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researcher , Communications educator

Tomoko Sekiguchi, Japanese communications educator, researcher. Certified international communications. Recipient Honors, Nanzan University, 1986, Fine Academic Literature Award, Daiko Zaidan, 1996.

Background

Sekiguchi, Tomoko was born on July 16, 1963 in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. Daughter of Sadao and Michiko Hanya.

Education

Master of Arts in International Communications, Nagoya University, Japan, 1996. Doctor of Philosophy in International Communications, Nagoya University, Japan, 2001.

Career

Visiting researcher, lecturer Himeji Institute of Technology, Himeji, Japan, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Certified international communications.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor book Exploring Japaneseness: On Japanese Enactments of Culture and Consciousness, 2002. Author: (book) Nikkei Brazilian Children in Japan: An Educational Anthropological Study of Identity Formation Process of Children Growing Up Intercultural/Transcultural, 2001. Contributor articles to professor journal.

Membership

Member of Japanese Association Migration Studies (Kyoto), Japan Anthropology Work Shop (Tokyo), Society Intercultural Education, Training and Research (Kanagawa), American Anthropology Association (Chicago), Intercultural Education Society Japan (Tokyo 1981—2002).

Connections

Married Hiroyasu Sekiguchi, October 10, 1991. Children: Shiori, Midori.

father:
Sadao Hanya

mother:
Michiko Hanya

spouse:
Hiroyasu Sekiguchi

children:
Midori Sekiguchi

Shiori Sekiguchi