Sugimoto, Yoshio

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SUGIMOTO, Yoshio. Australian (born Japan), b. 1939. Genres: Sociology. Career: Professor of Sociology, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Vic., 1988- (Lecturer, 1973-75; Sr. Lecturer, 1976-82; Dept. Chairman, 1979-81; Reader, 1983-87, Dean of Social Sciences, 1988-91); President, Monash University Japanese Studies Centre, 1985- (Foundation Director, 1981-82). General Ed., Japanese Studies series, Keegan Paul International, 1985-. Staff writer, Mainichi Newspapers, Tokyo, 1964-67; Ed., Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 1985-88; Series editor, Contemporary Japanese Society Series, Cambridge University Press, 1996-. Publications: Popular Disturbance in Post War Japan, 1981; (with R. Mouer) Nihonjin wa Nihonleki Ka, 1982; Cho-kanri Retto Nippon, 1983; (with Mouer) Images of Japanese Society: A Study in the Social Construction of Social Reality, 1986; Shinka Shinai Nihonjin e, 1988; Nihonjin o Yameru Hoho, 1990; Osutoraria 6000-nichi, 1991; 'Nihonjin' o yamerare masuka, 1996; An Introduction to Japanese Society, 1997. EDITOR: (with R. Mouer) Nihonjin-ron ni Kansuru 12-sho, 1982; (with G. McCormack) Democracy in Contemporary Japan, 1986; (with Mouer) Kojin, Kanjin, Nihonjin, 1987; (with McCormack) The Japanese Trajectory: Modernization and Beyond, 1988; (with Mouer) Constructs for Understanding Japan, 1989; (with Mouer) The MFP Debate, 1990; (with Aranson) Japanese Encounters with Postmodernity, 1995. Address: School of Social Sciences, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Melbourne, VIC 3086, Australia. Online address: [email protected]