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Saori KAMANO, Senior Researcher
Department of Population Dynamics Research
Updated; 01/04/2011

Research Field

  • Sociology (Family Sociology, Gender), Sexualities

Research Project

  • Japanese National Fertility Survey
  • National Survey on Family in Japan

External Activities

  • Research Projects
under construction
  • Academic Society
    Population Association of Japan, Japan Society of Family Sociology, Japan Sociological Society
    Behaviormetric Society of Japan, Japan Statistical Society
    Japan Association for Queer Studies, Women's Studies Association of Japan
    American Sociological Association, National Women's Studies Association
    Japanese Association of Sociology for Human Liberation
  • Part-time Lecturer
    Hosei University 2011.4-2012.3, "Families and Sexualities in Japan"

Publications /Papers

  • "Married Women's Conceptions of 'Family': Defining Conditions, Functions and Constituents," Journal of Population Problems 67 (1):59-87 (2011)(In Japanese)
  • "Multiplicity of Sexuality and Family," in Muta, Kazue (ed.) Sociology beyond the Family. Tokyo: Shinyosha (2009)(In Japanese)
  • "Examining family research in Japan from a queer studies perspective," Japanese Journal of Family Sociology 21(2):188-194(In Japanese)
  • "Housework and lesbian couples in Japan: Division, negotiation and interpretation" Women's Studies International Forum 32: 130-141 (2009)
  • "The Role of Emotional Abuse in Intimate Partner Violence and Health among Women in Yokohama, Japan," American Journal of Public Health 99(4):647-653 (2009)(With Yoshihama, Mieko and Julie Horrocks)
  • "Dokushin Danjyo no Egaku Kekkonzou (Images of Marriage Held by Single Men and Women)," "Dokushin Jyosei no Kekkon Iyoku to Shussan Iyoku (Single Women's Desire to Marry and to Have Children)" in Meguro Yoriko & Nishioka Hachiro (ed.), Shoushika no Jenda Bunseki (Gender Analysis of Declining Birthrate), Tokyo: Keisoshobou (2004)