Titel Contemporary Japan. Journal of the German Institute for Japanese Studies Tokyo
Erscheinungsjahr 2022 Jahrgang/Heft Vol. 34 No. 2, 2022
ISSN 1869-2729 Signatur BZ029-1 DIJ-Nr. 0018696
Continuity and change 10 years after 3.11. Processes and dynamics in state-society relations Wiemann, Anna / Koppenborg, Florentine / Weiss, Tobias 127-135
Radiation moms' organizational survival for a decade. A shift from advocacy to non-advocacy activities Löschke, Ayaka 136-156
Left-libertarian values and post-Fukushima social movements. Analyzing newcomers to protests in Japan Satoh, Keiichi 157-186
Japan's Disaster Memorial Museums and framing 3.11. Othering the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in cultural memory Gerster, Julia / Maly, Elizabeth 187-209
Rethinking Japan's depopulation problem. Reflecting on over 30 years of research with Chizu Town, Tottori Prefecture and the potential of SMART Governance Okada, Norio 210-227
Family planning and life planning in contemporary Japan. The "active pursuit of pregnancy" (ninkatsu) phenomenon and its stakeholders Fassbender, Isabel 228-244