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researcher , Humanities educator

Fumie Kumagai, Japanese, American humanities educator, researcher. Certified English guide Japanese Government, Ministry Land and Transportation, 1964, Natori on Koto music Yamada School, 1969. Member of Japanese Association Family Sociology, Japanese Sociological Association, National Council Family Relations, American Sociological Association, International Sociological Association (family research committee).

Background

Kumagai, Fumie was born on August 23, 1943 in Den-en Chofu, Tokyo.

Education

Bachelor in Sociology, Keio University, Tokyo, 1969. Master of Arts in Sociology, Kent State University, Ohio, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1974.

Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University New Hampshire, Durham, 1976. Master of Science in Media and Governance, Keio University, Fujisawa, Japan, 1998.

Career

Research assistant Kent State University, 1970—1971. University fellow University Wisconsin, 1971—1974. Instructor, project assistant University New Hampshire, 1974—1976.

Assistant professor sociology Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, 1976—1978. Instructor sociology Sophia University, Yotsuya, 1978—1981. Visiting professor Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981—1983, Stanford University, California, 1981—1983, University British Columbia, Vancouver, 1981—1983.

Associate professor sociology International University Japan, Yamato, Minami-Uonuma, Japan, 1983—1987. Fulbright visiting professor University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1987—1988. Professor sociology Kyorin University, Hachioji, since 1988.

Achievements

  • Certified English guide Japanese Government, Ministry Land and Transportation, 1964, Natori on Koto music Yamada School, 1969.

Membership

Member of Japanese Association Family Sociology, Japanese Sociological Association, National Council Family Relations, American Sociological Association, International Sociological Association (family research committee).