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Yoshio Sugimoto, Australian Writer. ARGS grantee. Fellow Australian Academy Humanities; member Sociological Association Australia and New Zealand, Asian Studies Association Australia, Japanese Studies Association Australia.

Background

Sugimoto, Yoshio was born on December 7, 1939 in Nishinomiya, Japan. Son of Kozo and Yasuko (Kaneda) Sugimoto.

Education

Bachelor, Kyoto (Japan) University, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pittsburgh, 1973.

Career

Staff writer, Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo, 1964-1967;lecturer, La Trobe U., Bundoora, Australia, 1973-1975;senior lecturer, La Trobe U., Bundoora, Australia, 1976-1982;reader, La Trobe U., Bundoora, Australia, 1983-1987;professor sociology, dean social science, La Trobe U., Bundoora, Australia, 1988-1991;department chairman of sociology, La Trobe U., Bundoora, Australia, 1979-1981;foundation director Japanese Study Center, Monash U., 1981-1982;president, Monash U., since 1985. Member international advisory board Asian Research Svc.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Writings include: (author) Popular Disturbance in Postwar Japan, 1981, (with Ross Mouer) Nihonjin wa Nihon-teki ka, 1982, Cho-kanri Retto Nippon, 1983, (with Mouer) Images of Japanese Society: A Study in the Structure of Social Reality, 1986, Shinka Shinai Nihonjin e, 1988. (editor) Democracy in Contemporary Japan, 1986, The Japanese Trajectory: Modernization and Beyond, 1988, Constructs for Understanding Japan, 1989, Nihonjin-rom ni kansuru 12-sho, 1982, Kojin, Kanjin, Nihonjin, 1987. (editor) Japanese Studies series, since 1985 (Intercultural Publications award Japan Society Transls.

      1987), the MFP Debate, 1990, Nihonjin a Yamera Hoho, 1990, Osutoraria 6000-nichi, 1991, An Introduction to Contemporary Japan. (co-editor) Social Analysis, 1980, Shiso no Kagaku, 1984. (editor-in-chief) Comparative Asian Studies, since 1991.

Membership

Fellow Australian Academy Humanities. Member Sociological Association Australia and New Zealand, Asian Studies Association Australia, Japanese Studies Association Australia.

Connections

Married Machiko Sato, June 19, 1966. Children: Asuka, Warabe, Hayato.

father:
Kozo Sugimoto

mother:
Yasuko (Kaneda) Sugimoto

spouse:
Machiko Sato

children:
Asuka Sugimoto

Warabe Sugimoto

Hayato Sugimoto