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Tatsushi Hirono

Tatsushi Hirono

Professor

Social Work

 
Doctor of Philosophy in Social Welfare State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook
Master of Social Work Washington University in St. Louis
Master of Arts in International Relations Waseda University (Tokyo, Japan)
Bachelor of Arts in Economics Takasaki City University of Economics (Gunma, Japan)
High School Teacher, School Social Worker and Researcher
Spirituality and Social Work, International Social Work, and Suicide Prevention
Hirono, T, et. al. (2020/11). Exploring the Life and Teaching of Mahayana Buddhist in Asia (Hirono, T., Chapter: "Is Suicide a Sin for Japanese Buddhist Believers?"), Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.  
Thompson J.D., Delavega E., Colton W., Thompson L.S., & Hirono, T. (2019/11), Children with Autism and Congregations: Leaders Assessments of Knowledge, Programming, and Potentialities, Social Work & Christianity, 46(4), 39-66, North American Association of Christian in Social Work.
Hirono, T. (2019/9), Preventing Soldiers and Veterans Suicide by Pastoral Counseling and Mental Health Treatment, Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling, 73(3), 176182, SAGE Publications, New York, NY
Hirono, T. (2017/6), Interviewing Buddhist Clergy in Fukushima, Japan: Buddhist Clergys Disaster Relief Efforts from the Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Interviewing Buddhist Clergy in Fukushima, Japan: Buddhist Clergys Disaster Relief Efforst from the Nuclear Power Plant Accident. Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston New York
Hirono, T. & Blake, M. (2017/5), The Role of Religious Leaders in the Restoration of Hope Following Natural Disasters. SAGE Publication, Online Journal, NY, NY
Hirono, T. (2012/10), The Role of Religious Leaders in Suicide Prevention: A Comparative Analysis of American Christian and Japanese Buddhist Clergy, SAGE Publication, Online Journal, NY, NY
Hirono, T. (2012/7), The Role of American Christian and Japanese Buddhist Clergy in Suicide Prevention, Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston New York
Hirono, T. (2011/9), The Role of Religious Leaders in Suicide Prevention: A Comparative Analysis of American Christian and Japanese Buddhist Clergy, ProQuest UMI, Rochester, New York