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Mikito Terachi is a Research Fellow / Assistant Professor (Jokyo) at the Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM), International University of Japan. He specializes in the sociology of education, work and youth. He currently analyzes social images of "Doryoku (effort, work hard)" in Japanese society.
Web Site: http://glocom.academia.edu/MikitoTerachi/