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Warintorn Wuwongse

Position:
- รองศาสตราจารย์ /Associate Professor

Education:
- 1980 B.A. (Comparative Education) Ocha-no-Mizu University, Japan
- 1983 M.A. (Comparative Education) University of Tsukuba, Japan

Areas of Specialization:
- Japanese Education Policy
- Contemporary Japanese Society
- Comparative Education

Employment Record:
- 1983/11-1989/2 Lectuer, Thammasat University, 2 prachan Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
- 1989/3 -1992/3 Assistant Professor, Thammasat University
- 1992/4 - Present Associate Professor, Thammasat University
- 2007/9-2007/11 Chair, Master’s Degree Program in Japanese Studies
- 2007/12 –2009/3 Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research
- 2012/10-2013/1 Acting Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research
- 2013/2-2014/1 Assistant to the Rector for Academic Affairs

Academic Work:
Articles
1. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Other Angle of Group Culture” Letter analyzing the situation of Thailand and Japan, East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University Year 7 Issue 2 (1-28 February 1995).

2. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Thai Education and Culture” Asabudai Gakkoo (20 December 1995) p. 43-48.

3. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Japanese Couple’s Life” Letter analyzing the situation of Thailand and Japan, East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University Year 8 Issue 4-5 (April-May 1996).

4. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Truth That Appeared” East Asian Studies Institute,Thammasat University Year 1 Issue 1 (January 1997).

5. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Attitude of Japanese towards Foreigners” East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University Year 1 Issue 2 (April 1997).

6. Warintorn Wuwongse, “How Japanese View Foreigners” East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University Year 3 Issue 3 (July 1997) p. 3-14.

7. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Way of Thinking between Japanese and American,” East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University Year 2 Issue 2 (April -June 1998).

8. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Educating and Molding Japanese Children” Japanese Studies, Asian Institute, Chulalongkorn University (March 2000) p. 95-114.

9. Warintorn Wuwongse, “How to Build a Child-Centered Education System” The Heart of Education Reform 1999, Ministry of Education (2000) p. 47-71.

10.Warintorn Wuwongse,Weerawan Washiradilok “Comparison of Thai and Japanese ViewpointsTowards Each Other” Faculty of Liberal Arts Year 1 Issue 1 (January-June 2001) p. 194-215.

11. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Development of Human Resources and the Third Japanese Education Reform” Journal of Liberal Arts Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat University Year 3 Issue 1 (January-June 2003) p. 22-35.

12. Warintorn Wuwongse,“Her Interest in Education of the Japanese People” the 50th Anniversary of Japanese Government Scholars’ Achievements. (2004) p. 164-167.

13. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Problem of Kidnapping Japanese to North Korea” Japanese Studies Journal Vol.1, 2004-5, East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University, p. 29-41.

14. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Collapse of the Thai Education System” Journal of Liberal Arts Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat University Year 5 Issue 1 (January-June 2005) p. 17-35.

15. Warintorn Wuwongse, “University Education Reform in Japan in the 2000s” Journal of Liberal Arts Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat University Year 5 Issue 2 (July-December 2005): p.135-155.

16. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Japanese Teachers and Education Reform in the 2000s”Journal of Asian review Asian Institute, Chulalongkorn University Year 28 Issue 2 (July – December 2007): p. 131-159.

17. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Japanese Perspective on the Quality of Thai People” Japanese Studies Network Thailand (November 2007):p.134-147.

18. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Japanese Language will never die from Thai Society” Tawan Issue 43 March 2008 The Japan Foundation, Bangkok p.2-5.

19. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Spiritual Mind to be Number One in the World of Japan” Dhurakij Pundit University Journal Year 22 Issue 67 (May - August 2008): p.91-106.

20. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Japanese Views on Finnish Teachers” Japanese Studies Network Thailand (October 2009) p.134-147.

21. Warintorn Wuwongse, “The Capability of Academic Research in the Japanese University” Japanese Studies Journal, Institute of East Asian Studies, Thammasat University Year 29 Issue 2 (October 2012-March 2013) pp. 43-61

22. Warintorn Wuwongse, “ The Cooperation between Universities and the Private Sector in Japan” Journal of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat University Year 13 Issue 1 (January-June 2013): p.104-116

23. Warintorn Wuwongse, “ A Glimpse of the Education Policy in Japan" Japanese Studies Journal, Institute of East Asian Studies, Thammasat University Year 33 Issue 2 ( July 2016-December2016)

24. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Early Childhood Education in Japan" Japanese Studies Network Journal Vol.6 no.2 (1 December2016)

25. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Differences in Cultivating Children between Japanese and American Culture” Journal of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Liberal Arts Thammasat University

Year 17 Issue 1 (January-June 2017) 26. Warintorn Wuwongse and Porranee Anekjindarat “Trends of sexual intercourse and sex education in Japanese teenagers” Japanese Studies Network Journal Vol.7 no.1 (1June2017)

Conference Presentations
1. Japanese Language Education in Thailand, International Conference on “Japanese Language Education”, Nanzan University Japan 18-19 June 1994

2. Japanese Language Curricula in Thai Universities, Southeast Asian Summit on“Japanese Language Education”, Padjajaran University Bandung Indonesia,22-25June 2006

3. Japanese Language Curriculum at Thammasat University, International Conference on “Principles and Practice in Japanese Language Education at University Level”, Bangkok, 17 October 2006

4. Where is Anocha? International Conference on “Abduction by North Korea” Tokyo Japan 11-15 December 2006

5. Raising the Quality of Thai People by means of school education, National Conference, apanese Studies Network, East Asian Studies, Thammasat University 8-9 May 2007

6. The Spiritual Mind to be Number One in the World of Japan, National Conference, Committee of Social Science and Humanities of 6 Universities Network 12 December 2008

7. Characteristics of the Japanese Language Education in Southeast Asia and Possibilities of Cooperation, International Conference on “Japanese Language Education Nagoya2012”, 17-20 August 2012

8. Round Table Discussion "Japan Studies in Global Era"1st Asia Future Conference 2013 Asia in the World - Potentials of Regional Cooperation 8-10 March 2013 Bangkok, Thailand.

9. FOREIGN LANGUAGES POLICY IN THAI EDUCATION SYSTEM, Japan ASEAN International Symposium on Education (JASE) 2015, University of Languages&International Studies-Vietnam National University, Hanoi Vietnam, 9-11Dec.2015

Books
1. Warintorn Wuwongse, Japanese for Technicians, Thai-Japanese Technology Promotion Organization, 1987, 306 pages. (Written by 4 authors)

2. Warintorn Wuwongse, Translated Text on How to Use はとが, Thai-Japanese Technology Promotion Organization, 1988, 119 pages.

3. Warintorn Wuwongse, Can I write too, Thai-Japanese Technology Promotion Organization, 1994, 60 pages. (Written by 3 authors)

4. Warintorn Wuwongse, Education and Socialization in Japan after the Second World War, Pappim, 2003, 280 pages.

5. Warintorn Wuwongse, Japanese Education Policy for Human Resources Development in the 2000s, Thammasat, 2006, 200 pages.

6. Warintorn Wuwongse, Globalization and Japanese University Reform,Thammasat, 2013, 288 pages.

7. Warintorn Wuwongse, Japan's policies on education and building its people, Thammasat, 2016, 242 pages

Journal Editors
1. Editor, Journal of Liberal Arts (2006-2008)

2. Editorial Board, Journal of Japanese Studies (2010-present)

3. Editorial Board, jsn Journal (2015-present)

Research Projects
1. Warintorn Wuwongse,“Japanese language and its demands in Thai society” East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University (1988).

2. Warintorn Wuwongse,Sumalee Passaretti Japanese Grammar for Thai students, East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University (1991)

3. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Raising Children through Cross-Culture Education” East Asian Studies Institute, Thammasat University (1996).

4. Warintorn Wuwongse,Weerawan Washiradilok “Comparison of Thai and Japanese Viewpoints Towards Each Other” Thammasat University (1999)

5. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Raising the Quality of Thai People by means of School Education” Thammasat University (2007).

6. Warintorn Wuwongse, “Globalization and Japanese University Reform ”Tsukuba University (2012)

Other Professional Activities
1. Member, Private University Evaluation Committee in the field of Japanese Language
- University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (1991 - Present)
- Payap University (2004 - present)

2. Member, Promotion Evaluation Committee (C8), Ministry of Education (2003 -present).

3. Member, Editorial Committee, Humanities Journal Kasetsart University (2006 - present)

4. Member, Academic Evaluation Committee, Kasetsart University

5. Member, Academic Evaluation Committee, Chulalongkorn University

6. Member, International Conference on the North Korea Human Rights Situation, Bangkok (January 2007 – 18 September 2007)

7. Chair, International Conference Committee “Japanese Language Education in South East Asia”, Bangkok (May 2007 – 31 October 2008)

8. Member, Committee of Social Science and Humanities of 6 Universities network(2007-2009)

9. President, Japanese Language and Culture Teachers Association of Thailand (2009-present)

10. Member, Promotion Evaluation Committee (C9), Ministry of Education (2009 - present).

11. Member, Editorial Board , Japanese Studies Network Thailand (2007-present) 12. Member, Committee of Japanese Studies Program, Thammasat University (2010-present)

13. External expert, Curriculum Development Committee, School of Applied Liberal Arts, Faculty of Education Industry, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang.

14.Guest speaker, Japanese Studies, Asian Institute, Chulalongkorn University (2007-2009)

15. Guest speaker, Japanese Studies, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University (2008-present)

16. Guest speaker in Japanese Studies, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Siam University (2012-2014)

17. Guest speaker in Japan Studies, Embassy of Japan in Thailand, (2014-present)

18.External expert, Curriculum Development Committee, Faculty of Humanities Kasetsart University (2014- present)

19. Expert in Japanese language and Japan studies academic articles in Thai universities.

20. Moderator “ International Mini-Symposium on Foreigner Abductions by the DPRK and Responses from International Community” Faculty of Social Science, Kasetsart University 17-18 November 2016

Research Activities in Japan
- 1-25 October 1991 Yokohama National Uni. (NRCT-JSPS)
- 19 Dec.1994-5 Dec.1995 Uni.of Tokyo (Japan Foundation Fellowship Program)
- 12 May-10 July 2004 Uni.of Tokyo (Japan Foundation Fellowship Program)
- 1 Dec.2011-29Feb.2012 University of Tsukuba (Visiting Scholar)

Award
- The Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendations for Promotion of Japanese Language in Thailand (2014).

E-mail
warintornw@gmail.com

Tel.
02-613-2626, 02-696-5227