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NAKATA Kiichi

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■Current Status:

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

■Academic Achievements

◆March 25, 2011 "Study on Various Definitions of Self-help Groups: From the Viewpoint of Visibility and Imaginativity," Ars Vivendi Vol.3:198-209

◆March 31, 2009 "The Possibility of an Online Self-Help Group," Core Ethics 5:241-249

◆January 30, 2009 Report "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-help Groups for Extended Periods?", pp.65-73 ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (eds.) Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, ISSN 1882-6539

◆January 30, 2009 Distributed Materials "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-help Groups for Extended Periods?", pp.132-151 ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (eds.) Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, ISSN 1882-6539

◆January 30, 2009 Materials "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-help Groups for Extended Periods?", pp.170-188 ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (eds.) Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, ISSN 1882-6539

HIDAKA Tomoo, HISAZUMI Junji, MIZUKI Shodo, HOTTA Yoshitaro, HASEGAWA Yui, YAMAMOTO Shinsuke & NAKATA Kiichi November 8, 2008 "Practice of Assistive Technology Workshop by Patients with Intractable Diseases and University Students" Meeting of Japanese Society for Science and Technology Studies, Osaka University

◆June 7, 2008 "Why Do Addicted Patients Attend Self-help Groups for Extended Periods?", Special Symposium "Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Ritsumeikan University

◆May 26, 2007 "A Narrative Study on Self-Help Group: Change and Paradox of Meaning of Recovery", The 58th Meeting of Kansai Sociological Association

◆December 10, 2006 "On the Concept of Higher Power in 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous", The 2nd Studies Exchange Meeting for Policy Universities and Graduate Schools


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