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YAMAMOTO Akashi

Profile

Title Associate Professor
Belong to Dept. of Communications
Languages and Cultures (graduate school)
Graduated Keio University, Graduate School of Human Relations
Degree Dr. of Sociology, Keio University
Academic Institutional Membership The Japanese Psychological Association
The Japanese Society of Social Psychology
The Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication
The Society for Risk Analysis Japan-Section
The Japanese Group Dynamics Association
Communication Association of Japan
Field of Study Social Psychology, Communication
Research, Studies Social Psychology, Communication
Curriculum Specialized Communication, Media Seminar, Freshman Seminar, Reading Communication Literature

Books Published, Translation

Television and foreign images: Media-stereotyping research (joint work), Keiso Shobo, 2004

Academic Papers, Critique

Images about foreign nations in soft news. Keio Media and Communications Research, No.56, 2006

Images of China and Chinese appeared in the Japanese mass media, focusing on TV program series, "Kokoga hendayo nihonjin" (joint work)., Inquiries into Humans and Societies: Studies in Sociology, Psychology and Education (Keio University), No.57, 2004

The effects of mass media reports on risk perception and images of victims: An explorative study., Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, Vol.20, No.2, 2004

Controversies concerning the definitions of risk and the related concepts (joint work)., Japanese Journal of Risk Analysis, Vol.15, No.1, 2004

An analysis of coverage of death: On causes of death and the occupations of the dead., Philosophy (Mita Philosophy Society), No.110, 2003

Risk as social reality: Limitations of rational risk concepts (joint work)., Japanese Journal of Risk Analysis, Vol.14, No.1, 2002

The impacts and roles of mass media in risk communication (joint work), Japanese Journal of Risk Analysis, Vol.13, No.1, 2001

A Study on risk perception and media effects theories. Studies in Sociology, Psychology and Education (Keio University), No.51, 2000

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