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  • Liao's Internal Circumstances and Diplomatic Strategy toward Song as gathered from Negotiations on Increasing Annual Payments between Liao and Song:Focus on Liao Chinese Liu Liufu's function  [in Japanese]

    HONG Sungmin

    … On the on hand was his loyalty to Xingzong emperor, on the other hand was his personal need to take care of Yanjing District, which was the base of his family. … <br>Because of the prevention of war between Liao and Song, the nomadic tribes of Liao became dissatisfied because they had no chance to raid Song, which meant that they could not raid its wealth. … In the nomadic states, war was associated with the raiding and the redistribution of wealth. …

    SHIGAKU ZASSHI 126(11), 41-65, 2017


  • 「黄色い葉の精霊」の「謎」:タイ北部・遊動狩猟採集民ムラブリの「起源」をめぐって  [in Japanese]

    Ito Yuma , Nimonjiya Shu


    Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology 2017(0), C25, 2017


  • The Value of a Fragment from Lu Dian's Shiliao Lu as a Historical Source : The Notebooks of Lu You  [in Japanese]

    洪 性珉

    … As the title, Old Recollections About Family History, implies, Jiashi Jiuwen is a collection of narrative passed on to Lu You from his grandfather Lu Dian 陸佃 and father Lu Zai 陸宰. … Furthermore, the account is extremely valuable for observing not only the Liao Dynasty's governance of Han-Chinese regions and the international relations surrounding it, but also its character as a nomadic state. …

    東洋学報 : 東洋文庫和文紀要 98(1), 63-89, 2016-06


  • On the Relationship between Shatuo Later Tang Dynasty and the Nine Tatars  [in Japanese]

    白 玉冬

    … The problem is 1) that there is no record of Tatar (Shiwei 室韋 in the Tang records) settlements in the Yinshan Mts, and the fact that the Yinshan region, being a mixed agricultural-pastoral area, played only a peripheral role in the nomadic states of the period, meaning that the only region capable of spawning large powerful nomadic organizations was the northern Gobi. …

    東洋学報 : 東洋文庫和文紀要 97(3), 384-360, 2015-12


  • A Little Flower in Buddha's World : A Representation of Kalmyk Buddhism Portrayed in Elena Gan's "Utballa"  [in Japanese]

    高橋 沙奈美 , Sanami Takahashi

    … Her family nomadically moved aroundthe southern part of the Russian Empire. … Hermother, Elena Gan, was also inspired by differences with the life in her"Europe," when exhausted from her non-cultural—sometimes even barbaric—nomadic life.She wrote several novels set in a strange land. …

    国立民族学博物館研究報告 40(2), 235-251, 2015


  • Comparative Characteristics of the Home Ranges of Domestic and Wild Animals in Arid and Semi-Arid Afro-Eurasian Watering Places as Hot Spots for Pasture Degradation (DESERT TECHNOLOGY 11 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE)

    HOSHINO Buho , NAWATA Hiroshi , KAI Kenji , YASUDA Hiroshi , BABA Kenji , GANZORIG Sumiya , SUR IGA , KARINA Manayeva , PUREVSUREN Tsedendamba , HASHIMOTO Miki , KAWASHIMA Kenji , NODA Jun , HAGIWARA Katsuro , SHIBATA Yuka

    … The home ranges of sheep and goats in nomadic Mongolian family are simple, elongated in shape and possess almost no track intersections. …

    沙漠研究 = Journal of arid land studies : 日本沙漠学会誌 24(1), 51-56, 2014-06


  • Turkic Army Corps in the Yuanhe Restoration of the Tang  [in Japanese]

    山下 將司

    … When one reads source materials relating to the Li family, consisting chiefly of the epitaphs of Li Guangyan and his father and elder brother, it becomes clear that by marrying into the Turkic Ashina 阿史那 clan across two generations and by becoming related by marriage to the Turkic Sheli 舍利 clan, Li Guangyan and his father and brother established close relations with Turkic groups living within Tang territory. …

    東洋史研究 72(4), 553-587, 2014-03

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  • Nomadic Pastoralism and Trade on Changtang Plateau in the Southeast Ladakh, India  [in Japanese]

    稲村 哲也

    … This research aimed to collaborate with the medical research for the further understanding of the lifestyle of nomads, such as patterns of nomadic migration, family unit, camping place, traditional barter system and its declination and changes in their lifestyle. … Chang-pa, people on Changtang plateau, used to live by nomadic pastoralism and trade. … Rupshu-pa reduced their nomadic activities along with the disappearing caravan trade. …

    ヒマラヤ学誌 : Himalayan Study Monographs (14), 114-129, 2013-03-20

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  • Adaptations to the Resource Exploration Project in Nomadic Society : Observation in S Village of West Ujimqin Banner, Inner Mongolia  [in Japanese]

    白 福英 , Fu-Ying BAI , バイ フーヤン

    … In S village, with those political changes, the production organization Hotoairu has been decomposed first into the production group, second to the family-run farm. … This paper also suggests that individual strategic adaptation to the project may loosen social bond among the nomadic people of Inner Mongolia. …

    総研大文化科学研究 (9), 99-121, 2013-03


  • The Traditional Hunting Production of the Ewenki People and Orochon People  [in Japanese]


    … The Ewenki and Orochon people belong to Altaic Manchu - Tungus family,which is an old and civilized nomadic hunting group. …

    国立民族学博物館研究報告 36(4), 457-492, 2012

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  • <b>Reunification of communities broken down by two forced migrations after the ecological migration policy in China</b>:The case of Bainuul village, Inner Mongolia, China  [in Japanese]


    … Bainuul village, where the author was born and raised and has family members still living, is one of such communities.<br> … O'voljoo refers to the place where villagers historically spent winters after nomadic seasons from spring through autumn until several decades ago. …

    Journal of Group Dynamics 29(0), 46-70, 2012


  • Grassland Vegetation and Palatability in Mongolian Grasslands  [in Japanese]

    横濵 道成 , 島田 澤彦 , 関山 絢子 [他] , Altangerel _GOMBOJAV , Purevee _ARIUNSUREN , Michinari YOKOHAMA , SHIMADA Sawahiko , SEKIYAMA Ayako , Altangerel GOMBOJAV , Purevee ARIUNSUREN

    … Therefore, to clarify the present conditions of plant resources in each region around Ulaanbaatar, we studied the relationships among vegetation and standing crop (DM), species, palatability and distances of nomadic movement of livestock. … Regarding the abandoned cultivated land (plot B-2, B-3, R), the vegetation varied remarkably from 1 species of 1 family and 3 or 4 species of 2 families to 11 species of 4 families with time and rainfall after abandonment. …

    東京農業大学農学集報 56(3), 203-211, 2011-12


  • Narratives of Changes in Life : Revisiting the "Family" in San Studies(<Special Theme>Parent-Child Relatedness: Rethinking Anthropological Approaches to Kinship and Family)  [in Japanese]

    TAKADA Akira

    … <p>This paper re-examines the concept of family/kinship in San studies by analyzing life-stories among the !Xun San living in north-central Namibia. … They asserted that the Ju|'hoan, the most famous group of San, maintained social order through simple social organizations based on family ties. …

    Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology 75(4), 551-573, 2011


  • A textual analysis of the conventions involved in the construction of "Obug-a" Mongolian Oboo (cairns)  [in Japanese]

    Borjigin Urtunasutu

    … Since ancient times,the nomadic tribes of Mongolia have deified mountains,hills,lakes. … These rites are known by the name,"Obugan takilg-a During these rites,the Mongolian people pay tribute to be the Obug-a by giving various votive offerings and pray for the well-being and health of the family,propagation of their domestic livestock,perform exorcism to drive away disease,and pray for plentiful rain. …

    Journal of Chiba University Eurasian Society (10), 359-377, 2008-03


  • A description of the history of Shabankaras in the Daftar-i Dilgusha: a study on Persian verse historiography (tarikh-i manzuma) as a historical material of the Mongol Period  [in Japanese]

    WATABE Ryoko

    … The rulers of Shabankara who had risen in the early Saljugid rule in Fars and had been in rivalry with the Salghurid atabeks of Fars surrendered to the Mongol army in the years of Hulegu's conquest, and held their sovereignty under the Ilkhanids, till the Inju family took over Shabankara in the final years of Abu Sa'id's reign. …

    The Journal of Sophia Asian studies. (25), 49-80, 2007


  • 法均と燕京馬鞍山の菩薩戒壇--契丹(遼)における大乘菩薩戒の流行 (特集 宗教と權力)  [in Japanese]

    古松 崇志

    … Three emperors, Xingzong, Daozong, and Tianzuo, each received the bodhisattva precepts, and high-ranking priests from various parts of the nation were summoned to the imperial residence 捺鉢, a grand tent, whose location was moved as the seasons changed, which was the custom of the nomadic Khitan rulers. … There precept platforms were established, where assemblies were held to confer the bodhisattva precepts on members of the royal family and bureaucratic officials who served the emperor. …

    The Journal of Oriental researches 65(3), 407-444, 2006-12

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  • <Articles>The Legitimacy of the Rule of the Muzaffarids : Changes in Policy during the Reign of Mubariz al-Din Muhammad  [in Japanese]

    杉山 雅樹

    … Because the Muzaffarids were descended from an Arab family who had migrated to Yazd during the Mongol invasion, they had no relations with the people of Yazd. … After obtaining the right to rule in Yazd, Mubariz al-Din actively started to develop relations with powerful figures in Yazd, especially a family of the Sayyids known as the Nizam, giving them economic support in the form of appointments to offices. …

    The Journal of history 89(5), 714-742, 2006-09

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  • Actual Conditions and Problems of Solar Home System-Nomadic Families in Mongolia-:-Nomadic Families in Mongolia-  [in Japanese]

    Adiyabat Amarbayar , Nakajima Masahiro , Otani Kenji , Kurokawa Kosuke

    … Here, we present the results of a questionnaire survey regarding Solar Home Systems (SHS) in nomadic families in Mongolia. … The survey was carried out in 67 nomadic families by the face-to-face questionnaire method, and 359 responses were received from nomadic families by the mail questionnaire survey method.<br>From the results, most users indicated that they were satisfied with their SHS. …

    Agricultural Information Research 15(2), 139-153, 2006


  • Reading Political Dimensions into the "Camel Fire Ritual" in Mongolia : Ambiguous Loss and a Native Anthropologist  [in Japanese]

    楊 海英 , Haiying Yang

    … The authordescribes the first type as those where a family member is physically absent, butpsychologically present because it is unclear whether they are dead or alive.The second type of ambiguous loss is where the person is physically present,but psychologically absent, as exemplified by patients of Alzheimer's disease.In this paper, I would like to propose that Mongols living in the MongolAutonomous Region in China are also people who have been traumatisedby this sentiment of "Ambiguous Loss" like those described in PaulineBoss's book. …

    Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology. 30(4), 493-532, 2006

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  • On the Genealogical Line of Türks' Ashina Simo: The Royal Genealogy of the First Türkic Qaγanate and the Ordos Region during the Tang Period  [in Japanese]

    鈴木 宏節

    … The genealogical table of the first Turkic Qaγanate [552-630] is based on the following conclusions.At the end of the first Türks, the royal family of Ashina was divided to two main lines, namely Yixiji's and Tabo's, which politically opposed each other. … The author considers such a condition to constitute a characteristic feature of the whole periphery of Central Eurasia, where a nomadic pastoral system and agricultural civilization had come into contact and coexisted. …

    The Journal of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko 87(1), 37-68, 2005-06


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