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Ch.トゥニ&吉本光宏(共)編/福島原発事故後の惑星的空気と都市社会

Planetary Atmospheres and Urban Society after Fukushima

Thouny, Christophe (EDT)   Yoshimoto, Mitsuhiro (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/02
205 p. 12 illus. 22 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9789811020063
KCN: 1025568957
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納期について
DDC: 307
KDC: C126 リスク・テロリズム・戦争・災害
C50 都市・コミュニティ
B250 日本文学・文化
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Annotation

This collection examines the events of Fukushima in Japan in terms of urban sociology and cultural politics, both as a planetary event and a dual economic and environmental crisis which indelibly marked Japan and the wider global community. From the Contents: 1. "Dying Wisdom" and "Living Madness" by Satoshi Ukai.- 2. Nuclear Disaster and Bubbles by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto.- 3. How can I Love my Radioactive Tuna? Planetary Love in Shono Yoriko by Christophe Thouny.

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This collection examines the event of Fukushima in Japan in terms of urban sociology and cultural politics to portray the triple catastrophe of March 2011 as both a planetary event and a dual economic and environmental crisis which indelibly marked Japan and the wider global community.
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Table of Contents

1 "Dying Wisdom" and "Living Madness" by Satoshi Ukai.- 2 Nuclear Disaster and Bubbles by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto.- 3 How can I Love my Radioactive Tuna? Planetary Love in Shono Yoriko by Christophe Thouny.- 4 Brave New Sanriku: Recovering from 3.11 by Ramona Bajema.- 5 From Atomic Fission to Splitting Areas of Expertise: When Politics Prevails Over Scientific Proof by Cecile Asanuma-Brice.- 6 Reconstruction of Marginality: Tokyo Bay Area in the Great East Japan Earthquake by Tadahito Yamamoto.- 7 Ecosophy and Planetary Writing by Toshiya Ueno.- 8 In Time for the War: 3/11 After Cinema by Philip Kaffen.- 9 The Gesture from Fukushima Daiichi; The Voice in Furukawa Hideo by Doug Slaymaker.- Conclusion by Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto.