震災後社会における〈絆〉と〈自助〉のパラドックス:社会意識の階層的・年代的分断とその意図せざる帰結  [in Japanese] Paradox of ‹Mutual Help› and ‹Self-Help› in the Post-Disaster Society:Divisions of Social Awareness and Their Unintentional Results  [in Japanese]

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東日本大震災は,日本社会あるいは世界に大きな衝撃を与えた.それからすでに2年半が過ぎた現在,日本社会はどのような方向に向かおうとしているのか.本稿では,筆者らが2012年11月に実施した「東日本大震災からの復興に向けた総合的社会調査」の全国調査および被災三県調査の結果をもとに,震災後の社会意識の地域,社会階層,年代による分断の様相を分析した.その結果明らかになったのは,震災後の社会意識のあり方と社会階層,年代による分断の様相を分析し,その意図せざる結果としての社会的分断の再生産のメカニズムを指摘する.

     The Japanese society and the global world were badly affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake. Then two and a half years already passed. Where is the Japanese society going to leave for now? In this paper, based on the result of the national survey of "the general social survey for the revival from the East Japan great earthquake" that I carried out in November, 2012 and the survey of the three prefectures of suffering, I analyzed the aspect of the divisions of the social awareness after the earthquake by areas, generations and social classes. And the result of analysis reveals that the divisions of the social awareness reproduce by themselves unintentionally.

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  • Sociological Theory and Methods

    Sociological Theory and Methods 28(2), 289-308, 2013

    Japanese Association For Mathematical Sociology

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130004685187
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0913-1442
  • Data Source
    J-STAGE 
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