KAWANO Eiji

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Professor

Laboratory location

Sugimoto Campus

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Sociology

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Sociology

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  • International Sociological Association

  • JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS

  • THE BEHAVIORMETRIC SOCIETY

Current Career 【 display / non-display

  • Osaka City University   Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences   Human Behavioral Sciences Course   Professor  

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • 1995.04
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    2000.03

    Osaka University  Graduate School, Division of Human Science 

  • 1993.04
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    1995.03

    Osaka University  Graduate School, Division of Human Science 

 

Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Urban Configuration and 'Suburbs' in France : Transformation of Suburbs and Central City Area of Lyon City

    川野 英二

    大阪市立大学大学院文学研究科, 人文研究 : 大阪市立大学大学院文学研究科紀要  68   81 - 94 2017  [Refereed]

    CiNii

  • France : The Stigmatization of French Urban Areas : Immigrants, Terrorism and Social Policy

    貧困研究会 ; 2008-, 貧困研究 = Journal of poverty  17   17 - 35 2016.12  [Invited]

    CiNii

  • Perceptions of Poverty and Neighborhood Effects in Osaka

    KAWANO Eiji

    Urban Scope  ( 7 ) 1 - 15 2016.04  [Invited]

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    In this article, we will analyze the results of our study to find answers to four questions.The first is to analyze opinions gathered to see if the view that poverty is the fault of the poor themselves is a determining factor in decisions made on anti-poverty measures. The second question requiring verification is whether or not it is true that people who have fallen into financial distress actually support cutting welfare payments. The third question we will examine is whether neighborhood effects exist in Osaka, a city with striking differences between residential neighborhoods. In other words, do the living environments in the various residential neighborhoods affect the ways in which residents think about poverty? The fourth question we will address is whether or not residents’ perceptions of poverty actually have a determining effect on policies adopted to deal with it.

  • 歯科治療中断に関連する因子:大阪市における住民ベースの横断研究から

    近藤亨子, 三木仁志, 大藤さとこ, 福島若葉, 松永一朗, 乾未来, 佐柳有香, 田淵貴大, 田淵貴大, 撫井賀代, 中川裕子, 川野英二, 福原宏幸, 廣田良夫

    Journal of Epidemiology (Web)  26 ( Supplement 1 ) 99 2016.01  [Refereed]

    J-GLOBAL

  • Determinants of participation in prostate cancer screening: A simple analytical framework to account for healthy-user bias

    Tabuchi Takahiro, Nakayama Tomio, Fukushima Wakaba, Matsunaga Ichiro, Ohfuji Satoko, Kondo Kyoko, Kawano Eiji, Fukuhara Hiroyuki, Ito Yuri, Oshima Akira

    CANCER SCIENCE  106 ( 1 ) 108 - 114 2015.01  [Refereed]

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    2011年に公衆衛生学、経済学の研究者と共同で実施した「大阪市民の健康と社会生活に関する調査」のデータにもとづき、がん検診への参加の社会的な要因を分析した。

    DOI

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Review Papers (Misc) 【 display / non-display

Conference Activities & Talks 【 display / non-display

  • 都市部住民におけるロコモティブシンドロームの関連因子:住民ベースの横断研究から

    近藤亨子, 福島若葉, 大藤さとこ, 松永一朗, 乾未来, 佐柳有香, 田淵貴大, 田淵貴大, 撫井賀代, 中川裕子, 川野英二, 福原宏幸, 廣田良夫

    日本疫学会学術総会講演集(Web)  2017.01 

  • The Role of Family Caregivers and Their Working Lives: Convergences and Divergences Between France and Japan”(家族ケアラーの役割と職業生活:日仏の共通性と相違)

    杉田 くるみ,川野 英二

    第18回国際社会学会大会 一般報告  (パシフィコ横浜)  2014.07 

  • プロセスとしての社会的排除

    川野 英二  [Invited]

    日本社会病理学会 シンポジウム  (立正大学)  2011.10 

  • 簡易宿所密集地域における宿泊・居住の実態―大阪市西成区あいりん地域を事例に―

    平川隆啓, 川野英二, 四井恵介, 水内俊雄

    人文地理学会大会研究発表要旨  2010.11 

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research 【 display / non-display

  • Possibility of new sociabilite that children's cafeterias open up

    Project/Area Number : 19H05488  Challenging Research (Pioneering) Partaker / Other

    Project Year :

    2019.06
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    2022.03
     

  • urban segregation and perception of poverty

    Project/Area Number : 25380687  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C) Representative

    Project Year :

    2013.04
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    2016.03
     

    Partaker : Sasajima Hideaki, Akaeda Naoki

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    Analyses were conducted of an segregation index and an gentrification index in Osaka. Also, interview surveys were conducted in affluent districts, and the characteristics of each district were analyzed. In addition, using the results of questionnaire surveys conducted in selected districts where gentrification is occurring, we clarified the characteristics of ongoing changes and how residents’ social consciousness differed from district to district.
    Data, particularly on average citizens, in Paris, Sao Paulo and Osaka were used to develop common analytical indices, and we are now proceeding with an analysis. In terms of identifying how urban polices vary according to welfare regimes, a limited or insufficient number of the urban districts have been studied. However, an important result of this work has been the development of a more refined analytical framework based on comparisons of regimes that reflect social ties.

  • The History and Present Condition of Marginal Urban Social Groups: A Comparative Study of Japan, Korea and France.

    Project/Area Number : 25580148  Grant-in-Aid for challenging Exploratory Research Partaker / Other

    Project Year :

    2013.04
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    2016.03
     

    Partaker : KAWANO Eiji, IJICHI Noriko, TSUKADA Takashi, NIKI Hiroshi, OHKURA Yuji

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    The present study advances research on marginal urban social groups in the modern and contemporary eras with an interdisciplinary approach that encompasses such fields as urban history, urban social studies, and anthropology. Specifically, it reveals the realities of the spacial distribution, modes of labor, living situation, lifestyle, and social relations of urban lower classes in Osaka, Japan and in Busan and Cheju Island, Korea. Additionally, it sheds light on the individual life histories of Korean migrants from Cheju Island to Ikuno in Osaka from the perspective of immigration history.
    In addition to this comparative approach between Japan and Korea, this study also draws connections with French history. Along with an analysis of the lifestyle, living situation, and social relations of the lower classes of Paris’s urban periphery and “suburban” areas across different historical periods, we reveal the commonalities and differences between Paris, Osaka, and Busan.

  • Effective model to encourage serological testing for hepatitis B or C virus and cancer screening: an interdisciplinary epidemiologic study with focusing on socioeconomic status

    Project/Area Number : 25460771  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C) Partaker / Other

    Project Year :

    2013.04
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    2016.03
     

    Partaker : TABUCHI Takahiro, FUKUHARA Hiroyuki, KAWANO Eiji, FUJIHARA Sho, OHFUJI Satoko, MATSUNAGA Ichiro, KONDO Kyoko, NAKAYAMA Tomio

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    This study aimed to evaluate individual-level factors and area-level indicators in relation to serological testing for hepatitis B or C virus and cancer screening for lung, stomach or colon, with focusing on socioeconomic status. Data from a population-based cross-sectional study involving adults aged 25-64 years, which was conducted in Osaka city, Japan, in 2011, was used for analyses. We found that the effect of area-level socioeconomic indicators was negligible, while the individual-level factors including socioeconomic status were clearly associated with both receiving hepatitis viral testing and cancer screening. Our findings revealed that encouragement at individual-level, not at general population-level, was highly important to increase the response to hepatitis viral testing and cancer screening. A next-generation model to encourage the testing or screening will be needed in consideration of current social trends.

  • International Joint Research on Family Changes and Welfare regimes in Contemporary Asia

    Project/Area Number : 22243039  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A) Representative

    Project Year :

    2010.04
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    2014.03
     

    Partaker : ITO Kimio, IWAI Hachiro, OSHIKAWA Fumiko, TAROHMARU Hiroshi, YAMATO Reiko, ASATO Wako, UENO Kayoko, AOYAMA Kaoru, HIMEOKA Toshiko, KAWANO Eiji, PONGSAPITAKSANTI Piya

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    It has been made clear by statistics that Asian families are diverse and cannot be reduced to geographical differences between East Asia and Southeast Asia. The myth of a monolithic "Asian Familism" tradition is also untrue. However, under the common condition of compressed modernity, welfare regimes have evolved where the role of the market is greater than that of the state and the economic burden of families is large; and in turn through the employment of migrant domestic workers and the characteristics of the labor market we see gender divisions becoming fixed and modern norms being further reinforced.

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