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Researcher Information

last modified:2019/03/28

Professor KOBAYASHI Emiko

Faculty, Affiliation

Institute of Liberal Arts and Science

College and School Educational Field


Laboratory

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
University of Oklahoma Master 199212 Completed
University of Oklahoma Doctor 199712 Completed
【Degree】
Ph.D. (Communication)
M.A. (Communication)

Career

Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Administration Faculty of Foreign Languages assistant professor(1999/04/01-2003/03/31)
Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Administration Faculty of Foreign Languages associate professor(2003/04/01-2005/07/31)
The NUCB Graduate School Global Business Communication Associate Professor(2003/04/01-2005/07/31)
Kanazawa University Foreign Language Institute Associate Professor(2005/10/01-2014/03/31)
Kanazawa University Foreign Language Institute Professor(2014/04/01-2016/03/31)
Kanazawa University Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences Professor(2016/04/01-)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

American Society of Criminology
European Society of Criminology
International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology
The Japan Society of Educational Sociology

Award

○Top Three Paper, International & Intercultural Communication Division, the Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association(1998/11)

Specialities

Intercultural Communication、Cross-Cultural Psychology、Comparative Sociology of Deviance

Speciality Keywords

intercultural communication, interpersonal commmunication, cross-cultural sociology of deviance, cross-cultural psychology, control theory, rational decisionmaking

Research Themes

The cross-cultural applicability of theories of deviance: Comparisons of college students in Japan and the United States

The effectiveness of sociological theories of deviance in explaining deviance in Japan and the United States

Cultural differences in self-concepts and interpersonal relationships: Comparison of college students in Japan and the United States.

Books

Papers

  •  "A Cross-Cultural Study of Shame, Embarrassment, and Management Sanctions as Deterrents to Noncompliance with Organizational Rules." Kobayashi, Emiko, Harold G. Grasmick and Gustav Friedrich. 18 2 105-117 2001/04
  •  "Workplace Deviance in Japan: Applying an Extended Model of Deterrence." Grasmick, Harold G. and Emiko Kobayashi. 23 1 21-43 2002/01
  •  "Gender and Noncompliance with Workplace Rules in Japan: Contributions of Managerial Sanctions, Embarrassment, and Shame.”  Grasmick, Harold G. and Emiko Kobayashi. 46 75-88 2002/03
  •  "Workers’ Decisions to Comply: A Comparison of the Perceived Threats of Managerial Sanctions, Embarrassment and Shame in Japan and the United States."  Kobayashi, Emiko and Harold G. Grasmick. 4 1-12 2002/03
  •  "Punishment for Noncompliance and Rewards for Compliance: A Comparison of Japanese and American Workers." Kobayashi, Emiko and Harold G. Grasmick. 47 125-136 2003/03

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  •  Kobayashi, Emiko. "Deviant Behavior among Japanese College Students: The Effects of Peer Behavior and Attitudes toward Deviance." 12 123-140 2008/03
  •  "Gender and Deviance: A Comparison of College Students in Japan and the United States."  Kobayashi, Emiko, Susan F. Sharp and Harold G. Grasmick. 29 5 413-439 2008/07
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko. "Strain and Academically Unmotivated Behavior." 13 107-128 2009/03
  •  "Bond to Society,Collectivism, and Conformity: A Comparative Study of Japanese and American College Students." Fukushima, Miyuki, Susan F. Sharp and Emiko Kobayashi. 30 5 434-466 2009/07
  •  "Differences in Individualistic and Collectivistic Tendencies among College Students in Japan and the United States." Kobayashi, Emiko, Harold R. Kerbo and Susan F. Sharp. 51 1-2 59-84 2010/02
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko and Miyuki Fukushima. "Strain and Academic Cheating: An Application of General Strain Theory to Cheating among Japanese College Students." 14 165-188 2010/03
  •  "A Culturally-Nuanced Test of Gottfredson and Hirschi’s “General Theory”: Dimensionality and Generalizability in Japan and the United States."  Kobayashi, Emiko, Alexander T. Vazsonyi, Pan Chen and Susan F. Sharp. 20 2 112-131 2010/06
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko. "Social Bonds and Academic Cheating: An Application of Hirschi's Social Control Theory." 15 159-181 2011/03
  •  "Attitude Transference and Deviant Behavior: A Comparative Study in Japan and the United States."  Kobayashi, Emiko, Ronald L. Akers and Susan F. Sharp. 32 5 405-440 2011/06
  •  "Differences in Perceived Levels of Informal Punishments for Compliance and Rewards for Compliance: A Comparison of Japanese and American Workers." Kobayashi, Emiko and Harold R. Kerbo. 33 1 40-57 2012/01
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko. "Strain, Negative Emotions, and Academically Unmotivated Behavior: Evidence from Japanese College Students." 16 129-151 2012/03
  •  "Gender, Social Bond, and Academic Cheating in Japan." Kobayashi, Emiko and Miyuki Fukushima. 82 282-304 2012/05
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko. "Gender and Aspiration to Conventional Adult Goals: Evidence from Japanese College Students." 17 155-168 2013/03
  •  "Gender, Risk Preferences, and Parental Control: Evidence from Japanese College Students."  Kobayashi, Emiko and Harold R. Kerbo. 34 22-38 2014/01
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko and John Bintliff. "Student Evaluations as Effective Indicators of Learning Outcomes: Evidence from Japanese College Students in English Language Courses." Kobayashi, Emiko and John Bintliff.  18 1-19 2014/03
  •  "A Cross-Cultural Examination of the Disjuncture Between Aspirations and Expectations/Perceived Outcomes: Strain and Academic Deviance in the United States and Japan."  Fukushima, Miyuki, Susan F. Sharp and Emiko Kobayashi. 85 462-491 2015
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko and Harold R. Kerbo. "The Deterrent Effects of Punishments for Noncompliance and Rewards for Compliance: A Comparison of Hospital Employees in Japan and the United States." Kobayashi, Emiko and Harold R. Kerbo. Deviant Behavior 37 1077-1094 2016
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko, David P. Farrington and Molly Buchanan. “Peer Reactions, Peer Behavior, Student Attitudes, and Student Deviance: A Comparison of College Students in Japan and the USA.” Kobayashi, Emiko, David P. Farrington and Molly Buchanan. Asian Journal of Criminology, 14 3-22 2019/02/09
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko and David P. Farrington. (in press). “Influence of Peer Reactions and Student Attitudes on Student Deviance: Differences Between Japan and the United States.” Kobayashi, Emiko and David P. Farrington. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, (online first) 2019/02/21
  •  Kobayashi, Emiko and David P. Farrington. (in press). “Differences in Levels of Deviance Between Japanese and American Students: The Influence of Peer Deviance.” Kobayashi, Emiko and David P. Farrington. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, (online first) 2019/02/27

Conference Presentations

  • Kobayashi, Emiko. “Bullying among Japanese High School Students: Applying Social Bond Theory.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology. Porto, Portugal.(2015)
  • Kobayashi, Emiko. “Gender and Bullying in Japan: An Applicability of Differential Association/Social Learning Theory.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology. Cardiff, Wales.(2017)
  • Kobayashi, Emiko, Marvin Krohn, and Molly Buchanan.“The Cross-Cultural Generalizability of General Strain Theory: Evidence from College Students in the United States and Japan.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology. Atlanta, GA.(2018)

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「青少年犯罪の日米比較:制裁に対する意識レベルと自己統制力が持つ抑止効果の研究」(2002-2003) 
○「犯罪社会学4大理論が日米大学生の社会ルール違反行為に及ぼす影響:セルフ・コントロール理論、緊張理論、社会学習理論、社会紐帯理論の効力とその因果関係」(2004-2006) 
○「日米大学生の飲酒、喫煙の動機付けと抑止要因:分化的強化と拡大抑止理論の検証」(2010-2012) 
○「日本人高校生によるいじめの原因調査」(2014-2016) 
○「逸脱理論の適応性:日本人高校生のジェンダーギャップと一般化可能性」(2017-2020) 

Classes (Bachelors)

○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2017)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○English II(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○English II(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○English II(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○English II(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○English Seminar(2016)
○English Seminar(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Intercultural Communication(2016)
○Intercultural Communication(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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