Publications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Youth, Social Media and Connectivity in Japan. In Seargeant, P. and C. Tagg (eds) The  Language of Social Media: Community and Identity on the Internet. Palgrave.

Palgrave

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Takahashi, T. (2011)

Japanese Youth and Mobile Media. In M. Thomas (ed.) Deconstructing Digital    Natives: Young People, Technology and the New Literacies. London and NY: Routledge.

Routledge | Amazon

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Takahashi, T. (2010)MySpace or Mixi? Japanese Engagement with SNS (Social Networking Sites) in the Global Age.New Media and Society12(3) 453-475.

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Takahashi, T. (2008)

 

Japanese Young People, Media and Everyday Life: Towards the Internationalizing Media Studies. In K. Drotner and S. Livingstone (eds) International Handbook of Children, Media and Culture. London: Sage.

SageAmazon

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Takahashi, T. (2007)De-Westernizing Media Studies from a Japanese Perspective. Global Media and Communication, 3(3)330-335.

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Takahashi, T. (2003)Media, Audience Activity and Everyday Life―The Case of Japanese Engagement with Media and ICT―.Doctoral Dissertation. The London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London.

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  • In Japanese

    Takahashi, T. (2016)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Towards the age of Digital Wisdom: Young People and their Engagement  with Digital Media. Tokyo: Shinnyosha.(in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2017)

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Prologue”, In T. Takahashi (ed.) AI for Social Good, pp.3-13, Tokyo.

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Takahashi, T. (2015)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chances and Risks by SNS. Shinsho vol. 81, 2015: 44.(in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2014)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beyond Digital Natives. Nextcom vol. 18, 2014 summer. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2009)

 

What is ‘Globalisation’?. In Kokosei notameno Shakaigaku Henshuiinkai (eds) Sociology for Beginners. Tokyo: Harvest Press. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2009) Digital Natives and Everyday Life: Ethnography on Japanese Youths’ Engagement with SNS. The Japan Society of Information and Communication Research 92:15-28. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2008)

 

Globalisation and Cultural Identity. In Y. Ito and T. Kouno (eds) News Coverage and Perception on Foreign Countries. Tokyo: Keio university Press. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T., Honda, K and Terashima, T (2008) A study on Digital Natives and Audience Engagement: Results from a Quantitative Study on College Students and Media. Applied Sociology 50. Rikkyo university. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (ed.) (2008) Advertisement and a new Perception of Consumers in the Cross-Media Age: the Possibility of Mobile Phones. Yoshida Hideo Memorial Foundation. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (ed.) (2008)Comparative Research on Children and Young People and Information Media: Survey on College Students and Digital Media. The Telecommunications Advancement Foundation. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2007) Audience Engagement.  Applied Sociology 49, pp.53-71. Rikkyo university. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. and Suzuki, D. (2006) Sports as Global Media Events: Ethnography in ‘Self-Creation’ of Sports Stars. Journal of Health and Sports Science vol.10. pp.43-49. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2005) A Study about Globalisation, Medicine and Media and ICT. Juntendo Igaku 51:3. p.414. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2005)

 

A New Perspective for Audience Ethnography and Media Communication. In T. Takeuchi, K. Kozima and Y. Hashimoto (eds) Media communication Theory. Tokyo: Hokuju. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2005) A Study about Globalisation, Medicine and Media and ICT. Juntendo Igaku 51:3. p.414. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2004)

 

Audience Activity. In T. Hanada and S. Yoshimi (eds.) The Handbook on Socio-information studies. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.(in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2004) A Perspective on Globalisation and Media Audiences. Aura 164. Fuji Television. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (2003)

 

Criticism and Movement in the Early Effect Studies. In T. Tazaki and K. Kozima (eds.) Perspectives on Mass Communication Research 3rd edition. Tokyo: Hokuju Shuppan. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (1997)

 

Informatisation and Information Behaviour. In T. Tazaki and M. Funatsu (eds.) Perspectives on Socio-information Theory. Tokyo: Hokuju shuppan.(in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (1998a)Audience Activity in TV viewing. In Takeuchi et al. (eds) The Changing Media Environment and the Conception of Audience. NHK Housou Bunka Foundation, pp.55-65. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (1998b) A Qualitative Study on Diversity of Audience Activity: A Case Study on Media Coverage of Princess Diana’s Death. The Research Bulletin of the Institute of Socio-Information and Communication Studies 10: 207-226. (in Japanese)

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Takahashi, T. (1998c) Beyond the Active-Passive Dichotomy in the Media Audience Studies ?: Limit of Dichotomy. Mass Communication Studies 53: 137-152. (in Japanese)

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Tazaki, T and Takahashi, T. (1995) Positioning the Early Uses and Gratifications Studies: Towards an Understanding of Audience Activity. The Bulletin of the Institute of Socio-Information and Communication Studies. The University of Tokyo 49: 1-24. (in Japanese)

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Translation (into Japanese)

Ross. K and NightingaleV. (2003)

 

Media and Audiences: New Perspectives. Open University Press. With Kazuto Kojima and Kiyoshi Abe, Tokyo: Shiyosha, 2007.

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Book Review

Takahashi, T (2010) Emergence of New Questions for Globalisation (Ogawa, Y, Kawasaki, K, and M Sano (eds.) “Sociology for Globalisation” Tokyo: Kouseishakouseikaku.) Toshoshinbun 2975:9. (in Japanese)