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KAMANO, Saori
 
Affiliation
Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Social Sciences
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy ( 1995.09 Stanford University )

Research Experience

  • 2024.04
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    Now

    Waseda University   Faculty of Social Sciences   Professor

  • 1998.04
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    2024.03

    National Institute of Population and Social Security Research   Department of Population Dynamics   Senior Researcher

  • 1994.08
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    1998.03

    Minstry of Education   Institute of Statistical Mathematics   Assistant Professor

Education Background

  • 1986.09
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    1995.09

    Stanford University   School of Humanities and Social Sciences   Department of Sociology  

Committee Memberships

  • 2023.11
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    Now

    The Japan Sociological Society  Directors of Japanese Sociological Review(JSR) Editorial Board

  • 2023.10
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    Now

    日本学術会議  連携会員

  • 2022.10
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    Now

    日本家族社会学会  理事、研究活動委員

  • 2022.08
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    Now

    日本社会学会  ジェンダー平等・ダイバーシティ&インクルージョン推進のためのWGメンバー

  • 2020.06
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    Now

    日本人口学会  監事

  • 2020.04
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    Now

    公益財団法人 世界人権問題研究センター  研究員(プロジェクト4 「性的マイノリティと人権」)

  • 2022.04
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    2022.08

    内閣府男女共同参画局  ジェンダー統計の観点からの性別欄検討ワーキンググループ構成員

  • 2020.04
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    2021.03

    埼玉県LGBTQ支援検討会議アドバイザー

  • 2019
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    2021

    日本社会学会  研究活動委員

  • 2016
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    2021

    日本家族社会学会  専門委員

  • 2019.08
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    2020.03

    厚生労働省委託事業 職場におけるダイバーシティ推進事業検討委員

  • 2014
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    2017

    International Sociological Association  RC32 Board member

  • 2014
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    2015

    日本人口学会  大会企画委員

  • 2012
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    2014

    日本人口学会  編集委員

  • 2007
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    2010

    クィア学会  幹事(編集委員)

  • 2004
    -
    2008

    日本女性学会  幹事、庶務担当

  • 1995
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    1999

    日本女性学会  幹事、編集委員

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Professional Memberships

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    クィア学会(2015.12活動休止)

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    日本人口学会

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    American Sociological Association

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    日本行動計量学会

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    日本家族社会学会

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    日本社会学会

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    日本女性学会

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Research Areas

  • Sociology / Gender studies

Research Interests

  • SOGIの人口学

  • セクシュアリティ

  • 家族

  • ジェンダー

  • レズビアンスタディーズ

  • families

  • sexualities

  • gender

  • lesbian studies

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Awards

  • National Women's Studies Association Dissertation Award, Honorable Mention

    1990  

Media Coverage

  • 「前例のないことに励み」 住民票の続き柄「夫」記載の同性カップル

    Newspaper, magazine

    Author: Other  

    毎日新聞  

    2024.05

  • 同性カップル住民票、事実婚示す「夫(未届)」と記載 長崎県大村市

    Newspaper, magazine

    Author: Other  

    朝日新聞  

    2024.05

  • 法政大学平森助教、国立社会保障・人口問題研究所釜野室長らの研究チームが日本初の性的マイノリティの生活実態に関する全国無作為抽出調査の結果を公表

    Internet

    法政大学プレスリリース  

    2023.10

  • 家族と性と多様性に関する全国アンケートを実施−全国の18〜69歳の方18,000人を対象として

    Internet

    早稲田大学プレスリリース  

    2023.01

  • LGBT『会ったことない』と思う人に知ってほしい3つのデータ

    Internet

    Withnews  

    「性的マイノリティについての意識:全国調査」 (2015年、2019年) の結果、大阪市民調査の結果の引用  

    2020.11

  • 同性婚、20〜30代の8割が賛成。性的マイノリティの友人への「抵抗感」は40〜50代で大幅に減少

    Internet

    Author: Other  

    ハフポスト  

    「性的マイノリティについての意識:全国調査」 (2015年、2019年) の結果引用  

    2020.11

  • 「性的関係いらない」が伝わらず セクシュアルの悩み

    Newspaper, magazine

    朝日新聞デジタル  

    「大阪市民の働き方と暮らしの多様性と共生にかんするアンケート」の結果引用  

    2019.11

  • マイノリティーストレス

    NHK大阪   おはよう関西  

    「大阪市民の働き方と暮らしの多様性と共生にかんするアンケート」の結果引用  

    2019.11

  • LGBT回答2.7% 9割が行政取り組み賛成―大阪市民調査

    Newspaper, magazine

    時事ドットコム  

    2019.04

  • 「LGBT『あてはまる』2.7% 大阪市民調査」

    Newspaper, magazine

    読売新聞  

    「大阪市民の働き方と暮らしの多様性と共生にかんするアンケート」の結果  

    2019.04

  • LGBTQの割合「13人に1人」ではなかった 「3%」という”下方修正”をどう見るべきか、研究者に聞いた

    Internet

    ハフポスト  

    2019.04

  • 同性パートナー証明書“制度あれば申請したい”が8割

    TV or radio program

    NHKニュース   おはよう日本  

    2015.11

  • 同性婚「賛成」5割超 研究チームが全国調査「身近に同性愛者」には抵抗感も

    Newspaper, magazine

    朝日新聞  

    「性的マイノリティについての意識:全国調査」 (2015年) の結果  

    2015.11

  • 同性婚「賛成」51%全国調査、世代間の認識に差

    Newspaper, magazine

    日本経済新聞  

    「性的マイノリティについての意識:全国調査」 (2015年) の結果  

    2015.11

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Papers

  • Housework Division: Comparing Men and Women in Married, Cohabiting and Same-Gender Relationships in Japan

      IX   59 - 81  2024.03

  • Diversity/Inclusion and the "Sex" Question in Social Surveys: Where Gender Statistics and Queer Methodology Meet

    KAMANO Saori

    Japanese Sociological Review   74 ( 4 ) 660 - 675  2024.03  [Invited]

    Authorship:Lead author

  • Research Report on a Japanese University Faculty Members' Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity(Part 2): Relationship between Attributes(Gender, Age and Academic Field)and knowledge, Aversion, and Recognition of Existence

      44 ( 1 ) 213 - 266  2024.03

  • Couples "not accounted" for in the guideline for reproductive medicine, attempting to have children using ART in Japan

    FUJII Hiromi, Fuse Kana, KAMANO Saori

      ( 6 ) 1 - 7  2023.09  [Refereed]

  • 大学教員の性的指向・性自認(SOGI)についての知識と態度に関する全国調査報告

    風間孝, 釜野さおり, 北仲千里, 藤原直子, 林夏生

    社会科学研究   42 ( 2 ) 1 - 31  2022.03

  • 『大阪市民の働き方と暮らしの多様性と共生にかんするアンケート』からみたシスジェンダーのレズビアン・バイセクシュアル女性における家族形成ニーズ

    藤井ひろみ, 布施香奈, 釜野さおり

    母性衛生   62 ( 2 ) 521 - 531  2021.07  [Refereed]

  • Negotiating Same-sex Partnership in a 'Tolerant' State

    Journal of Gender Studies   30 ( 5 ) 512 - 524  2021.03  [Refereed]

  • 大学における性的指向・性自認(SOGI)に関する施策及び取り組みに関する全国調査報告

    風間孝, 北仲千里, 釜野さおり, 林夏生, 藤原直子

      41 ( 2 ) 181 - 230  2021.03

  • Asking about Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Japan: Case Report on the Osaka City Residents’ Survey and Related Preparatory Studies

    Daiki Hiramori, Saori Kamano

       2020.12  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Last author

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    <p>With the recent rise of public interest in sexual and gender minority populations across societies, asking about sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) in social surveys has become increasingly important. However, most studies on the measurement of SOGI focus on North American and Western European countries. Therefore, it is currently difficult to evaluate whether the findings from these previous studies are applicable to countries with distinct legal, religious, and cultural contexts regarding sexual and gender minorities compared to Western societies. This paper focuses on Japan and summarizes the findings from focus group discussions and pilot surveys as well as the preliminary results of the Osaka City Residents’ Survey, which is one of the first population-based surveys that include SOGI questions in Japan. It also makes comparisons with previous studies in the United States, illustrating the significance of studying the measurement of SOGI outside of the United States.</p>

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  • Understanding Sexual Orientation Identity, Sexual/Romantic Attraction, and Sexual Behavior beyond Western Societies: The Case of Japan

    Daiki Hiramori, Saori Kamano

       2020.03

    Authorship:Last author

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    <p>As a growing amount of research examines the impact of sexuality on various demographic outcomes, it becomes important to understand the complex intersections of sexual orientation identity, sexual/romantic attraction, and sexual behavior. However, most previous studies use data from Western countries that have particular histories of sexuality, limiting the generalizability of the findings beyond Western societies. We describe dimensions of sexuality in Japan, where there has not been any religious authority condemning same-sex behavior and any law prohibiting same-sex relations except for a decade in the late 19th century. We use data from the “Survey on Diversity of Work and Life, and Coexistence among the Residents of Osaka City,” the first population-based survey with detailed questions about multiple aspects of sexuality in Japan, to conduct descriptive analysis. More women identify as bisexual or asexual than lesbian. Among the respondents who selected “Don’t want to decide, haven’t decided”—a category originally created for queer/questioning respondents—as their sexual orientation, the proportion of those who indicated exclusive heterosexuality is higher than expected, raising the possibility that some heterosexual respondents with no heterosexual identity may have mistakenly chosen this category. The data suggest that the population of heterosexual-identified men who have sex with men is small. The prevalence of the asexual population differs by whether sexual orientation identity or sexual/romantic attraction is used to capture this population. Our analysis extends the demography of sexuality by examining unique non-Western data and putting in context the previous findings observed in Western countries.</p>

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  • Same-sex Partners and Practices of Familial Intimacy

    GIS Journal: The Hosei Journal of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies   ( V ) 19 - 38  2019.03

  • 「家族・ジェンダー・セクシュアリティと社会調査—そのプロセス、課題と今後の展望—

    釜野 さおり

    Global-Local Studies   ( 12 ) 1 - 20  2019.03  [Invited]

  • 性的マイノリティをめぐる量的データ:ダイバーシティ推進の文脈における両義性

    釜野 さおり

    女性学   ( 26 ) 22 - 37  2019.03  [Invited]

  • 成人した娘と母が語る「母娘関係」-フォーカス・グループ・ディスカッションの結果から-

    釜野さおり, コーダイアナ, 千年よしみ, 斧出節子

    新情報(一般社団法人新情報センター)   105   13 - 18  2018

  • Practices of Intimacy : Mother-Daughter Relationships in Hong Kong and Japan

    Khor Diana, Kamano Saori

    GIS journal : the Hosei journal of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies   III   1 - 29  2017

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  • Work-Family Balance of Families with Small Children: How to Achieve Gender Equality in Parenting

    Takahashi, Mieko, Saori Kamano, Tomoko Matsuda, Setsuko Onode, Kyoko Yoshizumi

    家族社会学研究   28 ( 2 ) 161 - 168  2016

    CiNii

  • Common Family Boundaries: Changes and Determinants of Married Women’s Perception

    Kamano, Saori

    人口問題研究   72 ( 2 ) 53 - 72  2016

    CiNii

  • セクシュアル・マイノリティに対する意識の属性による比較-全国調査と大学生対象の先行研究を中心に-

    吉仲崇, 風間孝, 石田仁, 河口和也, 釜野さおり

    新情報(一般社団法人新情報センター)   103   20 - 32  2015

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  • Negotiating Heteronormativity in the Heterosexual Mother-Lesbian Daughter Relationship

    Khor, Diana, Saori Kamano

    家族社会学研究   25 ( 2 ) 124 - 134  2013

  • (学界展望)人口学とクィア・スタディーズ

    釜野さおり

    人口学研究   47   25 - 35  2011

  • 2006 年度大会のテーマ部会Ⅰ「制度とセクシュアリティ」における報告論文を読んで

    釜野さおり

    解放社会学研究   21   18 - 22  2010

  • The Role of Emotional Abuse in Intimate Partner Violence and Health Among Women in Yokohama, Japan

    Mieko Yoshihama, Julie Horrocks, Saori Kamano

    AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH   99 ( 4 ) 647 - 653  2009.04  [Refereed]

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    Objectives. As part of the World Health Organization&apos;s cross-national research effort, we investigated the relationship between various health indicators and the experience of intimate partner violence (IPV), which included emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, among women in Yokohama, Japan.
    Methods. We used multivariate logistic and negative binomial regression to examine the relationship between health status and IPV in a stratified cluster sample of 1371 women aged 18 to 49 years.
    Results. In 9 of 11 health indicators examined, the odds of experiencing health-related problems were significantly higher (P&lt;.05) among those that reported emotional abuse plus physical or sexual violence than among those that reported no IPV, after we controlled for sociodemographic factors, childhood sexual abuse, and adulthood sexual violence perpetrated by someone other than an intimate partner. For most health indicators, there were no significant differences between those that reported emotional abuse only and those that reported emotional abuse plus physical or sexual violence.
    Conclusions. The similarity of outcomes among those that reported emotional abuse only and those that reported emotional abuse plus physical or sexual violence suggests the need for increased training of health care providers about the effects of emotional abuse. (Am J Public Health. 2008;99:647-653. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2007.118976)

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  • Housework and Lesbian Couples in Japan: Division, Negotiation and Interpretation

    Saori Kamano

    WOMENS STUDIES INTERNATIONAL FORUM   32 ( 2 ) 130 - 141  2009.03  [Refereed]

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    Informed by research on the division of housework for (heterosexual) couples, especially those conducted in Japan, this study explores various aspects of the housework division of lesbian couples in Japan, using information from face-to-face interviews with 12 couples. The analysis shows variation, flexibility and prominence of negotiations in housework division among the couples. The women saw time availability, as well as preference for, sensitivity about and ability to undertake specific tasks as the factors affecting the division. The lack of reference to income difference in the women&apos;s interpretation of their housework division, their view of housework and housewifery, and the importance of choice and freedom in doing or not doing housework are also explored in the article. Finally, the connection between the value placed on housework on the one hand, and the significance of being a woman and being in a relationship with a woman on the other, is discussed. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • 日本の家族研究-クィア・スタディーズの視点からのサーベイ

    釜野さおり

    家族社会学研究   21 ( 2 ) 188 - 194  2009

  • Raising Questions about "the Conventional Family": An Exploration of Lesbigay Families

    KAMANO Saori

    KASYA   20 ( 1 ) 16 - 27  2008

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    This paper explores how lesbigay families could raise questions in four aspects about "the conventional family," which assumes monogamous heterosexual relationships and blood ties as the bases and in which gendered division of labor is reproduced. First, lesbigay people's "chosen family" of friends/communities questions who is included in the family. Second, the negotiations surrounding disclosure question the assumption that one obtains emotional support from blood families and the primacy of blood ties. Third, lesbigay parenting creates a possibility of having more than two parents and questions the assumption that procreation necessarily involves heterosexual relationships. Last, non-gendered division of and flexibilities in work and family duties offer an alternative to the typical way of relating among heterosexual couples. The paper concludes by discussing the difficulty of determining whether lesbigay families indicate "assimilation" or "transgression," and suggests undertaking more detailed analyses that recognize the diversity of lesbigay families, and which pay attention to how particular configurations of lesbigay families could indicate both processes and which cultural, social and socio-economic contexts facilitate or inhibit these processes.

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  • Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence and Related Injuries among Women in Yokohama, Japan

    Mieko Yoshihama, Julie Horrocks, Saori Kamano

    AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH   97 ( 2 ) 232 - 234  2007.07  [Refereed]

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    We estimated rates of intimate partner violence and related injuries in a sample of 1371 women aged 18 to 49 years in Yokohama, Japan. By the age of 30 years, 14.3% of women who had ever had a partner had experienced violence from that partner, and 3.3% had suffered injuries related to such violence. By the time women had reached the age of 49 years, these percentages were 19% and 4%, respectively. In addition to the need for increased prevention efforts, our findings indicate the need for an expanded legal definition of intimate partner violence in Japan given that the current definition excludes premarital violence.

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  • Entering the Lesbian World in Japan: Debut Stories

    Saori Kamano

    Journal of Lesbian Studies   9 ( 1-2 ) 11 - 30  2005

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    Conceiving of a "lesbian community" as the process and/ or the end product of a lesbian's going outside herself or her intimate relationship to connect with other lesbians, this paper explores the experiences of lesbians in entering the community in Tokyo, Japan, which lesbians refer to as "community debut." Based on the personal accounts gathered through interviewing 24 women in 2002 in the Tokyo area, this paper examines the personal contexts in which the women entered a lesbian community, which included searching for and defining themselves, accepting themselves, and acting out the new identity to make changes in their lives. Some of the women interviewed were prompted by a need to understand themselves as lesbians. Others with a lesbian identity searched for further affirmation through connecting with "the world of lesbians" beyond their immediate contexts. For some other women interviewed, entering the community was a way to help them start their lives anew by getting out of their previous (married) lives. The paper also specifically touches on the significance of the Internet as a source of information for individual women and as a way of creating a lesbian community, identifying both positive and negative aspects. Although the research reported in this paper leaves for further exploration how boundaries of the communities are negotiated and drawn, the norms of the communities, and conflicts and negotiations among individuals and groups, it has provided one piece of the mosaic of lesbian communities in Japan. The communities, while still largely invisible in the mainstream society, are nonetheless an important part of life, albeit in different ways, of many lesbians. The research process leads the author to anticipate greater visibility of lesbians and lesbian communities in Japan in the not too distant future. © 2005 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • Having and Raising Children in English-Speaking Countries

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor

    Journal of Population and Social Security (Population)(Web Journal)   Supplement to Volume 1   322 - 339  2003

  • Domesutikku Baiorensu to josei no kenko (Domestic Violence and Women's Health)

    Kamano, Saori, Mieko Yoshihama

    Josei shisetu jajaru (Journal of Women's Centers): Gakuyo Shobo   8   151 - 162  2003

  • Kodomo no irukotoga kappuru kankei manzokukan ni ataeru eikyo: Sweden no baai (The Presence of Children and Couple-Relationship Satisfaction in Sweden)

    Kamano, Saori

    Japanese Journal of Family Sociology   13 ( 2 ) 87 - 102  2002  [Refereed]

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    The present study analyzes the effect of children on satisfaction in couple-relationship in Sweden, using the 1996 "Survey on Work and Economy in Swedish Family" data. The results of hierarchical multiple regression analyses show that the effect of children on relationship satisfaction is partially explained by the division of housework and assessment of household economy. However, the findings also show that people with children are less satisfied with their relationship compared to those without children even when other factors are being controlled for. Both women and men with youngest children aged 2 to 5 are found to have a lower level of relationship satisfaction, compared to those without children. Assessment of household economy and the division of housework have the strongest effects on relationship satisfaction for men and women respectively. Findings from studies in the United States are replicated in Sweden despite the latter's comprehensive state support for raising children.

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  • Comparing Individual Attitudes in Seven Countries

    S Kamano

    SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH   28 ( 1 ) 1 - 35  1999.03  [Refereed]

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    Using the survey data on seven countries (France, the former West Germany, Great Britain, the United States, Japan, Italy, and the Netherlands), unidimensional scales of Traditionalism, Materialism, and Sense of Alienation were constructed. It was demonstrated that the effects of individual background variables such as sex, age, and educational level vary across countries and across attitudinal dimensions. Next, using Japan as a reference category, the effect of being in each of the other six countries on the three scales was tested. Finally, in order to explore what aspects of "country" that affect individuals' attitudes, the effects of macrocontext (the economic condition, religious environment, and polity type) were tested. It was found that the macro characteristics of a country is as significant as individual background variables in explaining individual attitudes. Further work in theoretical and empirical understanding of the mechanisms in which macro context affects individuals' attitudes is suggested. (C) 1999 Academic Press.

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  • A Cross-National Analysis of the Relationship between Genderedness in the Legal Naming of Same-Sex Sexual/Intimate Relationships and the Gender System

    Kamano, Saori

    Data Science, Classification and Related Methods: Proceedings of IFCS-96, edited by Hayashi, Ohsumi, Yajima, Tanaka, Bock & Baba, Tokyo: Springer-Verlag.     669 - 675  1998

  • Toward an Understanding of Cross-National Differences in the Naming of Same-Sex Sexual/Intimate Relationships

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor

    National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Journal   8   124 - 141  1996  [Refereed]

  • Same-Sex Sexual/Intimate Relationships: A Cross-National Analysis of the Interlinkages among Naming, the Gender System, and Gay and Lesbian Resistance Activities

    Kamano, Saori

    Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Sociology, Stanford University, CA, U.S.A.    1995.09  [Refereed]

  • Cross-National Analysis of the Social Construction of Homosexuality and Gender

    Kamano, Saori

    National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Journal   2   696 - 698  1990

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Books and Other Publications

  • Beyond diversity : queer politics, activism, and representation in contemporary Japan

    ( Part: Contributor)

    Düsseldorf university press  2024.01 ISBN: 9783110765823

  • 家族社会学事典

    日本家族社会学会( Part: Contributor, 性的マイノリティとエイジング)

    丸善出版  2023.12 ISBN: 9784621308349

  • セクシュアリティの人口学

    釜野さおり, 岩本健良( Part: Contributor, 性的指向と性自認のあり方の人口学的研究―SOGIと人口学的属性―)

    原書房  2022.11

  • 若者の性の現在地 青少年の性行動全国調査と複合的アプローチから考える

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor, 若年層の性的マイノリティに対する抵抗感―社会的属性・意識・経験との関連に着目して)

    勁草書房  2022.03

  • クィア・スタディーズをひらく2

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor, 国勢調査と同性カップル世帯−排除と可視化のはざまで)

    晃洋書房  2022.03

  • ワーク・ファミリー・バランス これからの家族と共働き社会を考える

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor, 同性カップルのワーク・ファミリー・バランス:欧州3カ国における制度と現実のはざまで)

    慶應義塾大学出版会  2021.10

  • The Oxford Handbook of Global LGBT and Sexual Diversity Politics

    Khor, Diana, Denise Tse-Shang Tang, Saori Kamano( Part: Contributor)

    Oxford University Press  2019.02  [Refereed]

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  • よくわかる家族社会学

    ( Part: Contributor, LGBT)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2019

  • 人口学事典

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor, LGBT)

    丸善出版  2018

  • 『プロブレムQ&A パートナーシップ・生活と制度[結婚、事実婚、同性婚]増補改訂版』

    杉浦郁子, 野宮亜紀, 大江千束( Part: Contributor, Q6 結婚する人は減っているのでしょうか?実態について教えてください。」「Q22 スウェーデンのパートナーシップ制度について詳しく教えてください。」)

    緑風出版  2016

  • “Reconciling Work and Family among Japanese Fathers with Preschool- Age Children,” in Isabella Crespi and Elisabetta Ruspini (eds.) Balancing Work and Family in a Changing Society

    Matsuda, Tomoko, Saori Kamano, Mieko Takahashi, Setsuko Onode, Kyoko Yoshizumi( Part: Contributor)

    Macmillan  2014

  • “Worklife balance in Japan: New policies, old practices,” in Barbara Hobson (ed.) Worklife Balance: The Agency and Capabilities Gap.

    Takahashi, Mieko, Saori Kamano, Tomoko Matsuda, Setsuko Onode, Kyoko Yoshizumi( Part: Contributor)

    Oxford University Press  2014

  • “Defining Lesbian Partnership,” in Kumiko Fujimura-Fanselow (ed.) Transforming Japan: How Feminism and Diversity are Making a Difference

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor( Part: Contributor, New York: Feminist Press)

    2011

  • 「性愛の多様性と家族の多様性―レズビアン家族・ゲイ家族」牟田和恵編『家族を超える社会学』

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor)

    新曜社  2009 ISBN: 9784788511835

  • “How did you two meet?" Lesbian partnerships in present-day Japan,” in Stevi Jackson, Liu Jieyu and Woo Juhyun (eds.) East Asian Sexualities: Modernity, Gender and New Sex Cultures

    Kamano, Saori with, Diana Khor( Part: Contributor)

    Zed Books  2008 ISBN: 9781842778890

  • 吉浜美恵子・釜野さおり・秋山弘子・戒能民江・林文・ゆのまえ知子(WHO保健政策部「女性の健康と生活についての国際調査」日本プロジェクトチーム)編著『女性の健康とドメスティック・バイオレンス WHO国際調査/日本調査結果報告書』

    釜野さおり( Part: Joint editor)

    新水社  2007 ISBN: 9784883851041

  • 「Q6 結婚する人は減っているのでしょうか?実態を教えてください。」「Q23 スウェーデンのパートナーシップ制度について詳しく教えてください。」杉浦郁子・野宮亜紀・大江千束編『プロブレムQ&A パートナーシップ・生活と制度[結婚、事実婚、同性婚]』

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor)

    緑風出版  2007 ISBN: 9784846107017

  • Khor, Diana and Saori Kamano (eds.), "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, Identities and Resistance (edited with Diana Khor)

    Saori Kamano( Part: Joint editor)

    Haworth Press: New York  2006 ISBN: 1560236922

  • 「Q5 女性は子どもを産めない体だと、無駄で価値がないのですか」「Q17 男女共同参画社会では、家族は高齢者介護をしなくなるのではありませんか?」日本女性学会ジェンダー研究会編 『男女共同参画/ジェンダーフリー/バッシング:バックラッシュへの徹底反論』

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor)

    明石書店  2006 ISBN: 9784750323480

  • 「レズビアンカップルとゲイカップル-社会環境による日常生活の相違」善積京子編『スウェーデンの家族とパートナー関係』

    釜野さおり( Part: Contributor)

    青木書店  2004 ISBN: 9784250204302

  • 「独身男女の描く結婚像」「独身女性の結婚意欲と出産意欲」目黒依子・西岡八郎編『少子化のジェンダー分析』

    釜野 さおり( Part: Contributor)

    勁草書房  2004 ISBN: 4326648600

  • “Dai 1 sho: Kazoku to kekkon(Chapter 1: Family and Marriage)” “Dai 8 sho: Fuankan (Chapter 8: Feeling of Anxiety)”, Kokuminsei Nanakakoku Hikaku (Seven-Nation Comparison of National Character), edited by Toukei Suuri Kenkyusho Kokuminsei Kokusai Hikaku Ch

    Kamano, Saori( Part: Contributor)

    1998

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Presentations

  • 性的指向・ジェンダーアイデンティティの多様性に係る学術研究・統計データ —日本における調査研究の現況と調査結果から見えること—

    釜野さおり  [Invited]

    第4回性的指向・ジェンダーアイデンティティ理解増進連絡会議 

    Presentation date: 2024.02

  • 生殖補助医療等の経験者・関心層の量的分析―性別、性的指向、婚姻状況等による比較

    藤井ひろみ, 布施香奈, 釜野さおり

    第64回日本母性衛生学会総会・学術集会 

    Presentation date: 2023.10

    Event date:
    2023.10
     
     
  • 大学教員の性的指向・性自認(SOGI)に ついての知識と態度に関する全国調査報告② :知識、抵抗感、取り組みについての考え方の分析

    釜野さおり, 風間孝, 北仲千里, 林夏生, 藤原直子

    2023年度日本女性学会大会 

    Presentation date: 2023.06

  • 学校現場と性的マイノリティ~「いるのが当たり前」という環境作りに向けて~

    釜野さおり  [Invited]

    東京都特別支援学校長会人権研修講演会 

    Presentation date: 2023.01

  • 大学教員の性的指向・性自認(SOGI)についての知識と態度に関する全国調査報告①性的マイノリティ学生に対する抵抗感と対応についての意識

    釜野さおり, 風間孝, 北仲千里, 林夏生, 藤原直子

    第95回日本社会学会大会 

    Presentation date: 2022.11

  • Do Same-gender Couples Share Housework More Equally than Different-gender Couples in Japan?: Preliminary Analysis of Quantitative Data

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor, Yusuke Kamiya  [Invited]

    International Workshop: The Intimate in and beyond Pandemic Times: Family, Personal Relationships and Singlehood at German Institute for Japanese Studies 

    Presentation date: 2022.11

  • 同性カップルの生活と関係性の計量分析の試み―法律婚・事実婚との比較から―

    釜野さおり, 神谷悠介, コーダイアナ

    第29回日本家族社会学会大会 

    Presentation date: 2022.09

  • 量的調査で同性カップルを特定する試み:無作為抽出調査を例として

     [Invited]

    2022年度家族問題研究学会 

    Presentation date: 2022.07

  • 同性カップルと国勢調査

    釜野さおり

    第74回日本人口学会大会 

    Presentation date: 2022.06

  • 『セクシュアリティの人口学』から第6章SOGIと人口学的属性

    釜野さおり, 岩本健良

    第74回日本人口学会大会 

    Presentation date: 2022.06

  • SOGIの聞き方

    釜野さおり

    自治体における無作為抽出による市民対象調査でSOGIをどのように扱うか―大阪市での実践を事例とした報告会 

    Presentation date: 2021.03

  • 性的指向の自認を「決めたくない・決めていない」人はみな性的マイノリティなのか?

    釜野さおり, 平森大規

    第93回日本社会学会大会(オンライン開催) 

    Presentation date: 2020.10

    Event date:
    2020.10
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    2020.11
  • 「性的マイノリティの存在の認識」「身近な性的マイノリティに対する嫌悪感」

    釜野さおり

    性的マイノリティについての意識:2019年(第2回)全国調査報告会(オンライン) 

    Presentation date: 2020.11

  • 調査票調査で性的指向・性自認を捉える−SOGI設問の試験的調査に基づく考察

    釜野さおり, 平森大規, 岩本健良

    日本行動計量学会第48回大会(対面開催中止、抄録にて報告済扱い) 

    Event date:
    2020.09
     
     
  • LGBT人口の基本的属性(セクシュアリティの人口学 6)

    釜野さおり, 岩本健良

    人口学研究会 第622回例会 

    Presentation date: 2020.02

  • 大阪市における無作為抽出調査からみたセクシュアル・マイノリティのメンタルヘルス

    釜野さおり, 石田仁, 岩本健良, 小山泰代, 千年よしみ, 平森大規, 藤井ひろみ, 布施香奈, 山内昌和, 吉仲崇  [Invited]

    セクシュアルマイノリティと医療・福祉・教育を考える全国大会2020 

    Presentation date: 2020.01

    Event date:
    2020.01
     
     

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    http://www.ipss.go.jp/projects/j/SOGI/*20200111セクマイ医療福祉教育パネル.pdf

  • 日本における同性間の婚姻に対する意識―JGSS-2018を用いた分析

    釜野さおり  [Invited]

    JGSSシンポジウム 

    Presentation date: 2020.01

  • 性的指向と性自認のあり方を社会調査で いかに捉えるか--大阪市民調査に向けた準備調査における項目の検討と 本調査の結果--

    釜野さおり, 平森大規

    第92回日本社会学会  (東京女子大学(杉並区)) 

    Presentation date: 2019.10

  • 性的マイノリティのパートナーからの暴力(DV)被害と相談行動に関する調査ー第一次集計分析ー

    釜野さおり, 北仲千里, 藤原直子

    2019年度日本女性学会大会  (一橋大学国立キャンパス(国立市)) 

    Presentation date: 2019.06

  • セクシュアリティの基礎知識: 諸外国の統計から

    釜野 さおり  [Invited]

    セクシュアル・マイノリティ支援者養成研修講座《基礎編》  世田谷区立男女共同参画センターらぷらす

    Presentation date: 2019.06

  • LGBTと統計:統計調査の読み方、使い方

    釜野 さおり  [Invited]

    中央大学連続公開講座『LGBTをめぐる社会の諸相』 

    Presentation date: 2019.05

  • LGBTと職場環境に関するWebアンケート調査 niji voice 2018: コメントと話題提供

    釜野 さおり  [Invited]

    ~LGBTも働きやすい職場づくり、生きやすい社会づくりのための『声』集め~報告会 

    Presentation date: 2018.12

  • Negotiating Heteronormativity: Non-Heterosexual Daughters’ Practicing Familial Intimacies

    KAMANO Saori

    Presentation date: 2018.11

  • 家族・ジェンダー・セクシュアリティと社会調査—そのプロセス、課題と今後の展望—

    釜野 さおり  [Invited]

    2018年度公開特別講演会・神戸女子大学グローバル・ローカル研究会 

    Presentation date: 2018.10

  • LGBTの現状と課題:家族支援を視野に入れて

    釜野 さおり  [Invited]

    NPO法人日本家族カウンセリング協会夏期研修会  (日本女子大学(文京区)) 

    Presentation date: 2018.08

  • Same-Sex Partners and Practices of Familial Research

    Khor, Diana, Saori Kamano

    XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology (International Sociological Association) (RC06 and RC32 Session, Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Partnership and Kin Relations)  (Metro Toronto Convention Center (Toronto)) 

    Presentation date: 2018.07

  • Experiences of and Ideas on Same-Sex Partnership Certificate in Shibuya-Ward, Tokyo

    Kamano, Saori, Yusuke Kamiya, Ikuko Sugiura, Hiroyuki Taniguchi

    XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology (International Sociological Association)(RC06 and RC32 Session, Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Partnership and Kin Relations)  (Metro Toronto Convention Center (Toronto)) 

    Presentation date: 2018.07

  • 性的マイノリティをめぐる量的データ:ダイバーシティ推進の文脈における両義性

    釜野さおり

    日本女性学会2018年度大会シンポジウム「ダイバーシティ推進政策とジェンダー/セクシュアリティの政治ー「LGBT 主流化」をめぐって」  (武蔵大学江古田キャンパス(東京都練馬区)) 

    Presentation date: 2018.06

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.12

  • 諸外国の公的統計における非標準世帯の把握についてー同性カップルの場合―

    釜野さおり

    人口統計に関する研究会(一橋大学経済研究所付属社会科学統計情報研究センター主催、中央大学経済研究所社会経済ミクロデータ研究部会共催)  (一橋大学国立西キャンパス(国立市)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.11

  • セクシュアル・マイノリティのおかれた状況:基礎知識と研究動向

    釜野さおり

    松下政経塾9月合宿  (松下政経塾(茅ヶ崎市)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.09

  • Attitudes toward Gender Relationships and Families: Overtime Changes and Determinants

    Kamano, Saori

    Asian Studies Conference Japan 2017(Panel: Japan’s Gender Equality in the Era of Abenomics, Organizer: Machiko Osawa)  (Rikkyo University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.07

  • ジェンダー意識と性的マイノリティに対する意識

    釜野さおり

    日本女性学会  (中京大学(名古屋市)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.06

  • 未婚者の結婚に関する意識の多面性

    釜野さおり, 中村真理子

    第69回日本人口学会  (東北大学青葉山キャンパス(仙台市)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.06

  • データからみるLGBT―2015年全国意識調査を中心として―

    釜野さおり

    ココロンセミナー  (福岡市人権啓発センター(福岡市)) 

    Presentation date: 2017.02

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2016.11

  • LGBT施策の背景と効果

    釜野さおり

    Work with Pride 2016 基調講演  (第一生命ホール(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2016.10

  • 同性愛(者)に対する意識とジェンダー・家族に関する意識との関連性:2015 年全国調査データを用いた分析

    釜野さおり

    第26回日本家族社会学会大会  (早稲田大学戸山キャンパス(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2016.09

  • 性的マイノリティはどのように捉えられているのか

    釜野さおり

    性的マイノリティの理解を進める愛媛大会  (松山コムズ(松山市)) 

    Presentation date: 2016.08

  • 性的指向と性自認(SOGI)を視野に入れた人口学的研究のこれから

    釜野さおり

    第68回日本人口学会企画セッション  (麗澤大学(柏市)) 

    Presentation date: 2016.06

  • ”LGBT”データの読み方活かし方

    釜野さおり, 河口和也, 風間孝

    調査結果報告会  (同志社大学(京都市)) 

    Presentation date: 2016.06

  • 性的マイノリティとの関わり

    釜野さおり

    『性的マイノリティについての全国調査:意識と政策』報告会  (国立社会保障・人口問題研究所(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.11

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.11

  • 日本におけるセクシュアル・マイノリティに対する意識(3)―身内と他人の場合の比較ならびに社会経済的属性との関連―

    釜野さおり, 吉仲崇, 風間孝, 石田仁, 河口和也

    第88回日本社会学会大会  (早稲田大学戸山キャンパス(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.09

  • 日本におけるセクシュアル・マイノリティに対する意識 (2) ―同性婚の賛否を規定する要因の探索的分析―

    石田仁, 河口和也, 釜野さおり, 吉仲崇, 風間孝

    第88回日本社会学会大会  (早稲田大学戸山キャンパス(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.09

  • 日本におけるセクシュアル・マイノリティに対する意識(1) ―セクシュアル・マイノリティ間の比較―

    風間孝, 石田仁, 河口和也, 釜野さおり, 吉仲崇

    第88回日本社会学会大会  (早稲田大学戸山キャンパス(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.09

  • 女性のライフコースに関する意識の分析

    釜野さおり

    政府税制調査会  (財務省(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.09

  • Overview of Work-Family Balance of Families in Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden: What We Can See from Cross-National Data and Reports

    Kamano, Saori

    日本家族社会学会第25回大会・国際セッション(Work-Family Balance of Families with Small Children: How to achieve gender equality in parenting)  (追手門学院大学(茨木市)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.09

  • 3ヵ国のワークライフバランスをめぐるコンテクスト

    釜野さおり

    国立社会保障・人口問題研究所・特別講演会(国際セミナー)『子育て世代のワーク・ファミリー・バランス-どうすれば育児におけるジェンダー平等は進むのか』  (国立社会保障・人口問題研究所(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.09

  • 意識調査からみた「(非)規範的家族」像

    釜野さおり

    日本女性学会2015年度大会(パネル『「家族」の規範を問う―非規範的な親子関係・パートナーシップ関係をめぐって』)  (ウィングス京都(京都市)) 

    Presentation date: 2015.05

  • 「家族」に関するデータをめぐるポリティックス

    釜野さおり

    クィア学会第7回研究大会シンポジウム「家族をめぐるポリティックス」―「個」から問い直す制度  (中京大学(名古屋市)) 

    Presentation date: 2014.12

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2014.11

  • Changes in Family Forms in Japan: Analyses of Subjective Definitions

    Kamano, Saori

    XVIII International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology  (Pacifico Yokohama (Yokohama)) 

    Presentation date: 2014.07

  • Attitudes toward Non-Normative Sexualities among University Students in Japan: Quantitative Analysis (Part 2)

    Kamano, Saori, Takashi Kazama, Kazuya Kawaguchi, Hitoshi Ishida, Takashi Yoshinaka, Katsuhiko Suganuma

    XVIII International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology  (Pacifico Yokohama (Yokohama)) 

    Presentation date: 2014.07

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2013.11

  • 世界の人口、日本の人口?ジェンダーからみた日本の少子化

    釜野さおり

    (一社)国際善隣協会公開フォーラム  (国際善隣協会(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2013.10

  • 共働き家庭の父親のワーク・ファミリー・バランス

    善積京子, 斧出節子, 釜野さおり, 高橋美恵子, 松田智子

    第86回日本社会学会  (慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2013.10

  • ジェンダー・結婚・家族に関する意識の変遷

    釜野さおり

    2013年度日本女性学会大会  (エソール広島・広島県女性総合センター(広島市)) 

    Presentation date: 2013.06

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2012.11

  • 未就学児をもつ共働き父親のワーク・ファミリー・バランス―潜在能力アプローチによる分析―

    斧出節子, 釜野さおり, 高橋美恵子, 松田智子, 善積京子

    日本家族社会学第21回大会  (甲南大学(西宮市)) 

    Presentation date: 2011.09

  • The Queering of Family Sociology in Japan: Still a goal to be reached?

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor

    The 12th Annual Meeting of the Hong Kong Sociological Association (Panel: Queering Sociology)  (Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong) 

    Presentation date: 2010.12

  • The Koseki System and the ‘Family’ in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    Hosei Lecture Series for Daiwa Scholars  (Hosei University (Tokyo)) 

    Presentation date: 2010.11

  • 新たなワーク・ファミリー・バランス論に向けて−センの〈潜在能力〉アプローチの可能性−

    釜野さおり, 斧出節子, 高橋美恵子, 松田智子, 善積京子

    第83回日本社会学会大会  (名古屋大学(名古屋市)) 

    Presentation date: 2010.11

  • おふたりの出会いのきっかけは?―レズビアンの〈家族形成〉―

    釜野さおり

    第8回リプロダクション研究会  (国立社会保障・人口問題研究所(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2009.09

  • レズビアン(カップル)の仕事と経済の実態

    釜野さおり

    日本女性学会2009年度大会(パネル:同性間パートナーシップに関する諸問題)  (お茶の水女子大学(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2009.06

  • Who Matters? The Personal Networks of Lesbian Couples in Japan

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor

    The 10th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women (Panel: East Asian Lesbians: Negotiating Relationships and Space)  (Universidad Complutence, Madrid, Spain) 

    Presentation date: 2008.07

  • パーソナル・ネットワークの実態と法的保障のニーズ(同性カップルの生活実態と権利意識に関する調査分析)

    杉浦郁子, 釜野さおり, 柳原良江

    第53回日本=性研究会議――JASE学術研究補助金対象研究の成果発表会――  (光の家会館コンベンションセンター(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2008.06

  • レズビアンカップルのパーソナル・ネットワーク――その実態と法的保障との関連――

    釜野さおり

    シンポジウム「同性カップルの生活と制度――聞き取り調査から考える現在と未来――」(共催:レインボートーク2006生活実態調査プロジェクト・お茶の水女子大学21世紀COEプログラム「ジェンダー研究のフロンティア」プロジェクトC)  (お茶の水女子大学(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2007.12

  • レズビアン家族とゲイ家族から「従来の家族」を問う

    釜野さおり

    第17回日本家族社会学会大会シンポジウム『家族のオルタナティブ―家族研究の挑戦』  (札幌学院大学(札幌市)) 

    Presentation date: 2007.09

  • ‘Coming out’ for Lesbians in Japan: Meanings and Implications

    Kamano, Saori

    International Conference on LGBT Rights, 1st World Outgames Montreal (Panel: Multifaceted Lesbian Lives in Japan Today)  (Montreal, Canada) 

    Presentation date: 2006.07

  • Entering the Lesbian World in Japan: Debut Stories

    Kamano, Saori

    National Women’s Studies Association Annual Meeting  (Oakland, California, U.S.A.) 

    Presentation date: 2006.06

  • Doing ‘Couples’ in Lesbian Communities and Doing ‘Lesbian Couples’ in Japanese Society

    Kamano, Saori

    Sexualities, Genders and Rights in Asia: 1ST International Conference of Asian Queer Studies  (Bangkok, Thailand) 

    Presentation date: 2005.07

  • Housework in Lesbian Couples in Japan: Its Division, Interpretation and Negotiation

    Kamano, Saori

    The 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women  (Seoul, Korea) 

    Presentation date: 2005.06

  • 日本の同性カップルにおける家事分担の実態―事例研究から―

    釜野さおり

    第77回日本社会学会  (熊本大学(熊本市)) 

    Presentation date: 2004.11

  • WHO『DVと女性の健康国際調査』日本(横浜市)調査結果の報告とシンポジウム

    吉浜美恵子, 釜野さおり

    主催:WHO「DVと女性の健康国際調査」日本調査プロジェクトチーム・お茶の水女子大学21世紀COEプログラム「ジェンダー研究のフロンティア」(F-GENS)プロジェクトA1  (お茶の水女子大学(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2004.10

  • シングル女性のライフコースに対する考え方―専業主婦という生き方に関する分析―

    釜野さおり

    日本女性学会2004年大会  (鳥取県倉吉未来中心(倉吉市)) 

    Presentation date: 2004.06

  • he link between intimate partner violence and childhood exposure to violence: A population-based study in Japan

    Yoshihama, Mieko, Julie Horrocks, Saori Kamano, Kristine Dunkle

    The 8th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research  (New Orleans, LA, U.S.A) 

    Presentation date: 2004.01

  • 未婚者のライフコース:第12回出生動向基本調査から

    釜野さおり

    日本人口学会第55回大会  (長良川国際会議場) 

    Presentation date: 2003.06

  • Having and Raising Children in English-Speaking Countries

    Kamano, Saori, Diana Khor

    International Workshop/Seminar on Low Fertility and Social Policies  (Tokyo) 

    Presentation date: 2002.11

  • ドメスティック・バイオレンス−社会的暴力・経済的暴力と女性の健康との関連を探る−

    釜野さおり, 吉浜美恵子

    第75回日本社会学会大会  (大阪大学(吹田市)) 

    Presentation date: 2002.11

  • 「第1部 調査報告」公開シンポジウム「ドメスティック・バイオレンス(DV)と女性の健康〜DVの新たな課題にどう取り組むか」

    釜野さおり, 吉浜美恵子

    WHO「DVと女性の健康」国際調査日本調査プロジェクトチーム・横浜市・横浜市女性協会共催  (フォーラム横浜(横浜市)) 

    Presentation date: 2002.07

  • Women’s Health, Social Support, and Domestic Violence Victimization in Japan

    Yoshihama, Mieko, Saori Kamano

    International Society for Studies of Traumatic Stress Conference  (New Orleans, LA. U.S.A.) 

    Presentation date: 2001.12

  • 日本のレズビアンカップルにおける家事分担の解釈と交渉―インタビュー調査をもとに―

    釜野さおり

    日本家族社会学会第14回大会  (日本大学(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 2001.09

  • Delayed Marriage but Unchanging Gender Expectations in Japan

    Kamano, Saori

    National Women’s Studies Association Conference 2001  (Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A.) 

    Presentation date: 2001.06

  • スウェーデンでは子どもがいることがカップル関係にどう影響するか−「スウェーデンの家庭における労働と経済調査」データを中心として−

    釜野さおり

    第72回日本社会学会大会  (上智大学(東京都)) 

    Presentation date: 1999.10

  • 同性間の性愛に対する社会の反応とジェンダーシステムの関係―仮説とその検証の試み―

    釜野さおり

    日本女性学会1997年秋季大会  (長岡短期大学(長岡市)) 

    Presentation date: 1997.11

  • 意識調査の質問文と選択肢の中のジェンダーバイヤス

    釜野さおり

    第70回日本社会学会大会  (千葉大学(千葉市)) 

    Presentation date: 1997.11

  • アメリカ社会学界における『ジェンダー』分野の位置付け―高等教育機関の研究者・教育者の募集要項の分析

    釜野さおり

    第69回日本社会学会大会  (琉球大学(中頭郡)) 

    Presentation date: 1996.11

  • ゲイ・レズビアンのサブカルチャーおよびリベレーション運動の国際比較

    釜野さおり

    第22回数理社会学会  (大阪大学(吹田市)) 

    Presentation date: 1996.09

  • A Cross-National Analysis of the Relationship between Genderedness in the Legal Naming of Same-Sex Sexual/Intimate Relationships and the Gender System

    Kamano, Saori

    IFCS-96: Fifth Conference of International Federation of Classification Societies in Kobe  (Kobe) 

    Presentation date: 1996.03

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  • 大学の性的指向・性自認に関する取組みについての現状調査と施策モデルの構築

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業

    Project Year :

    2022.04
    -
    2026.03
     

    風間 孝, 釜野 さおり, 林 夏生, 藤原 直子, 北仲 千里

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    全国の大学1168校(短大や高専を含む)のホームページにアクセスを行い、性的指向・性自認・性の多様性・性的マイノリティ等に関する大学の取り組みを調査した。その結果、学生向けに性的指向・性自認についてのガイドラインを掲載している大学は54校(4.6%)であった。また教職員向けにガイドラインを掲載している大学は19校(1.6%)であった。
    学生向けのガイドライン調査に当たっては、①相談について(どの相談窓口が対応するか、対応する相談内容)、②氏名・性別の情報とその管理について(氏名の変更について、性別情報の取扱いについて、大学の発行する証明書について、大学に提出する諸書類について)、③授業について(授業への配慮願、体育実技について、更衣室について、学外実習について、授業におけるグループ分け、授業における呼称)、④学生生活について(健康診断、学生宿舎・セミナーハウス、多目的トイレ、入学式・卒業式の服装)、⑤就職活動・キャリア支援について(インターンシップへの支援体制、就職活動への支援体制、履歴書について)、⑥留学への対応について、⑦カミングアウトとアウティング(語句説明、対応方法等)、⑧入学前相談や入学試験について、にわけてその内容を整理した。なおガイドラインのある大学のうち、それぞれについて記載している割合は、①9割、②のうち氏名の変更については9割弱、③のうち授業への配慮願については7割強、④のうち健康診断については9割弱、⑤ではインターンシップについては6割弱であった。

  • Inclusion and Empowerment of the Next Generation in the Diversifying World: Practices in Sweden and Germany

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2021.04
    -
    2026.03
     

  • Constructing a Demography of Sexual Orientation and Gender and Identity: Nationwide Random Sampling Survey

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2021.04
    -
    2025.03
     

  • A Study on the Living Conditions of Sexual Minorities Living in Japan Engaged in Childbirth and Childcare

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2021.04
    -
    2025.03
     

  • Same-sex Partnership in Hong Kong and Japan: Where Family Studies Meets Queer Studies

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2019.04
    -
    2023.03
     

  • The Research on a Model to Facilitate Initiatives on sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Japanese Universities

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2019.04
    -
    2023.03
     

    Kazama Takashi

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    In this study, we conducted an all-inclusive survey on Japanese university policies (2020) and a random sampling survey of university faculty nationwide (2021). The results of the all-inclusive survey (27.0% response rate) of 773 national universities, public universities, private universities, and junior colleges showed that about half (50.5%) of the responding universities had received requests for consultation and response from sexual minority students, but only less than 10% (8.7%) had introduced guidelines.
    In addition, the results of a nationwide survey of university faculty members (791 universities, 180,980 members) (38.8% response rate) showed that approximately 40% of university faculty members had encountered sexual minority (may be) students, and approximately 10% of faculty members indicated that they would feel uncomfortable if a sexual minority student was in their seminar they were in charge of.

  • Research on the transformation of consiousness and policy towards sexual minorities

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2018.04
    -
    2023.03
     

  • Work Family Balance in the Diversifying World: Practices in Sweden, the Netherlands, and Germany

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2016.04
    -
    2021.03
     

    Takahashi Mieko

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    This study explored empirically how, the societal environment and employment system in Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany foster the well-being of individuals and their families through keeping within the legal working hours and the ability to choose diverse and flexible lifestyle and work pattern, which thus render possible the practice of work family balance (WFB) at the individual level.
    In these three countries, WFB related policies and systems go beyond the conventional “standard” family model and encompass diverse family types, including same-sex couples and lone-parent families. Our analyses showed that the common denominators among these countries include a high awareness of working people of their rights and the exercise of their capability in daily lives, the placing of children at the center of their life by working women and men with young children, and the prioritization of time with families as much as possible.

  • Demography of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: Building a Foundation for Research in Japan

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2016.04
    -
    2021.03
     

    Kamano Saori

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    Despite the need for reliable information on sexual orientation and gender identity, there is a lack of knowledge based on quantitative data in Japan. This research developed questions to capture sexual orientation and gender identity (cisgender or transgender) through focus groups and other methods. Using a questionnaire that includes SOGI questions and questions on employment status, economic status, mental and physical health, suicidal ideation, attitudes toward gender, family, and SOGI-related policies, and experience of being bullied, a mail survey was administered to 15,000 randomly selected residents of Osaka City in 2019. 4,285 responses were collected, and results of analysis by SOGI comparison of educational attainment, income, and physical and mental health were presented in academic conferences and papers. The research indicated the significance of including SOGI in random sampling surveys.

  • Research on Family Changes and Sustainability of Societies in East Asia

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2017.04
    -
    2020.03
     

    Iwai Noriko

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    This research conducted the 2018 Japanese General Social Survey which included the 2016 East Asian Social Survey family module, and created harmonized international data. Valid responses were 2660 in Japan, 1015 in Korean, 4132 in China, and 2024 in Taiwan.
    The research examined changes in families by comparing the EASS 2016 data with the EASS 2006 data. With regards to financial support from children to parents, approximately 70% did not provide any support, and this number did not change over the ten years in Japan. While the proportion of those who provide no financial support to their parents increased to nearly 50% in Taiwan, frequent financial support to parents increased to around 30 % in Korea and China.
    Combining the data with the Japanese General Social Survey cumulative data file since 2000, the research also explored the perceptions and behaviors on sustainable society, including the use of renewable energy, conservation of electricity, and pollution.

  • Practices of Intimacy in Mother-daughter Relationships: Qualitative Research on Negotiations of Heteronormativity, Gender Norms and Family Norms

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2014.04
    -
    2019.03
     

    Khor Diana, KAM Lucetta, WONG Day

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    We conducted focus group discussions and interviews with adult heterosexual and non-heterosexual daughters, and mothers of such daughters in Hong Kong and Japan to explore how familial intimacy is practiced, and if gendered heterosexual norms are reproduced or challenged. Motherhood/wifehood is not revealed to be a basis of mother-daughter identification or intimacy;lesbian-identification, if accepted, could enhance intimacy. However, there are clear signs of the enforcement of heteronormativity. While the mother might be proud of the daughter's achievements, they do not offset her gender/sexual transgressions. Likewise, while a female partner could allay the mother’s worry about the daughter’s future, her status in the family is not equivalent to that of a sibling’s heterosexual spouse. Whether close or not, daughters show a strong sense of obligation towards the mother, especially among the less well-to-do, and the concept of 'care' is core to how they define intimacy.

  • Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage in Japan: Trends, Causes and Social Implications

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2013.04
    -
    2018.03
     

    Iwasawa Miho, KAMATA Kenji, SHINTANI Yuriko, NAKAMURA Mariko, NISHI Fumihiko, KUDO Takeshi, RAYMO James, HERTOG Ekaterina, NAGASE Nobuko, KATO Akihiko, MOTEGI Akira, SATO Ryuzaburo, MOTRITA Masahito, MOGI Ryohei

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    To understand the changes in the processes of marriage formation and dissolution, we (1) described the trends and differentials across generations, spaces and socio-economic groups, (2) constructed and tested explanatory models, and (3) evaluated the outcomes of these changes. We employed both quantitative and qualitative approaches by analyzing micro data, and conducting in-depth interviews. We found that younger generations are less likely to get married and more likely to get divorced because of lack of the intimate relationships and economic bases. Following factors are partly responsible for our findings; unbalanced sex ratios in the local marriage market, decline in matchmaking social functions and conflicts between existing systems such as asymmetric gender systems and advanced socio-economic systems. However, we also found the newly emerging family patterns, i.e. highly educated or those living in urban areas have an advantage to form partnership in the latest period.

  • The Construction of Queer Studies in Japan

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2013.04
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    2017.03
     

    Kawaguchi Kazuya, YOSHINAKA Takashi

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    In our research group, in March 2015 the survey cluster implemented the quantitative survey all over Japan using formal methodology. The policy cluster conducted exhausted survey to the local governments on how they implement policies for sexual minorities within the gender equal society and human rights fields in May 2016. To accomplish the projects, we got the suggestion on making questionnaire, wording and communication methods when the results are disclosed. And we organized conference for showing the results of this survey at Tokyo and Kyoto. Moreover we published “Attitudes toward Sexual Minorities in Japan: Report of 2015 National Survey” on the Website of the representative researcher.

  • Work Family Balance of Japanese Men in the Era of Globalization

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2012.04
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    2017.03
     

    TAKAHASHI Mieko

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    This study focuses on Japanese male global workers, mainly expatriates working for Japanese enterprises, who either have been living in Sweden, the Netherlands or Germany with their wives and children (Study 1) or had worked there but have come back to Japan (Study 2). During 2013 and 2015, we interviewed a total of 65 persons. The result from Study 1 shows that their perception and attitudes towards WFB have changed to a large extent. Though many of the interviewees have become more aware of WFB and even tried to make a better balance, they have difficulty practicing it at the workplace after coming back to Japan (Study 2).
    It is essential to learn from policies and practices in the EU counties, such as a minimum daily rest period of 11 consecutive hours in every 24 hours, and their effects, and to start a new discourse on WFB that takes into account health and sustainability of future generations.

  • Multi-angle Study of Changes in Japanese Families: An Attempt at Integrative Data Analysis

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2013.04
    -
    2016.03
     

    Kamano Saori, CHITOSE Yoshimi, KOYAMA Yasuyo, YAMAUCHI Masakazu, FUSE Kana, NOGUCHI Haruko, YAMATO Reiko

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    We compiled a database of survey questions used in quantitative family research in Japan. The database is organized by topics and includes a list of questions and response categories and details of the data collection method. From the database, we identified themes that can be analyzed using “integrative data analysis.” Such themes include the division of and time spent on housework and childcare; communication, companionship and decision-making between partners; relationship satisfaction; and ideas regarding families. In addition, we undertook an Internet survey (n=1271) in order to compare the response patterns when different response categories are used on the same question and when different questions are asked on the same phenomenon. We also conducted face-to-face interviews with 6 married couples on the survey questions in order to understand these response patterns.

  • Developing Queer Studies in Japan

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2010
    -
    2012
     

    KAZAMA Takashi, SUGANUMA Katsuhiko, KAWAGUCHI Kazuya, HORIE Yuri, SHIMIZU Akiko, TANIGUCHI Hiroyuki, KAMANO Saori, ISHIDA Hitoshi

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    The aim of this research project was to further develop queer studies in the Japanese context by looking at the intersection of sexuality, gender, class, race, ethnicity, region, and nationality. It was found that a number of studies on the Japanese legal system, social survey, and institutional design relevant to queer concerns have thus far been conducted without having a productive merger between their empirical research and theoretical investigations. It was therefore recognised that it is of utmost importance to make this project’s findings have critical dialogues with the concerns of diverseacademic disciplines as well as the general public.

  • Work Life Balance and Childrearing of Fathers-A Comparative Study of Japan, Sweden and EU

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2009
    -
    2011
     

    TAKAHASHI Mieko, YOSHIZUMI Kyoko, ONODE Setsuko, MATSUDA Tomoko, KAMANO Saori

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    This study explored the factors which affect fathers' childrearing and work life balance(WLB) in Japan in comparison to Sweden and other EU countries. Our macro-and micro-level analyses show two existing gaps in Japan with regard to WLB-gender gap and the gap between existing policies and actual practices. In order to increase people' s WLB-related capabilities, it is critical that, first of all, family policy in Japan on the whole become premised upon a family structure characterized by" dual earners/ dual caretakers" that guarantees all parents the right to both work and raise children. Secondly, it is important to establish a working environment in which employees could utilize policies aimed at establishing a balance between work and home lives. There is a pressing need for companies to make alternate staffing arrangements so that burdens on the other employees do not ensue when workers avail themselves of existing childcare support policies.

  • Queer Studies in Japan-Possibilities/Potentialities

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2007
    -
    2009
     

    KAZAMA Takashi, CLAIRE Maree, KAWAGUCHI Kazuya, SHIMIZU Akiko, TANIGUCHI Hiroyuki, HORIE Yuri, KAMANO Saori, SUGANUMA Katsuhiko, ISHIDA Hitoshi, KAWASAKA Kazuyoshi, YOSHINAKA Takashi

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    Research was conducted to account for the feasibility of applying Anglo-American based Queer Studies to Japan's culture and society. As a result, the following points were confirmed : it is imperative to consider the relationship between nationalism and globalization in the political and cultural government and regulation of gender and sexuality ; research needs be conducted from a frame of reference that posits sexuality and gender as intersecting with axes of social positioning, class, race/ethnicity, regionalism and nationality.

  • Impact of Family Policies on Family Relations in Sweden

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    1998
     
     
     

    YOSHIZUMI Kyoko, ISHIGURO Nobu, KAMANO Saori, MATSUDA Tomoko, ONODE Setsuko, KIMURA Kiyomi

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    We visited administrators responsible for elderly care and childcare policies in Sweden and the city of Goteborg and personnel involved in the actual care of the elderly and children in relevant institutions. In addition, we interviewed 7 couples who are raising children and 7 families whose parents require elderly care. Obtaining from this research a concrete understanding of Swedish family welfare policies and the influence of family welfare policies on family relationships and family life, we arrived at the following points to attend to with respect to family welfare policies in Japan.

  • Diversification of Family Relationships and Family Welfare Policy

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    1997
    -
    1998
     

    MATSUDA Tomoko, YOSHIZUMI Kyoko, ISHIGURO Nobu, KAMANO Saori, ONODE Setsuko, KIMURA Kiyomi

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    The study was undertaken to investigate relations between diversification of family relationships and family welfare policies, comparing with Sweden. The specific questions were addressed as follows : (1) how family relationship are diversified? (2) what ideologies are hidden behind family welfare policies? (3) how family welfare policies and their ideologies affect family life and work?
    The questionnaire was sent to married couples where husbands were born between 1938 * 1978, randomly selected from a listing of eligible people in each self-governing body in 4 cities in the Prefecture of Osaka. The subjects were 862 couples (862 wives, 862 husbands), living in nuclear family households.
    The results of the study indicated following findings :
    (1)Not only attitudes and values regarding family, but also actual conditions of family life were diversified according to husbands-wife and different forms of working.
    (2)Comparison with the Swedish Survey indicated that husbands-wife relationships were very different between two countries. For instance, compared with Japanese men, men in Sweden were much more engaged in housework and strongly support the equality of men and women.
    (3)Family welfare policies and their ideologies affected various aspects of individuals' and couples' lives.

  • 日本人の「カテゴリー的思考」と国民性の再形成の過程に関する研究

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 奨励研究(A)

    Project Year :

    1996
     
     
     

    釜野 さおり

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    本研究では、日本人の国民性の根底に「カテゴリー的思考」があるのではないか、という考えに基づいて、1994年1月から1996年12月の間に発行された17の主要雑誌(発行部数35万以上)の記事のタイトルをデータとして、「カテゴリー的思考」の表れを分析した。記事のタイトルは、その内容を要約すると同時に読者の興味を引くことために「話題」になると考えられるカテゴリーから成っているので、そこから何が「常識的でない」と思われているかを読み取ることができた。タイトルに使われているカテゴリーは、年齢/年代、性別、職業/職種、婚姻状況、容姿に基づいたものが主で、その特徴として、男性、又は性を限定しないカテゴリーに比べて、女性を表現するものが圧倒的に多いこと、女性や女性の容姿(美人/美女)と職業の組み合わせや、妻、主婦などの既婚女性に基づいたカテゴリーが多いこと、女性の容姿に基づいたものは極端に詳細化しており、身体の各部分を記述するカテゴリーが多いことなどが浮き彫りになった。また、「日本人」というカテゴリーには、「外」からみた日本を意識した内容のものが半数以上あった。マスメディアに氾濫するカテゴリーの顕著さのみから、日本人の考え方に「カテゴリー的思考」が根付いている、と言い切ることはできないが、これが日本人の考え方の一面を表していると同時に、それを形作っていることは否定できない。特に、男性は完成した「個」として捉えられ、逆に女性は、年齢、職業、誰かの妻、という角度から個をばらばらにして把握されている傾向は著しい。今後は、ここで観察されたカテゴリーが日本人の日常生活の中でどの様に認識され、どの様な状況でどんな意味を持って使われているのかに焦点を当てる研究を行なう必要がある。

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  • 性的指向における「決めたくない・決めていない」の回答を探る―「性的指向・性自認に関する設問の改善に向けた試験的調査」の結果より―

    釜野さおり, 平森大規, 石田仁, 岩本健良, 小山泰代, 千年よしみ, 藤井ひろみ, 布施香奈, 山内昌和, 吉仲崇

       2020.07

    Authorship:Lead author

    Other  

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    http://www.ipss.go.jp/projects/j/SOGI/20200701
    _Report_on_Undecided.pdf

  • Summary Report of the National Survey of Family, Gender/Sexuality, and Diversity

    Journal of Population Problems   80 ( 1 ) 119 - 153  2024.03

    Other  

  • Asking Older Adults about Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Social Surveys: Findings from Cognitive Interviews

    HIRAMORI Daiki, KOYAMA Yasuyo, KAMANO Saori, CHITOSE Yoshimi, FUSE Kana, SAMBE Michiko, IWAMOTO Takeyoshi, TAKEUCHI Kyoko, SHIN Jiyeon

    IPSS Working Paper Series   68   1 - 29  2023.11

    DOI

  • Summary Report of the National Survey of Family, Gender/Sexuality, and Diversity

       2023.10

    Authorship:Lead author, Corresponding author

    Other  

  • SOGI and Family Research through Quantitative Surveys

    Daiki Hiramori, Saori Kamano, Yasuyo Koyama

    Annals of Family Studies   48   5 - 25  2023.07  [Invited]

    DOI

  • 日本における結婚と出産の動向-第16回出生動向基本調査(2021年社会保障・人口問題基本調査)の結果より-

    岩澤美帆, 守泉理恵, 釜野さおり, 余田翔平, 吉田航, 斉藤知洋, 別府志海, 是川夕

    人口問題研究   79 ( 1 )  2023

    J-GLOBAL

  • 第16回出生動向基本調査「結果の概要」について-変わりゆく結婚・出生・子育ての行動と意識-

    岩澤美帆, 守泉理恵, 釜野さおり, 余田翔平, 吉田航, 斉藤知洋, 別府志海, 是川夕

    厚生の指標   70 ( 2 )  2023

    J-GLOBAL

  • 生殖補助医療等の経験者・関心層の量的分析-性別,性的指向,婚姻状況等による比較

    布施香奈, 藤井ひろみ, 釜野さおり

    母性衛生(CD-ROM)   64 ( 3 )  2023

    J-GLOBAL

  • 性的マイノリティについての意識:2019年(第2回)全国調査報告会配布資料

    釜野さおり, 石田仁, 風間孝, 平森大規, 吉仲崇, 河口和也

       2020.11

    Authorship:Lead author

    Lecture material (seminar, tutorial, course, lecture, etc.)  

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    近日中に広島修道大学・河口和也研究室のHPで公開予定。

  • 「性的指向と性自認の人口学―日本における研究基盤の構築」(平成28年度~令和2年度)について

    釜野さおり

    社会保障研究   5 ( 2 ) 254 - 257  2020  [Invited]

    Authorship:Lead author

    Rapid communication, short report, research note, etc. (bulletin of university, research institution)  

  • 大阪市民の働き方と暮らしの多様性と共生にかんするアンケート報告書(単純集計結果)

    釜野さおり, 石田仁, 岩本健良, 小山泰代, 千年よしみ, 平森大規, 藤井ひろみ, 布施香奈, 山内昌和, 吉仲崇

       2019.11

    Other  

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    http://www.ipss.go.jp/projects/j/SOGI/*20191108大阪市民調査報告書(修正2).pdf

  • The 15th Japanese National Fertility Survey

    石井 太, 釜野 さおり, 岩澤 美帆, 守泉 理恵, 別府 志海, 是川 夕, 余田 翔平, 中村 真理子, 新谷 由里子

    人口問題研究   72 ( 4 ) 350 - 355  2016.12

    CiNii

  • 全国自治体における 性自認・性的指向に関連する施策調査 (2016(平成 28)年 4 月~7 月実施)

    谷口洋幸, 石田仁, 釜野さおり, 河口和也, 堀江有里

    科学研究費助成事業「日本におけるクィア・スタディーズの構築」研究グループ編    2016

  • 性的マイノリティについての意識:2015年全国意識調査報告書

    釜野さおり, 石田仁, 風間孝, 河口和也

    「日本におけるクィア・スタディーズの構築」研究グループ編    2016

  • LGBT当事者アンケート調査〜2600人の声から〜

    分析担当, 釜野さおり, 岩本健良

    NHK・LGBT法連合会    2015.11

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (trade magazine, newspaper, online media)  

  • The Fifth National Survey on Family in Japan, 2013

      70 ( 4 ) 461 - 511  2014.12

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (scientific journal)  

    CiNii

  • Introduction

    Diana Khor, Saori Kamano

    'Lesbians' in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance     1 - 9  2013

    Other  

    DOI

  • "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, identities, and resistance

    Diana Khor, Saori Kamano

    'Lesbians' in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance     1 - 197  2013

    Other  

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    Discover the courageous, vibrant similarities and differences of lesbians in East Asia. How are same-sex relationships similar or different in the cultures of East Asia? "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance is a unique examination of research and vital issues involving lesbians and lesbianism in East Asia, using perspectives by academics and activists who typically are rarely published in English. Contributing experts from Hong Kong, mainland China, Japan, and Korea discuss a variety of topics, including solidarity and conflicts between lesbians and feminists, identities and identity politics, lesbian lives and families, and representation in mainstream culture. Asia, because of its inherent language and cultural differences from Western society, is a location of a vast unrealized fount of knowledge about same-sex relationships and the societies in which they interact. "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance begins to fill this gap in knowledge, going beyond "East-West" divisions by gathering in one volume studies in Asia lesbian/queer studies of both the West and Asia. The text's emphasis is on points of connection and cooperation across the cultures within Asia and between this region and other areas of the world. Diverse viewpoints and research on lesbians in China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan are presented showing issues and concerns that may be different-and often are very similar-to regions beyond those borders. Topics in "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance include: • lesbian rights and feminism in Korea • emotional damage suffered in family, work, and school contexts, including self-denial • analysis of Internet exchanges in China, highlighting those feeling that they should maintain a low profile and others showing disdain toward the lesbian lifestyle • gender inequality and discrimination and their effects on self-sufficiency • the effects of expectations of marriage or remaining single on economics, legal standpoints, and in school • ignorance and intolerance in Korean and Japanese societies • identity politics • conflicts of ideas between lesbians and feminists • and much more! "Lesbians" in East Asia: Diversity, Identities, and Resistance is important, illuminating reading for academics and students in women's studies, gender studies, queer/sexuality studies, East Asian studies, and activists in feminist movements. © 2006 by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • The Family Changes in Contemporary Japan: Overview of the Results of the 4th NSFJ (2008)

    NISHIOKA, Hachiro, Masakazu YAMAUCHI, Yasuyo KOYAMA, Yoshimi CHITOSE, Saori KAMANO, Keita SUGA, Atsushi HOSHI

    The Japanese Journal of Population   10 ( 1 ) 1 - 31  2012

    Article, review, commentary, editorial, etc. (scientific journal)  

  • 第14回出生動向基本調査 結婚と出産に関する全国調査 : 独身者調査の結果概要

    金子 隆一, 岩澤 美帆, 釜野 さおり

    人口問題研究   67 ( 4 ) 86 - 109  2011.12

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Teaching Experience

  • ジェンダー・セクシュアリティ論

    早稲田大学・社会科学総合学術院  

    2022.09
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    Now
     

  • Families and Sexualities in Japan

    法政大学・交換留学生受け入れプログラム  

    2003
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    2023.07
     

  • ジェンダーの社会学(演習II)

    静岡大学大学院人文社会学部社会学研究科  

    2014.09
     
     
     

  • 現代社会研究3「レズビアン・ゲイ・トランスジェンダーの視点からみた社会」

    立教大学・社会学部  

    2010.09
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    2011.03
     

  • 応用社会学研究方法2

    佛教大学通信教育部・応用社会学科  

    1999.07
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    2007.08
     

  • Gender in Japanese Society

    法政大学交換留学生受け入れプログラム  

    2002.09
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    2003.03
     

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Sub-affiliation

  • Faculty of Social Sciences   Graduate School of Social Sciences