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  • Two Essays on Indo-European Comparative Mythology : Fights and Destructions  [in Japanese]

    松村 一男

    … "Part One: In the Indian epics, the Mahābhārata and the Rāmāyana, the heroes (the Pāndavas and Rāma) represent two aspects of heroic elements (fighting and wandering) simultaneously, whereas these two aspects are represented separately in Greek epics by Achilleus and Odysseus. …

    表現学部紀要 = The bulletin of the Faculty of Representational Studies (19), 75-91, 2019-03-11

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  • Comparison of representations of coalmining in South Korea and Japan of the 1950's in the two movies "My second brother" (Jp.)/"Even the clouds are drifting" (S. Kor.) (1959)  [in Japanese]

    姜 文姫 , Kang MunHee

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    Cultures/critiques = 文化/批評 : journal of international Japanese cultural studies (9), 83-96, 2018-09

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  • Grids, Waves, and Nationalism:Some Thoughts from Listening to "Good Vibrations" in a Big Morgue

    Tanaka Masakazu

    … <p>This paper is based on my public lecture delivered at the 51st General Meeting of the Japanese Association of Cultural Anthropology at Rokko Campus of Kobe University on 29 May, 2017. … It aims to consider two different modes of sociality, <i>grid</i> … Most cases of "<i>grid</i> … are found in the disciplinary system of the state. …

    Japanese Review of Cultural Anthropology 19(1), 005-050, 2018

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  • Cultures of Shame in England and Japan (1500-1800) : Comparisons and Case Studies

    Ingram Martin

    … The project I brought to the Institute for the Comparative Studies of Culture at TokyoWoman's Christian University in 2016 was the study of shame in comparative perspective,primarily through the medium of literature. … My premise is that shame, so often associatedwith Japan, was also extremely important in early modern English culture. …

    東京女子大学比較文化研究所紀要 79, 65-79, 2018

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  • Reconstructing the Life of Uesugi Kiyoko

    GERHART Karen M.

    … Uesugi Kiyoko (1270–1342) was the mother of the founder of the Ashikaga shogunate, Takauji (1305–1358), and his brother and chief administrator, Tadayoshi (1306–1352). … Although Kiyoko lived within the vortex of a new political order that was being formed by her politically important sons in the early decades of the fourteenth century, little is known about her. …

    Japan review : journal of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies (31), 3-24, 2017

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  • Fieldwork: Expectation of and from Researcher

    Kiyosawa Kaoru

    … This paper addresses issues of linguistic research on endangered languages including ethics and conflicts between researchers and speakers of the targeted languages. … In particular, the transition of a researcher is described by comparing my fieldwork experiences on languages in vigorous use and languages in danger of disappearing. …

    語学研究 = ICU Language Research Bulletin (30), 1-12, 2016

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  • Beyond the Resentful Sibling Strife: Melville's Pierre(Special Issue Dedicated to Professor KO Sung-Ha,Professor TERAKI Nobuaki)

    SASAKI Eitetsu

    … or, the Ambiguities written by Herman Melville (1819-91) in 1852, a story that seems mono-layered but is actually composed of two different tiers. … and how did Melville involved himself through Isabel in the story of sibling strife? …

    Journal of humanities research St. Andrew's University (2), 211-244, 2015-03

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  • Conveying the Actualities of War to Children with War Fiction as Teaching Materials: The Representation of Air Raids by B-29s in <i>Otona-ni-narenakatta-otoutotachi-ni</i>  [in Japanese]

    Sudō Takashi

    <p>戦争文学教材でどこまで戦争のリアリティを感得することできるのか。教室において想像力を発動させるためには、どのような材料が必要になるのか。そうしたことを中学校国語教材『大人になれなかった弟たちに…』に即して考察した。本作品では、兵器であるB29を「美しい」と描いている。そこには当時の人々のB29に対するいかなる心情の集積があったのか、B29による空襲を体験した人々の記録や証言から探 …

    Japanese Literature 64(1), 45-56, 2015

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  • The study of The Little House : Avoidable reproduction and the growth of interconnected stories  [in Japanese]

    山田(野呂) 順子

    … because of its authentically\researched historical background, and it has enough ground to be more minutely analyzed in the\literary point of view.\The aim of my paper is to demonstrate that the patriarchy centering around the Emperor is tacitly\criticized by a little house where biological reproduction is carefully avoided and sisterhood is\idealized, while to vigorously reproduce children is recommended by the Japanese government in\time of

    人間文化創成科学論叢 18, 8-1-8, 2015

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  • Marine ecosystem history research, my research history, and academic job hunting abroad(Academic job hunting abroad (1))  [in Japanese]

    Yasuhara Moriaki

    日本生態学会鹿児島大会の「国外で研究職に就くには(2)」フォーラム(2015年3月20日)における筆者の講演内容について記す。具体的には、まず簡単な自己紹介をし、私の古生態学的手法を用いた海洋生態系史研究及び自身の研究半生[日本での学生・院生時代、アメリカ合衆国でのポスドク、香港でのPI(研究室主催者)]について概観し、最後に「国外で研究職(ポスドク、PI)に就くには」について主に私自身のアメリカ …

    JAPANESE JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY 65(3), 309-314, 2015

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  • How can the Life-History Mandala workshop facilitate people to understand each other? : Comparing the responses of college students with those of teachers  [in Japanese]

    MITACHI Mami

    … Since 2010, the author has designed and implemented the workshop named "Life-History Mandala" for different type groups of people. … Form my previous studies, it is suggested that it is important to know other's personal history to understand others. … In this study, two different types of people (teachers (age range: 20-50s) and college-age students (sophomore and junior level) who attended the workshop were asked to answer reflective questionnaires. …

    Journal of Kyosei Studies 5(5), 53-66, 2014

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  • You Want to be a Librarian?(<Special feature>Hints of Librarians)  [in Japanese]

    MORIZANE Ayano

    近年,安価な労働力として学生を雇うアルバイトとは一線を画し,学生と職員が協働して図書館を運営する学生協働という取り組みが注目され,多くの大学図書館で実施されている。筆者も大学在学中に学生協働を経験した一人だ。その時に得た経験から大学図書館員という仕事に興味を持ち,母校の大学図書館に就職して今年で3年目になる。本稿では,学生時代の実体験を振り返りながら,学生協働の意義と課題について考察するとともに, …

    The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association 64(6), 223-229, 2014

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  • A personal cross-cultural experience  [in Japanese]

    松岡 良樹 , Yoshiki Matsuoka , 湘北短期大学法人本部

    グローバル時代の今日、異文化社会間における人間関係を考察することは重要である。その前提として「異文化間コミュニケーション」を踏まえることは言うまでもない。著者はソニー勤務時代に、三ヵ国、約20 年間にわたる海外赴任生活を体験し、異文化に交わることで著者自身が成長したという実感を味わっている。1973 年から1990 年代までは日本の多くの企業が海外展開を試みた時代であり、未経験の若者がどんどん外国 …

    (33), 163-170, 2012-03-31

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  • Philosophy education for engineering students  [in Japanese]

    瀬口 昌久 , SEGUCHI Masahisa

    … This paper examines the contents of philosophy education at Nagoya Institute of Technology and proposes some ideas for improving philosophical and ethical education for engineering students. … According to a survey on the images of science and philosophy, most students think that philosophy can neither reach any agreement nor solve problems, on the one hand; …

    Nagoya journal of higher education (11), 67-82, 2011-03

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  • Rearguing Kalecki's Political Economy(<SPECIAL ISSUE>Modern Perspectives on Kaleckian Economics)  [in Japanese]

    YAMAMOTO Eiji

    … This article reargues my book, Kalecki's Politic l Economy, which was published in 2009 and a revised version of my doctoral dissertation submitted to Kyoto University in 2003. … Replying to them, this article summarizes the gist of my book and corrects some errors if necessary. … My book consists of eight chapters. …

    Political Economy Quarterly 47(4), 42-52, 2011

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  • The Study of Emerging the Image on Creating Art Works.  [in Japanese]

    船木 美佳 , フナキ ミカ , Mika Funaki

    創作研究における「イメージ」の発生の観察と考察。ならびに制作への展開について主に小説や個人体験のエピソードなどを引用しながら論考する。

    浦和論叢 (44), 81-101, 2010-01

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  • Inside Story of Development of Cell Sheet Engineering

    Yamato Masayuki

    … In order to realize true regenerative medicine, diverse research fields should be integrated for the establishment of a collective research group with various disciplines. … For example, less invasive cell sheet transplantation in clinical settings should be achieved by the utilization of computer-aided robotic surgery. …

    Journal of Japan Society of Computer Aided Surgery 7(2), 83-86, 2005

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  • Destiny as Story, Destiny as Object : Story Telling and Ritual in Afa Divination in Southern Ghana  [in Japanese]

    ISHII Miho

    本論の目的は、ガーナのエウェ民族によって行われている卜占アファを対象に、地域社会を越えて利用されている卜占の特徴を明らかにするとともに、卜占と儀礼を通して創出される多声的な語りと重層的な現実構成の可能性を考察することである。サハラ以南アフリカの卜占を対象とする先行研究の多くは、共同体における社会秩序の再生産や合意形成といった卜占の社会政治的機能を指摘してきた。一方、卜占を利用する人々の主体性に焦点 …

    Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology 70(1), 21-46, 2005

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  • A Living Story in a Life:A Case Study of a Transgendered lndividual's Life History  [in Japanese]

    ARIZONO Masayo

    … This paper reconsiders gender/sexuality theory by focusing on a transgendered individual's way of life. … It is also an attempt to extend the sociology of life history by focusing on changes in her narrative. … My task in this dissertation is to externalize their straggles with their own issues.<br> … For the purpose of analyzing changes in narrative, I introduced the approach of Narrative therapy. …

    SOSHIOROJI 49(1), 55-71,187, 2004

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  • Physiological Psychology and Dickens's Bleak House

    Nonomura Sakiko

    … This paper focuses on how maternity is narrated and defined in Dickens's Bleak House and how its representation is related to the male-dominant society of mid-Victorian England. … In the text, Dickens deals with the newly advanced theory of physiological psychology and illustrates the interplay between body and mind in the character of nervously suffering mother, Lady Dedlock, and her illegitimate daughter, Esther Summerson. …

    IVY (36), 19-43, 2003-10-31

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