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Fostering critical thinking and broad horizons

Faculty

Hitotsubashi Researchers Information:
Graduate School of Social Sciences

SATO, Fumika

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

http://fumika-sato.wix.com/hitotsubashi

Major Field

gender studies, sociology of military and war

Key Words

gender, military, feminism

Degree

Doctor of Philosophy
Major Publications
a. Books
Inheriting Gender Studies, Fumika Sato and Ruri Ito (ed.), Jimbun Shoin, 2017.9 (co-edited and authored )
(in Japanese)
Gender and the Military: Women in the Japanese Self-Defense Forces, Keio University Press, 2004.12
(in Japanese)
b. Journals
・“Living with the US Military: The Women Working on Okinawan Bases”, Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Studies,   , Vol. 50, No. 1, 1-14, Hitotsubashi University, 2019.1 (co-authored with Nora Weinek)
(in English)
・“War and Sexual Violence: Legitimated Narratives of Victimhood”, Chizuko Ueno, Shinzo Araragi, and Kazuko Hirai (ed.), Toward Comparative History of War and Sexual Violence, Chapter 11 , 315-340, Iwanami Shoten, 2018.2
(in Japanese)
・“The Militarization of "Equality" and "Diversity": A Case Study of the U.S. Military”, Gender History,   , Vol. 12, 37-50, 2016.12
(in Japanese)
・“Gender Mainstreaming in Peace Support Operations: Military Gender Adviser Functions”, Japanese Journal of International Society for Gender Studies,   , Vol. 13, 79-96, The International Society for Gender Studies, 2015.12 (co-authored with Ken Nakabayashi)
(in Japanese)
・“Fighting: War, Military and Feminism”, Kimio Ito and Kazue Muta (ed.), Learning Sociology through Gender, Chapter13 , 204-217, Sekaishisosha, 2015.10
(in Japanese)
・“Militarization and Gender (reprinted)”, Civil Policy Research Institute (ed.), Social Movement,   , Vol. 419, 58-64, 2015.7
(in Japanese)
・“Militarization and Gender”, Gender History,   , Vol. 10, 33-37, The Gender History Association of Japan, 2014.10
(in Japanese)
・“Women and the Japan's Self-Defense Forces: Women’s Camouflaging Role and Gender Mainstreaming”, Korean Journal of Japanese Studies,   , Vol. 11, 82-109, Institute for Japanese Studies, Seoul National University, 2014.8 (co-authored with Byoungoan Yoo)
(in Korean)
・“Military/War Sociology from A Gender Perspective”, Yoshiaki Fukuma, Gen Nogami, Shinzo Araragi and Shun Ishihara (ed.), An Idea of War Sociology: Institutions, Experience and Media, Chapter 9 , 233-269, Bensei Shuppan, 2013.7
(in Japanese)
・“A Camouflaged Military: Japan's Self-Defense Forces and Globalized Gender Mainstreaming”, The Asia-Pacific Journal,   , Vol. 10, No. 36, No.3, 2012.9
(in English)
・“Pride and Trouble of South Korean Women Soldiers: Focusing on Women Soldiers’ Adaptation of Androcentric Military Norms”, Japanese Journal of International Society for Gender Studies,   , Vol. 9, 49-67, The International Society for Gender Studies, 2012.2 (co-authored with Byoungoan Yoo)
(in Japanese)
・“Recent Trends in Research on Men and Masculinities: An Introduction to Studies on Military Men and Military Masculinities”, Japanese Sociological Review,   , Vol. 61, No. 2, 186-195, The Japan Sociological Society, 2010.9
(in Japanese)
・“Gendered ‘Postmodern Militaries’: Utilizing Discourses of Masculinities and Femininities for ‘New’ Militaries”, Kimiko Kimoto and Yoshiyuki Kido (ed.), Hitotsubashi University Advanced Studies for Social Sciences Series, Chapter6 , Vol. 5, 141-169, Junposha, 2010.6
(in Japanese)
・“Why Have the Japanese Self-Defense Forces Included Women?: The State’s ‘Nonfeminist Reasons’”, Setsu Shigematsu and Keith L. Camacho (ed.), Militarized Currents: Toward a Decolonized Future in Asia and the Pacific, Chapter11 , 251-276, University of Minnesota Press, 2010.3
(in English)
・“Gender and the Military (excerpt from "Conclusion" in Gender and Military, published in 2004)”, Masako Amano, Kimio Ito, Ruri Ito, Teruko Inoue, Chizuko Ueno, Yumiko Ehara, Mari Osawa and Mikiyo Kano (ed.), Feminism in Japan 3, Enlarged Edition Part Ⅱ , 275-285, Iwanami, 2009.7
(in Japanese)
・“Militarization and Gender”, Yumiko Ehara and Keiichi Yamazaki (ed.), Gender and Social Theories, Chapter 13, Special Lecture , 271-274, Yuhikaku, 2006.12
(in Japanese)
・“The Difficulties Surrounding Female Soldiers”, Women's Studies,   , Vol. 13, 8-18, The Women's Studies Association of Japan, 2006.3
(in Japanese)
・“Gendered Representation of Female Japanese Self-Defense Forces Officials: Between "Cheer Leaders" and "Women as the Protectors"”, Image & Gender,   , Vol. 5, 70-82, Saijusha, 2005.3
(in Japanese)
・“Why Should We Pay Close Attention to Women inside Militaries?”, Kaoru Tachi and Kozue Akibayashi (ed.), Exploring Militarism and International Politics with a Feminist Curiosity, Chapter 3, Commentary , 96-112, Ochanomizu Shobo, 2004.9
(in Japanese)
・“Gender and the Military”, Toshiyuki Kagawa and Tomoyuki Kojima (ed.), The Frontier of Policy Management IV: The Challenging New Generation Researchers, Chapter 8 , 166-187, Keio University Press, 2003.10
(in Japanese)
・“Rethinking of Women in/and the Self-Defense Forces: Including the Issue of "Women in the Military" into that of "Women and the Military"”, Japanese Journal of International Society for Gender Studies,   , Vol. 1, 29-50, The International Society for Gender Studies, 2003.9
(in Japanese)
・“Gendered Militarization”, Women's Studies,   , Vol. 9, 47-65, The Women's Studies Association of Japan, 2002.1
(in Japanese)
・“Constructing a Theory of "Women and/in the Military": The Transition in the Image of Female Soldiers in Films in Japan and the U.S.”, Annual Report of the Women's Studies Society,   , Vol. 21, 133-150, Women's Studies Society of Japan, 2000.11
(in Japanese)
・“Gender in the Japanese Self-Defense Forces: An Analysis of Gender Representation in White Papers "Defense of Japan" and Recruitment Posters”, Sociology Today,   , Vol. 10, 60-71, Ochanomizu Society for Sociology, 2000.2
(in Japanese)
・“The Transition of Gender Ideologies Concerning Female Japanese Self-Defense Forces Officials and Female American Soldiers: The Personnel Policy Decision Process”, Women's Studies,   , Vol. 7, 132-152, The Women's Studies Association of Japan, 1999.12
(in Japanese)
・“Discourse Regarding Female Soldiers in the United States: One View of the Movie G.I. Jane”, Annual Report of the Women's Studies Society,   , Vol. 19, 1-14, Women's Studies Society of Japan, 1998.11
(in Japanese)
c. Translations
・"Gender as a Root Cause of Militarization and War" Hitotsubashi University Advanced Studies for Social Sciences Series , Vol. 5, 113-140, Kimiko Kimoto and Yoshiyuki Kido(ed.), Junposha, 2010.6 (co-translated with Naoko Ikeda)
(Original Book/Paper: Cynthia Cockburn, "Gender Is a Cause of Militarization and War", unpublished, 2009, English)
(in Japanese)
Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women , Iwanami, 2006.3 (co-translated with Ueno Chizuko (supervise))
(Original Book/Paper: Cynthia Enloe, Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women's Lives, University of California Press, Berkeley, 2000, English)
(in Japanese)
・"MIlitarization and Gender: Beyond Divisions among Women" Thought , No. , 4-20, Iwanami, 2003.3
(Original Book/Paper: Cynthia Enloe, "Conclusion: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions", University of California Press, Berkeley, 2000, English)
(in Japanese)

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