Profile

KIYOHARA Shoko

Associate Professor, School of Information and Communication,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Contemporary American politics, Information and communications policy

Research themes:
Study of the mechanism of communications and broadcasting regulatory reform in contemporary America, Comparative study of election movements using the Internet in Japan, America, South Korea and Taiwan

Academic degrees:
Doctorate (Law)

Main books and papers:

◆“Social media no fukyu ni tomonau America senkyo campaign ni okeru henka – 2014 nen chukan senkyo o jirei ni” (Changes of American Election Campaigns Using Social Media: The 2014 Midterm Election) The Journal of Socio-Informatics No. 4 Vol. 3, 2016, pp. 31–46
“An Analysis of the Campaign Context in the U.S.: How did Political Parties Use Social Media in the 2014 Midterm Election Campaign?” Journal of Socio-Informatics, Vol.9, No.1 Sep. 2016, pp.16-28.
◆“Net senkyo ga kaeru seiji to shakai – Nichibeikan ni miru arata na ‘kokyoken’ no sugata” (How politics and society are being changed by elections using the Internet: The form of a new “public domain” as seen in Japan, America and South Korea) (Co-edited, Keio University Press, 2013)
◆“Tea Party undo no kenkyu – America hoshushugi no henyo” (Tea Party Movement: The Transformation of American Conservatism) (Co-edited NTT Publishing, 2012)
◆“Internet ga kaeru senkyo – Beikan hikaku to nihon no tenbo” (How the Internet is changing elections: A comparison of America and South Korea and the outlook for Japan) (Co-edited, Keio University Press, 2011)
◆“America gendai seiji no kozu – Ideology tairitsu to sono yukue” (The Composition of Contemporary American Politics: The Clash of Ideologies and Future Directions) (Co-edited, University of Tokyo Press, 2009)
◆“Gendai America no telecommunication seisaku katei – Universal service kikin no kaikaku” (Telecommunications Policy Process in Contemporary America: A Reform of the Universal Service Fund) (Keio University Press, 2008, Received the 24th Telecom Social Science Award from the Telecommunications Advancement Foundation)