Northern Illinois University

Dr. Hidetada Shimizu

Selected Publications

Shimizu, H. (2011).Cognitive anthropology and education: Foundational models of self and cultural modelsof teaching and learning in Japan and
the United States, In D.B. Kronenfeld, G.Bernnardo, V.C. DeMunck, & M.D.Fischer (Eds). A companion to cognitiveanthropology. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

Shimizu, H. (2009). Multivocal visual ethnography:Comparative study of adolescents in Japan, the United States and Hong Kong. InY. Minoura (Ed), Ethnographic fieldwork:Analyses and interpretations. Tokyo: Minerva Press (in Japanese).

Kawamoto, Y. & Shimizu, H. (2004). Burakugaku (burakumin study): A paradigm shift for education. Mid-Western Educational Researcher. 17(4), 27-33.

Shimizu, H. (2003). What can American educators learn from Japanese education? Thresholds in Education, 19(3), 31-35.

LeTendre, G., Hofer, B., & Shimizu, H. (2003). On the right track? Cultural expectations about tracking in the U.S., Germany, and Japan. American Educational Research Journal, 40(1), 43-89.

Shimizu, H. & LeVine, R. A. (Eds), (2001). Japanese frames of mind: Cultural perspectives on human development. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Shimizu, H. (2001). Japanese Adolescent Boys' Senses of Empathy (omoiyari) and Carol Gilligan's Perspectives on the Morality of Care: A Phenomenological Approach. Culture and Psychology, 7(4), 453-475.

Shimizu, H. (2000). Beyond individualism and sociocentrism: An ontological analysis of the opposing elements in personal experiences of Japanese adolescents. Human Development, 43(4-5), 195-211.

Shimizu, H. (2000). Japanese cultural psychology and empathic understanding: Implications for Academic and Cultural Psychology. Ethos, 28(2), 224-247.

LeTendre, G. & Shimizu, H. (1999). "Towards a healing society: Perspectives from Japanese special education." In P. Garner & H. Daniels (Eds.). World Yearbook of Education: Inclusive Education. London: Kogan Page.

Shimizu, H. (1998). Individual differences and the Japanese education system. In The educational system in Japan: Case study findings. Office of Educational Research and Improvement. Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Education .