TRAFST Vol.2 No.2 pp. 109-111


Aiming at Paradigm Shift of Value Standard
–Present, Past and Future of Japan Society of Kansei Engineering–

Hiroko SHOJI*1 and Hisao SHIIZUKA*2

*1Chuo University, Kasuga 1-13-27, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

*2Kogakuin University, Nishishinjuku 1-24-2, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

17 September 2008
24 September 2008
October 15, 2008
Kansei engineering, paradigm shift, value standard

This document introduces Japan Society of Kansei Engineering (JSKE) established on October 9, 1998. Kansei engineering is a new academic area, and it is a cross-road of interdisciplinary research. In fact, academic members of the society are specialized in such diverse fields as philosophy, education, psychology, art, politics, economy, management, natural science, medicine, physiology, chemistry, materials, mechanical engineering, information, system science, and so forth. In the framework of individual researchers, it is the role of this academic society to offer a place to discuss a common objective of contributing the society by discovering and using values of Kansei based on individual results achieved from their own aspects. This academic society unites a wide range of study areas without being caught in the restriction of conventional categories such as cultural sciences, social sciences, and natural sciences. It promotes a new meta-science and technology of Kansei engineering.

Cite this article as:
H. SHOJI and H. SHIIZUKA, “Aiming at Paradigm Shift of Value Standard
–Present, Past and Future of Japan Society of Kansei Engineering–,” , Vol.2, No.2, pp. 109-111, 2008.
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