|Affiliation||Sociology, Community Design and Management, Wellbeing|
|Profile||Kyosuke Sakakura is an Associate Professor of the Faculty of Urban Life Studies, Tokyo City University. He received his PhD in Media and Governance from Keio University, in 2019. His fields of interests are community design and management based on sociology and urban design. He has conducted practical research on community building methods for local communities and organizations from the perspective of "collaborative platforms" where connections and activities are created through the interaction of diverse actors.|
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|Award||・31st Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Award (Winner), Green Environmental Plan Award, The Urban Greening Organization and Dai-ichi Life Foundation, 2020.
・The 14th Kanagawa Children and Child-rearing Support Awards(Winner), Kanagawa Prefecture, 2021.
|Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research Support: Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS)||https://nrid.nii.ac.jp/ja/nrid/1000090458935/|
|Research Grants/Projects including subsidies, donations, grants, etc.||・Design and evaluation of a wellbeing literacy WS, Nippon Life Insurance Foundation, 2020-2021.
・Development and Dissemination of Information Technology Guidelines for Promoting Japanese-style Wellbeing, JST/RISTEX Human Information Technology Ecosystem(HITE), 2016-2019.
|Recruitment of research assistant(s)||Yes (2 people)|
|Affiliated academic society (Membership type)||(1)Japanese Association of Qualitative Psychology (menber)
(2)Japan Association for Community Policy (Board of Director)
(3)The Japan Association of Regional Development and Vitalization (Editorial board members of the journal)
(4)Japanese Research Association for Community Development (menber)
(5)Art Meets Care (Board of Directors)
(6)The Japanese Society for Aesthetics (menber)
(7)Architectural Institute of Japan (menber)
|Education Field (Undergraduate level)||Art history, design, Urban Planning|
|Education Field (Graduate level)||Sociology, Community Management|