(Last updated : 2017-06-21 11:54:40)
  Fukuta Yasunori
   School of Commerce
   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper Personal Data Sensitivity in Japan: An Exploratory Study (Co-authored (first author)) 2017/06
2. Paper Inter-firm Sharing of Use-context Data in Value Co-creation: From A Perspective of Ethics in Marketing Research (Sole-authored) 2017/03
3. Paper Marketing research on context of use and its ethical issues: An empirical study on relationship between companies' usage of context of use data and consumers' unpleasantness (Sole-authored) 2016/08
4. Paper Snowden Seems to Have More Social Impact in the People's Republic of China than in the Republic of China, but... (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2015/09
5. Paper So What If the State Is Monitoring Us? -- Snowden's Revelations Have Little Social Impact in Japan (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2015/09
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2016/09/18 Japanese data sensitivity: A preliminary study
2. 2016/04/22 Would You Do What Snowden Did? An International Study of University Students' Reactions to Snowden's Actions and Revelations (7th Biennial Surveillance & Society Conference)
3. 2015/09/09 So What If the State Is Monitoring Us? - Snowden's Revelations Have Little Social Impact in Japan. (ETHICOMP 2015)
4. 2014/08/15 I Will Use This, Because I Just Want to: Social Media Users' Groundless Reliance on Social Media Companies (The 2nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interactive)
5. 2013/07/09 Does Online Privacy Protection Pay? (The 3rd Asian Privacy Scholars Network Conference)
■ Academic Qualifications
1. ~2001/03 Meiji University Graduate School, Division of Commerce 〔Doctoral course〕 Unfinished course
2. ~1998/03 Meiji University Graduate School, Division of Commerce 〔Master degree program〕 Completed
3. 1998/03
Degree Acquisition
Meiji University
4. ~1996/03 Meiji University Faculty of Commerce Graduated
■ Current Specialized Field
Commerce