Two-Level Game Analysis of the Futenma Relocation Issue Under the Hatoyama Cabinet

Shinoda, Tomohito (2014): „Searching for a Dream Plan: Two-Level Game Analysis of the Futenma Relocation Issue Under the Hatoyama Cabinet“. In: Japanese Journal of Political Science 15: 1. 51–67.  Two-Level Game Analysis of the Futenma Relocation Issue Under the Hatoyama Cabinet weiterlesen

Lifelong Learning in Tokyo. A Satisfying Engagement with Action Research in Japan

Ogawa, Akihiro (2013): “Lifelong Learning in Tokyo. A Satisfying Engagement with Action Research in Japan”. In: Anthropology in Action, 20: 2 (Summer 2013). 46–57. Lifelong Learning in Tokyo. A Satisfying Engagement with Action Research in Japan weiterlesen

Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs

Nemoto, Kumiko; Fuwa, Makiko und Kuniko Ishiguro (2013): „Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs and Ambivalence Towards Matrimony in Japan“. In: Journal of Family Issues 34:12. 1673–1695. Never-Married Employed Men’s Gender Beliefs weiterlesen

Bodies, Technologies, and Aging in Japan

Long, Susan Orpett (2012): “Bodies, Technologies, and Aging in Japan: Thinking About Old People and Their Silver Products”. In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 27: 2, 119–137. Bodies, Technologies, and Aging in Japan weiterlesen

Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage

Takeda, Atsushi (2013): „Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage“. In: Qualitative Research 13: 3. 285–298. Reflexivity: unmarried Japanese male interviewing married Japanese women about international marriage weiterlesen

Aufsätze aus Minikomi 2012: Schwerpunkt Okinawa

Die Ausgabe 82 der Zeitschrift Minikomi, herausgegeben vom Akademischen Arbeitskreis Japan der Österreichischen Japangesellschaft für Wissenschaft und Kunst, befasst sich  mit dem Themenschwerpunkt  Okinawa. In dieser Ausgabe finden sich Aufsätze von neun Autoren in englischer bzw. deutscher Sprache, die sich  der Region Okinawa in erster Linie aus kulturwissenschaftlicher Perspektive annähern. In dieser Rezension sollen einige dieser Aufsätze vorgestellt werden.  Aufsätze aus Minikomi 2012: Schwerpunkt Okinawa weiterlesen

Facing Nuclear Risks: Lessons from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Hasegawa, Koichi (2012): „Facing Nuclear Risks: Lessons from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster“. In: International Journal of Japanese Sociology 21. 84–91.  Facing Nuclear Risks: Lessons from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster weiterlesen

The Asian Values Thesis Revisited

Welzel, Christian (2011): „The Asian Values Thesis Revisited: Evidence from the World Values Surveys“. In: Japanese Journal of Political Science 12: I. 1–31.  The Asian Values Thesis Revisited weiterlesen

The Professional Wrestler Rikidôzan as a Site of Memory

Thompson, Lee (2011): „The Professional Wrestler Rikidôzan as a Site of Memory“. In: Sport in Society 14: 4. 532–541.  The Professional Wrestler Rikidôzan as a Site of Memory weiterlesen

Remembering, glorifying, and forgetting Japanese Olympian war dead

Skabelund, Aaron (2011): „“By running…/by fighting…/by dying…“: remembering, glorifying, and forgetting Japanese Olympian war dead“. In: Sport in Society 14: 4. 504–517.  Remembering, glorifying, and forgetting Japanese Olympian war dead weiterlesen