My Maya-Mam (one of the Mesoamerican Native Indians) name is ...
Mitzub'ixi Quq Chi'j (Mitzib'ixi con Seis
Fuerza), in English explanation
He works as Deputy Director of the
Center for the Study of CO-Design, CSCD and Head of the Department of
Social Innovation of the center, Osaka University (also known as the University of Osaka)
His major field is in Medical Anthoropology and Ethnography of Central America.
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Mi nombre es Mitsuho Ikeda. Llámame "MITZU". Mi sobrenomre era el "DOCTOR PELON"( Que Chistoso !?), cuando estuve en Honduras, Centroamerica.
En el campo academico mi especialidad es tratando la Etnografia de Centroamerica y la Antropologia medica.
durante de unos anyos, estoy investigando sobre el Turismo Ecologico en
Centroamerica, sobre todo en Costa Rica.
You Can Browse My < Curriculum Vitae>.
Para mandar catra electronica, si usted puede, a
Center forthe Study of CO*Design (CSCD), Osaka University
Machikaneyama 1-16, Toyonka City, 560-0043, JAPAN
Salida por Universidad de Osaka
Mitzub'ixi Quq Chi'j, -- registered name as Japanese citizen is Mitsuho Ikeda, 1956- (My Curriculum Vitae)
1 What are your Educational Activities at the Center for the Study of Co*Design?
My main teaching
activities cover Dialogic Methods in Qualitative Study and Ethnography,
Theory of Knowledge (TOK) for Post-Graduate Students, Theory and
Practice in Action Research, and Research Ethics.
2 What Research are you involved in?
is cultural anthropology. My research interests include medical
ethnography, Central America regional studies, human-animal
relationships, comparative study of harm reduction policies for drug
users and addicts, history of anthropological sciences, and political
anthropology of indigenous people.
3 What are your activities with institutions and people outside the center?
I have published
extensively online on a variety of themes over the past twenty-five
years. As a result, I am frequently invited to speak on a range of
topics, e.g. cinematographic analysis of films, ecotourism in Central
America and Mexico, research ethics, and the nature of infanticide and
gerontophobia. My outreach activities include the organization of
collaborative workshops for young professionals from various businesses
in the Kansai area.
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