Associate Professor, School of Arts and Letters,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Transnational sociology

Research themes:
The transnational sociological study of the integration of immigrants in West European countries, the comparative sociological study of the protection of immigrants and refugees in Japan and Germany, and theory of modern society

Globalization, multiculturalism, immigrants and refugees

Main books and papers:
◆“Imin kokka Doitsu no Nanmin Higo Seisaku” (Refugee Protection Policy in Germany as an Immigration Country) (Sole author) Keio University Press, 2014
◆“Hosetsu Kyosei no Seiji ka, Haijo no Seiji ka: Imin Nanmin to Mukiau Yoroppa” (Politics of Inclusion and Coexistence or Politics of Exclusion: Europe Facing Immigrants and Refugees) (Joint authorship) Akashi Shoten, 2019