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  • Cholera Epidemic and Traditional Chinese Physicians in 1920s Shanghai  [in Japanese]

    戸部 健

    … With the occurrence of various infectious diseases, China, like other nations, attempted to construct a modern health administration during the modern period, but there were often clashes between government administration and the civilian populace during the process. … These frequently involved opposition between physicians of western medicine and those who practiced traditional Chinese medicine. …

    史林 = The Journal of history 103(1), 144-176, 2020-01

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  • The Struggle to Modernize Community Medicine in Late Nineteenth-Century Japan

    Hirokawa Waka

    … Utilizing a series of community medical records of Shioya District in Tochigi Prefecture, this paper examines the postRestoration effort to modernize medicine on the local level and identifies both continuities and discontinuities in the daily practices of local physicians. … In 1874, the Meiji government issued its first comprehensive regulations for medical practitioners, which were designed to promote the Westernization of medicine. …

    UrbanScope : e-journal of the Urban-Culture Research Center (10), 26-32, 2019-05

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  • 【Article:Peer-reviewed】The Modernization of Childbirth and State Intervention in Rural China:Maternal and Child Health Policies in Shanxi Province (1949-1979)  [in Japanese]

    安 姍姍

    … This article analyzes the content of maternal and child health policies issued between 1949 and 1979 in rural areas of Shanxi Province, China. …

    奈良女子大学社会学論集 (24), 1-19, 2017-03-01


  • The Development of Obstetrics in Edo Period Japan and its Impact on Women : A focus on the Kagawa School of Obstetrics  [in Japanese]

    鈴木 則子 , 鈴木 則子

    本研究は武田科学技術振興財団「2015年度 杏雨書屋研究奨励」の助成を受けたものである。

    アジア・ジェンダー文化学研究 = Gender and culture in Asia 1, 5-17, 2017


  • A Review of Cultural Interaction between Japan and Germany in the Edo Period  [in Japanese]

    黄 逸


    文化交渉 : Journal of the Graduate School of East Asian Cultures : 東アジア文化研究科院生論集 (6), 85-98, 2016-11-30


  • Nation from the Bottom Up : Disease, Toilets and Waste Management in Prewar Japan

    BAY Alexander R.

    … The 1940 inaugural issue of the Japanese Journal of Proctology highlighted the role of healthy anuses in Japan's on-going holy war. … Japan was the pillar of the Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere, and it would culturally enlighten and direct development on the continent. … The focus of this paper is on the historical processes through which hygienic rectums became a prerequisite for national strenght. …

    Historia scientiarum. Second series : international journal of the History of Science Society of Japan 22(2), 142-158, 2012-12-31

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  • Organizational Culture and TQM Practices : A Case Study of a Sri Lankan Public Sector Hospital

    Kaluarachchi Samantha Padmasiri

    この研究はスリランカの公共病院においてTQMがどのように実行されているかを検証することを目的としている。その実行プロセスの中で、組織文化の変更が、TQMの実践にどう影響しているかを明らかにしたい。この現象を分析するにあたっては、ハバーマスの研究の調査方法を用いた。調査から、病院組織内の文化の変容は、持続的な改善を目指すTQM診療の導入プロセスの中で起きていたことが明らかになった。病院組織において結 …

    Journal of International Business 1(2), 91-116, 2009

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  • How Four Different Political Systems Have Shaped the Modernization of Traditional Korean Medicine between 1900 and 1960

    SHIN Dongwon

    … In this paper, I examine the modern formation of traditional Korean medicine and discuss the characteristics of the modernization, or modernity, of the medicine. … Third, what are the main characteristics of the modernization of traditional Korean medicine? …

    Historia scientiarum. Second series : international journal of the History of Science Society of Japan 17(3), 225-241, 2008-03-30

  • New Positioning of Ethnomedical Knowledge under Globalization: A Case Study from Kerala, India  [in Japanese]

    KASEZAWA Masato

    … <p>This article aims to describe how practitioners of ethnomedicine attempt to transform and improve their ethnomedical knowledge under globalization, through a case study from Kerala, India. … In the course of the argument, I attempt to delineate particular characteristics of the ethnomedical knowledge. … Ethnomedical knowledge tends to be displaced from local contexts and transformed into an objectified set of techniques that can be learnt and used anywhere. …

    Asian and African Area Studies 7(1), 65-91, 2007

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  • Difference between Japanese Custom and Legal Institutions over Death, the Remains and Worship of the Dead

    Namihira Emiko

    … Since the Japanese nation state started in 1868, there have been differences between customs among the Japanese people and legal institutions over 'approval' of death, treatment of the remains and worship of the dead. …

    The Sociology of Law 2005(62), 19-30,189, 2005


  • Creating a New Life through Persimmon Leaves: Living more than a "Normalized" Life(<Special Theme>Anthropology of "Caring")  [in Japanese]

    SUZUKI Nanami

    「介護」は、他者への配慮・自己への配慮といった人間関係行為の総体に関わる概念だと捉えられる。「介護」を問うことは、「全体としての生」をテーマとして、人間の身心に具体的に関わる配慮的関係のありようを再考することであり、それ自体社会的・文化的に規定された文化人類学研究の対象である。本稿では、「高齢社会問題」そのものがどのように問題化されているのか、その構造に関し検討を加えた。「介護」にかかわり、「自立 …

    Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology 70(3), 355-378, 2005


  • Saisei-Hospital(Iin) in Busan : Hospital Modernization after 1876 in Busan and Vaccination in Korea  [in Japanese]

    石田 純郎 , Sumio ISHIDA , 教養科 , The Department of Liberal Arts Niimi College

    … A Korean doctor Chi-Sugyon (池錫永, 1855-1935) learned vaccination technique at this hospital from Japanese naval doctors in 1879 and he was presented vaccine and vaccination needles from them. …

    The Bulletin of the Niimi College 26, 39-42, 2005

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  • Rethinking Comprehensive System of Traditional Medicine in Rural Japan  [in Japanese]

    NAMIHIRA Emiko

    … It took more than one century after modernization started in Japan for rural residents, in contrast with urban residents, to come to enjoy modern medicine. … The delay was caused by the geographic distance from medical institutions and the extreme shortage of medical doctors in countryside even after the national health insurance system for all the people started in 1961. …



  • Taiei Miura and Franco-Japanese friendship in psychiatry

    TAKEMASA Kenichi

    … Japanese medicine enthusiastically adopted many aspects of Western medicine, especially German, during and after Japan's modernization. … Faced with the situation of whether German or American medicine should occupythe domi-nant position in Japan, some doctors chose to establish ties with French medicine. …

    The Keio Journal of Medicine 50(1), 8-12, 2001-03-01

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  • The Present Circumstances and a Brief History of the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine  [in Japanese]

    宮下 三郎

    中国の現代化の特色は,日本の近代化と比較するとわかり易い。日本の近代化は欧米化であって,意識的に伝統を排除しようとした。中国の現代化は伝統から学び,新しい途を探ろうとしている。たとえば,中国中医研究院は1955年に設置された伝統医学の総合的な研究機関である。中国医史文献研究所,図書情報研究所、中薬研究所,中医基礎理論研究所,針灸研究所,骨傷科研究所,第一臨床医学研究所と老年医学研究所(西苑医院), …

    Bulletin of the Faculty of Sociology,Kansai University. 24(1), p131-153, 1992-09


  • Occupation and habits of alcohol drinking

    Nukada Akira , Sasaki Takeshi , Ishizaki Tatsuo , Fujiki Yukio

    … The habits of alcohol drinking were inquired 1478 old boys, who completed the secondary course before the end of World War II at two schools in Kyoto and Shiga Prefecture. …

    Nippon Eiseigaku Zasshi (Japanese Journal of Hygiene) 20(5), 311-319, 1965

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