被災者調査による東日本大震災から3年目の復興進捗状況:―復興の停滞感と住宅再建における迷い-  [in Japanese] Reconstruction Progress Situation of the Third Year from the Great East Japan Earthquake by Victims' Questionnaire Survey:- Focusing on Sense of Stagnation in Disaster Reconstruction and Ambivalence in Housing Reconstruction -  [in Japanese]

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<p>We conducted a questionnaire survey of disaster victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster. We clarified victims' third-year situation and problems for disaster reconstruction. The questionnaire consists of four large elements; victims' situation during three years, feeling at the third year of disaster, decision about place of residence and reconstruction progress situation of affected area. We found that 1)around 80% of the respondent answered that "The speed of reconstruction is slower than their assumptions" or "I do not have a feeling that reconstruction is actually proceeding". The result is the statistically same as the result of the previous-year survey, 2)13.2% of the respondent did not determine the residence in the future. They have the dilemma of two options whether to leave the familiar region, to obtain the convenience of life or to remain in the region, to keep their ancestral land and the grave.</p>

<p>We conducted a questionnaire survey of disaster victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster. We clarified victims' third-year situation and problems for disaster reconstruction. The questionnaire consists of four large elements; victims' situation during three years, feeling at the third year of disaster, decision about place of residence and reconstruction progress situation of affected area. We found that 1)around 80% of the respondent answered that "The speed of reconstruction is slower than their assumptions" or "I do not have a feeling that reconstruction is actually proceeding". The result is the statistically same as the result of the previous-year survey, 2)13.2% of the respondent did not determine the residence in the future. They have the dilemma of two options whether to leave the familiar region, to obtain the convenience of life or to remain in the region, to keep their ancestral land and the grave.</p>

Journal

  • Journal of Social Safety Science

    Journal of Social Safety Science 24(0), 233-243, 2014

    Institute of Social Safety Science

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005893181
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA11542656
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1345-2088
  • NDL Article ID
    026597205
  • NDL Call No.
    Z74-B757
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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