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List of Papers
Dai YAMAO Last modified date:2021.10.28

Associate Professor / Department of Social Sciences / Department of Social Studies / Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies


Papers
1. Kinoshita, Hiroko and Dai Yamao, “A Quantitative Text Analysis on Mobilization of Electorate by Islamist Parties during the 2018 Iraqi Parliamentary Election”, Ratuva, Steven, Hamdy A. Hassan and Radmir Compel eds., Risk, Identity and Conflict: Theoretical Perspectives and Case Studies, Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 207-229., 2021.08.
2. Yamao, Dai and Shingo Hamanaka., “Political mobilization and its impact on voter turnout: A survey experiment in Iraq”, Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, online first, , Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, online first, https://doi.org/10.1177/20578911211039631, 2021.09.
3. Yamao, Dai, “Re-securitization as Evasion of Responsibility: A Quantitative Text Analysis of Refugee Crisis in Major Arabic Newspapers”, Journal of Population and Social Studies, Special Issues, 2020: 1-26., 2020.10.
4. Yamao, Dai, “Regime Change and National Integration Policy: Focusing on Iraqi School Textbooks before and after the 2003 U.S. Invasion”, Keiko Sakai and Philip Marfleet eds., Iraq after the Invasion: People and Politics in a State of Conflict, London: Routledge, pp. 153-171., 2020.08.
5. Yamao, Dai, “The Conflict in Iraq and its Impact on Perception toward Statehood: Based on Poll Surveys”, Relational Studies on Global Crises Online Paper Series No. 8, Working Paper No. 4, 2019.05, [URL].
6. Yamao, Dai, “From Regional Politics to Street Demonstrations: Changes in the Iraqi Communist Party’s Political Strategies in the Post-war Era”, International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, 12 (2), pp. 147-165., 2018.09, This article analyses how the Iraqi Communist Party (ICP) altered its political strategies
in post-war Iraq. After the decline of the political presence, the ICP formed large
alliances with small parties in the third round of local and national elections, opting
to support candidates on a national scale; in doing so, the ICP achieved significant
breakthrough. The party’s election strategy not only led to the ICP’s success but also
to the overall stabilization of Iraqi party politics. After the rise of ISIS, the ICP overcame
its ideological differences with Sadrist factions that similarly stood alongside
the masses; pursuing large-scale demonstrations, the ICP found further opportunities
to carry out its political activities. The ICP has thus been adroit in adapting its
political strategies according to political and social circumstances. As Islamist groups
have seized political power and religious sentiment has spread, the ICP might be
seen as pursuing the best of strategies that remain available to it..
7. YAMAO, Dai, “Foreign Impacts Revisited: Islamists’ Struggles in Post-war Iraq”, , World Political Science Review, , 9, 1, 155-172, 2013.07, [URL].
8. YAMAO, Dai, "Iraqi Islamist Parties in International Politics: The Impact of Historical and International Politics on Political Conflict in Post-War Iraq", International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies, 6, 1, 27-52, pp. 27-52, 2012.05.
9. Yamao, Dai, "Sectarianism Twisted: Changing Cleavages in the Elections of Post-war Iraq", Arab Studies Quarterly, 34, 1, pp. 27-51, 2012.01.
10. Yamao, Dai, Transformation of the Iraqi Islamist Parties and their Framing in the Changing Regional and International Political Environments, Kyoto Working Papers on Area Studies, 16, 1-39, 2009.12.
11. Yamao, Dai, "The Hidden Surge of the Shiʻite Authority under the Ṣaddām Regime in Iraq: A Social Movement of the Second al-Ṣadr in the 1990s", Journal of Greater Middle East Studies, 1, 2, 33-77, 2009.05.
12. Yamao, Dai, "An Islamist Social Movement under the Authoritarian Regime in Iraq during 1990s: A Study on the Shiʻite Leadership of Ṣādiq al-Ṣadr and its Socio-political Base", AJAMES, 25, 1, 1-29, 2009.03.
13. Yamao, Dai, Struggle for Political Space in post-War Iraq: Contending Relation between ex-Exile Ruling Parties and Later-formed Parties, Kyoto Working Papers on Area Studies, 6, 1-29, 2009.02.
14. Yamao, Dai, "Al-Ṣadr’s Revolutionary Ideas and the Islamic Daʻwa Party in its Formative Period", Al-Ādāb, (Journal of the College of Arts, University of Baghdad), 84, 1-26, 2008.08.
15. Yamao, Dai, "Transformation of the Islamic Daʻwa Party in Iraq: from the Revolutionary Period to the Diaspora Era", Asian and African Area Studies, 7, 2, 238‐267, 2008.04.