アニア マイケル (アニア マイケル)

写真a

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スポーツ科学学術院 スポーツ科学部

職名

准教授(任期付)

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  • 2010年01月
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    2012年12月

    University of Otago   Christchurch School of Medicine  

  • 2006年01月
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    2007年12月

    Lincoln University   Environment, Society and Design Division  

  • 2000年01月
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    2002年12月

    University of Canterbury   College of Education  

  • 1999年01月
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    1999年11月

    Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology  

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  • 2018年01月
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    継続中

    European College of Sport Science

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    Public Health Association of New Zealand

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    New Zealand Association of Gerontology

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    American Psychological Association

 

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  • スポーツ科学

  • 社会心理学

  • 体育、身体教育学

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  • Mega event legacies

  • Resilience and life course

  • Physical activity epidemiology

  • Public health

  • Active and healthy aging

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  • Constructing legacy: walking audits of the leisure time physical activity potential of Tokyo Olympic venues and their urban milieu

    Michael Annear, Yasuo Shimizu, Tetsuhiro Kidokoro, Rebecca McLaughlan

    Annals of Leisure Research     1 - 25  2021年01月  [査読有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

    DOI

  • Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Patterns among Kenyan and Japanese Children: A Comprehensive Cross-Country Comparison

    Tetsuhiro Kidokoro, Noriyuki Fuku, Toshio Yanagiya, Tomonari Takeshita, Mizuki Takaragawa, Michael Annear, Tian Xiaojie, Luka B. Waiganjo, Lamec F. Bogonko, Juliet K. Isika, Mbithe D. Kigaru, Francis M. Mwangi

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   17 ( 12 ) 4254 - 4254  2020年06月  [査読有り]

     概要を見る

    Health benefits of physical activity are well known, yet available physical activity data is limited from children living in African and Asian countries. The purpose of the cross-sectional study was to evaluate and compare physical activity and sedentary behavior patterns, particularly hourly variations, among children in Kenya and Japan. Participants included 298 primary school students (122 Kenyan, 176 Japanese) aged 9–12 years. Physical activity and sedentary behavior were measured with accelerometers. Domain-specific physical activity, screen time, and proportion of children using active transport to school were measured by questionnaire. A two-way ANOVA (countries × time) was used to examine the differences in the activity patterns between Kenyan and Japanese children. The results from the present study demonstrated that Kenyan children spent more time in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity compared to Japanese children (p < 0.05) with the greatest differences found for weekday evenings (for boys and girls) and weekend afternoons (for girls). This suggests that these were ‘critical periods’ to differentiate the physical activity levels between Kenyan and Japanese children. However, a higher proportion of the children from Japan used active transport to school and spent less time in television viewing and computer gaming. The results suggest that both countries have successes and challenges that can aid in developing effective and country-specific intervention strategies for promoting physical activity.

    DOI

  • Physical Activity Among Urban-Living Middle-Aged and Older Japanese During the Build-Up to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games: A Population Study

    Michael Annear, Tetsuhiro Kidokoro, Yasuo Shimizu

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity     1 - 11  2020年  [査読有り]

     概要を見る

    This research examines physical activity (PA) parameters among urban-living middle-aged and older Japanese during the Tokyo Olympic build-up period. Population sampling was employed, and an online survey was administered with 4,000 adults across Japan’s five largest cities. The International Physical Activity Questionnaire-Short Form constituted the main outcome variable, with auxiliary measures of Olympic interest and engagement, readiness for PA behavior change, perceived environmental barriers, and demographic information. Despite interest in the Olympics (&gt;60% moderate–high interest), planned engagement with the event was low (&gt;70% planned passive engagement). Higher levels of interest and planned engagement were both significantly correlated with greater self-reported PA participation (<italic>p</italic> &lt; .001). Across the sample, the PA levels were in the low–moderate range (990 metabolic equivalent of task-min/week), with significant variations observed by the age-cohort and geographic area (<italic>p</italic> &lt; .001). Age-cohort and geographic variations were also identified with regard to readiness for PA behavior change and perceived environmental barriers to activity (<italic>p</italic> &lt; .001). Older age (65 years and above) and host city (Tokyo) residence emerged as correlates of higher levels of PA, greater readiness for behavior change, and fewer reported barriers to participation. These findings have implications for Olympic legacy management and successful transitions from middle age to later life in Japan.

    DOI

  • Classroom Standing Desks and Time-Series Variation in Sedentary Behavior and Physical Activity among Primary School Children

    Tetsuhiro Kidokoro, Yasuo Shimizu, Kanako Edamoto, Michael Annear

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   16 ( 11 ) 1892 - 1892  2019年05月  [査読有り]

     概要を見る

    The purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of height-adjustable standing desks on time-series variation in sedentary behavior (SB) among primary school children. Thirty-eight children aged 11–12 years (22 boys and 16 girls) from two classes at a primary school in Nagano, Japan, participated in this study. One class was allocated as the intervention group and provided with individual standing desks for 6 months, and the other was allocated as the control group. Time spent in SB, light-intensity physical activity (LPA), and moderate-to-vigorous-intensity physical activity (MVPA) was measured using accelerometers (ActiGraph) at baseline and follow-up. Time spent in SB was significantly lower by 18.3 min/day on average in the intervention class at follow-up (interaction effects: F(1, 36) = 4.95, p = 0.035, η2 = 0.082). This was accompanied by a significant increase in time spent in MVPA (+19.9 min/day on average). Our time-series analysis showed significant decreases in SB during school time, while no change in SB was found during non-school time. This result indicates that the use of standing desks promotes an overall reduction in SB with no compensatory increase during non-school time.

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  • Sports mega-event legacies and adult physical activity: A systematic literature review and research agenda

    Michael J. Annear, Yasuo Shimizu, Tetsuhiro Kidokoro

    European Journal of Sport Science   19 ( 5 ) 671 - 685  2019年05月  [査読有り]

    DOI

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  • Advancing an Integrated Leisure Research Strategy for New Zealand: An analysis of the perceived research needs and priorities of stakeholders in the arts, outdoor recreation, sport and community recreation sectors.

    Annear, M, Cushman, G, Espiner, S, Gidlow, B, Toohey, M( 担当: 共著)

    Lincoln University Press  2010年 ISBN: 9780864762443

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games and behavioral intention for physical activity among middle aged and older Japanese.

    研究期間:

    2018年04月
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  • Active aging and the Tokyo 2020 Olympics: A large-scale survey of physical activity parameters and capacity for behavior change among middle-aged and older Japanese.

    Annear, M, Kidokoro, T, Shimizu, Y  [招待有り]

    The 2020 Yokohama Sport Conference  

    開催年月:
    2020年09月
     
     
  • Operationalizing Olympic philosophy to achieve sustainable social legacies: can we leverage Tokyo 2020 to inspire population activity in changing societies?

    Annear, M, Shimizu, Y, Kidokoro, T, Takanashi, M  [招待有り]

    47th annual conference of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport  

    開催年月:
    2019年09月
     
     
  • Leveraging Tokyo 2020: Can the Olympic and Paralympic games change behavioral intention for physical activity and sports participation among middle-aged and older adults in Japan?

    Annear, M, Shimizu, Y, Sato, K, Takanashi, M, Yamauchi, H, Kidokoro, T  [招待有り]

    European College of Sport Science (ECSS)  

    開催年月:
    2018年07月
     
     
  • Societal vulnerability to natural disasters during population ageing [大谷順子・マイケル・アニエー・高欣「エイジングと災害脆弱性に対する認識を測る尺度(Perceptions of Ageing and Disaster Vulnerability Scale: PADVS) の開発、日本語版の作成と信頼性・妥当性の検討および質的データを合わせた調査研究」 日本災害復興学会].

    Annear, M, Gao, X

    Annual Conference of Japan Society for Disaster Recovery and Revitalization 2016   (Miyagi, Japan) 

    発表年月: 2016年09月

  • Teaching Aged Care Facilities: Creating strong WIL opportunities and benefits.

    Annear, M, Robinson, A, Lea, E, Elliott, K

    Work Integrated Learning (WIL) 2020:National Conference of the Australian Collaborative Education Network   (Sydney, Australia) 

    発表年月: 2016年09月

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  • Olympic and Paralympic physical activity legacies among middle-aged and older adults in a post-COVID society

    2021年   Dr Yasuo Shimizu, Dr Tetsuhiro Kidokoro

     概要を見る

    This research will extend existing Kakenhi research and outputs to address the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on middle-aged and older adults physical activity and health. It was also track the effect of the Olympic and Paralympic Games on public health legacies, including population physical activity levels before and after the events and changes to public infrastructure and sports facilities.&nbsp;Outputs of the research will include reports and presentations that use longitudinal data to track changes in behavior and potential effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. These data will help to inform public health interventions that aim to support and promote physical activity in aging societies like Japan.&nbsp;

  • Expectations regarding aging and pandemic health behavior among middle-aged and older Japanese people.

    2020年   Dr Yasuo Shimizu, Dr Tetsuhiro Kidokoro

     概要を見る

    During the 2020 financial year, astudy was designed and administered with the support of Waseda University'sTokutei Kadai seed funding to evaluate expectations regarding aging amongmiddle aged and older Japanese adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. Health-relatedexpectations regarding aging are an important construct as they are potentiallyassociated with proactive lifestyle behaviors that help to maintain or improvequality of life for aging individuals. As part of the data collection,information was also gathered on weekly physical activity and demographicparameters using valid and reliable scales.&nbsp;With written permission from the original North-Americanscale authors (Sarkisian et al., 2005), the investigators developed a Japanesetranslation of the ERA-12 (Expectations Regarding Aging scale) and administeredthe measure with a sample of 800 middle-aged and older adults using an onlinesurvey methodology.&nbsp;Following data collection, cleaning, and statisticalanalysis, two manuscripts are currently in preparation for submission ininternational academic fora during 2021.It is our earnest hope that we will be able toshare the findings of this interesting and important research with theinternational community following the end of the global pandemic.&nbsp;We thankWaseda University sincerely for supporting our efforts.&nbsp;&nbsp;

 

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担当経験のある科目(授業) 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Social gerontology

    University of Otago (Christchurch School of Medicine)  

  • Health care of the elderly

    University of Otago (Christchurch School of Medicine)  

 

委員歴 【 表示 / 非表示

  • 2019年01月
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    継続中

    スポーツ科学研究  スポーツ科学研究

  • 2018年01月
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    継続中

    Journal of Aging and Physical Activity  Associate Editor