Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

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Kihara, Tate. 2024. “Social Mobility Across the Pacific: An Analysis of Japanese Americans in the Continental United States.” Demography. 61 (3): 849-878. doi: 10.1215/00703370-11370115. [Click here for three months free access provided by the publisher]

  • Winner, Jaap Dronkers Travel Award, International Sociological Association RC28 Spring Meeting in London, April 2022

Nagayoshi Kikuko and Tate Kihara. 2023. “Economic achievement of immigrants in Japan: Examining the role of country-of-origin and host-country-specific human capital in an inflexible labor market.” Japanese Journal of Sociology 32 (1): 69-95. doi: 10.1111/ijjs.12149.

Kihara, Tate. 2022. “Socioeconomic Selectivity of Japanese Migration to the Continental United States During the Age of Mass Migration.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 48 (11): 2577-2600. doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2021.1963219.

  • First published online in August 2021
  • Winner, Social Science Japan Data Archive Excellent Paper Award, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo, March 2022

Kihara, Tate. 2022. “The Life Course Origins of the Immigrant Advantage? Parental Nativity, Parental Education, and Academic Achievement Gaps From Kindergarten to High School in the United States.” International Migration Review 56 (2):463–98. doi: 10.1177/01979183211041543.

  • First published online in November 2021
  • Winner, Alden Speare, Jr. Award, Department of Sociology, Brown University, May 2019

Jackson, Margot. I., and Tate Kihara. 2019. “The Educational Gradient in Health Among Children in Immigrant Families.” Population Research and Policy Review, 38(6), 869-897. doi: 10.1007/s11113-019-09558-7. 

Book Chapters and Other Selected Publications

Kihara, Tate. 2021. “Who intends to migrate permanently? Settlement plans of immigrants in Japan.” Pp.206-229 In Immigrant Integration in Japan: Current Status and Challenges. edited by K. Nagayoshi. Tokyo, Japan: Akashi Shoten.

Published in Japanese: 木原盾, 2021, 「誰が永住を予定しているのか――日本で暮らす移民の滞在予定」永吉希久子編『日本の移民統合――全国調査から見る現況と障壁』明石書店, 206-229.

Kihara, Tate. 2021. “The Current Status of Quantitative Research on Children of Immigrants: Comparing Japan and the United States” Pp.22-23  In The Japanese Educational Challenge in a New Global Era: Multicultural Society from a Comparative Education Worldview. edited by R. Tsuneyoshi and M. Nukaga. Tokyo: The University of Tokyo Press.

Published in Japanese: 木原盾, 2021, 「移民の子どもの定量的研究の現状と課題――日米比較から」恒吉僚子・額賀美紗子編『新グローバル時代に挑む日本の教育――多文化社会を考える比較教育学の視座』東京大学出版会, 22-23.

Tsuneyoshi, Ryoko, Fumiko Takahashi, Hideki Ito, Seulbi Lee, Maiko Sumino, Tate Kihara, Satsuki Kubodera, and Hikaru Ishiwata. 2017. ” Japanese Schooling and the Global and Multicultural Challenge: Globalization from Below.” Pp.190-213 in Globalization and Japanese “Exceptionalism” in Education: Insider’s Views into a Changing System, edited by R. Tsuneyoshi. Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Kihara, Tate, Masaya Ueno, Mayu Kawazoe.  “Comparing Xenophobia against the Chinese: Validating Contact Hypothesis in Six Asian Countries.” Pp. 87-109 in Linkage and Estrangement in East Asia, edited by S. Sonoda. Tokyo, Japan: Keiso Shobo. 

Published in Japanese: 木原盾・上野雅哉・川添真友, 2015, 「越境する中国への受容と反発──アジア六カ国のデータから問い直す接触仮説」園田茂人編『連携と離反の東アジア』勁草書房.