The report of research activities

This is the research activity of the faculty member in April 2021 and beyond.

〇Joint Research by IDS Faculty

* Oishi, J., Sato, T., Miller, R., Nagata, S., Fuchikami, M., Shimizu, S., Matsumoto, T., Yamaguchi, T., Kim, S. E. (2022) Japanese Graduate Students’ Experiences in Online International Development and Peace through Sport Courses using English-Medium Instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Educational Reform (in Press)

〇Prof. Sato‘s papers has been accepted!

1. Sato, T., Kataoka, C., Burge-Hall, V., Furuta, Y., Izumi, A., & Tomura, T. (2022 online first). Undergraduate students’ learning experience as part of an online sexuality
education workshop in Japan. Health Education Journal. 1-12.

2. Sato, T., Kataoka, C., McKay, C., & Izumi, A. (2021 online first). Teaching sexuality education to secondary students in Japan: reflections from Japanese health education teachers. Sex Education, 1-14.

3. Sato, T., McKay, C., Kataoka, C., Tomura, T., Mitabe, I., & Miyazaki, A. (2021 online first). Japanese physical education teachers’ workplace experiences at lower secondary schools in metropolitan school districts. Curriculum Studies in Health and Physical Education, 1-19.

〇Assistant Prof. Matsumoto‘s papers has been accepted!

1. Tsuyoshi Matsumoto, Takahiro Sato, Emi Tsuda, Wyant James, : Initial Learning of Japanese Undergraduate Students with No Prior Experiences in a Flag Football Basic Instruction Course. International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education 29(4): 1-12, 2021-05.

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2. 松尾博一,松元 剛:ナショナルフットボールリーグを⽬指す⽇本⼈アメリカンフットボール選⼿の課題.コーチング学研究(印刷中)

〇Assistant Prof. Satbyul Estella KIM‘s Papers has been accepted!

1. * Park, J., Honda, Y., Fujii, S., & Kim, S. E. (2022). Air Pollution and Public Bike-Sharing System Ridership in the Context of Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability, 14(7), 3861.

2. * Pan, R., Honda, Y., Minakuchi, E., Kim, S. E., Hashizume, M., & Kim, Y. (2022). Ambient Temperature and External Causes of Death in Japan from 1979 to 2015: A Time-stratified Case-crossover Analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives DOI:10.1289/EHP9943. (In Press)

〇Assistant Prof. Nagata‘s Papers has been accepted!

1. Nagata, S. & Kono, S. (2022). Depression and leisure-based meaning-making: Anhedonia as a mediating factor. Leisure Studies, 41(2), 214-230.

2. Nagata, S., Matsuo, T., Tanaka, N., Shinohara, T., Taniguchi, Y., Muramoto, S., Shimizu, K., Katrin, L., & Goto, T. (2022). Essential qualities, abilities, and skills for recreation professionals: Review of accreditation and certification standards in the United States. Leisure and Recreation Studies, 96, 19-29. (in Japanese)

3. Nagata, S., Yaeda, J. Brusilovskiy, E., Ota, K., *Tsumuraya, S., Hisanaga, F., Tobita, Y., & Salzer, M. (2022). Measuring community participation among Japanese with serious mental illnesses. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health.

4. Nagata, S., McCormick, B., & Piatt, J. A. (2022). The impact of decreased capacity to experience pleasure on leisure coping strategies among individuals with major depressive disorder. Leisure Sciences, 44(1), 36-54. doi:10.1080/01490400.2018.1458667.

5. Nagata, S., McCormick, B. Brusilovskiy, E. & Salzer, M. S. (2021). Community participation as a predictor of depression among individuals with serious mental illnesses: A longitudinal analysis. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. Advance online publication.

6. Kono, S. & Nagata, S. (2021). Understanding leisure’s roles among sources of life worth living: a multi-domain approach. Leisure Studies. Advance online publication.

7. Nagata, S., McCormick, B., Brusilovskiy, E., Snethen, G., Townley, G., & Salzer, M. S. (2021). Depressive Symptoms and community participation among individuals with serious mental illnesses. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 91(5), 598-606.

8. Salzer, M. S., & Nagata, S. (2021). Community inclusion as a human right and medical necessity for individuals with serious mental illnesses. Clinical Psychiatry/Seishin-Igaku, 63(7), 1123-1135. (Japanese)

9. Hallmon, A., Myllykangas, S., & Nagata, S. (2021). A profession-based learning approach to teaching contemporary Parks and Recreation students. SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 36(1-2), 105-112. doi:10.1080/1937156X.2020.1771231

〇Researcher Fuchikami’s papers has been accepted!
Fuchikami, M., Sato, T., McKay, C., & Matsumoto, T. (2022). Japanese college
students’ learning through horse leading practices in field experiences. College Student Journal, 56(1), 72-84.

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