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Section of Education Studies

We conduct research on ethical education based on Moralogy to promote the development of individual morality and desirable home, school, and society.

In addition to the thought of Chikuro Hiroike, we are also working on research on various moral education method including overseas theories, and countermeasures against practical problems such as counseling and Dowa issues.

Nakamasa Sou

Manager / Professor

Research Theme

Curriculum development of Moralogy education. Sports and ethic moral.

Keiji Suwanai

Visiting Professor

Research Theme

Concept of character and character education, Inazou Nitobe.

Syujiro Mizuno

Visiting Professor

Research Theme

Culture and counseling and school counseling.

Kenichi Ejima

Seniar Researcher

Research Theme

Historical study of moral education in modern Japan. A historical study on educational thought over morality and ethics in modern Japan.

Johkoh Kinoshita

Researcher

Research Theme

Qualitative research about the influence of parent education on personality.

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