Kazunori Inamasu is Associate Professor in the School of Sociology at Kwansei Gakuin University, He is also vice director of Research Center for Social Psychology and a member of Center for Studies of Political Behavior at Kwansei Gakuin University. He received a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from The University of Tokyo in 2013 for his study of Japanese ordinary voters cognitive frame to understand politics. His research focuses on the relationship between media and public opinion. He published papers in the Journals of Social Psychology and Political Science such as Political Communication, Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, and Japanese Electoral Studies. He has received society awards from Japanese Association of Electoral Studies (2009) and The Japanese Society of Social Psychology (2010).
Effects of internet use on voters information environment
Distrust in media
Relationship between foreign policy and public opinion
Relationship between moral and ideology