Found 243 articles associated to the institution Waseda University.
Getting Past the Middle Income Trap: The Unprecedented Challenge of the Park Geun-Hye Administration in South Korea9-April-2013
Opinion article by Prof. Yukiko Fukagawa of Waseda University "The freshest aspect of this administration is not the president’s position as the first female president of South Korea, but the president’s goal of achieving happy society and for being the first administration in history to push social policy."
“Patients who Don’t Listen” And “Medical Staff who Are Inflexible” - Cultural Anthropology in the Medical Workplace18-February-2013
Opinion article by Assist. Prof. Maho Isono, a cultural anthropologist in medicine. "Medical personnel frequently have feelings and conflicts that are not expressed to their patients, while patients often experience confusion and hesitation that are not told to medical personnel."
Is a Two-Party System in Japan Only a Dream? The 2012 General Election and the Political Challenges Facing Japan16-January-2013
The Implications of the LDP’s Landslide Victory and the Proliferation of Small Parties - Opinion article by Prof. Masanobu Ido, Professor, Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences, Waseda University
High plutonium breeding of light water cooled reactors15-January-2013
Professor Oka and his research team at Waseda University have succeeded in developing the world's first conceptual nuclear reactor design of high plutonium breeding by light water cooling.
Are Athletes Impervious to Cold? How to Exercise to Improve Immunity19-December-2012
"Regularly trained athletes often do too much exercise, and they catch a cold more easily than general people." An interview with Takao Akama, Professor at Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University in Japan about how athletes' health and immunity.
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