|Division||Department of Comparative Contemporary Societies|
|Research Fields||Public Opinion Research|
Teaching and Research Appointments
|April 2020 −||Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo|
Topics of Research
- 1Public opinions about immigrants
- 2Integration of immigrants in Japan
- 3Public opinion formations in the cyber space
- 4Public opinions about welfare policies
- 5Research on methods of survey experiments
- （co-authored with Akira Igarashi）"Norms to be prejudiced: List experiments on attitudes towards immigrants in Japan." Social Science Research 102，February 2022．（https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2021.102647.）
- The Political Orientation of Japanese Online Right-wingers. Pacific Affairs Vol. 94, No.1, pp. 5-31, 2021.
- Japanese Attitudes Toward China and the United States: A Sociological Analysis.(Co-authored with Gong, Shun.) Chinese Sociological Review 51 (3): 251-270, July 2019.
- Economic Integration of Skilled Migrants in Japan: The Role of Employment Practice. (Co-authored with Hilary Holbrow) International Migration Review 52 (2): 458-86, August 2018.
- Political Polarization in Social Media: Analysis of the "Twitter Political Field" in Japan. (Co-authored with Hiroki Takikawa) The Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Big Data. (https://arxiv.org/abs/1711.06752), December 2017.
- Anti-immigration attitudes in different welfare states: Do types of labor market policies matter? (Co-authored with Mikael Hjerm) International Journal of Comparative Sociology 56 (2): 141-62, April 2015.
- Who Supports Redistributive Policies in Contemporary Japan? An Integrative Approach to Self-Interest and Trust Models. (Co-authored with Yoshimichi Sato) International Sociology 29: 302-23, July 2014.