He is currently an Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies in Education at Ohio University in Athens in the US.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Perpetuation of Racism and Sexism in the US: Subtle Reinforcement by Popular Culture

This paper analyses how popular culture perpetuates the issue of racism and sexism in the United States.

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The Juggling Act: Mothers as Academics

The research reveals the challenges and successes faced by mothers who are faculty members in combining their academic and maternal roles.

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The Saga of Border Crossers: Social Adjustment of Japanese Female Students in a Midwestern U.S. University

High achieving and fairly accomplished Japanese female students, who cross the border to enter into the U.S to study overnight become incompetent, frightened, lacking in social and cultural capital.

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Japanese Teachers’ Perception of Homogeneity: Foreign Students as Exceptions

Japanese teachers’ multicultural experiences/knowledge contradicts their perception of homogeneity--caught between two opposite sociopolitical forces--viewing foreign students as exceptions to the homogeneous discourse.

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