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 オモハン   ロバート   (男)
 O'MOCHAIN    Robert   准教授
 Robert   O'MOCHAIN

1991/07  Gregorian University Rome, Italy  ,Faculty of Philosophy (Baccalaureate)  卒業
1996/11  Trinity College Dublin  ,School of Education  ,Primary Education  卒業
2000/05  Temple University Japan  Language Education for TESOL  修士課程  修了
2005/07  Temple University Japan  Education degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology  博士課程  修了
Master’s Degree in Education for TESOL (2000/05 Temple University Japan)   Doctoral Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology (2005/07 Temple University Japan)  
2001/09/01-2006/03/31  Tokunin Lecturer, Osaka Jogakuin
2006/04/01-2012/03/31  Associate Professor, Osaka University
2012/04/01-2014/03/31  Assistant Professor, Rikkyo University
Japan Association of Language Teaching (JALT)  
Male-directed sexual violence in conflict
Connections between hegemonic masculinity and national foreign policy
Male-directed Sexual Violence in conflict;The language of invisibilization Sexual Harassment in Educational Contexts in Japan Roger Casement as a discursive event in the Irish Imaginary

 In the past, I have focused on masculinism as an oppressive force for women and sexual minority individuals in educational contexts. In the future, I would like to make connections between masculinism and violence, including sexual harassment and sexual violence in areas of conflict.
In 2019, I shall work with two ex-colleagues from another university in Japan to apply for a "Kaken-Hi" grant from the Japanese government. The main objective of the research will be to explore sexual harassment in educational contexts in Japan, with a particular focus on the causes for under-reporting of offenses.
My final research interest concerns a figure from Irish history, Sir Roger Casement, a complex individual who merits trans-disciplinary research: international studies, history, queer studies, Irish studies, and literary exploration.
Masculinities; Gender; Sexual Violence in Conflict; Heteronormativity; Language; Sexual harassment issues 
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Challenging masculinism: Narratives from within education in Japan  Lambert Academic Publishing  2010/08

Sir Roger Casement: Life and after-life of inspiration  Robert O'Mochain  エール  38, 36-56  2019/03
Sexual Harassment: A Critical Issue for EFL in Japan  Robert O'Mochain  The Language Teacher  43/ 1  2019/01
Roger Casement: Peace Profile  Robert O'Mochain  Peace Review  31/ 1  2019/01

Gender analysis of survey on university students' attitudes to sexual harassment issues  34th SIETAR Annual Conference  2019/11/09
Sexual Harassment in educational institutions in Japan  Mini-conference on Psychology, Language, and Teaching  2018/09/24
Engagement with and translation of Irish poetry texts into Japanese  Rhyme and Rhythm: Irish Poetry in Japanese Translation  2018/08/15

Certificate of Recognition as Senior Reviewer  Review of 15 Abstracts for International Academic Forum Conference on Education (October 13-15, Tokyo)  2018/06/11-2018/06/18

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2017  IR-BAR102 英語Ⅱ  演習
2017  Theme Study  演習
2017  IR-BAS102 Academic English Ⅱ  講義
 Work by the "Refugee Law Project" in Uganda demonstrates the critical need to deepen our understanding of the scope of sexual violence in conflict zones such as east Congo. On-line resources from the Project show families and communities that have been destroyed because people, both female and male, have been subject to sexual crime atrocities. While female victims have some hope of assistance, almost none is available for male victims. There is a need for more scholars to raise awareness of these issues. I would like to contribute to this discussion which is emerging in the International Relations scholarly community.

Regarding female masculinities in Northern Ireland, it is interesting to note the words of one IR scholar, Sandra McEvoy. She has interviewed female members of Loyalist paramilitary organizations in Northern Ireland and represented their experiences. If I had financial assistance, I would try to spend time in Northern Ireland and interview female members of Nationalist paramilitary organizations. Interviews could be analyzed in terms of gender narrative and also in terms of impact on inter-state relations between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
I would also like to interview men who are stakeholders in the political processes in Northern Ireland to explore narratives of self as male protector and to see if it is possible to predict situations in which gender patterns of hegemonic masculinity move to a more extreme level as “hypermasculinity”