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Japan (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1987). 39. Kyoichi Sonoda, Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society (Tokyo: University of Tokyo ...
Health and illness in changing Japanese society. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. Steslicke, W. E. (1987). The Japanese state of health: a political- ...
Author: Carol R. Ember
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Medical practitioners and the ordinary citizen are becoming more aware that we need to understand cultural variation in medical belief and practice. The more we know how health and disease are managed in different cultures, the more we can recognize what is "culture bound" in our own medical belief and practice. The Encyclopedia of Medical Anthropology is unique because it is the first reference work to describe the cultural practices relevant to health in the world's cultures and to provide an overview of important topics in medical anthropology. No other single reference work comes close to marching the depth and breadth of information on the varying cultural background of health and illness around the world. More than 100 experts - anthropologists and other social scientists - have contributed their firsthand experience of medical cultures from around the world.
City , State , and Market : The Political Economy of Urban Society , UM American
Journal of Sociology , 1989 , 95 , 1 , July ... 89a65497 Sonoda , Kyoichi 1988
Lock , Margaret ( Rev ) 1989 Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society ...
Troubled Natures concludes that how surroundings are conceived, invoked, and enacted is subjective, highly contextual, and under continual negotiation—with suggestive implications for anthropology, social science, and environmental ...
Author: Peter Wynn Kirby
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
What does "environment" really mean in the complex, non-Western milieu of present-day Tokyo? How can anthropology contribute to the technical discussions and quantitative measures typically found in environmental studies? Author Peter Wynn Kirby explores these questions through a deep cultural analysis of waste in contemporary Japan. His parameters are intentionally broad—encompassing ideas of "nature," attitudes toward hygiene, notions of health and illness, problems with vermin and toxic waste, processes of social exclusion, and reproductive threats. Troubled Natures concludes that how surroundings are conceived, invoked, and enacted is subjective, highly contextual, and under continual negotiation—with suggestive implications for anthropology, social science, and environmental studies generally. Kirby casts his anthropological lens over two Tokyo neighborhoods, comparing environmental consciousness and conduct in communities facing specific toxic threats (real or perceived). In each fieldsite, the tension between lofty rhetoric and daily practices helps highlight the practical ambivalence of Japanese environmental consciousness. Waste practices and ideas of pollution in Tokyo tie clearly into broader social issues such as exclusionary practices, emergent lifestyle changes, recycling efforts, and novel forms of energy production. Throughout, waste and environmental health problems in Tokyo collide against diverse cultural elements linked to nature(s)—uneasy relations between animals and humans; "native" conceptions of the "foreign" and the "polluted"; reproductive challenges in the face of a plunging fertility rate; and changing attitudes toward illness and health. The book’s thoughtful inquiry into the ways in which environmental questions circulate throughout Japanese society furnishes insight into central elements of contemporary Japanese life. As for the pivotal question of how to shape environmental policy internationally, Troubled Natures reminds us that efforts to influence a society’s waste shadow must unfold over a distinctive sociocultural topography where attitudes to garbage, health, purity, pollution, and excess can impact environmental priorities in profound ways.
Sonoda Kyoichi , in his Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society , is
more the logical positivist , accepting the reality of biomedical facts and seeking
how to deal with them . The volume by Norbeck and Lock is a treasure - trove of ...
( 1976 ) Health , Medicine , Society . Warsaw : Panstowowe Wydwnictwo / Reidel
. Sonoda , K . ( 1988 ) Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society . Tokyo :
University of Tokyo Press . Stacey , M . ( 1988 ) The Sociology of Health and ...
Author: Joanne McCloskey DochtermanPublish On: 2001
Tokyo : Japanese Nursing Association Publishing Co. Sato , N. ( 1999 ) . Senmon
kango seido ( Systems for professional nursing ) . Tokyo : Igakusyoin . Sonoda , K
. ( 1988 ) . Health and illness in changing Japanese society , 2nd printing .
Author: Joanne McCloskey Dochterman
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
Chapters in this outstanding text are grouped into sections focusing on major themes. Each features an overview, a debate chapter, and several viewpoint chapters. This format gives students the opportunity fo analyze conflicting viewpoints and encourages critical thinking. The text boasts a well-known and well-respected author group, allowing students to learn from recognized leaders in the field. (Includes a FREE MERLIN website. at:www.harcourthealth.com/merlin/Dochterman/current/)
State, Civil Society and Self in Contemporary Japan R. Vij ... Sonoda, K. (1988) Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society, Tokyo: University of Tokyo ...
Author: R. Vij
Category: Political Science
Challenging conventional thought on the nature of welfare and civil society in modern Japan, Ritu Vij offers an original theoretical and historical interpretation of both. Drawing upon a neo-Hegelian understanding of the formation of modern subjectivity in political economy, this book uncovers a specific pattern of welfare provision in Japan.
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Author: Stephen Birch
Publisher: Paradigm Publications
Category: Health & Fitness
This book is a practical guide to tools, skills, and techniques common to all acupunture practice with emphasis on those that are uniquely or creatively Japanese. It is clear, direct, and completely illustrated with high-resolution close-up photography. The instructions are simple and concise so that they may be easily applied to the practice of any acupuncture tradition. Features: * Covers traditional needle techniques - filifom needling, supplementation and drainage, and needle with moxa, all with several approaches * Moxibustion is covered in detail, as are instruments, intradermal needles, press tack needles and spheres * Describes in detail highly specialised Japanese techniques such as shonishinpo (treatment techniques for children), Hiratazone therapy and Manaka wooden hammer and needle, as well as techniques such as cupping which are used throughout Asia * Introduction covers modern Japanese training and practice, including a highly useful guide to root treatment * Includes suggested treatment protocols for clinical application
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Germany . ( Source : New Social Indicators , National Life Council , 1986 , from K
. Sonoda : Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society , 1988 ) present ...
Author: Norio Shimazono
This overview of recent progress in the study of protein and amino acid nutrition focuses mainly on results obtained in Japan. Most of these data have as yet not been published in English and cover the wide research carried out in fundamentals and new production technologies, important for use in foods, feeds and clinical medicine.
This group includes South American nikkeijin (people of Japanese descent) and ... see K. Sonoda, Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society, Tokyo, ...
Author: Nanette Gottlieb
Japan is rightly regarded as one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, yet the development and deployment of Internet technology in Japan has taken a different trajectory compared with Western nations. This is the first book to look at the specific dynamics of Japanese Internet use. It examines the crucial questions: * how the Japanese are using the Internet: from the prevalence of access via portable devices, to the fashion culture of mobile phones * how Japan's "cute culture" has colonized cyberspace * the role of the Internet in different musical subcultures * how different men's and women's groups have embraced technology to highlight problems of harassment and bullying * the social, cultural and political impacts of the Internet on Japanese society * how marginalized groups in Japanese society - gay men, those living with AIDS, members of new religious groups and Japan's hereditary sub-caste, the Burakumin - are challenging the mainstream by using the Internet. Examined from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives, using a broad range of case-studies, this is an exciting and genuinely cutting-edge book which breaks new ground in Japanese studies and will be of value to anyone interested in Japanese culture, the Internet and cyberculture.
Pregnancy in Japan and Israel Tsipy Ivry. and Infant Survival In a Brazilian Shantytown. ... Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society.
Author: Tsipy Ivry
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Category: Social Science
Embodying Culture is an ethnographically grounded exploration of pregnancy in two different cultures—Japan and Israel—both of which medicalize pregnancy. Tsipy Ivry focuses on "low-risk" or "normal" pregnancies, using cultural comparison to explore the complex relations among ethnic ideas about procreation, local reproductive politics, medical models of pregnancy care, and local modes of maternal agency. The ethnography pieces together the voices of pregnant Japanese and Israeli women, their doctors, their partners, the literature they read, and depicts various clinical encounters such as ultrasound scans, explanatory classes for amniocentesis, birthing classes, and special pregnancy events. The emergent pictures suggest that athough experiences of pregnancy in Japan and Israel differ, pregnancy in both cultures is an energy-consuming project of meaning-making— suggesting that the sense of biomedical technologies are not only in the technologies themselves but are assigned by those who practice and experience them.
Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society . Tokyo : University of Tokyo
Press , 1988 . Steiner , Kurt . Local Government in Japan . Stanford : Stanford
University Press , 1965 . Steiner , Kurt , Ellis S. Krauss , and Scott C. Flanagan ,
The Sea and the Sacred in Japan: Aspects of Maritime Religion, 65–78, ... Sonoda K. (1988), Health and Illness in Changing Japanese Society, Tokyo: Tokyo ...
Author: Erica Baffelli
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Providing an overview of current cutting-edge research in the field of Japanese religions, this Handbook is the most up-to-date guide to contemporary scholarship in the field. As well as charting innovative research taking place, this book also points to new directions for future research, covering both the modern and pre-modern periods. Edited by Erica Baffelli, Andrea Castiglioni, and Fabio Rambelli, The Bloomsbury Handbook of Japanese Religions includes essays by international scholars from the USA, Europe, Japan, and New Zealand. Topics and themes include gender, politics, the arts, economy, media, globalization, and colonialism. The Bloomsbury Handbook of Japanese Religions is an essential reference point for upper-level students and scholars of Japanese religions as well as Japanese Studies more broadly.