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Graduate School of International Resource Sciences


Associate Professor

Postal address

1-1, Tegatagakuen-machi, Akita-shi, Akita, Japan

Research Fields, keywords

New Guinea, Oceania, human, environment, natural resource development, medicine, health, society

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Academic Background (Undergraduate Level) 【 display / non-display

  • Tokyo Gakugei University     1996.03  Graduated

Academic Background (Graduate Level) 【 display / non-display

  • Tokyo Metropolitan University  Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences  Doctor's Degree Program  2006.03  Accomplished credits for doctoral program

Professional Career On-Campus 【 display / non-display

  • 2014.04

    Akita University   Faculty of International Resource Sciences   Associate Professor

  • 2013.09

    Akita University   Akita University   Associate Professor

Academic Society Memberships 【 display / non-display

  • 2015.11

    Association of Social Anthropology in Oceania

  • 2015.11

    Society for Applied Anthropology

Research Field(Grants-in-Aid-for-Scientific-Research classification ) 【 display / non-display

  • Sociology/History of science and technology

  • Area studies

  • Cultural anthropology


Articles 【 display / non-display

  • "Mutual aid" in Community-based integrated care systems: A study with reference to the concept of reciprocity.

    Kiyoshi Tadokoro

    Japanese Journal of Health and Human Ecology   84 ( 6 )   187 - 197   2018.11

  • A High Burden of Asymptomatic Gastrointestinal Infections in Traditional Communities in Papua New Guinea.

    Paul F. Horwood, Kevin W. Soli, Tobias Maure, Yuichi Naito, Ayako Morita, Kazumi Natsuhara, Kiyoshi Tadokoro, Jun Baba, Shingo Odani, Eriko Tomitsuka, Katsura Igai, Jo-Ann Larkins, Peter M. Siba, Emma McBryde, Masahiro Umezaki, Andrew R. Greenhill

    American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene   97 ( 6 )   1872 - 1875   2017.11

  • Profiling of faecal water and urine metabolites among Papua New Guinea highlanders believed to be adapted to low protein intake.

    Eriko Tomitsuka, Katsura Igai, Kiyoshi Tadokoro, Ayako Morita, Jun Baba, Wataru Suda, Andrew R. Greenhill, Paul F. Horwood, Kevin W. Soli, Peter M. Siba, Shingo Odani, Kazumi Natsuhara, Hidetoshi Morita, Masahiro Umezaki

    Metabolomics   13 ( 9 )   105   2017.08

  • Reduced morning cortisol level in saliva associated with obesity: Evidence from community-dwelling adults in Papua New Guinea.

    Morita A, Natsuhara K, Vengiau G, Chen CCJ, Odani S, Inaoka T, Tadokoro K, Suda K, Furusawa T, Siba P, Phuanukoonnon S, Umezaki M.

    American Journal of Human Biology   2016.11

  • Nitrogen fixation and nifH diversity in human gut microbiota.

    Igai K, Itakura M, Nishijima S, Tsurumaru H, Suda W, Tsutaya T, Tomitsuka E, Tadokoro K, Baba J, Odani S, Natsuhara K, Morita A, Yoneda M, Greenhill AR, Horwood PF, Inoue J, Ohkuma M, Hongoh Y, Yamamoto T, Siba PM, Hattori M, Minamisawa K, Umezaki M.

    Scientific Reports   6 ( 31942 )   2016.08

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  • Views of the Body and Diet: Eating Pandanus among the Tewada of Papua New Guinea

    ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature )   25   10 - 11   2014.06

  • Book Review: Papuan Pasts: Cultural, Linguistic, and Biological Histories of Papuan-speaking People. Andrew Pawley, Robert Attenborough, Jack Golson, and Robin Hide (eds.) Pacific Linguistics, Canberra, 2005, 817pp.

    Masayuki Onishi, Kiyoshi Tadokoro, Syuntaro Tida, Rintaro Ono, Yo Negishi, and Takuro Furusawa

    People and Culture in Oceania ( 日本オセアニア学会 )   24   81 - 87   2009.02

  • Social Organization and Leadership among the Ivori Speaking People, Gulf Province: With a special reference to poison fishing among the rivers.

    Kiyoshi Tadokoro

    Fieldwork report presented to The National Research Institute, Papua New Guinea ( The National Research Institute )   2006.04