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Tanaka Kyoko

Tanaka Kyoko

After having studied and worked in different cities of Japan and abroad, I have settled myself in Nagoya. I have lived with and learned from people of wide range of cultural, linguistic, religious, and economical backgrounds, belonging to different generations, or sometimes physically challenged. Through this journey I experienced the dynamism of intercultural communication. My main research topic is concerning intercultural contacts, focusing on that of Latin America and Japan, and my educational responsibility is, in addition to lectures on intercultural communication, advising international students on their study and life.

 

Publications

TANAKA, Kyoko (2010) ¡ÆLong-term effects and influences of study in Japan: The case of Latin American students, Journal of International Student Advisors of National Universities Vol. 13, Council of International Student Advisors of National Universities

Tanaka, Kyoko (2010) '30 Years After: Case study of Latin American students concerning the effects and influences of their study in Japan', Journal of International Education, International Student Center, Hiroshima University

TANAKA, Kyoko (2003) 'Estudiantes Provenientes de Latinoamerica: Su adaptacion a la cultura japonesa' (Students from Latin America: Their adaptation to Japanese culture), Mito, Hiroyuki ed. La Inmigracion Latinoamericana en Japon (Latin American Immigration to Japan), Universidad de Nagoya

Tanaka, Kyoko (2000) 'Reentry to Latin America: Prospects and Realities', Journal of International Student Advisors of National Universities Vol. 3, Council of International Student Advisors of National Universities

 

Educational Activities

Advising to international students (independent guidance): 9-12 hours/week from 1991

Orientation programs & workshops for intercultural understanding: 3-6 hours/month from 1995

Designing and coordination of, or assistant to the programs and events to promote intercultural exchanges between international students and local communities: from 1991

Lectures and seminars at undergraduate and graduate level: 2-3 hours/week

Lectures in life-long education centers in Nagoya City: 1-2 lectures/semester from 1992

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