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■Current Status

Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University

■Academic Achievements

◆April 2011 "Cultural Bias in the Medical-Ethical Discussion of Health Care Proxy: What Difficulties do Gays and Lesbians Confront in Japan?," Journal of Philosophy and Ethics in Health Care and Medicine 5: 76-91, Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches in Medicine 

◆March 25, 2011 "About the Discourse on Autistic Culture in the Age of Neoliberalism," Ars Vivendi Vol.3:106-116

◆March 31, 2010 "Will Kymlicka's Concept of the Nation: A Critique of Kymlicka's Multiculturalism from the Perspective of Not-yet-arrived Nations and Physical Minorities," Core Ethics 6:133-143 [PDF]/ [Abstract in English]

KATAYAMA Tomoya, HONDA Hideo et al. December 2009 to Agree "Which of Four Kinds of Juice do you Choose? A Program Development to Teach How to 'Agree' as a Group to School Children with Asperger's Syndrome," Journal of Psychiatric Treatment 24-04

◆November 14, 2009 "Acceptance and Belongingness in Medical Care: Which Culture we should Deliver to Children with Disabilities," The 21st Meeting of the Japan Association for Bioethics, Graduate School of Toyo Eiwa Jogakuin

◆November 1, 2009 "Proxy Decision Making and Belongingness in Medical Care: Focusing on Various Difficulties Faced by Gay and Lesbian Patients in End-of-life Care," The 28th Meeting of the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches in Medicine, Shiga University of Medical Science

◆IWASA Mitsuaki, HONDA Hideo, SHIMIZU Yasuo, IMAI Miho & KATAYAMA Tomoya October 2, 2009 "Long-Term Outcomes of Childhood Autism Based on Birth Cohort in Particular Areas," Lecture at Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions Association C1-Ⅲ 3

KATAYAMA Tomoya & YAMADA Yasukazu September 26-27, 2009 "Two Structual Pressures: Protecting the Significance of Existence of Autistic Culture against Dominance of Professionals and the Merit System," The 6th Annual Convention of Japan Society of Disability Studies, Ritsumeikan University[Abstract in Japanese]

◆August 2009 Serial Article "Rehabilitation and Mental Health 12: Summary: Rehabilitation Workers and Mental Health Workers 2" (Japanese), Chiiki Rihabiriteshon August 2009 Issue, Miwa Shoten

◆July 2009 Serial Article "Rehabilitation and Mental Health 11: Summary: Rehabilitation Workers and Mental Health Workers 1" Chiiki Rihabiriteshon July 2009 Issue, Miwa Shoten

◆July 21, 2009 Lecture "A Proposal to Psychiatric Approach," The Symposium of the 13th Medical Treatment Research Convention in Yokohama City [Presentation Material in Japanese], Power Point file

◆October 26, 2008 Presentation "Distributive Justice Theory on Cultures: Focusing on Justification of Deaf-Nationalism and its Restriction" (Japanese) [Abstract in Japanese], The 5th Meeting of Japan Society for Disability Studies (Japanese) (October 25-26, 2008 Kumamoto Gakuen University)

◆July 21, 2007 "Questions over "Places" to Spin Memories," "History of PTSD and "Memories": Welcoming Dr. Allan Young", Ritsumeikan University

◆July 21, 2007 Presentation "Questions over "Places" to Spin Memories", "History of PTSD and "Memories": Welcoming Dr. Allan Young"
Ritsumeikan University

◆March 31, 2007 "Is "Difinition of Family" a Problem?: Reading the Response of Gay and Lesbian toward the Guideline of End-of-life Care Made by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare"
Birth 1:27-45

◆March 9, 2007 "Hazard Characteristics of Schizophrenia and Employment," The 2nd Promotion Forum on Career Rehabilitation (for Companies)
Osaka Shogaisha Shokugyo Center

◆January 12, 2007 "Features of Disordered Mood and Assistance: Focusing on the Recovery Period"
Osaka Shogaisha Shokugyo Center


◆Project Member, Projects Led by Graduate Students at Ars Vivendi, "Study Group on Mental Health and Society" in Academic Year 2009 & 2010

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