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Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien

バーバラ・ホルトス

バーバラ・ホルトス
副所長
社会学
2018年4月 〜

holthus@dijtokyo.org

Barbara Holthus holds two Ph.D. degrees, in Japanese Studies from the University of Trier, Germany, 2006, and in Sociology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2010. Before taking up the position of deputy director at the German Institute for Japanese Studies Tokyo in April 2018, she was assistant professor at the Department of East Asian Studies / Japanese Studies at the University of Vienna. Her research is on marriage and the family, child care, happiness and well-being, volunteering, media, gender, rural Japan, as well as demographic and social change. She was principal investigator of a German Science Foundation (DFG) funded research project on comparing parental well-being in Germany and Japan (2014-2017). Her most recent publications are Japan through the lens of the Tokyo Olympics (2020; co-editors I. Gagne, W. Manzenreiter, F. Waldenberger). Parental well-being: Satisfaction with work, family life, and family policy in Germany and Japan (2018; co-editor H. Bertram), Life course, happiness and well-being in Japan (2017; co-editor W. Manzenreiter), Happiness and the good life in Japan (2017; co-editor W. Manzenreiter).
You can reach Barbara at holthus@dijtokyo.org or follow her Twitter account @barbGhawaii.

DIJプロジェクト

Japan through the lens of the Tokyo Olympics

The meaning of local community for happiness and selfhood

Parental well-being in the rural periphery of Germany and Japan: Choices, challenges, and considerations

終了DIJプロジェクト

Gender and Political Participation in post-3/11 Japan

放射線と戦う親たち:ケーススタディ

日本における少子化問題進展の様相

結婚という「幸せ」―日本の女性誌における結婚をめぐる言説

子育て期間の親のウェルビーイングに関する日独比較調査

東日本大震災

保育と少子化

少子化問題と格差社会