Population IGraduate School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
World Population IIGraduate School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Comparative Demography I(spring semester)Graduate School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Comparative Demography I(fall semester)Graduate School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Comparative Demography II(spring semester)Graduate School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Comparative Demography II(fall semester)Graduate School of Social Sciences2019fall semester