ITO Takashi
Faculty of Social Studies Department of Media, Journalism and Communications
Professor
Last Updated :2021/10/23

Researcher Profile and Settings

  • Sex

    Male
  • Office

    渓水館405号室
  • EMail Addr Public

    taitomail.doshisha.ac.jp

Research Interests

  • Journalism

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences/Sociology
  • Humanities & social sciences/Politics
  • Humanities & social sciences/Social law

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Professor, Faculty of Social Studies, Doshisha University, 2016/04 - Today
  • Faculty of Letters, Department of Sociology, Soka University, 2006/04
  • Professor, Soka University Faculty of Letters, Department of Humanities, Soka University Faculty of Letters Department of Humanities
  • Professor, Faculty of Letters, Soka Univ., 2010/04
  • Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Soka Univ., 2006/04

Education

  • Keio University, Graduate School of Law, 1997
  • Keio University, Graduate School, Division of Law, 1997
  • Gakushuin University, Faculty of Law, 1989
  • Gakushuin University, Faculty of Law, 1989

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D in Law, Keio University

Published Papers

  • International Broadcasting and Editorial Independence. Case NHK Japan.016
    ITO, Takashi
    Crossing Borders and Boundaries in Public Service Media, 107 - 120, Jun. 2016, English, Research paper (scientific journal)
  • Theoretical Examination of Journalism and Their Interactions with News Sources Using such Sociological Concepts as Interaction, Structuration and Field
    ITO Takashi
    JOURNAL OF MASS COMMUNICATION STUDIES, Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, 83(0)97 - 114, 2013, Japanese
  • Republican View on Freedom of Expression and Media's Self-regulation of Hate Speech in Japan
    ITO Takashi
    JOURNAL OF MASS COMMUNICATION STUDIES, Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, 50(0)140 - 154,230, 1997, Japanese
  • Freedom of Expression as Ideology and Political Correctness; : Approach from Discourse Analysis
    ITO Takashi
    JOURNAL OF MASS COMMUNICATION STUDIES, Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, 48(0)115 - 129,283, 1996, Japanese
  • Analysis of Discourses of Freedom of Press Surrounding"Little Black Sambo"
    ITO Takashi
    JOURNAL OF MASS COMMUNICATION STUDIES, Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, 45(0)142 - 155,211-21, 1994, Japanese
  • Reconsidering Althusser's structuralism
    Ito Takashi
    JOURNAL OF MASS COMMUNICATION STUDIES, Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, 44(0)1 - 14,190, 1994, Japanese

Misc

  • Examination of Media Theory based on the Social System Theory by Norbert Bolz: Searching for the Possibility of Applying His Theory to the Sociological Analysis of Media Culture
    ITO, Takashi
    Social science review, (136)139 - 157, Mar. 2021, Rapid communication, short report, research note, etc. (bulletin of university, research institution)
  • Consideration of an Analytical Framework for Media Culture through the Examination of Social System Theory and Jean Baudrillard's Theory of Consumer Society
    ITO, Takashi
    Social science review, (135)55 - 71, Dec. 2020, Rapid communication, short report, research note, etc. (bulletin of university, research institution)
  • Consideration of an Analytical Framework for Media Culture Based on the Social System Theory through the Examination of Theodor Adorno's Arguments about "Culture Industry"
    ITO, Takashi
    Social science review, (134)1 - 20, Sep. 2020, Rapid communication, short report, research note, etc. (bulletin of university, research institution)
  • Lecture Note: Media and Content Industry in Japan
    ITO, Takashi
    Doshisha University Social Science Review, (132)31 - 52, Mar. 2020, English, Lecture material (seminar, tutorial, course, lecture, etc.)
  • Re-examining the Functions of Mass Communication in the Internet and SNS Age from the Perspectives of Media Sociology and the Social System Theories
    (131)1 - 21, Dec. 2019, Japanese
  • What Does It Mean to Say that Journalism Reports What Is Happening "Now" ? : A Study of the Function of Journalism from the Viewpoint of Social Systems Theory
    Ito Takashi, Itoh Takashi
    Alternative:The Association of Social Studies, Doshisha University, (128)21 - 38, Mar. 2019, Japanese
  • Journalism and the Politics of Recognition
    (12)151 - 161, Feb. 2019, Japanese
  • Sociological Examination of Journalism from the Perspectives of the Niklas Luhmann's Social System Theory
    91(6)29 - 52, Jun. 2018, Japanese
  • Considering Political Leaning of the Broadcasting Ethics & Program Improvement Organization's Committee for the Investigation of Broadcasting Ethics and Its Political Implications
    Takashi ITO
    40(1)23 - 47, 20 Mar. 2016, Japanese
  • Prevalence of the Media-Consortium Approach to Film Production in Japan and Dominant Powers in the Japanese Content Industry
    Takashi ITO
    38(1)3 - 27, 20 Mar. 2014, Japanese
  • Comparing the "Legitimacy Model" for Analyzing Media Influences on the Agenda Building Processes with the Linkage Models and Repositioning the "Legitimacy Model" in Social Theories
    Takashi ITO
    Sociologica, 37(1)13 - 34, Mar. 2013, Japanese
  • Assertive Viewers of TV Variety Programs in the New Information Age
    Ito, Takashi
    Sociologica, 56(1-2)81 - 103, 2013
  • Public Journalism and Journalism in Japan
    Ito, Takashi
    Keio Communication Review, No.2743 - 63, 2013
  • Journalism in Power Relations and Pierre Bourdieu’s Concept of the “Field”: A Case Study of the Coverage of the 1999 Group Bullying Murder Case in Tochigi Prefecture
    Ito, Takashi
    Keio Communication Review, (28)71 - 86, 2013

Books etc

  • Crossing Borders and Boundaries in Public Service Media
    Gregory Ferrell Lowe & Nobuto Yamamoto (eds.)
    Nordicom, Univ. of Gothenburg, 2016, Contributor, International Broadcasting and Editorial Independence. Case NHK Japan (pp.107-120)
  • Political Sociology of Journalism: how media influence the society
    Sekai Shiso-sha, 2013
  • Sociology of Freedom of Expression: Analyzing the Political Correctness Arguments in a Managed Society
    Yachiyo-shuppan, 2013

Research Grants & Projects

  • Journalism, Freedom of Expression