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日本の農村の再生:衰退に立ち向かう

Japans New Ruralities : Coping with Decline in the Periphery

(Nissan Institute/routledge Japanese Studies)

Manzenreiter, Wolfram (EDT)   Ltzeler, Ralph (EDT)   Polak-rottmann, Sebastian (EDT)

Routledge 2020/02
311 p. 36 illus. 24 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367341053
装丁違いISBN: 0367354187
KCN: 1038287687
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納期について
DDC: 301
KDC: C50 都市・コミュニティ
E121 都市・地域経済
D251 政治史・政治事情:日本
E191 経済史・経済事情:日本
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Annotation

Seeking to challenge negative perceptions within Japanese media and politics on the future of the countryside, this book presents a counter-argument to the inevitable demise of rural society. Including many fieldwork-based case studies, the chapters discuss topics such as corporate farming, local energy systems and public healthcare, examining the constraints and possibilities of rural self-determination under the centripetal impact of forces located both in and outside of the country.

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Seeking to challenge negative perceptions within Japanese media and politics on the future of the countryside, the contributors to this book present a counterargument to the inevitable demise of rural society. Contrary to the dominant argument, which holds outmigration and demographic hyper-aging as primarily responsible for rural decline, this book highlights the spatial dimension of power differences behind uneven development in contemporary Japan. Including many fi eldwork-based case studies, the chapters discuss topics such as corporate farming, local energy systems and public healthcare, examining the constraints and possibilities of rural self-determination under the centripetal impact of forces located both in and outside of the country. Focusing on asymmetries of power to explore regional autonomy and heteronomy, it also examines "peripheralization" and the "global countryside," two recent theoretical contributions to the fi eld, as a common framework. Japan's New Ruralities addresses the complexity of rural decline in the context of debates on globalization and power differences. As such, it will be of interest to students and scholars of sociology, anthropology, human geography and politics, as well as Japanese Studies.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Japan's new ruralities, Ralph Lutzeler, Wolfram Manzenreiter and Sebastian Polak-Rottmann Part 1: ransformations in the primary sector 2. From agribusiness to deer hunter: "Placing" food industrialization and multispecies health in Tokachi, Hokkaido, Paul Hansen 3. Corporatization as hybridization in rural Japan: The case of Iwasaka in Shiga Prefecture, Kiyohiko Sakamoto and Haruhiko Iba 4. Sea pineapples in troubled waters: On the local-global interdependencies of the sea squirt (hoya) industry in the aftermath of the 3.11 disaster, Johannes Wilhelm 5. Reclaiming the global countryside? Decline and diversification in Saga Genkai coastal fisheries, Sonja Ganseforth PART 2: Political innovations in rural Japan 6. Local renewables: Japan's energy transformation and its potential for the remaking of rural communities, Thomas Feldhoff and Daniel Kremers 7. Empowering rural cooperation: Effects of agricultural policy intervention on rural social capital, Shinya Ueno, Toshiki Osuga and Wolfram Manzenreiter 8. Sustaining healthcare in Japan's regions: The introduction of telehealth networks, Susanne Brucksch 9. Regional revitalization as a contested arena: Promoting wine tourism in Yamanashi, Hanno Jentzsch PART 3: New residents in the countryside 10. Has the island lure reached Japan? Remote islands between tourism boom, new residents and fatal depopulation, Carolin Funck 11. Fluidity in rural Japan: How lifestyle migration and social movements contribute to the preservation of traditional ways of life on Iwaishima, Shunsuke Takeda 12. Nai mono wa nai-Challenging and subverting rural peripheralization? Decline and revival in a remote island town, Ludgera Lewerich 13. Embracing the periphery: Urbanites' motivations for relocating to rural Japan, Cornelia Reiher PART 4: Conceptual interventions for a new understanding of rural Japan 14. Reinventing rurality: Hybridity and socio-spatial depolarization in northern Japan, John W. Traphagan 15. Rereading the changing Japanese rural peripheries: New approaches and actors for the future, Tolga OEzsen 16. Environmental activity gaps and how to fill them: Rural depopulation and wildlife encroachment in Japan, John Knight 17. Epilogue: Think global, act peripheral in Japan's new ruralities, Sebastian Polak-Rottmann, Ralph Lutzeler and Wolfram Manzenreiter