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SATO Hiroko

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■Current Status:

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

■Areas of Interest:

◆How to Make Municipal Policy to Support Disabled People to Live in Community

■Academic Achievements

◆SATO Hiroko (translated by Robert Chapeskie) March 27, 2013 "Planned Power Outages and Children and Adults with Disabilities who require Medical Care: Looking at the Example of the 2011 Touhoku Earthquake and Tsunami", Ars Vivendi Journal 4: 18-38 [HTML]/[PDF]

◆March 31, 2012 "The Necessity of Understanding the Actual Situation of Children and Adults Who Are Disabled and Require Home Care with Medical Treatment: The Case of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area during the Great East Japan Earthquake," Core Ethics 8:183-193 [PDF]

◆September 2011 "People Left in 'Fukushima': Useless Temporary Housing even with Slope," Masukomi Shimin 2011-9:38-42

ITO Kayoko & SATO Hiroko July 20, 2011 "Volunteer Report concerning a Survey of Temporary Housing at JDF Support Center for Disabled People in Fukushima"

◆March 31, 2011 "Improving Support for Children Who Need Home Care with Medical Treatment: A Study of a Mothers' Self-help Group," Core Ethics 7:153-163 [PDF]

SAKAMOTO Norihito, SATO Hiroko & WATANABE Aiko March 31, 2011 "Structural Problems of Sign Language Interpretation Systems in Japan: A Field Survey of Kanazawa-shi, Kyoto-shi, and Nakano-ku," Core Ethics 7:131-140 [PDF]

◆March 31, 2010 "A Study on Comprehensive Support for Persons with Severe Disabilities: Comparing the Individual Support System and the Comprehensive Support System," Core Ethics 6:219-228 [PDF]/ [Abstract in English]

SAKAMOTO Norihito, SATO Hiroko & WATANABE Aiko September 26-27, 2009 "Study on Information Security of Hearing-Impaired People and the Sign-Language Interpret System," Abstract in Japanese The 6th Meeting of Japan Society for Disability Studies, Ritsumeikan University

◆2006 "Applying Community Design to Municipal Policy: From the Case of Transport Support Policy for Disabled People in Nakano District of Tokyo"
Master's Thesis for the Graduate School of Social Design Studies, Rikkyo Umiversity

■Projects

◆Project Member, Project Conducted by Graduate Students, "Study Group on Ars Vivendi of Intractable Diseases" in FY 2008

◆Project Leader, Project Conducted by Graduate Students, "Study Group on Supporting People with Disabilities in Life and Study" in FY 2008

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