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Dr Yuki Watanabe

Yuki WatanabeBA(Nanzan), MA, MS, PhD (Kansas)

Lecturer in Gender Studies and Sociology

Contact details


Room 6C10, Richardson Building
Tel +64 3 479 5413
Email: yuki.watanabe@otago.ac.nz

Yuki's research interests include gender roles in mass media, contemporary Japan, ​and computer-mediated communication. She has taught numerous papers in Sociology, Media Studies, Japanese Culture, and Japanese Language.​ Yuki moved to Dunedin from Texas in 2013.

Teaching

Course co-ordinator for:

SOCI 205: Social Inequality
GEND 207 / 307: Masculinities
HUMS 502: Research Methods in the Humanities

I teach sections of:

GEND 102: Bodies, Sexualities and Selves
GEND 206 / 306: Gender, Work and Consumer Culture

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Publications

Watanabe, Y. (2015, May). Empowered or exploited? The case of AKB48 and girl idol groups in Japan. Department of Sociology, Gender & Social Work, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. [Department Seminar].

Other Research Output

Watanabe, Y. (2015, May). Empowered or exploited? The case of AKB48 and girl idol groups in Japan. Department of Sociology, Gender & Social Work, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. [Department Seminar].

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