The Japanese Society of M-GTA

The Japanese Society of M-GTA (Modified Grounded Theory Approach) for Innovative Qualitative Research

Our Activities

Our Activities

The main activities of the Society are its regular workshops. To date, members of the Association have published the results of their research utilizing the M-GTA in the form of numerous papers and books.

*English Information on this page is listed as provided by respective authors who solely bear its responsibility.

Regular Workshop

The 81st Workshop

Held on October 28th, 2017 at Taisyo University
The First Presentation

The process of discharge support for mothers and families with severely disabled children- by nurses at pediatric ward in general hospital.

Data presented by Yuzo MORIYAMA : Kyushu University of Nursing and Social welfare Graduate Course of Nursing and Social welfare
The Second Presentation

Process to Overcome the Intergenerational Transmission of Child Maltreatment

Data presented by Mie SENZAKI : Shirayuri University Faculty of Studies Department of Developmental Psychology
The Third Presentation

The process that post‐stroke hemiplegic patients does not use their paralyzed upper limb in comparison with the function recovery

Data presented by Nobuko MORII Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba

 

The 80th Workshop

Held on May 20th, 2017 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Process of acquiring ways to cope with rehabilitation while mothers accept their children’s disabilities

Data presented by Kumiko ANZAI : Department of Physical Therapy, Teikyo University of Science
The Second Presentation

The Transition Process of Advanced Japanese Learners’ Consciousness in Collaborative Learning - Through Academic Japanese Classes -

Data presented by Huo Qinyu:Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Language and Society
The Third Presentation

Research on the job change process of the professional managers ~Focusing on the CFO’s job change experience in Japan~

Data presented by Masaaki KITAMURA : Kyoto Arts and Crafts University

 

The 79th Workshop

Held on March 18th, 2017 at Seisen University
The First Presentation

The processes that the mothers built the dietary habits to control blood sugar concentrations of their children diagnosed as the type 1 diabetes

Data presented by Kyoko MATSUNO: Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Health and Welfare, Yamaguchi Prefectural University
The Second Presentation

The process by which fathers and mothers of children with spina bifida cultivate social capital

Data presented by Keiko KOJO: Mejiro Daiichi Nursery School
Special Session

Lecture on M-GTA

Presented by Yasuhito KINOSHITA: Rikkyo University

 

The 78th Workshop

Held on January 28th, 2017 at International Christian University
The First Presentation

The support process of outside experts in SMEs’ internationalization

Data presented by Tomonori SHIBAHARA : Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba
The Second Presentation

An examination of effective intervention for sexual offenders in correctional institutions:Implications from process analysis how they obtain “goods” through offenses

Data presented by Yudai ARINO : Kawagoe Juvenile Prison
The Third Presentation

The unique and strong points of the small-scaled workshop activities for mental disabilities.
From the view points of the process how pioneer generation of the above activity proceeded the inclusion of mental disabilities to a local community.

Data presented by Hideo SASAKI : Doctor’s Course at Graduate School of Keio University

 

The 77th Workshop

Held on November 12th, 2016 at Taisho University
The First Presentation

Recovery and Spirituality of the suffering elderly affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake:-Spiritual support of the religionist volunteers-

Data presented by Makiko YAMADA : Japan University of Health Science
The Second Presentation

Study of factors affecting motivation to continue a nurse career in the process of the first three years ―Does there exist “The First 3 years Myth in Nurse”?-

Data presented by Nori KAWAMOTO : Master’s Program, Graduate School of Health and Welfare, Yamaguchi Prefectural University
The Third Presentation

Japanese Language Acquisition Process of Indonesian Migrant Workers in Oarai Community

Data presented by Yutaka FUKIHARA : Fukuoka Women’s University

 

The 76th Workshop

Held on May 28th, 2016 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Organization Development (OD) Practitioners’ Intervention Process as Introducing Workshop
- an Analysis of Interviews by Modified Grounded Theory Approach -

Data presented by Yasuhiko HIROSE : Japan productivity Center / Graduate School of Social Informatics, Aoyama Gakuin University
The Second Presentation

Process of employment support to tenure on competitive workplace for people with mental health problem

Data presented by Ryoko MIKI : Faculty of Medical Sciences Department of Medical Welfare Teikyo University of Science
The Third Presentation

Experiences of nursing leaders who develop nursing and midwifery regulations in Lao PDR

Data presented by Mayumi HASHIMOTO :Bureau of International Health Cooperation, National Center for Global Health and Medicine

 

The 75th Workshop

Held on March 12nd, 2016 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Process of motivation increasing for learning in nursing students by the interaction between students and clinical instructors or teachers in clinical practicum.

Data presented by Yukiko SUZUKI : Hamamatsu University School of Medicine Master of Science Program in Nursing
The Second Presentation

Process of acquiring qualifications for air traffic controllers

Data presented by Yukiko MATSUMOTO : Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba
The Third Presentation

Process to Develop Power that Mother Get Over Crises during The First Treatment of The Child with Pediatric Cancer

Aiko YOKOMORI : University of Yamanashi Graduate School of Education Master’s Course

 

The 74th Workshop

Held on January 23rd, 2016 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Grief Work for Fathers who Lost Their Children by Suicide―Adaptation Process of Changing Connection―

Data presented by Shigenori KOBAYASHI:Doctor’s Course at Graduate School of the Seigakuin University
The Second Presentation

Breeding process of the positive thought based on the network of the parents having children with Spina Bifida to live in an area

Data presented by Keiko KOJO:Mejiro Daiichi Nursery School
Special Session

Q & A on M-GTA

 

The 73rd Workshop

Held on November 14th, 2015 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Transformation Process in Regional Activities of Community Support Staff ―Elucidation of Actor Transformation Process in Place Branding-

Data presented by Yoshihiro YAMASAKI : Graduate School of Modern Society and Culture Niigata University
The Second Presentation

The research into the process that the occupational therapists interact with their patients who has the terminal cancer in occupational therapy for palliative care ―the process of becoming awake of the inpatient’s value in life and interacting with them through their narrative―

Data presented by Saki ONUKI : St. Luke’s international hospital
The Third Presentation

A study on the psychological process of children’s experience with a parent through the visitation and other contacts after parents’ divorce

Data presented by Yoko OGAWA : Graduate School of Human Social Studies, Japan Women’s University

 

The 72nd Workshop

Held on May 23rd, 2015 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Single mother who have children with asthma in Japan

Data presented by Shinobu HASHI : Kanazawa Medical University, School of Nursing
The Second Presentation

Adaptation process of changing connection between cancer survivors and follow workers

Data presented by Hiroko SEINO : Graduate school of nursing master’s program Fukushima Medical University
The Third Presentation

Nursing for children with rare chromosomal abnormalities and their parents.

Data presented by Saeko KUTSUNUGI : Yamaguchi University School of Medicine Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Ryukyus Graduate School of Health Sciences

 

The 71st Workshop

Held on March 14th, 2015 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

A Research on the Process of distributed leadership from the Middle Teachers’ Perspectives

Data presented by Harumi YOSHIMURA : Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, the University of Tokyo
The Second Presentation

Providing perinatal loss care : Adaptation process of midwives

Data presented by Eri KAWAMOTO : Faculty of Health Sciences, Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine

 

The 70th Workshop

Held on January 24th, 2015 at Taisho University
The First Presentation

Arts ─ Workshop Continuation Process in Elementary School
─ Analysis of Interviews on Artists Using Modified Grounded Theory Approach ─

Data presented by Takuya ISHIKAWA : Aoyama Gakuin University Graduate School of Social Informatics
The Second Presentation

Process of start to re-construct everyday life from school no attendance

Data presented by Sumie TANIGUCHI : Dept. of. Psychology Graduate School Aoyamagakuin University
The Third Presentation

Object Loss and Intergenerational Transmission of Untreated Mourning - Work
─ Two Different types of Alexithymia ─

Data presented by Akiko HASHIMOTO : Teikyo University, Faculty of Medical Technology

The 69th Workshop

Held on November 8th, 2014 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

How do teachers treat students who injure themselves?

Data presented by Kazunori SANO : Doctor Program, Joint Graduate School in Science of School Education, Hyogo University of Teacher Education

The Second Presentation

The Process of Changes in Children’s attitude and behavior on Physical Play from the viewpoint of childcares

Data presented by Yohei CHIBA : Kokushikan Graduate School of Sport System Assistant
The Third Presentation

The Process of religionists approaching to and entering into clinics on death and dying – Potential for spiritual care by religionist in clinics

Data presented by Toyoko NAKAHARA : Waseda University Graduate School of Human Sciences
The Fourth Presentation

The formation process of a teacher-librarian's job recognition

Data presented by Etsuko NISHIMAKI : University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies

The 68th Workshop

Held on May 24, 2014 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

The Supervisory Process in Clinica Supervision in the Graduate Trainimg
Programs: From the Perspective of Supervisor

By Hiromi Tanno:Graduate School of Psychology,J.F.Oberlin University

The Second Presentation

The Process of a Thought of the Party Concerned who Continues School Refusal

By Yuko Shiba:Chukyogakuin University Faculty of Nursing
The Third Presentation

Direction and Method of the Life-Rebuilding Support for Over-Indebted debtors - Analysis of Life-Rebuilding Process Using M-GTA -

By Aika Tamura:Faculty of Education, Kagoshima University
The Fourth Presentation

Individual Change on Participating in Encounter Group

By Satomi MAJIMA:Master’s Course of Graduate School of Education, Psychology and Human Studies, Aoyama Gakuin University

The 67th Workshop

Held on March 1, 2014 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

The influence that the human experience of the old and middle age woman gives to future way of life

By Shichijo Kayo, J.F.Oberlin University Graduate School of Gerontology Second year master's student

The Second Presentation

Role development of nurses who provide nursing care for children who are technology-dependent in mainstream schools

By Fumie Shimizu, Human Health Science Graduate School of Medicine at Kyoto University
The Third Presentation

A study of relationship between people with hearing disabilities and people with normal hearing
―― Analyze and investigate of transitional period from school to work of people with hearing disabilities by the Modified Grounded Theory Approac

By Yumiko Ito, Nanzan University Graduate School of Humanities Program in Educational Facilitation
The Fourth Presentation

The process of childhood cancer survivors facing themselves with disease and its related factors

By Kyoko Miyagishima, Faculty of Nursing , Hamamatsu University School of Medicine

The 66th Workshop

Held on January 11th, 2014 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

How New Japanese Language Teachers Adjust to the Work Environment

By Ryuta USHIKUBO, Center for Japanese Language, Waseda University

The Second Presentation

The Process of Near-Death Experiences in Japan

By Mika IWASAKI, Graduate School of Information and Communication, Meiji University
The Third Presentation

Examination of Factors Related to End-of-life Care for Elderly People with Dementia in Group Homes

By Mayuko HIRAMATSU, School of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Mie University
Special Session

Q & A on M-GTA

The 65th Workshop

Held on September 28th, 2013 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

A Study of the Work Environmental Adaptation Process of New University Graduate Nurses Working at Hospitals

By Toshie SAKAI, Master's Course of Nursing and Health Care Science, Kyoto Prefectural University

The Second Presentation

The Study of Middle-Aged Women Who Have Partner Relationships with Partner

By Shiho Machino, Bunkyougakuin University
The Third Presentation

A Study of Nurses Working in Dementia Group Living Home of Older People, on the Job Continues
-Analyze the Process that a Nurse Gets "worth doing" and Maintains-

By Kyoko Kiyosawa, Master's Program in Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Shinshu University
The Fourth Presentation

Process of Stress Coping of Employees with Depression from the Viewpoint of Cognitive Behavior

By NAKAMURA Satomi, NTT Medical Center Tokyo,Department of Neuropsychiatry

The 64th Workshop

Held on May 25th, 2013 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Japanese as a Non-Major

By Aiko Nemoto, Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Language and Society
The Second Presentation

A Study of Public-Private Collaboration for the Post-Disaster Relief of the Great East Japan Earthquake

By IMAI Hisayoshi, Department of Japanese Studies, College of Social Sciences, Daejin University
The Third Presentation

A Qualitative Study of Persons with Crohn's Disease Perceived the Reason for this Change of Want to Work from Onset of Disease Onward

By Michiyo Itoh, Tokyo Healthcare University

The 63rd Workshop

Held on March 2nd, 2013 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

How juvenile delinquents in Japan find ways to live new lifestyles away from crime

By Yuki Fujiwara, National Research Institute of Police Science
The Second Presentation

Toward a Reform of the Curriculum to Assist the College Graduates’ Career Development

By Naoko OSADA, Seisen Jogakuin College International Communication Department
The Third Presentation

The Experience of Parents Facing the Imminent Deaths of Their Children with Cancer

By Kumiko Miwa, Japan Women’s University Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Social Sciences

The 62nd Workshop

Held on November 25th, 2012 at Rikkyo University
The First Presentation

Unemployment Experience of Middle-Aged and Older Men Who suffered from the psychiatric disorder and Under the Support of Outplacement Consulting Company

By Hirosuke BABA, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Kanagawa University
The Second Presentation

A process of junior high school teachers' motivation for classes of Moral Education

By Yuichi YOSHIZAWA, Joetsu University of Education
The Third Presentation

A forecasting process for one's life among people who need forensic psychiatry

By Ryoko TOMIZAWA, National center of neurology and psychiatry, Japan

Workshop for Master's Level M-GTA

The 10th Workshop for Master's Degree Level M-GTA

Held on July 29th, 2017 at Taisyo University
The First Presentation

Cognition and Behavior about Obese between birth and the present time of Mother of Adults with Severe Intellectual Disabilities and Obesity with autistic tendencies lived with family members

Data presented by Mitsuyo NONAKA:Graduate School of Nursing, Aichi Prefectural University Master’s Course

The Second Presentation

Research on Cooperation between Schools and After-School Day Service Centers in X City, Saitama Prefecture : To create Community which can ensure Learning and Growth for diverse Children over their“Wall”.

Data presented by Etsuo TANITA:Course of Education, Graduate school of Education, Seisa University.

The Third Presentation

The process of alcoholic dependents to return to work

Data presented by Yukiko SANO:Master's Course Nursing studies major, Graduate School of Medicine, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine

 

The 9th Workshop for Master's Degree Level M-GTA

Held on July 23rd, 2016 at Taisyo University
The First Presentation

Process to deepen the understanding of futoko ( school non-attending ) for mothers who have experienced futoko ( school non-attending ) in their children

Data presented by Reiko KATAYAMA : Program of Clinical Psychology, Graduate School of Culture and Science, The Open University of Japan
The Second Presentation

Qualitative Study on Social Participation of Children with Higher Brain Dysfunctions: Exploring Parental Thoughts and Behaviors using Modified Grounded Theory Approach

Data presented by Eiko OTSUKA : Masters Program in Lifespan Developmental Science, Graduate School of comprehensive Human Science, Univercity of Tsukuba
The Third Presentation

Understanding the psychological process of patients with intractable disease facing medical professionals

Data presented by Etsuko MATSUMOTO : Masters Program, Graduate School of Health and Welfare, Yamaguchi Prefectural University

 

The 8th Workshop for Master's Degree Level M-GTA

Held on July 25th, 2015 at Taisyo University
The First Presentation

Factors related to the career development of midwives working in Perinatal Medical Center

Data presented by Yuka KAYOUDA : Okinawa Prefectural College of Nursing of Health Nursing

The Second Presentation

A study of changing perceptions of Japanese language education by language volunteers in community - based Japanese language classes.

Data presented by Kayako ISHIHARA : Graduate school of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University

The Third Presentation

Process toward the workplace adaptation of the person with university graduate hearing loss

Data presented by Yumiko ITO : Graduate School of Humanities Program in Educational Facilitation, Nanzan University

The 7th Workshop for Master's Degree Level M-GTA

Held on July 26, 2014 at Taisho University
The First Presentation

A role and problem of the volunteer coordinator of the childhood cancer base hospital

By Kazuko SAKAUE : Graduate School of Human and Social Sciences, Musasino University Master's 2nd Year.

The Second Presentation

Husbands' attitudes toward housework through their involvement in meal preparation

By Junko TAKAYAMA : Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Ochanomizu University
The Third Presentation

Healing and recovering process after suicide attempt.

By Yasushi OTAKA : Department of Neuropsychiatry, Nippon Medical School
The Fourth Presentation

Observations in Classes on Academic Reading : Processes of Change in Reading Comprehension Among High-Level Japanese Language Students.

By Huo Qinyu : Graduate School of Language and Society, Hitotsubashi University

Intensive Analytical Workshop among M-GTA Groups

The 4th Intensive Analytical Workshop

Held on August 20-21, 2016 at Osaka Prefecture University
The First Group

The Process in which ex-Exchange High School Students Decide on Their University

Data presented by Aya IWAMOTO : Shinshu University, School of General Education

The Second Group

Psychological process of the recovers from eating disorders

Data presented by Yoko KAIZUKA : Clinical Center for Developmental Disorders, Shirayuri College
The Third Group

The process of change of occupational therapy students in making of life review books

Data presented by Akiko NOJIRI : Kumamoto Health Science University Department of Rehabilitation
The Fourth Group

Mother of empirical process that took refuge with their children in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake.

Data presented by Hitomi MATSUNAGA : Division of international Health and Nursing, Saga University, Japan
The Fifth Group

The process by which victims of intimate partner violence reconstruct new life and myself life after leaving their life with batterers

Data presented by Kanako MASUI : Osaka Prefecture University
The Sixth Group

Construction of the supervision model developing the school social work utilization business:Attention to “The Effective Business Program Of The School Social Work”

Data presented by Shuji OTOMO : Hokusei Gakuen University School of Social Welfare

 

The 3rd Intensive Analytical Workshop

Held on August 30-31, 2014 at Kumamoto Health Science University
The First Group

Research on practical intelligence in the process of formation about pediatric home-visit rehabilitation

Data presented by Mika MITSUMURA, Ph.D : Home visit nursing station AOZORA

The Second Group

Family-life Adjustment of Japanese Expatriate Housewives

Data presented by Rika TAKAMARU, MA : Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Ochanomizu University
The Third Group

“Qualitative Analysis of the Dog and Cat Owners’ Care Process for Medical Treatment and Terminal Care: Interview Survey of Pet Owners Initially Selecting Secondary Veterinary Care”

Data presented by Keiko OGURA, Ph.D : Yamazaki-Gakuen University
The Fourth Group

The process of work adjustment and establish professional identity among newly graduated midwives.

Data presented by Masako ABE, Ph.D : Nagano College of Nursing, Department of Maternal Nursing & Women's Health
The Fifth Group

Healing and recovering process after suicide attempt.

Data presented by Yasushi OTAKA, MA : Department of Neuropsychiatry, Nippon Medical School

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