Updated on 2021/04/26

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KITO Keiko
 
Organization
Research Field in Fisheries, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Fisheries Assistant Professor
Title
Assistant Professor

Degree

  • 博士(水産学) ( 2021.3   鹿児島大学 )

  • Master of Science ( 2012.4   UNESCO-IHE )

  • Bachelor of Science ( 2006.5   Hope College )

Research Interests

  • Fishery education

Education

  • UNESCO-IHE   Limnology and Wetland Ecosystems

    2010.10 - 2012.4

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    Country: Netherlands

  • Hope College   Biology

    2002.8 - 2006.5

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    Country: United States

Research History

  • Kagoshima University   Research Field in Fisheries, Agriculture, Fisheries and Veterinary Medicine Area Faculty of Fisheries   Assistant Professor

    2016.10

Professional Memberships

  • THE JAPAN REGIONAL FISHERIES SOCIETY

    2018.10

  • 日本水産学会

    2017.6

 

Papers

  • A Comparative Study on the Curriculums of Higher Education for Fisheries in Norway and Japan .    60 ( 2 ) 81 - 91   2020.7A Comparative Study on the Curriculums of Higher Education for Fisheries in Norway and JapanReviewed

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    Authorship:Lead author   Language:Japanese   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)  

  • KITO Keiko, SANO Masaaki, KUGA Mizuho .  Transition in Fisheries Education in Universities and its Interaction with the Fisheries Industry in Japan after World War II .  Journal of Regional Fisheries59 ( 3 ) 157 - 165   2019Reviewed

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    Language:Japanese   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)   Publisher:The Japan Regional Fisheries Society  

    <p>Modern fisheries industry requires human resources with specialized skills and high-end technique for its fundamental function and further development. Yet, the contribution of university education in fisheries to the industry has not been documented. This research, therefore, focused on elucidating the transition of the education program in fisheries and discovering its interaction and effectiveness towards the industry. This research revealed that the fisheries field has been undermined in this education level as the scale of the industry has diminished. Changes in the fisheries education program are linked to the development of capture fishery, though its contents hardly relate to how graduates would contribute to society within the broad definition of "fisheries". Demand in human resources for the industry within this new definition should be included in the rearranged educational program.</p>

    DOI: 10.34510/jrfs.59.3_157

  • Yongo E. .  Some aspects of the biology of Nile perch, Lates niloticus, in the open waters of Lake Victoria, Kenya .  Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management22 ( 3 ) 262 - 266   2017.9

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    Publisher:Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management  

    DOI: 10.1111/lre.12182

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Presentations

  • 鬼頭景子,佐野雅昭,久賀みず保   戦後の水産高等教育プログラムの発展と水産業との関わり  

    地域漁業学会大会  地域漁業学会

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    Event date: 2018.10

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

  • Keiko KITO, Kazuhiko ANRAKU, Munechika ISHIZAKI, Keigo EBATA, Hikaru ENDO, Kazuhiro SHIOZAKI, Shunsuke KOSHIO   Progressive Effort towards Developing Globalized Human Resources   International conference

    日本水産学会創立85周年記念国際シンポジウム   日本水産学会

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    Event date: 2017.9

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:東京海洋大学