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Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies (Doctoral Program) Faculty | APU Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Graduate School Admissions

PhD Asia Pacific Studies Faculty

  • ※1   M: Master's Thesis Advising, D: Doctoral Dissertation Advising
  • ※2   Please note: Seminar courses may not be offered every year.

Current as of May 25, 2021

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BUI Thanh Huong
BUI Thanh Huong
Professor
Graduate Advising *1 M, D
Degree MA, Griffith University
MBA, Waseda University
PhD, Griffith University
Research Field Human Geography, Tourism Psychology, Tourism Development and Cultural Heritage Conservation, Tourism Management

Professor Bui completed her master’s in Tourism Management and International Management before completing her Ph.D. at Griffith University in Australia. Her current academic societies include the European Association for Southeast Asian Studies and the Australia and New Zealand Association of Leisure Studies (ANZALS). Professor Bui’s research fields are Heritage Tourism, Human Geography, Social Psychology and Southeast Asian studies.
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MEIRMANOV Serik
MEIRMANOV Serik
Professor
Graduate Advising *1 M, D
Degree Ph.D. (Medical Sciences), Nagasaki University Medical School
Research Field General Life Science, Social Psychology, Human Genetics, Human Pathology, Public Hygiene Studies/Health Science

Professor Meirmanov received his Ph.D in Medical Sciences from the Nagasaki University Medical School. His research fields are General Life Science, Social Psychology, Human Genetics, Human Pathology and Public Hygiene Studies/Health Science. Before coming to APU, Professor Meirmanov was an assistant professor at Nagasaki Medical School. He is licensed for General Surgery as well as a Medical Doctor. He has written a plethora of research papers as well as a few books.
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TODOROKI Hiroshi
TODOROKI Hiroshi
Professor
Graduate Advising *1 M, D
Degree Ph.D. (Geography), Seoul National University
Research Field Geography, Area Studies, Human Geography

Professor Todoroki graduated with his Ph.D. in Geography from Seoul National University. He currently teaches under Tourism and Hospitality, while his current research field is Geography, Area Studies, and Human Geography.
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VAFADARI M. Kazem
VAFADARI M. Kazem
Professor
Graduate Advising *1 M, D
Degree Ph.D. (Asia Pacific Studies), Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
MA, Theoretical Economics
Research Field Cultural Heritage Management, Ecotourism, Agriculture Heritage Tourism, Community Based Tourism and Rural Tourism

Tourism destinations vary greatly from urban to rural settings and from artificial structures to remote locations in nature. This diversity results in demand for knowledge in various subfields of tourism and related skills. Such subfields include natural environment studies, human resource management, economics, and socio-cultural issues, knowledge of which assists our graduates in contributing to sustainable tourist destinations based on available resources. Today, tourism and hospitality are among the top grossing global industries, and attract individuals from both academia and the business world in order to manage the tourism industry and its socio-cultural, economic, and environmental impacts.”
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YOTSUMOTO Yukio
YOTSUMOTO Yukio
Professor
Graduate Advising *1 M, D
Degree Ph.D. (Sociology), University of Kentucky
Research Field Sociology, Tourism
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