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To get rid of sex violence; male gadekirukoto: Japan-U.S. psychology study regards psychology as position of man from the clinical spot

Teacher/lecturer name Christopher Kilmartin, Ph.D others
The holding year 2019
Date 2019/11/08

Sophia symposium

 

To get rid of sex violence; male gadekirukoto: Japan-U.S. psychology study regards psychology as position of man from the clinical spot

The Role of Men in Countering Sexual Violence: Understanding Male Positionality and Power from Psychological Research and Clinical Settings in the U.S. and Japan

 

Voice of anger for sex violence becomes big turning point in each country and requires reformation of society so that we are symbolized by recent "MeToo exercise". We cannot approach in essence of problem without pojishonariti (viewpoint characteristics) called man and analysis to power (power) while recognition that "sex violence is not problem of the nature and is problem of power" (power) spreads out.
You invite Christopher kill Martin Professor emeritus of Mary Washington University which is the leading person of andrology and sex violence study in American psychologists, and you call, and, at this symposium, please suggest summary of psychological precedence study in the United States to lose sex violence whether what to do, what kind of education are effective.
Furthermore, we inspect the current situation in United States and Japan in panel discussion by Japanese experts and should face man characteristics and harming characteristics that man has how or provide opportunity to think about how you learn model of twisted masukyuriniti again.

 

As for the detailed contents, please see this flyer.

  Collecting picture
Basic tone lecture
Panel discussion

 

 

 

Part 1: Basic tone lecture Keynote Address

 

Lecturer: Christopher Kilmartin, Ph.D

Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, The University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA, USA.

 

": Lessons Learned from Working with U.S. Universities and U.S. Military Addressing Men in Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention"
"Male lesson that we educated and got from the training, instruction to university and the military of the United States for sex violence, harassment prevention"

 

 

 

 

Part 2: Panel discussion Panel Discussion

 

Panelist Panelists

 

 

"seihigai which we saw from the clinical spot"
Sexual Violence and Victimization: Perspectives
From the Counseling Field

Sayoko Nobuta (Harajuku counseling center's director) 
Sayoko Nobuta, Director of Harajuku Counseling Center

 

"It is the spot of andrology and assailant clinical practice seiboryoku in Japan
Consideration of the sky"
Sexual Violence in Japan: Insights from Men' s Studies
and Perpetrator Counseling

Masashi Nakamura (Ritsumeikan University human science graduate course professor)
Tadashi Nakamura, Professor, Department of Human Science, Ritsumeikan University

 

"noka" where "caring men have little prospect of getting married from violence most"
Men as Caregivers: Are They Liberated from Masculine
Ideology That Drives Men to Violence?

Ryo Hirayama (Tokyo health longevity medical center Institute researcher)
Ryo Hirayama, Research Associate, Long-Term Care & End-of-Life Issues, Human Care Research Team,
Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology

 

About "approach in Japanese university"
Initiatives on Sexual Violence Prevention on College Campuses in Japan

Miura mari (Sophia University Department of Law professor)
"Speak up Sophia" (Sophia University student group)
Mari Miura, Professor, Faculty of Law, Sophia University
"Speak Up, Sophia" (Sophia University student organization)