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    VITA KAZUO YAMAGUCHI December, 2004 ADDRESS (Home) (Office) 5635 S. Harper Avenue Department of Sociology Chicago, IL 60637 NORC/University of Chicago 1155 East 60th Street Chicago, IL 60637 (773) 256-6324 (at Stouffer Center) FAX (773) 256-6313 E-mail KYAMAGU@MIDWAY.UCHICAGO.EDU DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH August 6, 1946; in Tokyo, Japan NATIONALITY Japan PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS The United States LANGUAGES SPOKEN AND WRITTEN English and Japanese MARITAL STATUS Married (1978); Two children (1980, 1983) EDUCATION Undergraduate: University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. 1966-71. Mathematics, B.S. 1971. Graduate: University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 1974-76, 1978-81. Sociology, M.A. 1979. Sociology, Ph.D. 1981. Scholarships and Fellowships: Japan Scholarship Foundation (Nihon Ikuei Kai) Scholarship, 1962-65, 1966-70. Japanese Government Scholarship for Officials' Study Abroad (Jinji-in's Komuin Choki Zaigai Kenkyu). 1974-76. Half-tuition Scholarship, Department of Sociology, The University of Chicago, 1979-81. Ph.D. Dissertation: Committee Members: James S. Coleman (Chairman), Edward O. Laumann, and Dennis P. Hogan. Title: The Structure of Occupational Mobility. PROFESSIONAL CAREER Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago. July, 1991 - present. Faculty Research Associate, Population Research Center and Ogburn/Stouffer Center, NORC and The University of Chicago. July, 1991 - present. Faculty Research Associate, Sloan Center for Work, Family, and Children, NORC/University of Chicago. July, 1998 - present. Affiliated Faculty, The Center for East Asian Studies, The University of Chicago. July, 1991 - present.

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    Visiting Professor, Department of Commerce, Keio University, Japan, Summer 2004. Visiting Professor. Department of Sociology and The Interuniversity Center of Social Theory and Methodology. Utrecht University, The Netherlands. 2003. Member, Social Organization of Competition Faculty Board, The University of Chicago. October, 1993 – 2001. Visiting Scholar. Graduate School of Economics, Histotsubashi University, Japan. 2001-02. Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of California-Los Angeles. July, 1987 - June, 1991. Affiliated Faculty, Program of Social Statistics, University of California-Los Angeles. July, 1988 - June, 1991. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of California-Los Angeles. July, 1985 - June, 1987. Assistant Professor, Division of Sociomedical Sciences, School of Public Health, Columbia University, July, 1983 - June, 1985. Research Scientist, New York State Psychiatric Institute, August, 1982 - June, 1985. Research Associate, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University, August, 1982 - June, 1983. Section Head (Kakari-cho), Labor Force Statistics Division, Bureau of Statistics, Office of the Prime Minister, Japanese Government. 1976-1978. Lecturer, Statistical Training Institute, Office of the Prime Minister, Japanese Government. 1976-1978. Officer, Economic Statistics Division, Bureau of Statistics, Office of the Prime Minister, Japanese Government. 1971-1974. AWARDS AND HONORS Susan Colver Rosenberger Prize from the University of Chicago for the doctoral dissertation to honor "constructive and original research in sociology." 1984. Elected Member, Sociological Research Association, 1992-present. Isaac and Viola H. Stern Endowment Fund Research Grant Award, The University of Chicago. 1998. $8,000. Abe Fellowship, SSRC, 2001-2002. $98,000. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, $35,000, 2001 recipient; Used in 2002-2003. Highly-Cited Scholar, Social Science General Category, The Institute of Scientific Information. 2003. One of the top 250 individuals most highly cited during 1980-1999 in Social Sciences, general category. GRANTS National Science Foundation Grant 1. "Entry into and Exit From Family Roles", 1990-1992. Grant #: SES-9008163. $46,000 2. "Mover-Stayer Models for the Analysis of Event-History Data in Social Science Research," 1996-1998. Grant # SBR-9515341. $123,794. 3. "Some Latent-Class Models for Controlling for Selection Bias in Covariate Effects in Event-History Analysis." 1999-2001. Grant # SBR-9904948. $110,000. 4. “Development of Specific Regression Models Involving Latent Classes in Social Research.” 2003-2005. Grant # SES-0314705. $145,000.

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    The University of Chicago, Social Science Division Research Grant 1991-1992. $5,000. 1992-1993. $5,000. 1993-1994. $5,000. 1994-1995. $5,000. 1995-1996. $5,000. The University of Chicago, Social Science Division Incentive Grant 1996-1997. $3,000. The Alfred P. Sloan Center for the Studies of Parents, Work and Children 1/9 summer salary, parttime research assistantship and travel and lodging expenses to attend the annual Sloan Center Conference on Families. 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2003-2004 A grant for substituting my teaching obligations (two courses) in the Spring quarter, 2004. $30,000. Biometic Research Support Grant University of Chicago (Funds from the National Institute of Health, PHS 2 507 RR-07029-26) for project titled "Sequence Modeling of Events." 1991-1992. $2,500. The Center for East Asian Studies Research and Travel Grant, University of Chicago. 1991-1992. $3,500. 1992-1993. $3,460. 1993-1994. $5,000. 1994-1995. $5,000. 1995-1996. $5,000. 1996-1997. $5,000. 1997-1998. $5,000. 1998-1999. $5,000. 1999-2000. $5,000. 2000-2001. $5,000. 2001-2002. $5,000. 2002-2003. $5,000. 2003-2004. $5,000. Sasakawa Foundation Grant, UCLA (1) for research project entitled "Determinants of Changes in the Structure of Occupational Mobility in Japan: 1955-1975." 1987-1988. $5,000. (2) for research project entitled "Inter-firm Job Mobility in Japan." 1989-1990. $4,600. (3) for research project entitled "Job Mobility and Status Attainment in Japan." $3,450. 1990-1991. UCLA Academic Senate Grant. 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91. $3,000-3,600/per year. ISOP Small Grant, UCLA for research project entitled "Inter-firm Mobility in Japan." 1989-1990. $1,150.

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    Sasakawa Foundation Grant, UCLA (with Oscar Grusky) for research exchange with Department of Sociology, Sophia University, Japan:1988-1989. $1,910. Spencer Foundation Grant through UCLA for research project entitled "Transition from School to Work in the United States and Japan." 1985-1986. $3,000. EDITORIAL, REVIEW, AND RELATED SERVICES 1. Editorial Board Membership and Associate Editorship Advisory Editor, Sociological Methodology. 1994-2003. Consultant, Sociological Methodology, 1984-86, 1988-2003. Associate Editor, American Journal of Sociology, 1992-94. 1997-99. 2003-04. Editorial Board, American Journal of Sociology, 1991-2004. Consulting Editor, American Journal of Sociology, 1986-88. Editorial Board, Sociological Methods & Research, 1991-99. Guest Associate Editor, Journal of the American Statistical Association, December issue, 1991. Special-issue Guest Editor, Sociological Methods & Research. August issue, 1995. The special issue: Loglinear and Logmultiplicative Models: Some New Directions. Editorial Board, Rationality and Society. 1995-2004. 2.