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Hitotsubashi Researchers Information:
Graduate School of Social Sciences

MORI, Chikako

Associate Professor
Institute for the Study of Social Sciences: Studies of Social Structure and Socio-Cultural Transformation

Major Field

Transnational sociology, urban sociology, racism, gender

Key Words

Urban and housing inequality, migrations, gentrification, racism, France


Ph.D. in Sociology (2010, Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales, Paris)
Major Publications
a. Books
Urban Renewal and Social Housing: A Cross-National Perspective, Paul Watt and Smets Peer (ed.), Emerald, 2017.8 (Social Housing and Urban Renewal in Tokyo: From Post-War Reconstruction to the Olympic Games, co-authored )
(in English)
The Banished Suburb. Social Exclusion, Urban Segregation and Resistance, University of Tokyo Press, 2016.3
(in Japanese)
On Recognition: A Dialogue between Social Philosophy and Social Policy, Takuji Takana (ed.), Hosei University Press, 2016 (New forms of Social Exclusion caused by the Politics of Recognition, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
Rethinking Xenophobia: Exclusion, discrimination and participation of Ethnic Minorities, Keiso Shobo, 2015.3 (co-edited and authored )
(in Japanese)
The Paradox of Border Politics, Keiso Shobo, 2014.9 (co-edited and authored with Hélène Le Bail)
(in Japanese)
Legal Study of Hate Speech, Sangyun Kim (ed.), Horitsu Bunka Sha, 2014 (Hate Speech and Racism. Why rethink these concepts today?, co-authored )
(in Japanese)
b. Journals
c. Translations

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