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Yoshihiko YAMAZAKI Associate Professor of Health Sociology & Health Education, since 1993


Doctor of Health Sciences, The University of Tokyo, 1983;
Master of Health Sciences, The University of Tokyo, School of Health Sciences, 1978;
Bachelor of Health Sciences, The University of Tokyo, School of Health Sciences, 1976


4/1/07 - Present
Associate Professor of Health Sociology and Health Education, School of Public Health, The University of Tokyo

7/16/93 - Present
Associate Professor of Health Sociology, Graduate School of Health Sciences and Nursing, The University of Tokyo

2/16/83 - 7/15/93
Assistant Professor of Health Sociology, School of Health Sciences, The University of Tokyo

4/1/95 - Present
Lecturer (part-time), System Course for Welfare Society, Graduate School of Sociology, Toyo University


Process and Social Factors of High Incidence of Pneumoconiosis among Tunnel Construction Workers in Japan, Part I, Journal of Japanese Association of Public Health, 30(8), pp.35-42, 1983. (in Japanese)

Restructuring of Life and Ourlook in the Pre-retirement Period, Middle-aged and Older Male Workers in Metropolitan Areas, The Monthly Jounal of the Japan Institute of Labor, 28(11), pp.58-69, 1986. (in Japanese)

With others; Review on the Theoretical Issues of Self-Help Group, The Annual Review of Health and Medical Sociology, No.1, pp.76-87, 1990. (in Japanese)

With others; Life Stress and Health Problems among Asian Foreigners in Japan, Institute of Social Security and Welfare ed., Foreign Workers and Social Security and Welfare, University of Tokyo Press, pp.65-84, 1991. (in Japanese)

Workers' Stress under the Recent Technological Changes in Japan, Proceedings of the 1990 International Symposium on Health, Environment & Social Change, Vol. I, pp.215-221, 1992.

With Others; Indicators for Health Promotion of Workers, Araki, S., ed., Behavioral Medicine, An Integrated Biobehavioral Approach to Health and Illness, Elsevier Science Publishers, pp.331-335, 1992.

With Others; Handbook of Survey Research in Health, University of Tokyo Press, 252 pages, 1992. (in Japanese)

Increasing Stress of Japanese White-collar Workers and Their Lifestyle, The Monthly Journal of the Japan Institute of Labor, 34(5),pp.2-19, 1992. (in Japanese)

With Others; Health Sociology I: Life, Work and Environmental Problems, Yushindo, 1993. (in Japanese)

With Others; Handbook for Father-Child Relationship, Ohtsuki-shoten, 143 pages, 1994(in Japanese)

With Others; The relation between job characteristics, job related stress, and health related symptoms among middle-aged male workers in Japan, Journal of Science of Labour Part II, 71(1), 1-12, 1995.

With Others; Transition of the View of Health. Tokyo: Univ. Tokyo Press, 1995. (in Japanese)

Work, family and stress: New frameworks for worker's stress research, The Annual Bulletin of the Tokyo Metropolitan Labour Reseach Institute, 17, 16-24, 1996. (in Japanese)

Paradigm change in the public health field, The Japanese Journal for Public Health Nurse (Hokenfu-zasshi), 52(12), 926-931, 1996. (in Japanese)

Regional characteristics and factors of the death rate of the middle aged men in Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Yamazaki, Y., ed. Socioeconomic Differences in Health and Health Care in Japan. The Final Report of Grant-in Aid for Scientific Research(B), pp.1-23. 1997.

The present status of the sociology of health in Japan and its future, Japanese Sociological Review, 49(3), 407-425, 1998. (in Japanese)

With others; Health Sciences for Ways of Living, Yushindo, 1-186, 1999.(in Japanese)

Sulutogenesis as new perspectives on health and the sense of coherence, Quality Nursing, 5(10), 825-832, 1999. (in Japanese)

With others; Health and QOL of medically induced HIV patients in Japan. Yushindo-kobunsha,Tokyo. 2000.12. (in Japanese)

Compensation for mental disorders by occupational psychological overloads,Sogo-Rinsho(Clinic All-round), 49(12), 2988-2990, 2000. (in Japanese)

With others; Studies on The Current Situation and Theories of Changing Professional-patient Relationship and Patient Autonomy, 2001.3. (in Japanese)

Mariko Ogura IKEDA (Wed. Thu.) Akiko KIMIZUKA (Tue. Fri.)Clerk


[ Students ]


Doctoral Degree Candidates
Thomas BRYCE
Mieko MOCHIZUKI Physician-patient communication, handicapped person.-
Ayako okochi IDE alternative medicine, the homeless
Yoshiko MATSUMOTO Evaluation Research,Evaluating Health Promotion,QOL of Older People,Prevention of Dependence on Long-term Care
Ayako MIYATA Stress corping, humour
Yukari YOKOYAMA Life, Living with HIV, Salutogenesis, HIV infecdted hemophiliacs
Sakurako ABE  
Mami KASAHARA Meaning reconstruction of suicide survivors
Tomoko TAKEUTI  
Min-jeong PARK  
Keiko YUKAWA Life Lifestyle Chronic disease self-management Holistic Health
Keiko Seki SAKAKIBARA Stress, Healthy workplace, Work-life balance, Communication, Mental health 
Mieko HONMA Edical communication, Narrative approach, Proper utilization of medical resources, Patient satisfaction, Chronic disease,Psychosomatic disorder
Master's Degree Candidates
Haruka UENO
Chen, tzn-an
Research Students
Nobuya FUJII