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    Faculty Division of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Group of History,Sociology and Geography Professor
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  • doctor of letters, Osaka City University
  • master of education, Yokohama National University

Research Interests

  • feminist geography, social geography, urban geography, economic geography, gender 

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Geography

Research Experience

  • Apr. 2013, 奈良女子大学研究院人文科学系 教授
  • Apr. 2007 Mar. - 2012, 奈良女子大学文学部 准教授
  • Apr. 2002 Mar. - 2007, 奈良女子大学文学部 助教授
  • Apr. 1996 Mar. - 2002, 摂南大学国際言語文化学部 講師
  • Apr. 1994 Mar. - 1996, 秋田経済法科大学経済学部 講師


  • Apr. 1989, Mar. - 1994, Osaka City University, Graduate School, Division of Letters, 地理学
  • Apr. 1987, Mar. - 1989, Yokohama National University, Graduate School, Division of Education, 社会科教育(地理)
  • Apr. 1983, Mar. - 1987, Ritsumeikan University, Faculty of Literature, 地理学

Committee Memberships

  • 人文地理学会評議員
  • 奈良地理学会庶務・会計幹事
  • 経済地理学会関西支部幹事
  • 人文地理学会協議員
  • 2020日本地理学会代議員


  • ダイバーシティ研究環境実現イニシアティブ(牽引型)女性研究者賞, 吉田容子, 奈良女子大学 ダイバーシティ推進センター, Sep. 2020

Published Papers

  • Gender Geography in Japan: the Trajectory, Fruits of Research and Future Challenges

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Apr. 2019, Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 26, doi

  • Geography of Gender and Qualitative Methoda in Japan: Focusing on Studies that have Analyzed Life Histories

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Jan. 2017, Geographical Review of Japan, Ser.B, 89 (1), 4-13

  • History of the Formation of Entertainment Districts in Sasebo City during the Postwar Years::A Focus on the Relationships among Various Agents

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Social relationships, understood as interactions among agents, become tangible when reflected in spaces. Therefore, it is essential to consider social relationships, which manifest in those cities being examined as research subjects. This article investigates how we can understand such spaces, using the example of Sasebo City, Nagasaki. Focusing on the entertainment districts (particularly the red-light districts) during the postwar years, this article seeks to explain clearly the relationship between the authorities—the state and regional administrations—and various agents; how these institutions considered the latter as "other"; and, finally, how this was reflected in the formation and reorganization of entertainment districts. Using a local newspaper and administration records from the years immediately following the war as sources, this article investigates the emergence of Sasebo's entertainment districts.

    The second chapter considers the emergence of red-light districts and foreigner bars immediately after the war and investigates which prewar characteristics of the entertainment and commercial districts survived and continued into the postwar years. The third chapter discusses the distribution of whorehouses for the US army and the presence of their owners, who became an institution during the economic boom from the Korean War. The fourth chapter considers how these foreigner bars and the red-light district for the US army addressed the discipline and hygiene control enacted by the US army and the Sasebo authorities. It applies this knowledge to understand the conflict arising among the different stakeholders active in entertainment districts. The fifth chapter then traces the process of reorganizing the foreigner bars and two red-light districts (one for the US army and the other for the Japanese) by focusing on Sasebo's economic depression and the enactment of the Anti-Prostitution Law following the Korean Armistice Agreement. Because of these factors, some of the foreigner bars hit by the economic depression transformed their businesses into cinemas or marketplaces and began welcoming Japanese customers. When whorehouses for both the US army and Japanese reorganized as one group, a sexual space was reproduced. However, because of the impending enactment of the Anti-Prostitution Law, both whorehouses began to transition into Japanese inns and were made open to the general public to rent. However, the foreigner bar district was free from the influence of this law, and therefore the situation there did not change. The examples above represent some of the methods used in response to each situation by which Sasebo authorities, whorehouse owners, and prostitutes reorganized spaces of pleasure into dynamic spaces in postwar Sasebo, while dealing with the control and authority of the Allied Forces (primarily the US Army).

    , Japanese Urban Geography, 2015, Urban Geography, 10 (0), 61 - 77, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Toward the Development of the Geography of Gender: Advances in Research and Prospects


    Aug. 2013, Geographical Review of Japan, Ser.B, 86 (1), 33-39

  • Reaction of Local Community against a Facility for U.S. Forces and the Neighboring Amusement Street : The Case of Nara Rest and Recuperation Center

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    The purpose of this paper is to examine people's views on "panpans" (prostitutes), pimps, and the American soldiers who frequented the amusement street neighboring the Nara Rest and Recuperation Center, which was established on May 1, 1952, for American soldiers returning from the Korean War. The paper also presents the negative effects of the panpans, pimps, and soldiers on the local residents and Nara, an ancient city and a tourist destination, and clarifies how the local residents, Nara city, Nara Prefecture, and the Japanese government handled these effects. The amusement street appeared as soon as the Nara Rest and Recuperation Center was set up in the former town of Yokoryou-chou in Nara city. Two main local newspapers reported that some groups of pimps and their panpans tempted American soldiers in the amusement street, and then the local residents thought pimps and panpans were immoral. It can be said that the amusement street was a place where panpans sold themselves to American soldiers. The local residents became anxious about the amusement street, because in addition to causing educational problems for their children, it spoiled the image of Nara as an age-old and a tourist city. The local residents blamed the Nara Rest and Recuperation Center for the presence of the amusement street and demanded the relocation/abolition of the center. It is interesting to note that the Nara UNESCO cooperation meeting assumed a leading role in the demand for the relocation/abolition of the Nara Rest and Recuperation Center, citing the effect of the amusement street, with its panpans and pimps, on the children's education as the main reason. The cooperation meeting was originally a civic organization that strived to preserve and protect the culture and natural heritage of Nara, and so it emphasized the necessity of protecting the old culture of Nara. It demanded that the center not be relocated but abolished. It can be said that some of the activities in the demand for the relocation/abolition of the Nara Rest and Recuperation Center were done in the different context, protecting the old culture, from the practices at Yokohama and Kokura. From a viewpoint of gender, it should be pointed out that the problem which panpans could not but sell themselves to American soldiers was not discussed in the activities that demanded for the relocation/abolition of the Nara Rest and Recuperation Center. The local residents of the amusement street as well as its managers, panpans, and pimps were deceived when the Japanese government and U.S. Forces authorities suddenly changed their manner of dealing with the center. Soon after the official announcement that the Rest and Recuperation Center was moved from Yokoryou-chou in Nara to the city of Kobe, it was decided that the U.S. Armed Forces Marine Corps be stationed in Nara city for a while. The marines in Nara actually went to private houses and hospitals at midnight and asked for women. This suggests that so long as an army exists, the problems of gender over violence and sex, which military affairs contained, cannot be solved., THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 2010, GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 65 (4), 245 - 265, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • 郊外空間のジェンダー化

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Jul. 2006, 地理科学, 61 (3), 72-81

  • Gender Studies in Human Geography: Observation on Gender Relations Hidden in Space

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Gender studies have accepted in the various disciplines, which aim at making clear the structure of system that keeps female under male dominance and power relations that occur there. In the 1970s, many female geographers in the English-speaking countries criticized that traditional geography inclined toward masculinism and they endeavored to show asymmetrical power relations between men and women which are projected on space. The first purpose of this paper is to overview the progress of gender studies in the English-speaking countries. The second purpose is to review gender studies in Japanese geography. Thirdly, I would like to show two examples in order to examine gender relations hidden between men and women at private level, which are transformed to bigger power relations and then are reflected and projected on space. One example is the residential section that should also be called a "surveillance space" built in suburbs of the metropolitan area, and another is the pleasures area built for the U.S. soldiers in Okinawa when construction of military bases has begun in the 1950s., The Association of Japanese Geographers, 2006, E-journal GEO, 1 (1), 22 - 29, doi;cinii_articles

  • Geographical Approach on Issue of Women's Employment (Geographical Approach to Life-world : Some Challenges toward the Good Life)


    THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 1998, GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 53 (3), 217 - 226, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • The Development of Feminist Geography in Europe and North America

    YOSHIDA Yohko

    This paper reviews the theoretical development of feminist geography in Europe and North Ameri ca, and discusses some issues with which feminist geography is concerned at present. As feminists have blamed male hegemony, which has dominated scholarship, for excluding of women from the production of knowledge, so feminist geographers have led the debate on the exclusion of women from the production of geographical knowledge. Monk and Hanson, in their 1982 paper, titled ‘On not excluding half of the human in human geography’, began the discussion of the exclusive production of geographical knowledge by men.
    The second section explains the historical and social context of feminist geography and how it has developed, dividing the process generally into two stages: (1) From the mid-1970's to the late 1980's: In the mid-1970's, feminist geography, which emerged as a criticism of excluding women as objects of study, began to focus on such women, who are situated unequally in both public and private spheres, and then attempted to describe and map the situation of women in detail. Throughout the 1980's, influenced by Marxism and social feminism, feminist scholarship aimed to do away with sex discrimination and female exploitation by working against both capitalism and the patriarchy which promote sexual inequality. (2) From the end of the 1980's to the present : Feminist geographers placed women into the production of geographical knowledge, restoring the positive value of “femininity”. They began with examinations of difference and diversity among women and with discussions on the construction of gender and identity. Then feminist geograhers started to take an interest not only in sexual difference but also in race, religion, and class as causes of social inequality. Besides discussing how gender was constructed through spatial images, representation, meanings and environment, which are freed from real boundaries, women geographers began to investigate the influence of postcolonialism and the anti-Western tradition which it founded. To claim knowledge is the most important issue for feminist geography in recent years. When time and space change, social relations are reconstructed. So the construction of a partial or situated knowledge is often necessary.
    The third section, referring to Harvey (1989), who examines the relation between postmodernism and feminism, and including the critical view of Deutshe (1991) and Massey (1991), points out that post modernism fails to notice an important aspect of discourse -the differences and diversity of feminism and that it cannot emerge from the shell of authority which places men at the center.
    The fourth section, in the context of postfordism, discusses the reconstruction of male and female labor forces into what McDowell (1991) called a “new gender order” in the labor market.
    The concluding section lists three issues with which feminist geography is concerned holds today: the interdependence of feminism and geography, feminist geography and masculinity, and skepticism about theorizing in feminist geography., The Association of Japanese Geographers, Apr. 1996, Geographical Review of Japa,. Ser. A, Chirigaku Hyoron, 69 (4), 242 - 262, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url;url

  • Changes in labor force supply and the gender division of labor : a report from the textile industry (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Dec. 1994, The Human Geography, 46 (4), 1-22

  • Recent Reorganization of Economic Base in Mountain Village--A Report from Kanayama in Central Japan

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    This paper seeks to clarify recent changes of economic base in mountain village, where water power sources were developed during the high economic growth period of the two decades since the mid-1950s and in a short term, a remarkable increase and decrease in population due to the dam construction was found. Special attention is devoted to elucidate how the village, which was affected greatly by the dam construction in economic and financial terms, has reorganized the base, by examining micro characteristics of employment and wage by each household and worker. The study area is Kanayama-cho. Gifu Prefecture in Central Japan. Its key features are discussed in the second section. In the third section, the changing base of Kanayama's economy in terms of its industry and finance is examined as a whole, by comparing the two periods before and after 1976, when the three dams in the municipality were completed. During the first period, when they were under construction, establishments and employed person had an increase in number. Moreover, the municipality positively invited factories to the sites which were repaired in relation to the dam construction. Immediately after the completion of the construction work, the financial ability index remarkably rose owing to the upturn of the fixed property tax to the local tax. Nevertheless, there was a slump in construction industry and no remarkable growth of employment opportunity was found. As the property associated with the dams was redeemed, an increase of the revenue was not expected. As a result, the financial ability index gradually decreased, although the designation of kaso-chiiki (or serious depopulation area) was canceled in 1980. These imply the municipality's unstable economic base, which could change in relatively short term. The fourth section elucidates micro-level features of the economic bases, specifically employment and wage structure by each household and worker, based on the questionnaire survey in 1990 for the sample factories and households. Although the rate of intra-municipality employment is quite high (more than ninety percent), a minute inquiry shows that male workers between the twentieth and fortieth tend to work outside the municipality than those of the fiftieth and more. Besides, because of continuous outflow of young labor force, there are rather rich employment opportunites for female workers and middle-aged and old male workers at local manufacturing plants. It is also indicated that the wages of "female jobs" for married women of the late twentieth and thirtieth are as high as, or higher than, the ones of men of the same age. These married female workers tend to live together with their mathers-in-law, who can take partial charge of housework and child-rearing. Since the completion of the dam construction. Kanayama succeeded in forming its own local labor market, particularly in the division of manufacturing and assembly. However, whereas the middle-aged and old male workers have played the central part, female workers can be regarded as supplementary and marginal. Additionally, it should be noted that the labor market has lacked young workers., THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 1993, GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 48 (4), 233 - 254, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Geographical Studies on Women's Employment in English-speaking Countries and Their Implications for Japanese Geography

    YOSHIDA Yohko

    This paper seeks to review the existing geographical literature in the English-speaking countries concerned with women's employment, which has been quite a popular topic since the second half of the 1970s, and to obtain implications for Japanese geography, which has paid little attention to the subject thus far. The viewpoint here is limited to employed women workers living within metropolitan areas or their suburbs.
    In the second section, the background of interests in a proliferation of the topic as an important component of gender research is sought. In this regard, the author refers to the recent tendencies, especially in metropolitan areas of these countries, of expanding female-headed households (caused by a rise of marriage and childbearing age, a decreasing birth rate and an increasing labor participation rate), an increase of poor women and the impacts of economic restructuring of labor market.
    The third section, with the two sub-sections titled behavioral approach and structural approach, based on Rutherford and Wekerle's terminology, is devoted to a detailed introduction of and a brief commentary on the previous studies obtained in the English-speaking world. The former approach treats the four specific themes of commuting/ residential choice, time use, feminization of poverty' and labor market segmentation by gender, while the latter deals with the three themes of the impact of economic restructuring, feminization of poverty, and the relationship between local labor market and regional policy. It is demonstrated that the two approaches should be complementary, implying that integrating them will potentially contribute to a fuller understanding of the complicated female employment situation in segmented labor markets in the real world.
    Then, in the fourth section, after a brief explanation of temporal change of Japan's labor market since the 1960s, when the women's employment rate began to rise rapidly in the context of fast economic growth, the previous literature on women's employment in the fields of economics and sociology, which expressed an earlier concern for this subject than geography in Japan, is referred to. A few papers in our discipline are also reviewed.
    In the concluding section, possible future tasks in Japanese geography are discussed. Spatial aspects of women's employment and the female labor market should be elucidated by geographers, since the past studies by economists and sociologists are insufficient in a spatial sense. Moreover, although employed women workers have often been regarded as ‘homo economicus’ in economics and economic geography, such a one-sided perspective, which can lead to a view that they are the subjects of exploitation by capital, is highly dangerous in light of an increasing tendency towards individualism and a diversification of value system in current society. The first segmentation of the labor market, or division of all workers into managerials (the primary labor market) and semi-skilled or unskilled blue collar (and partially white collar) workers (the secondary labor market) has intensively been under way in the context of a changing capital accumulation toward a flexible manufacturing system. Note that most employed women workers are included in the secondary labor market. Additionally, another or ‘secondary segmentation’ (Horn-Kawashima, 1985) has also been taking place within the secondary labor market, implying a division of all employed women workers into elite and mass. Specific spatial aspects of this ‘secondary segmentation’ have remained unclarified, although those of the first one have been discussed rather minutely., The Human Geographical Society of Japan, 1993, Japanese Journal of Human Geography, 45 (1), 44 - 67, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • The change of economic base in a mountain village : a case study of Inabu-cho in central Japan (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 1990, Annals of The Japan Association of Economic Geographers, 36 (1), 40-60


  • Circumstances on Developing Countries' Women under the Globalization

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Japan Science Support Foundation, 2018, TRENDS IN THE SCIENCES, 23 (7), 7_30 - 7_34, doi;cinii_articles

  • A Report on the Regional Revitalization after the Financial Bankruptcy in Yubari City, Hokkaido: Focusing on a Local Economy and an Aging Society

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    奈良女子大学文学部地理学・地域環境学研究報告編集委員会, 30 May 2015, 奈良女子大学地理学・地域環境学研究報告, (8), 93 - 110, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • 学界展望「社会地理」

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Jun. 2011, 人文地理, 63 (3), 33-36

  • 敗戦後の日本における都市空間の「軍事化」-朝鮮戦争時の佐世保市の風紀・衛生取締りに着目して-

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2011, 『都市空間における女性の商品化』平成19-22年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))研究成果報告書(研究代表者:奈良女子大学 吉田容子)

  • An Examination of Amusement Center Neighboring the U.S. Military Base in Okinawa Prefecture: A Case Study in Kin-cho

    Yoshida Yoko

    Nara Women's University, 30 Mar. 2010, Studies in geography and regional environment research, Nara Women's University, Ⅶ (7), 113 - 129, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • 郊外空間のジェンダー化-タウンセキュリティシステムを備えた住宅地を事例として-

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2007, 『社会経済構造の転換と21世紀の都市圏ビジョン』平成16-18年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(A)(1))研究成果報告書(研究代表者:鳥取大学 藤井正), 36-49

  • 1950年代初期における「奈良RRセンター」をめぐる空間のポリティックス-地方紙「大和タイムス」を資料として-

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2007, 『奈良盆地における景観の再評価に関する基礎的研究』平成16-18年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B)(2))研究成果報告書(研究代表者:奈良女子大学 松本博之), 98-114

  • 沖縄米軍基地周辺の特飲街における諸権力の様相-とくにジェンダーの視点から-

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2006, 『空間・場所をめぐる諸権力の解明』平成15-17年度科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B)(1))研究成果報告書(研究代表者:奈良女子大学 吉田容子), 1-33

  • 沖縄における「基地の街」と女性

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2005, 『中国文明のフロンティアゾーンにおける都市的集落の発生と変容』平成13-16年度科学研究費補助金基盤研究(A)(2)研究成果報告書(研究代表者:奈良女子大学 戸祭由美夫), 271-281

  • Living in the Suburbs : the Problems of‘security’and‘control’

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Jul. 2004, Tokyo Keizai University Academic Research Center, (4), 184-190

  • 大都市郊外住宅地の課題-住民の高齢化に着目して-

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2004, Grant-in-Aid for Science Reserach B(1), 2002-2003, Japan Society for the Promotion Science, 199-216

  • ジェンダー研究と地理学

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 2003, Grant-in-Aid for Science Research B(1), 2000-2002, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 1-17

  • Gender and the viewpoin of feminist in geography (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    古今書院, Feb. 2002, Chiri(Kokonshoin), 47 (2), 4 - 9, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Arguing about masculinist spaces from a critical stance : taking the case of new town in Japan (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    2002, Annual Report of Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences(The Faculty of Letters, Nara Women's University), 46, 73-89

  • Social geographies of women's fear of crime

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    犯罪への恐怖を地図化するような伝統的アプローチは、ジェンダーの不平等を反映したものとして、性的・身体的暴力による影響を記述したり、説明することに限られている。近年の研究から経験的な実証を援用して、女性の恐怖についての社会地理が発展した。そこでは、都市の空間利用に対して制約が課せられていること、危険の認知に関する公的空間と私的空間の違い、「安全な」場所と「危険な」場所へと空間が社会的に構築されること、女性空間に対する社会統制、という地理的分析の4つの重要な領域が注目されている。この枠組みの中で、社会階層、年齢、身体的障害、母であること、といった女性の属性が彼女たちの暴力的犯罪の体験やそれへの恐怖の反応を規定する様式が示される。, 1999, Space, Society and Geographical Thought, 4 (4), 109 - 126, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Geographical approach on issue of employed women (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    古今書院, Dec. 1998, Chiri(Kokonshoin), 43 (12), 40 - 46, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Re-examination of residential space in large-scale of new town : from the viewpoint of private sphere (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Nov. 1998, Fukutake Science and Culture Foundation, 139-145

  • Space, place and gender relations : Part I . Feminist empiricism and the geography of social relations

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    I はじめに : スタイルを損なうことについて : かつてVirginia Woolfは、「重大な議論を展望することは、外套のポケットに大きな包みを詰め込むようなものだ。つまり、スタイルを損なうことなのだ」と書いた。本論文において、またこの雑誌の次号において、フェミニスト地理学者によるここ10年間の論文を筆者が展望する中で、われわれの目的はたんに地理学という外套のスタイルを損なうことではなく、洋服それ自体を新たにデザインし直すことにあると示唆したい。……, 1998, Space, Society and Geographical Thought, 3 (3), 28 - 46, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • A study on female labor force : from the viewpoint of economic geography (in Japanese)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Mar. 1996, The Bulletin of The Institute of Economic Research(Akita University of Economic and Law), 24, 39-44

  • ジェンダーの視点から何が見えるようになったか―日本の地理学研究における成果と可能性―

    吉田 容子; 影山 穂波; 倉光 ミナ子

    公益社団法人 日本地理学会, 2020, E-journal GEO, 15 (1), 123 - 127, doi;cinii_articles

  • What can we clarify by taking a gender perspective?









    , The Association of Japanese Geographers, 2019, Proceedings of the General Meeting of the Association of Japanese Geographers, 2019 (0), 113 - 113, doi;cinii_articles

  • The Power to Control Female Bodies in Urban Spaces

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    The Human Geographical Society of Japan, 2019, ABSTRACTS of the Annual Meeting, The Human Geographical Society of Japan, 2019 (0), 18 - 21, doi;cinii_articles

  • 関村オリエ著『都市郊外のジェンダー地理学―空間の変容と住民の地域「参加」―』

    吉田 容子

    一般社団法人 人文地理学会, 2018, 人文地理, 70 (4), 502 - 503, doi;cinii_articles

  • Geography curriculum framework and the competences expected of college graduates

    TODOKORO Takashi; USUI Teruko; OKAMOTO Kohei; ODA Hironobu; YOSHIDA Yoko; YAMASHITA Hiroki; ISHIMARU Tetsuji

    Geography curriculum framework and the competences expected of college graduates, The Association of Japanese Geographers, 2012, Proceedings of the General Meeting of the Association of Japanese Geographers, 2012 (0), 100068 - 100068, doi;cinii_articles

  • 社会地理 ([人文地理]学界展望(2010年1月〜12月))

    吉田 容子

    人文地理学会, 2011, 人文地理, 63 (3), 241 - 244, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Meeting reports: 25th meeting of Metropolitan Area Studies

    吉田 容子

    人文地理学会, 2008, 人文地理, 60 (1), 87 - 90, cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • Gendered Spaces in the Suburbs(Symposlum: The Diversification of Women's Work and Life in Japan: An Approach from Geography)

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 2006, GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 61 (3), 200 - 209, doi;cinii_articles;cinii_books;url

  • 武石報告へのコメント(コメントおよびそれに対する回答)([大会シンポジウム]「日本経済のリストラクチャリングと雇用の地理」)

    吉田 容子

    経済地理学会, 2002, 経済地理学年報, 48 (4), 356 - 358, doi;cinii_articles

  • Proceedings of Presentations at the General Meeting, 1994

    吉田 容子

    Akita University, Mar. 1995, 秋田地理, 15, 18 - 18, cinii_articles;cinii_books

  • 敗戦後の日本の都市空間はどう描かれたか-当時の新聞記事見出しを資料として-


    Mar. 2021, アジア・ジェンダー文化学研究, (5)

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Books etc

  • キーワードで読む経済地理学

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    原書房, Jun. 2018, 563-574頁

  • コミュニティ事典

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 筆頭著者)

    春風社, Jun. 2017, 900-901頁

  • 人文地理学事典

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    丸善出版, Sep. 2013, 60-61頁

  • ホスピタリティ入門

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    新曜社, Apr. 2013, 42-49頁

  • 大学的奈良ガイド-こだわりの歩き方

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    昭和堂, Apr. 2009, 253-267頁

  • 地理学概論

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    朝倉書店, Apr. 2007, 111-113頁

  • 地域労働市場と女性就業

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    古今書院, Feb. 2007

  • 都市空間の地理学

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    ミネルヴァ書房, Sep. 2006, 150-163頁

  • Social Geography in Spaces

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    Asakurashoten, Jun. 2004, 59-79頁

  • 岩波 女性学事典

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    岩波書店, Jun. 2002, 541頁

  • Geography of Gender : Anthology of Feminist Geography

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    Kokonshoin, Apr. 2002, 21-54頁

  • Feminism and Geography : The Limits of Geographical Knowledge

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 編集)

    Chijinshobo, Mar. 2001

  • Attractive Geographical Education

    YOSHIDA Yoko (, Range: 分担)

    Ninomiyashoten, Jun. 1999, 168-172頁


  • 都市空間における身体と権力


    人文地理学会, Nov. 2019

  • Occupation forces and prostitution in Japan after World War Ⅱ

    YOSHIDA Yoko; Yoko Yoshdia

    The 2018 IGU Regional Conference, Aug. 2018

  • グローバリゼーションの進展と女性を取り巻く環境の変化

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    日本学術会議公開シンポジウム, Apr. 2018

  • Formation of entertainment districts around the U. S. military bases after the war in Okinawa: the politics of gendered space


    The 33rd International Geographical Congress(IGC), Aug. 2016

  • What kind of community could be a “last home” for the elderly?

    YOSHIDA Yoko; Yoshida Yoko

    Pre-Conference of the IGU-Commission on Gender and Geography, Aug. 2014, IGU-Commission on Gender and Geography, Warsaw, Poland

  • Toward the development of the geography of gender in Japan: advances in reserach and prospects


    Pre-Conference of the IGU-Commission on Gender and Geography, Aug. 2013, IGU-Commission on Gender and Geography, Nara, Japan

  • Lived world of elderly people in Japan:analyzing their life histoy

    YOSHIDA Yoko; Yoko Yoshida

    The 32nd International Geographical Congerss(IGC), Aug. 2012, Cologne, Germany

  • 戦後佐世保市における風紀・衛生の取締りと都市形成

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    人文地理学会第274回例会, Dec. 2011

  • Spatial politics about Rest and Recuperation Center for occupation army:a case study of ancient capital Nara, Japan

    YOSHIDA Yoko; Yoko Yoshida

    International Sociological Association(ISA) Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development(RC21) Tokyo Conference 2008, Dec. 2008

  • Control of urban space in the period of reconstruction after the War

    YOSHIDA Yoko; Yoko Yoshdia

    The 31st International Geographical Congress(IGC), Aug. 2008, Tunis, Tunisia

  • 戦後復興期における「特飲街」の形成と都市空間の秩序-沖縄県旧コザ市を事例として-

    YOSHIDA Yoko

    人文地理学会都市圏研究部会, Nov. 2007

  • ‘Security town’in Japan : from the viewpoint of gender

    YOSHIDA Yoko; Yoko Yoshida

    30th International Geographical Congress (IGC), Aug. 2004, Glasgow, England

  • How Japanese urban spaces were depicted after losing WWII : Examining newspaper headlines from the era

    Yoko YOSHIDA

    奈良女子大学 アジア・ジェンダー文化学研究センター 国際シンポジウム, 12 Nov. 2020, rm:research_project_id

Association Memberships

  • 地理科学学会

  • 日本女性学会

  • 人文地理学会

  • 立命館地理学会

  • 奈良地理学会

  • 経済地理学会

  • 日本地理学会

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