The relationship between recreational hunting and local community in Northern Cameroon
Environmental Sociology, African Area study
Key-WordsRecreational hunting, Local people, tourism, protected area, wildlife conservation
- 2000-2004 Faculty of Agriculture, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. Awarded the degree of BS in Agriculture
- 2004-2007 Division of African Area study, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University. Awarded the degree of MA in Area Studies.
- 2007-2009 Division of African Area study, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University. Leaving graduate school a doctorate
- 2012 Awarded the degree of PhD in Area Studies from Kyoto University
- 2006 Teaching Assistant in Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
- 2006-2007 Sasagawa Science Research Grant, The Japan Science Society
- 2007-2009 Research Fellow (DC2) in Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
- 2009-2010 The Grant for Graduate School Student, Shibusawa Ethnology Promotion Foundation
- 2009-2010 Researcher of Scientific research expenses of Prof. KIMURA Daiji, Kyoto University
- 2010 Part-time lecturer in Rikkyo University
- 2010-2012 Research Fellow (PD) in Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
- 2010-2012 Research Fellow of the University of Tokyo
- 2011-2012 Part-time lecturer in Hosei University
The Japan Association for Environmental SociologyJapan Association for African StudiesAssociation of Wildlife and Human Society
International Association for Society and Natural Resources
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