- Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
- Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Sociology, Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University
- Visiting scholar at the Deaprtment of Politics and Public Administration, Faculty of Politics, Law and Economics, University of Konstanz, Germany
- E-mail: keiichi.satoh.a1 at tohoku.ac.jp (please change "at" to @)
Aug. 21. 1984 Born in Tokyo, Japan.
since 2016.4 Visiting scholar at University of Konstanz, Germany
2016.2 Ph.D in Sociology at the Graduate School of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
since 2015.4 Postdoctoral Researcher at Tohoku University
Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2015.4-)
2011.4-2015.3 Doctoral Studies in sociology and political science at Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Visiting scholar at the Minnesota University, USA (2013.9-2014.2)
Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2011.4-2014.3)
2009.4-2011.3 Master Studies in sociology and political science at Hitotsubashi University, Japan
2004.4-2009.3 Studies in sociology at the Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Exchange student at Universify of Mannheim, Germany (2006.8-2007.7)
Keiichi Satoh's research interest is focused on organizational politics, social movement, civil society, environmental politics and social network analysis.
The current projects are:
- Comparing Climate Change Policy Network (COMPON Project): International comparative study on climate change policy networks, and
- Social movements and Citizens' grassroots activities after the Fukushima Nuclear accidents (as a part of project by Study Group on Infrastructure and Society)
2011.6 Exemption for repayment of student loan for the excellent achievement in the Study by Japan Student Services Organization
- 2017, "Private Governance in Japanese Climate Change Policy: How Has the Voluntary Approach by the Japan Business Federation Worked?", The Journal of Environmental Sociology 23 (accepted). (in Japanese)
- 2017, "A Social Model in Environmental Policy History Research: How to Incorporate Time as Variable", in Eiichiro Nisizawa and Susumu Kitagawa eds. Environmental Policy History: Why Do We Study It From the Historical Perspective. Kyoto: Minerva Shobo, pp.19-40. (in Japanese)
- 2016, "Conflicting Climate Change Frames in a Global Field of Media Discourse", Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 2: 1-17. (with Jeffrey Broadbent et al.).
- 2016, "Parallel process of global convergence and national differentiation of climate change policy ideas: Focusing on policy networks between national and global organizations" , AGLOS Special Edition 2015: 1-23. (In Japanese)
- 2016，"Who makes the Policy?: The Mechanism producing the Japanese Climate Change Policy" in Koichi Hasegwa and Tomomi Shinada eds. Sociology on Climate Change Policy: Can Japan change?, Kyoto: Showado, pp. 27-53.(in Japanese)
- 2016，"Japan in the international Context: Climate Change Policy Process" in Koichi Hasegwa and Tomomi Shinada eds. Sociology on Climate Change Policy: Can Japan change?, Kyoto: Showado, pp. 1-25. (with Jeffrey Broadbent) (in Japanese)
- 2016，Citizens Taking Action for a Nuclear Free Society: A Sociology of Social Movements after 3.11, Tokyo: Shin-yo-sha. (co-edited with Takashi Machimura) (in Japanese)
- 2015, “Reshaping the Nuclear Energy Policy Domain: The Japanese Anti-nuclear Movement after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident,” in Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(A) Reconstruction from the disaster project eds., Sociology in the Post-Disaster Society: Reconstruction from the Great East Japan Earthquake: The Road to Overcome the Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Disaster, pp.178-199. (with Atsushi Okada, Sunmee Kim, Jiyoung Kim, Reeya Komoda, Tomoyuki Tatsumi, Uichi Tan, and Takashi Machimura)
The Full list of the publications and presentations is available in this link (in Japanese).