Curriculum Vitae


Educational Record
A cartographer, socio-behavioral geographer, and a cognitive mapping researcher, who is Fukuoka - Kyushu Prefectures native. This Japanese geographer entered Ritsumeikan University initially for studying social issues. As a student at geography department, he has studied geography under Dr.Takahashi Manabu and social research methods under Dr. Iwami Toshikatsu (later he become the mayor of Hyogo prefecture). After his graduation and his enrollment of its graduate school, he has been to the United States for one year majoring in Geographic Information System under Dr.Loren Siebert (from 1997 to 1998). After his homecoming, he had also studied under Dr.Nakaya Tomoki shortly, before he obtained his M.A. degree. Although his initial field of concern was sociological studies (such that he did social research of QOL estimation and behavior of elderly people with the collaboration of Okayama city), he gradually have had a greater concern of cross-cultural aspects in human spatial cognition. Concequently he moved to Tokyo and enrolled in Tokyo Metropolitan University and has taken on as a disciple of Dr.Wakabayashi Yoshiki, who is largely known as the leading authority in behavioral geography in Japan, continuring his researches on cross-cultural effect on human spatial cognition at societal level from varity of viewpoints (such as linguistic and visual information transmissions). He also has completed an cross-cultural wayfinding experiment with the support of Dr.Reginald Golledge (UCSB) in 2005 as a visiting research scholar there. In 2006 he was appointed as a research assistant by the TMU tourism science department founding committee, then in January 2008, he became an assistant professor of the newly built Tourism Science department there. he also has been a member of the committee of human resources cultivation institution for environmental protection and regional development from 2006-2007, and has been a member of the study group for the ECO-TOP board of review from 2007-2008. From 2010 he is appointed as an advisory board of the Tomonoura Residential Convention by Hiroshima Prefecture.
Academic Record
1992 Entered the Department of Geography, Faculty of Letters at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto
1996 Graduated from the Department of Geography, Faculty of Letters at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto
1996 Entered the Department of Geography, Graduate School of Letters at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto
1997 Graduate student at The University of Akron, Buchtel College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Geography and Urban Plannning for one year
1999 Graduated from the Department of Geography, Graduate School of Letters at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto
1999 Entered the Doctoral Course, Department of Geoscience, Graduate School of Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University
2004 Graduated from the Doctoral Course of Department of Geoscience, Graduate School of Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University
2004-2006 Postdoctorate at the Department of Geoscience, Faculty of Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University
Teaching and Working Experience
Apr. -Sept. 1996 Teaching Assistant at the Department of Geography, Graduate School of Letters at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto
Oct.2001 -Mar.2002 Teaching Assistant for 'GIS and Computation Seminar' at the Department of Geoscience, Graduate School of Science at Tokyo Metropolitan University
Oct.2004 -Mar.2005 Adjunct Lecturer for 'Theories of industorial environment' at Otsuma Women's University in Tokyo
Jan. -July.2005 Research Scholar, at University of California at Santa Barbara, College of Letters & Sciences, Geography Department
Oct.2006 -Dec.2007 Research Assistant, at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Geography, Faculty of Urban Environment
Jan. 2008 -Aug.2010 Assistant Professor, at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Geography, Faculty of Urban Environment
Sep. 2010 - Present Associate Professor, at University of Toyama, Social Culture Course, Department of Humanities
Activity in Academic Associations
From 1996 Human Geography Society of Japan
From 2000 Spatial Cognition Workshop in Japan / The Association of Japanese Geographers
From 2001 International Cartographers Society of Japan / The Geographical Science Society
From 2002 The Association of Geographic Information Science
From 2016 Japan Academic Society of Tourism
From 2009 to 2016 The Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Sectional committee chief in 2011)
From 2010 Tourism Division, Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics / Public Relations Committee (2010-2011) Academic Committee (2012- )
From 2010 Japan Association on Geographical Space
From 2010 Ritsumeikan Geographical Society
From 2011 Toyama Geological Society (Managing committee)
From 2012 to 2013 Planning Committee for the 56th Annual Congress of Historical Geography (Committee)
From 2014 to 2015 Planning Committee for the 2014 Autumn Conference of Japanese Geograpgers (Committee)
Competence and Commendations
October 2004 Certification of 'Social Research Specialist' (No.000256)
2008-2009 Research grant: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research: Category Youth-B: Head). The decision-making mechanism of a community facing 'development or conservation' dilemma. (No. 20700673).
2009-2010 Commisioned Research Grant: Bureau of of industrial and labor affairs (Tokyo Metropolitan Government) The impacts of location huntings toward the residences and the role of film-commisions.
2011-2012 Research grant: Hokuriku Bank (Hokugin Research grant for youth researchers). Exploring the social relations over exhaust water problem from nuclear power plant.
2016 Special Prize for the presentation Geographically constructed residential attitudes toward a public project (Organization for Promotion of Research, University of Toyama: with research grant)
2017-2020 Research grant: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research: Category Main-A: Partner). The evaluation of the new technologies in GIS from the perspectives on human and society.

 
Publications (article and presentation titles with are in English)
Books
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. 2005. Cultural differences of spatial descriptions in tourist guidebooks. In C.Freksa, B.Nedel, M.Knauff and B.Krieg-Brückner (eds.) Spatial cognition IV: integrating abstract theories, empirical studies, formal methods, and practical applications. Berlin, Springer-Verlag: 147-164.
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Suzuki, K. 2006. The policies of local governing bodies for supporting spatial cognition and spatial behavior of foreign residents. In Okamoto, K., Wakabayashi, Y. and Teramoto, K. (eds.) Walk the ways and live in the cities: the conversations between geographers and psychologists over handicaps of people. Tokyo, Kokon Shoin, 116-120.
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Kondo, J., Kinoshita, J., Tabata, K., Suzuki, K., and Samejima, N. 2007. The excavation on the recordings of variant manuscripts and transcriptions of the classical music composers. Tokyo, Seikyu-sha.
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Suzuki, K. 2008. Cross-cultural studies in spatial descriptions by language. In Murakoshi, S. (ed.) GIS and spatial cognition. Tokyo, Kokon Shoin: 177-189.
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Suzuki, K. 2010a. World heritage inscription and tourism. In Fukami, S. and Ide A. (eds.) Unno, A., Suzuki, K., Shoji, M. and Nagayoshi, M. (auth.) Tourism and community development . Tokyo, Kokon Shoin: 73-96.
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Ito, S., Arima, T., Komaki, N., Hayashi, T. and Suzuki, K. eds. 2012. Toward a practical geography. Tokyo, Kokon Shoin.
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2013a. Important cultural landscape list and the decay of traditional agricultural life: A case of dispersed settlement in Tonami Plain, Japan. In Kim, D-Chul, Firmino, A.M.V. and Ichikawa, Y. eds. Globalization and new challenges of agricultural and rural systems. Nagoya, Nagoya University Press: 59-70.
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Suzuki, K. 2017. Power of maps (A3-8), Spatial abilities (C1-11). In Morita, T. Wakabayashi, Y. et al. eds. Encyclopedia of maps. Tokyo, Asakura Shoten: (to be issued).
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Suzuki, K. 2017. Geographic information and ethics. In Wakabayashi, Y., Imai, O., Seto, T., and, Nishimura, Y. eds. Theories and Practices in PPGIS. Tokyo, Kokon Shoin: 44-50.
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Suzuki, K. 2017. Eco-tourism. In Nakamura, M. ed. First Step Toward the Studies of International Relations. Kyoto, Houritsu-Bunka Sha: (to be issued).
Review Articles
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Suzuki, K. 2005. Annual overview of the geographical studies in Japan: Perception and behavior (commissioned article). Japanese Journal of Human Geography 57(3): 59-60.
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Suzuki, K. 2015a. Annual overview of the geographical studies in Japan: Tourism (commissioned article). Japanese Journal of Human Geography 67(3): 54-56.
Peer-Reviewed Articles
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Kawashima, K., Ueda, T., Osako, T., Sonali, K., Sano, H., Suzuki, K., Nakao, K., Ying-Chie, H., and Yamada, K. 1997. The local characteristics of Kinukake Road. The Journal of Ritsumeikan Geopgraphical Society 9: 83-93.
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Suzuki, K. 2000. Note on the development of mapping abilities: controversy between nativism and constructivism. Japanese Journal of Human geography 52(4): 385-399 (65-79).
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Suzuki, K. 2001. A cross-cultural comparison of catrographic communication with maps in tourist guidebooks. Maps 39(3): 1-12.
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2003a. A comparative study of spatial descriptions in tourist guidebooks. Geographical Review of Japan 76(5): 1-21.
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Wakabayashi, Y. and Suzuki, K. 2003. Theoretical and practical issues of the relationship between spatial cognition and maps. Maps 41(4): 3-17.
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Wakabayashi, Y. and Suzuki, K. 2005. A bibliographical review of blindness studies by Reginald Golledge. Geographical Science 60(1): 40-53.
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Suzuki, K. 2006. A cross-cultural comparison of the role of maps in human wayfinding behavior. Proceedings of Second international joint workshop on ubiquitous, pervasive and internet mapping (SMF/UPIMap2006). International Cartographic Association (ICA): 17-24.
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. 2008. Spatial analysis of tourist attractions listed in Japanese and English guidebooks to Tokyo. Journal of Geography 117(2): 522-533.
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Suzuki, R., Hayashi, T., Kadono, A., and Suzuki, K. 2010. The risks associated with the public open of on-campus experimental forests - A Case Study. The International Journal of Tourism Science 3: 1-7.
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Suzuki, K. 2010b. Looking for a new way of community revitalization after the impacts of media-induced tourism. The International Journal of Tourism Science 3: 31-39.
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Suzuki, K. 2010c. The world heritage as politics. The International Journal of Tourism Science 3: 57-69.
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Suzuki, K. and Sato, S. 2010. Switching back or pulling out: Employing actor network theory to penetrate the historical implication of a rail station displacement. The International Journal of Tourism Science 3: 95-116.
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Suzuki, K. 2010. Does media-induced tourism contribute to sustainable regional development? Proceedings of the International Conference TINA 4 : 33-42.
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Kikuchi, T., Okano, Y., Kitajima, A., Kubomura, M., Koike, T., Sonoda, K., Nakamura, S., Maeda., A. and Suzuki, K. 2011. Development of Takumi-no-Sato and its contribution to regional tourism in Niihari-mura, Gunma prefecture of Tokyo metropolitan periphery. The International Journal of Tourism Science 4: 129-147.
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Sonoda, K. and Suzuki, K. 2011. Potentiality of on-campus restaurant as a place for interaction - a case study in Tokyo periphery. Proceedings of the International Conference of TINA 5: 147-158.
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2011. Some overlooked drawbacks of Japanese media-induced tourism : A critical reinvestigation. The Journal of Ritsumeikan Geographical Society 23: 11-25.
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Suzuki, K. 2012a. Tourist guides as an element of cultural landscape. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 3: 5-22.
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Suzuki, K. 2013a. A cross-cultural comparison of human wayfinding behavior using maps and written directions. Geographical Review of Japan Ser. B 85(2): 74-83.
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2013b. Revealing tourism space territoriality using GIS from perspectives on critical cartography. Proceedings of the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2013: MTT37-P11E (online).
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Suzuki, K. 2013c. Can we intercept the predatory of mega-journals?: An inter-disciplinal attempt of peer-reviewed open-access bulletin. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 4: 3-11.
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Suzuki, K. 2014b. Prevalent 'Myths' about the effect of the estimated outcomes of public project in Tomonoura. The Historical Geography 56(1): 1-20.
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Suzuki, K. 2014c. Geoparks as sites for dark tourism. E-Journal GEO 9(1): 73-83.
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2015b. Understanding recommendations to be implemented for the better management of Mt. Fuji as a World Cultural Heritage. Journal of Geography 124(6): 995-1014.
Other Articles
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2003b. A cross-cultural comparison of spatial information in tourist guidebooks: mainly focused on visual information. The Geographical Reports of Tokyo Metropolitan University 38: 51-63.
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. 2006. Cross-cultural comparison of tourism spaces described in Japanese and American guidebooks. Proceedings of Geographic Information System Association 15: 113-118.
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Suzuki, K., Suzuki T. and Suzuki H. 2008. Bridge over the Troubled Harbor - dynamics of local residents' campaign in Tomonoura. The International Journal of Tourism Science 1: 50-68.
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Suzuki, K. and Suzuki, R. 2009a. Exploring the sustainability of an on-campus green belt as a local commons. The International Journal of Tourism Science 2: 85-93.
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Suzuki, R. and Suzuki, K. 2009. Bamboo stand expansion in an on-campus green belt. The International Journal of Tourism Science 2: 95-102.
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Suzuki, K. and Suzuki, R. 2009b. Current status of natural environment in Ogasawara Islands in preparation for the inscription on the World Heritage List. The Annual Report of Ogasawara Studies 32: 27-47.
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Suzuki, K. 2009a. Media-induced tourism - A review. Proceedings of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research Annual Conference 24: 85-88.
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Suzuki, K. 2010d. Detecting the tourism space by appearance frequencies of tourism haunts in the guide maps of Tomonoura. Proceedings of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research Annual Conference 25: 161-164.
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Suzuki, K. 2010e. The sights and spheres in the sight-seeing maps of Tomonoura.Proceedings of Geographic Information System Association 19: (CD-ROM, 6p).
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Suzuki, K. 2011a. Propositions of Dispersed village in Tonami plain at the crossroads of inscribing important cultural landscape. Bulletin of the Institute of Tonami Dispersed Region 28: 8-22.
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Suzuki, K. 2011b. NIMBY studies: problems and prospects. Proceedings of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research Annual Conference 26: 17-20.
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Suzuki, K. and Suzuki, R. 2012. On-campus green belt and bamboo stand expansion. The Map Center 472: 20-21.
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Suzuki, K. 2012b. Who's gonna be blamed for getting a free-ride? - Controversies and misunderstandings in NIMBY studies.Proceedings of the Annual Conference Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics16: B5-2 (CD-ROM).
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Kikuchi, T., Doi, T., Suzuki, K., Niina, A., Koizumi, T., Tomita, K., Funck, C., Mokudai, K. and Iwata, S. 2012. Geopark and regional development. E-Journal GEO 6(2): 191-202.
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Suzuki, K. 2012c. How geographers can contribute to tourism studies.The Tourism Studies 24(1): 115-118.
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Suzuki, K. 2012d. Some emerging problems related to geographic information ethics in the decade of ubiquitous mapping.Proceedings of Japanese Society for Ethics 63: 68-69.
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Suzuki, K. 2013d. A hidden dimension in tourism: nightlife and replacement driver service in Japan. Proceedings of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research Annual Conference 28: 353-356.
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Suzuki, K. 2013e. Historical materials as external representation - Applicability of critical cartography for the history of medicine.Journal of the Japanese Society for the History of Medicine 59(2): 164-170.
Suzuki, K. 2013e. Historical materials as external representation - Applicability of critical cartography for the history of medicine.Journal of the Japan Society of Deantal History 30(2): 90-94.
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Ito, S., Arima, T., Komaki, N., Hayashi, T. and Suzuki, K. 2013. Forum: In responce to the review of Toward a practical geography. Annals of the Association of Economic Geographers 59(2): 250-252.
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Elemental research seminar students, University of Toyama (Annaka, Y., Ono, M., Kaneko, M., Kaneda, K., Sasagawa, C., Shirai, N., Sekiya, S., Takeuchi, A., Degura, T., Noiri, S., Hirocho, R., Matsuda, M., Miyake, K., Yano, M., Yoneda, S.) and Suzuki, K. 2013. The attitudes of university students toward expected various impacts due to the inauguration of Hokuriku Super-express. Regional Environmental Research 5: 73-83.
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Suzuki, K. 2013f. Possible factors controlling the attitudes of university students toward the impacts caused by the inauguration of Hokuriku Super-express. The Nature and Society 79: 25-35.
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Suzuki, K. 2013g. What should we learn from the state of world heritage sites. Geography 58(11): 35-43.
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Suzuki, K. 2014d.The environmental conflicts in Tomonoura and their conceptual ambiguity toward landscape. in A. Yoshinaga ed.Readings in Environmental Ethics for Urbanity. JSPS Final Report Category Youth B: 92-112.
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Suzuki, K. 2014e. Operating repository-based online journal as a way of social contribution of universities: The first year accomplishment of JIRCL. Proceedings of the International conference of the Academy of Korea Hospitality and Tourism 31: 496-513.
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Suzuki, K. 2015c. Geography and electronic geographic information ethics in the Web 2.0 age. Geography 60(1): 48-51.
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Suzuki, K. 2015d. A closer look at Toyama from the perspective on tourism. Geography 60(2): 18-27.
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Suzuki, K. 2015e. Rethinking Locally unwanted land use from NIMBY studies. The Municipal Problems 106(7): 4-11.
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Suzuki, K. 2016a. Maintaining a Repository-based e-Journal as a tool for becoming a COC. Proceedings of the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2016: G-03 (Invited Paper).
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Ide, A., Suzuki, K. and Fukami, S. and Sudo, H. 2016. Modern industorial heritage and dark tourism. Proceedings of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research Annual Conference 31: 353-356.
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Suzuki, K. 2016b. Reconstruction tourism as rhetoric of the memory. Proceedings of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research Annual Conference 31: 357-360.
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Suzuki, K. 2016c. For a better understanding of environmental conflict caused by the photovoltaic facility siting. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 7: 84-94.
Dissertations
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Suzuki, K. 1999. A Cross-cultural approach of cognitive mapping researches. Master's Dissertation submitted to Ritsumeikan University: 90p. (not include the numbers of pages for tables and figures)
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Suzuki, K. 2004. A cross-cultural comparison spatial information in tourist guidebooks. Doctoral Dissertation submitted to Tokyo Metropolitan University: 65p. (not include the numbers of pages for tables and figures)
Oral Presentations
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Suzuki, K (Nov.17, 1996) A study of the relation between the daily behavior and life self-estimation of elderly people: an case of Okayama city. Annual conference of Human Geography Society of Japan (Kyoto University of Education, Kyoto).
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Suzuki, K. (Mar.28, 2000) A note on the universality of mapping abilities. A presentation given at the symposium entitled 'Walk on roads, live in cities' in Annual Conference of the Association of Japanese Geographers. (Waseda University, Tokyo).
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Suzuki, K. (Nov.10. 2000) Problems in cross-cultural comparison of mapping abilities. Greco Meeting (National Hotel Kongo-Rinji-So, Shiga)
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Suzuki, K. (Sept. 5. 2001: Reporting presentation) Lloyd, R. 2000. Understanding and learning maps. R.Kitchin and S. Freundschuh eds. Cognitive mapping - past, present and future, Routledge: 84-107. Spatial Cognition Workshop (Sampia-Gifu, Gifu Pref.)
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 11. 2001) Cross-cultural comparison of spatial descriptions in tourist guidebooks as a spatial information transmission device. Annual conference of Human Geography Society of Japan, (Kobe University, Hyogo).
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Suzuki K. (Nov. 17. 2002) The diversity in linguistic information in tourist guidebooks. Annual conference of Human Geography Society of Japan (Ochanomizu University, Tokyo).
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Suzuki, K. (Feb. 20. 2003) The diversity in linguistic information in tourist guidebooks. Spatial Cognition Workshop, (Tohoku Gakuin University, Miyagi).
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 16. 2003) The difference in spatial distribution patterns of the sites included in the Japanese and American guidebooks. Annual Conference of Human Geography Society of Japan (Kansai University, Osaka).
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. (Oct. 11. 2004) Cultural differences of spatial descriptions in tourist guidebooks. In C.Freksa, B.Nedel, M.Knauff and B.Krieg-Brückner (eds.) Spatial cognition IV: integrating abstract theories, empirical studies, formal methods, and practical applications. Frauenchimsee, Germany.
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 17. 2005) Cross-cultural differences in wayfinding schema by use of maps and language. Annual Conference of Human Geography Society of Japan (Kyushu University, Fukuoka).
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. (October 17th, 2006). Cross-cultural comparison of tourism spaces described in Japanese and American guidebooks. 15th Annual Conference of Geographic Information System Association (Nihon University, Tokyo).
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Suzuki, K. (October 24th, 2006). A cross-cultural comparison of the role of maps in human wayfinding behavior. International Cartographic Association (ICA) second international joint workshop on ubiquitous, pervasive and internet mapping (SMF/UPIMap2006). Seoul, Korea.
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. (November 10th, 2007). Spatial analysis of tourist attractions in Japanese and English guidebooks. International Symposium on Sustainable Urban Environment 2007. Tokyo, Japan.
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Suzuki, K., Suzuki, T. and Suzuki, H. (March, 2008) A foresight report from Tomonoura. Annual Conference of the Association of Japanese Geographers (Saitama, Japan)
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Click to downloadWakabayashi, Y. and Suzuki, K. (May, 25th 2008) Visualization and analysis of the tourist space in Japanese and English guide-books to Tokyo. 2008 Annual conference of Japan Geoscience Union (Chiba, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Dec, 18th 2008) Music is born in the place where the people moves. invited lecture: Sectorial meeting of tourism Research, Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K., Suzuki, T. and Suzuki, H. (March, 2009) The brief report of the Tomonoura Social Inquiry. Annual Conference of the Association of Japanese Geographers (Saitama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. and Suzuki, R. (Jul. 2009) Bamboo stand expansion in an on-campus green belt. 4th Conference of bamboo Researchers Network (Ishikawa, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 2009) Media-induced tourism -A review. 24th Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Saitama, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Mar. 2010) Looking for a new way of community revitalization after the impacts of media-induced tourism. The 14th JAFEE Congress in Osaka (Osaka, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (May 2010) Does right to scenery transcend subsistence right? - Conditions and prospects around Tomonoura public project. invited lecture: The Japan Amenity Research Centre(Campus Innovation Center, Tokyo).
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Suzuki, K. (Aug. 21th 2010). Does media-induced tourism contribute to sustainable regional development? 2010 Tourism Institute Of Northeast Asia, The 4th Phohang International Conference.
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Suzuki, K. (Oct. 2nd 2010) Thinking future challenges of geoparks through the world heritage. A presentation given at the symposium entitled 'Geoparks and regional development' in Annual Conference of the Association of Japanese Geographers. (Nagoya University, Aichi).
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Suzuki, K. (Oct. 24th 2010) The sights and spheres in the sight-seeing maps of Tomonoura.19th Annual Conference of Geographic Information System Association (Kyoto, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 20th 2010) Environmental protection and residential rights - a case study from Tomonoura. 56th Joint Workshop of Tonami Regional Institute of Dispersed Settlement and Toyama Geological Society (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 27th 2010) How researchers should face themselves toward their subjects of being studied. 22th Congress of Ritsumeikan Geographical Association (Kyoto, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 5th 2010) Detecting the tourism space by appearance frequencies of tourism haunts in the guide maps of Tomonoura.25th Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Kanagawa, Japan)
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Yoshinaga, A., Suzuki, K. and Fukami, S. (Apr. 23th 2011) Workshop: Dialogue between geography and environmental ethics.3rd Annual Conference of the Japanese Association for the Contemporary and Applied Philosophy (Chiba, Japan)
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Sonoda, K. and Suzuki, K. (Aug. 23th 2011). Potentiality of on-campus restaurant as a place for interaction - a case study in Tokyo periphery. 2011 Tourism Institute Of Northeast Asia, The 5th International Conference.
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 4th 2011) NIMBY Studies: Problems and prospects.26th Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Osaka, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Jan. 22th 2012) NIMBY Phenomenon and possible contributions from geographers. JITR Sectional Committee Joint Workshop on Geography and Environmental Ethics (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Feb. 28th 2012) How a geographer has dealt with an environmental conflict.The 3rd Workshop of Regional Life Studies Working Group (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Mar. 2nd 2012) Commentator on the forum entitled 'Regional life after the 3.11 disaster'.Regional Life Studies Working Group Forum (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Mar. 17th 2012) Who's gonna be blamed for getting a free ride? - Controversies and misunderstandings in NIMBY studies.The 16th Annual Conference of Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics (Osaka, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (May. 26th 2012) Final Report: Heading toward a practical geography. 27th Annual meeting of Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Saitama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Oct. 21th 2012) Overlooked risks on ubiquitous mapping and responsibilities of GISience researchers. Workshop on ethics of digital mapping (co-host: Akihiro Yoshinaga and Nobutsugu Kanzaki) 63rd Congress of The Japan Society for Ethics (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (May. 11th 2013) Special lecture: Historical materials as external representation. invited lecture: The Joint Conference of the 114th Annual Congress of Japan Society for the History of Medicine and The 41th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Dental History (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (May. 19th 2013) Explaining the residential attitude toward public project by postulating the existence of tourism space territoriality. The 56th Conference of the Japan Association of the Historical Geograhers (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (May 21th 2013) Revealing tourism space territoriality using GIS from perspectives on critical cartography. Mapping and spatial representation in geoscience (M-TT37), Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2013 (Makuhari Messe-Chiba, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Jul. 29th 2013) Some challenges in inscribing local environment on the Important cultural landscape list - A case study of the dispersed settlement in Tonami plain -. The 21th Annual Colloquium of the International Geographical Union Commission on the Sustainability of Rural Systems entitled Globalization and New Challenges of Agricultural and Rural Systems (Nagoya, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 8th 2013) A hidden dimension in tourism: nightlife and replacement driver service in Japan. 28th Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Kanagawa, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Mar. 8th 2014) Privacy issues on geographic information technology. invited lecture: Kyoto Research Workshop on Biothics (Kyoto, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (May 10th 2014) Operating repository-based online journal as a way of social contribution of universities: The first year accomplishment of JIRCL. 31st Hotel & Tourism Conference of the Academy of Korea Hospitality and Tourism (Yongsan University, Korea).
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Suzuki, K. (May 10th 2014) Commentator of the presentation of Choi SeungHo's 'A study on the special and universal of CSR management in hotel company'. 31st Hotel & Tourism Conference of the Academy of Korea Hospitality and Tourism (Yongsan University, Korea).
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 21th 2014) Deus ubiquitous et absconditus: Some ethical problems in GIScience. Annual Conference of the Association of Japanese Geographers (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Mar. 29th 2015) Geographical information ethics in GIScience. invited presentation: Research group on GIS and society; Annual Conference of the Association of Japanese Geographers (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Mar, 27th 2016) Think of dark tourism as a terminological issue. 20th Annual Conference Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics (Tokyo, Japan).
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Ide, A., Fukami, S. and Suzuki, K. and Sudo, H. (Mar, 27th 2016) The significance of Industorial heritages of modern era from the perspective on dark tourism. 20th Annual Conference Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics (Tokyo, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (May, 22th 2016) Maintaining a Repository-based e-Journal as a tool for becoming a COC. Proceedings of the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2016: G-03 (Chiba, Japan).
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Ohnishi, K. and Suzuki, K. (Sep, 26th 2016) Managing a field study class for an incubator of would-be human resources. The National COC/COC+ Symposium (Toyama, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Sep, 30th 2016) Geographically constructed residential attitudes toward a public project - With use of Geospatial Analyses of GIS. Toyama Science Gala 2016 (Toyama, Japan) Awarded Special Prize.
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Suzuki, K. (Nov, 30th 2016) Visualizing Geographically constructed residential attitudes with use of geographic information systems. Annual Meeting of Toyama New Industory Organization 2016 (Toyama, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 4th 2016) Reconstruction tourism as rhetoric of the memory. 31st Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Chiba, Japan).
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Ide, A., Suzuki, K., Fukami, S. and Sudo, H. (Dec. 4th 2016) Modern industorial heritage and dark tourism. 31st Annual Conference of the Japan Institute of Tourism Research (Chiba, Japan).
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Suzuki, K., Ito, S. and Shimada, A. (June. 3rd 2017) De-consecration and de-localization of a hallow ground pilgrimage. Geographical science spring conference 2017 (Hiroshima, Japan).
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 20th 2017) Newly emerging problems in geographic information ethics. G-Spatial Forum 2017 in Niigata (Niigata, Japan).
Extension Lectures
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Suzuki, K. (September 22th, 2007) The cultural diversity in the way of seeing and thinking the landscape with direct experience and maps. Maps and landscape: Meguro City College open seminar vol. 11 (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (October 20th, 2007) An international study of the cultural diversity in tourist guide maps. Maps and landscape: Meguro City College open seminar vol. 12 (Tokyo, Japan)
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Kikuchi, T. and Suzuki, K. (February, 2nd 2008) Walking Tokyo with use of medieval Edo maps. Maps and landscape: Meguro City College open seminar vol. 19 (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Oct, 11th 2008) Some insights of the relationship between modern claccical music and jazz. Aspects of Jazz: Meguro City College open seminar vol. 11 (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Nov, 8th 2008) The Jewish aspects of jazz. Aspects of Jazz: Meguro City College open seminar vol. 12 (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Jan, 20th 2009) Information is created where the people moves. Tourism resorces on new era - gathering tourists by the power of information. TMU Satelite campus seminar vol. 5 (Tokyo, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 8th 2011) Thinking of maps, thinking through maps.Mizuhashi Senior High School (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Apr. 13th 2012) Visualizing people's thinking by use of geographic infomation systems. Evening salon for technical commerce, 1st, 2012 (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 14th 2012) Decipher our past, present and future through maps.Yatsuo Senior High School (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 26th 2013) Visualizing environmental conflict for a better consensus.Hokuriku Regional Consortium of industry-academic-government on Geographic Information (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 5th 2014) A tourism perspective on Toyama.Toyama Citizen's College (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 11th 2015) A tourism perspective on Toyama.Toyama Citizen's College (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Feb. 2nd 2016) Geographic Information Systems as a lethal weapon: a view from information ethics.Hokuriku Regional Consortium of industry-academic-government on Geographic Information (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 9th 2016) Think of Toyama as a tourism city.Toyama Citizen's College (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Sep. 13th 2016) Commentary on the Toyama crime-prevention contest.Headquarters of Toyama Prefectural Police (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Oct. 6th 2016) Problems and prospects of Toyama as a tourist destination.The Office of Toyama Prefectural Archives (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Oct. 8th 2016) Commentator of the extension lecture: Let it bloom! mount JAIST.The JAIST (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Festival (Ishikawa, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 25th 2016) Crime and community policing: a geographic suggestion.Annual Conference of the Liaison Council for Central Block Community Policing Associations. (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Dec. 22th 2016) For protecting elementally school children's lives from car accidents. Lecture forcomissoned by the Takaoka City Program for Improving Traffic Safety. (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Jun. 28th 2017) Reconsidering Toyama as a dark tourism destination. University of Toyama Collegium of Humanities No.1. (Toyama, Japan)
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Suzuki, K. (Nov. 9th 2017) How to prevent crimes against juveniles. The Workshop for the Crime-prevention Coachers in Toyama. (Toyama, Japan)
Reports
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Iwami Research Laboratory, Ritsumeikan Univ. 1996. A research report of the elderly people concerned with the relationship between the quality of life-evaluation and their social activities (co-author). (Okayama City), 367p.
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Suzuki, K. 2002. A cross-cultural comparison of catrographic communication with maps in tourist guidebooks. In Okamoto, K., Wakabayashi, Y. and Teramoto, K. Reports on human spatial behavior and communication by use of maps as a spatial information device. Final reports of the Research Grants provided by Ministry of Letters Research Grants: 65-72.
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Wakabayashi, Y. and Suzuki, K. 2004. Blindness studies of Reginald Golledge. In Yamamoto, T. Investigating te way to instruct blind children how to walk, and finding new devices. Final Reports of the Research Grants provided by the Ministry of Letters: 15-27.
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Suzuki, K. 2010i. Final report: The decision-making mechanism of a community facing 'development or conservation' dilemma. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
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Suzuki, K. 2010j. Final report: The impacts of location huntings toward the residences and the role of film-commisions. Bureau of of industrial and labor affairs; Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Translations
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Liben, L.S. (author) Suzuki, K. and Takeuchi, A. (trans.) Children's understanding of spatial representations of place: mapping the methodological landscape. pp. 41-84. (in trans. 41-84) Foreman, N. and Gillett, R., eds. (Takeuchi, A. Ban, N. trans.) 1997 (2001). Handbook of spatial research paradigms and methodologies volume 1: spatial cognition in the child and adult'. 1997, Psychology Press, 215p (Nihei-sha).
Book Reviews
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Suzuki, K. 2009b. Richard Florida: The rise of the creative class. New York: Basic Books. International Journal of Tourism Science 2: 103-106.
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Suzuki, K. 2010f. Hirano, Isamu: Geopark. International Journal of Tourism Science 3: 175-178.
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Suzuki, K. 2010g. Bempéchat, Paul-André (2009): Jean Cras, Polymath of Music and Letters. Surrey: England, Ashgate. 569p. International Journal of Tourism Science 3: 179-184.
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Suzuki, K. 2010h. Kito, S. and Fukunaga, M. (2009): Environmental ethics. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. Geographical Space 3: 70-73.
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Suzuki, K. 2015f. Mokudai,K et al. eds. (2015): Geoparks of Chubu, Kinki, Chugoku & Shikoku Regions in Japan. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 6: 11-14.
OIther Narrower Contributions
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Suzuki, K. 1996. Elderly people's self-estimation of their quality of life - a case study in Okamyama. The Journal of Ritsumeikan Geographical Society 8: 103.
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Suzuki, K. 1997. An investigation of Wani family. Research reports of Shiga-town excursion. 36-41.
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Suzuki, K. 2004. A cross-cultural comparison of spatial information in tourist guidebooks (Ph D. thesis abstract). Geographical Review of Japan 78(5): 109-110.
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Suzuki, K. 2006. Program note: Kalivoda, Kodaly, Klein, and Weiner - Revisiting their thoughts mingled with each other on the grounds of Eastern Europe. Program notes written for Ensemble Virtu 4th annual concert (13rd Oct, 2006, Aprico Hall, Tokyo).
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Suzuki, K. 2007. Program note: bodies on the rove, with wandering spirits. Program notes written for Ensemble Virtu 5th annual concert (30rd Nov, 2007, Aprico Hall, Tokyo).
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Suzuki, K. and Wakabayashi, Y. 2007. Spatial analysis of tourist attractions in Japanese and English guidebooks. Proceedings of International Symposium on Sustainable Urban Environment 2007: 114.
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Suzuki, K. 2011. Lecture notes: Does right to scenery transcend subsistence right? - Conditions and prospects around Tomonoura public project. The Japan Amenity Research Centre Newsletter 37: 1.
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Koike, Y. and Suzuki, K. 2013. Dialogue: Compact city. In Koike Research Laboratory and Toyama City (eds.)Toyama news letter 201302. Toyama Municipal Office.
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Click to downloadSuzuki, K. 2013h. Some challenges in inscribing local environment on the Important cultural landscape list - A case study of the dispersed settlement in Tonami plain -. Proceedings of the 21th Annual Colloquium of the International Geographical Union Commission on the Sustainability of Rural Systems entitled Globalization and New Challenges of Agricultural and Rural Systems: 14.
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Suzuki, K. 2013i. Explaining the residential attitude toward public project by postulating the existence of tourism space territoriality. Proceedings of the 56th Conference of the Historical Geograhy 56: 49-52.
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Suzuki, K. 2013j. Tourism development. Excursion Handouts of the Japan Association of Historical Geographers 56: 40-47.
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Suzuki, K. 2013k. Regional transformations of Toga village. Excursion Handouts of the Japan Association of Historical Geographers 56: 22-29.
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Suzuki, K. 2013l. Explaining the residential attitude toward public project by postulating the existence of tourism space territoriality (presentation summary). The Historical Geography 262.
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Suzuki, K. 2013m. The changing state of Shirakawa-go. Geography 58(11): 2-3.
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Suzuki, K. 2014f. Editor's postscript. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 4: 37-38.
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Suzuki, K. 2015g. Prefatory note: Toward a better understanding of renewable energy facility siting and its environmental impact. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 6: 15-18.
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Suzuki, K. 2015h. The loss of historical authenticity of Toyama - The impacts of urban reconstruction and US bombing in Showa era. Geography 60(2): 2.
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Suzuki, K. 2015i. Editor's postscript. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 5: 42-43.
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Suzuki, K. 2016. Editor's postscript. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 6: 75-78.
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Suzuki, K. 2016. Preface for a better understanding of environmental conflict over the renewable energy facility-siting. Journal for Interdisciplinary Research on Community Life 7: 39-41.
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Suzuki, K. 2017. Heading for Toyama's tommorow. Bulletin of the Toyama Citizen College 2016: 8.
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