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List of Books
HISAO TAKEKUMA Last modified date:2021.06.24

Professor / International Education Environment / Department of Education / Faculty of Human-Environment Studies


Books
1. HISAO TAKEKUMA, 1 Hisao Takekuma, “Perspective of Internationalization of Education in Multi-ethnic Societies,” Kengo Mochida, Toshifumi,Hirata, Satomi Shiratsuchi, Educational Reform and Exchange in the 21st Century, 2010.06.
2 Hisao Takekuma, “Comparative Education at Universities in Japan", Erwin H. Epstein, Sofia Vrcelj, 69 others, Comparative Education at Universities World Wide, (2nd Ed.) edited by Charl Wolhuter, Nikolay Popov, Maria Manzon & Bruno Leutwyler (2008, p.360), Sofia; bureau for educational service, pp. 229-236, 2008.06.
3 Hisao Takekuma, Study on the Ethnic Education System in Malaysia, Kyushu University Press, p. 190, 1998.02
4 Hisao Takekuma, “Multi-ethnic Co-existence and the Role of Education in Malaysia,” Kyushu University Press, Ways to Co-exist- Ethnicity in the Asia Pacific Region - edited and published by Takahiro Katayama, pp. 29-50, 2003.03.
5 Hisao Takekuma, “Comment 2; Academic Achievement Matters of Four Countries; From the Viewpoint of Each Effort,” Kyushu University Press, Now, Consider Academic Achievement, compiled by Kyushu University School of Education, pp. 238-242, 2004.02.
6 Hisao Takekuma, “Ethnic System of Education in Japan; As a Basis for Comparison,” edited by Kazuhiro Ebuchi, Akashi Shuppan, A Study of Transculturalism, pp. 303-322, 1998.11.
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2. 竹熊尚夫 Charl Wolhunter, Nikolay Popov, Maria Manson, Bruno Leutwyler 著者:Erwin H. Epstein, Sofia Vrcelj 他69名 , "Comparative Education at Universities in Japan",Comparative Education at Universities World Wide", 2nd Ed., 2008, 全360頁 p.229-p.236担当, Sofia;bureau for educational service, pp.229-236, 2008.06.
3. The study on Ethnic Systems of Edycation in Malaysia.
4. Multi-ethnic Co-existence and Educational role in Malayaia.
5. Comment 2 ; Accademic achievement matters of four countries ; from the viewpoint of each effort.
6. Ethnic System of Education in Japan; as the basis for comparison.