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MIZUNO Takeya

Faculty
Department of Media and Communications
21th Century Human Interaction Research Center
Course of Sociology
Course of Social Psychology
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Last Updated :2017/11/22

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • History, History of Europe and America

Published Papers

  • Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama in Newspaper Comic Strips(Part 2 ): An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three Major National Newspapers in Japan 2009-2010, 50, (2) 19 - 36, 03
  • Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama in Newspaper Comic Strips(Part 2)An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three Major National Newspapers in Japan 2009-2010, 50, (2) 19 - 36, 03
  • Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama in Newspaper Comic Strips(Part 1)An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three Major National Newspapers in Japan 2009-2010, 50, (1) 21 - 35, 12
  • Postal Censorship in Japanese American Assembly Camps during World War ? : Restrictions on Subscription to Japanese-Language Papers, Personal Correspondence, and Contribution to Outside Media, 32, 23 - 41, 09
  • Prime Minister Taro Aso in Newspaper Comic Strips (Part 3) An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three Major National Newspapers in Japan 2008-2009, 49, (2) 59 - 83, 03
  • Prime Minister Taro Aso in Newspaper Comic Strips (Part 2) An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three Major National Newspapers in Japan 2008-2009, 49, (1) 57 - 81, 01
  • Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama in Newspaper Comic Strips(Part 1) : An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three Major National Newspapers in Japan 2009-2010, 50, (1) 21 - 35
  • Prime Ministers Taro Aso in newspaper comic strips (part 1) An analysis of comic strips in the three major national newspapers in Japan 2008-2009, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, 48, (2) 19 - 28, 03
  • Prime Ministers Shinzo Abe and Yasuo Fukuda in newspaper comic strips (part 3) An analysis of comic strips in the three major national newspapers in Japan 2006-2008, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, 48, (1) 61 - 78, 12
  • Prime Ministers Shinzo Abe and Yasuo Fukuda in newspaper comic strips (part 2) An analysis of comic strips in the three major national newspapers in Japan 2006-2008, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, 47, (2) 21 - 34, 03
  • Prime ministers Shinzo Abe and Yasuo Fukuda in newspaper comic strips (part 1) An analysis of comic strips in the three major national newspapers in Japan 2006-2008, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University, 47, (1) 5 - 14, 01
  • The Japanese-language press in the United States and conflictive nationalism: an analysis of the Los Angeles Rafu Shimpo after Pearl Harbor, Media history, Media history, 24, 61 - 92, 08
  • Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi as Portrayed in Newspaper Comic Strips : An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three National Newspapers 2001-2006 (Part II), Shinjo Ayako, Nashimoto Noriko, Hayasaka Ayumi, Morioka Shinya, Mizuno Takeya, Information and communication studies, Information and communication studies, 38, 23 - 58, 01
  • Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi as Portrayed in Newspaper Comic Strips : An Analysis of Comic Strips in the Three National Newspapers 2001-2006 (Part 1), Shinjo Ayako, Nashimoto Noriko, Hayasaka Ayumi, Morioka Shinya, Mizuno Takeya, Information and communication studies, Information and communication studies, 37, 47 - 84, 07
  • Why Should Our Nation Always Come First? : An Analysis of the Usage of the Phrase "Korea-Japan" by a Japanese Leading Daily Asahi Shinbun, 2001-2005 (Part 2), Chikauchi Naoko, Anbo Hiroko, Mizuno Takeya, Information and communication studies, Information and communication studies, 36, 235 - 251, 01
  • Why Should Our Nation Always Come First? : An Analysis of the Usage of the Phrase "Korea-Japan" by a Japanese Leading Daily Asahi Shinbun, 2001-2005 (Part 1), Chikauchi Naoko, Anbo Hiroko, Mizuno Takeya, Information and communication studies, Information and communication studies, 35, 333 - 358, 07
  • The Media Naming of Adult Criminals with Juvenile Criminal Records : The 1989 Concrete-Packing Murder Case and 2004 Assault Case (Part 2), Tanihara Keisuke, Kojima Satoru, Nakajima Yutaka, Mizuno Takeya, Information and communication studies, Information and communication studies, 34, 165 - 175, 01
  • The Media Naming of Adult Criminals with Juvenile Criminal Records : The 1989 Concrete-Packing Murder Case and 2004 Assault Case (Part 1), Tanihara Keisuke, Kojima Satoru, Nakajima Yutaka, Mizuno Takeya, Information and communication studies, Information and communication studies, 33, 331 - 344, 07
  • The U.S. Government's Uses of the Japanese-Language Press During World War II : An Analysis of the Policies of the Office of Facts and Figures (OFF) and Office of War Information (OWI), Mizuno Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (65) 116 - 132, 191, 07 31
  • Newspaper Censorship at Japanese-American Assembly Camps During World War II : Center Regulations and Some Major Characteristics of Censorship, MIZUNO Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (61) 221 - 234, 07 31
  • Censorship and Supervision of Newspapers in Wartime Japanese American Camps : An Examination of the Camp Authorities' Newspaper Control Policy in the Early Stage of Mass Evacuation and Internment, MIZUNO Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (58) 126 - 141, 222, 01 31
  • The Federal Gevernment's Japanese-Language Press Control Policy From Pearl Harbor to Internment, MIZUNO Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (56) 174 - 189, 01 31
  • Japanese-Amierican Camp Newspapers' Coverage of Winter Holiday in 1942 : The Dual Character of the Camp Paper's Editorial Activities, MIZUNO Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (54) 184 - 198, 246, 01 31
  • The American Liberal Press and the Japanese Mass Evacuation During World War II : The Treatment of the Japanese Americans by the New Republic and the Nation, MIZUNO Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (52) 147 - 161, 01 31
  • The Kennedy Administration's Information Control Policy during the Cuban Missile Crisis, MIZUNO Takeya, Journal of mass communication studies, Journal of mass communication studies, (50) 182 - 195, 229, 01 31

Research Grants & Projects

  • The Government Control of Newspapers in Japanese American Camps during World War II, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(若手研究(B)), Takeya MIZUNO, Overall, this research project accomplished much more than it was expected when it started. From the first year to the last, this researcher extensively collected primary sources at various institutions in the United States, thoroughly reviewed existing scholarship as well as newly published studies, and published several referred works.These include : Takeya Mizuno, "The Federal Government's Decisions in Suppressing the Japanese-Language Press, 1941-42," Journalism History Vol.33, No.1, (Spring 2007) : 14-23 ; Takeya Mizuno, "The Japanese-Language Press in the United States and Conflictive Nationalism : An Analysis of the Los Angeles Rafu Shimpo after Pearl Harbor," Media History (Media Shi Kenkyu) Vol.24 (August 2008) : 61-92; Takeya Mizuno, "The Japanese-Language Press in the United States and LARA : The Seattle Hokubei Hochi's Coverage of Relief in Post-War Japan, 1946-1947," Journal of the Japanese Overseas Migration Museum JICA Yokohama Vol.3 (March 2009): 15-36 ; Takeya Mizuno, "Censorship in a Different Name : Press 'Supervision' in Wartime Japanese American Camps 1942-1943," Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly Vol.88, No.1 (Spring 2011) : 121-141 ; Takeya Mizuno, "Tekikokugo" journalism : Nichi bei kaisen to America no nihongo shinbun [The "Enemy Language" Press in Wartime: The Pacific War and Japanese-Language Press in the United States] (Yokohama, Japan : Shunpu Sha, 2011).