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Publications

  • August,2023 Palgrave


    Chiba University Institute for Advanced Academic Rreseach・New Frontiers of Studies on Fair Society has published H.Ishido, J.Mizushima, M.Kobayashi and X.Zhang (eds.), Social Fairness in a Post-Pandemic World. - Interdisciplinary Perspectives.



    The book is the result of an international collaborative research project on measures to build a society in the post-colonial era based on the concept of fairness.

    ■English Press Release: HERE

  • Editor Jiro Mizushima
    Language Japanese
    Publisher Misuzu Syobo
    Publication date June 16,2023
    Pages 256
    ISBN 978-4-622-09558-3

    From Anne Frank to the philosopher Spinoza, Amsterdam's Jewish immigrants have left an important imprint on world history. 400 years of welcoming immigrants and refugees, this is a study of Amsterdam, a city of tolerance, read from its "hiding places and squares.

  • April 2023 Sankeisha


    D. dissertation, which Assistant Professor Xiaofang Zhang of Chiba University submitted to the Graduate School of Humanities and Public Administration of Chiba University in April 2021 and received his degree, has been added and revised and is now published as a book.



    The purpose of this project is to summarize the basic situation and trends of pilot projects in China, and from the perspective of suggestions from overseas experience, to take up Japan and the EU, to conduct comparative research on emissions trading schemes in China, Japan, and Europe from two perspectives: reduction effects and efficiency of trading markets, and to make policy recommendations toward the formation of healthier national schemes.

  • Februaly 2023 Keiso Shobo


    A new translation of the alarming book by Walter Lippmann, one of the most influential American journalists of the 20th century, has been published.



    Why have Western democratic societies failed to prevent despotism and world wars? It is a book of prophetic warnings, the first to use the term "The Public Philosophy" (The Public Philosophy) and present its archetype.

  • Editors
    Jiro Mizushima
    Hikari Ishido
    Xiaofang Zhang
    Authors
    Takayuki Kawase
    Iwao Fujisawa
    Jiro Mizushima
    Hikari Ishido
    Masaya Kobayashi
    Lindsay Oades
    Afsana Begum
    Kuihua Han
    Xiaofang Zhang
    Yongqiao Zhang
    Language Japanese
    Publisher Akashi Shoten
    Publication date March 31,2022
    Pages 200
    ISBN 9784750353890

  • Editors
    Jiro Mizushima
    Chiyo Yonemura
    Masaya Kobayashi
    Authors
    Takayuki Kawase
    Masaya Kobayashi
    Yusuke Kanazawa
    Jiro Mizushima
    Eriko Hamada
    Chiyo Yonemura
    Seiichi Igarashi
    Xiang Li
    Yumi Hinohara
    Hikari Ishido
    Iwao Fujisawa
    Language Japanese
    Publisher Akashi Shoten
    Publication date April 15,2021
    Pages 412
    ISBN 9784750351599

    This book represents the collective efforts of 11 researchers who introduce their findings on “Fairness” from various angles, such as law, politics, economics, and sociology.

Academic Papers


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    Authors: Prof.Masaya Kobayashi
    Prof.Hikari Ishido
    Prof.Jiro Mizushima
    Mr.Hirotaka Ishikawa

    Published: 8 December 2022

    This article addresses citizens’ psychological health disparities in pandemic-stricken Japan from the perspective of positive psychology with a collective/political perspective.


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  • Author: Masaya Kobayashi

    Published: 28 February 2022

    This paper examines assumptions concerning the relationship between citizenship, justice, and well-being, based on representative political philosophies,including egoism, utilitarianism,libertarianism,liberalism,and communitarianism. A previous paper raised the possibility of an inter-disciplinary framework for collaboration between psychology and political philosophy. This study picks up that thread and attempts to actualize a collaborative research effort based on a framework grounded in positive political psychology.


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  • Author: Masaya Kobayashi

    Published: 13 December 2021

    This manuscript will explore “Psychology for the Common Good” by examining the association between psychology and philosophy, more concretely, positive psychology in the context of political philosophies. Positive psychology investigates the good life scientifically. On the other hand, philosophy examines ideal ways of living and suggests ways to improve our society. Combining philosophical inquiries with contemporary science can assist us in exploring new ideas and practices related to personal and public well-being. This article seeks to accomplish this task by extending the recent developments of positive psychology.


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News Papers

  • You can find all 11 issues of the news paper published at the time of the Futuristic Fair Society Study. ※Japanese only


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