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Tatsuro Hanada

Institute for Journalism, Waseda University
Professor
Tokyo, JAPAN
Tatsuro Hanada was born in 1947. He is a professor at the Waseda University Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences. He graduated from the Waseda University School of Political Science and Economics and studied in the University of Munich graduate school. He took his current position in 2006 after serving as a professor at the University of Tokyo’s Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies (III) and then as director of the III. Since 2007 he has served as director of the Waseda University Institute for Education in Journalism, and since 2015 has served as the director of the Waseda University Institute for Journalism. His areas of specialty are sociology, media studies and journalism studies. He has also worked on educating and nurturing the next generation of journalists. He is the author of “Kōkyōken to iu na no shakai kūkan: Kōkyōken, media, shimin shakai (The social space known as the public sphere: public sphere, media and civil society)” (publisher: Bokutakusha) and “Media to kōkyōken no politics (Politics of the media and the public sphere)” (publisher: University of Tokyo Press), and co-editor of “Chōsa hōdō journalism no chōsen: Shimin shakai to kokusai shien senryaku (Investigative journalism challenge: civil society and international support strategy)” (publisher: Junposha). 

Award: 
2017 FCCJ Freedom of Press Award, Supporter of the Free Press
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Publications in German and English:
- “The Stagnation of Japanese Journalism and its Structural Background in the Media System”, in Hans Bohrmann, Elisabeth Klaus, Marcel Machill (eds.), Media Industry, Journalism Culture and Communication Policies in Europe, Köln: Herbert von Halem Verlag, 2007, pp.206-222.
- “The Japanese ‘Public Sphere’: the Kugai”, in Theory, Culture & Society, May 2006, vol.23, no.2-3, pp.612-614.
- “Kugai: The Lost Public Sphere in Japanese History”, in Andrew Calabrese and Colin Sparks (eds.), Toward a Political Economy of Culture – Capitalism and Communication in the Twenty-First Century, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2004, pp.95-110.
- “Cultural Diversity as Social Demand – The Korean Minority and Japanese Broadcasting”, in GAZETTE, Vol.65, No.4-5, September 2003, pp.389-400.
- “UNA APROXIMACIÓM CONCEPTUAL A ESFERA PÚBICA”, in JoséVidal Beneyto (ed.), LA VENTANA GLOBAL, Buenos Aires:Taunus, 2002, pp.137-162. (Traducción del ingles de Moisés Ramírez)
- “Neue Medien – neue Arbeit am Beispiel Japan”, in Josef Ehmer, Helga Grebing und Peter Gutschner (Hrsg.), “Arbeit”: Geschichte-Gegenwart-Zukunft, (ITH-Tagungsberichte; Bd.36), Leipzig:Akademische Verlagsanstalt, 2002, S.225-237.
- “Can a public space transcend national boundaries?”, in Wolfgang Pape (ed.), Models of Integration in Asia and Europe: Generating Public Space for Our Common Futures, European Commission, 2001, pp.95-102.
- “Toward a politics of the public sphere”, in Review of Media, Information and Society, Vol.4, 1999, ISICS, University of Tokyo, pp.115-133.
- “Can there be a Public Sphere in Japan? ”, Review of Media, Information and Society, Vol.2, 1997, ISICS, University of Tokyo, pp.1-23.
- “Konvergenzprozesse zwischen Rundfunk und Telekommunikaiton in Japan; ein Thema für die Medienpolitik”, Media Perspektiven, 8/1990, S.504-516.
- “The Convergence of Broadcasting and Telecommunications in Japan”, Elixmann, D. & Neumann, K.-H. (eds.), Communications Policy in Europe. Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Verlag, 1990, pp.277-306.
- Tatsuro Hanada und Klaus Winckler: Kommerzielles Fernsehen in der Medienkonkurrenz; Japan - Fernsehdualismus und Medienkonzentration. , Berlin: Wissenschaftsverlag Volker Spiess, 1984.
- Schlußbericht - Bisherige Praxis der Medienförderung. Hrg. von Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kommunikationsforschung e.V. München, München: AfK, 1978.