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WATANABE Aiko

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■Current Status:

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

■Academic Achievements

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]

◆December 5-6, 2009 Report "Why 'Paralym Art' Reminds us of Works by People with Intellectual Disabilities: The Discourse on Category Formation," The Meeting of Art Meets Care Association in 2009, Keio University

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

◆September 26-27, 2009 Poster Presentation "Disabled People and Generation and Development of Performing Arts: From 1970s to the Present," The 6th Annual Convention of Japan Society of Disability Studies, Ritsumeikan University

◆June 22, 2009 "A Study on Information Security for People with Hearing Disabilities and the Sign-language Interpret System: From Field Survey in Three Municipalities," The 4th Seminar, Study Group on Supporting People with Disabilities in Life and Study, Ritsumeikan University

◆April 30, 2009 "Interview of Municipal Government in City D of Prefecture C," The 3rd Seminar, Study Group on Supporting People with Disabilities in Life and Study, Ritsumeikan University

◆March 31, 2009 "A Possibility of Communication with "Different Bodies": Contemporary Dance as a Clue," Core Ethics 5:415-425 [Abstract in English]

◆December 14, 2008 "Sympathetic Possibilities of Different Bodies: Based on Contemporary Dances"(Abstract of the Report) (Japanese)
Society of Art Meets Care, Art Area B1

◆November 12, 2008 "Possibility of Communication with Different Bodies: Using Contemporary Dances as a Clue"
The 4th Study Group on Diabilities and Art (Japanese), Osaka

HOTTA Yoshitaro, WATANABE Aiko, NAKAGUCHI Michiko, HASEGAWA Yui, YAMAMOTO Shinsuke & KITAMURA Kentaro June 15, 2008 "Research Study on Assistance of Transition of ALS Patients' Living Alone at Home (2): Understanding Needs of Care Based on Time Study of One Minute Times 24 Hours" (Japanese)
The 22nd Anuual Convention for Japanese Research Association for Community Development, Doshisha University

◆June 15, 2008 "Generation of "Places" through Performing Arts: Trial of Mekurumeku Picture-card Show" (Japanese)
The 22nd Anuual Convention for Japanese Research Association for Community Development, Doshisha University

◆WATANABE Aiko & KITAMURA Kentaro September 16 & 17, 2007 "The Current Living Condition of Patients with Incurable Diseases in Kyoto Prefecture: Through Interviews to Counseling Staff of Kyoto Association of Incurable Disease" (Japanese)
The 4th Annual Conference of Japan Society for Disability Studies, Ritsumeikan University

■Projects

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

◆Project Member, Projects Led by Graduate Students at Ars Vivendi, "Study Group on Care" in Academic Year 2008, Global COE Program Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University

◆Project Member, Projects Led by Graduate Students at Ars Vivendi, "Study Group on Supporting People with Disabilities in Life and Study" in Academic Year 2008, Global COE Program Ars Vivendi, Ritsumeikan University



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