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Tomu Ogawa is a Ph.D. student at the Interfaculty Information Initiative of the University of Tokyo in the fields of sociology and media studies. He is currently conducting historical-sociological research into the shifting meanings of ‘youth’ and ‘young people’ in Japan. He is particularly interested in the question of what it means, from the perspective of culture and society, to be ‘young’.
Web Site: http://researchmap.jp/TomuOgawa/