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Sociology of "Involved Persons": Through Encounters in Research

MIYAUCHI Hiroshi & YOSHII Hiroaki (Eds.) October 15, 2010, Kitaohji Shobo, 207+xvip.
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■MIYAUCH Hiroshi & YOSHII Hiroaki (Eds.) October 15, 2010  Sociology of "Involved Persons": Through Encounters in Research, Kitaohji Shobo, 207+xvip. ISBN-10:4762827304 ISBN-13: 978-4762827303 2940 yen [amazon][kinokuniya]

■Contents

From Kitaohji Shobo Website (http://www.kitaohji.com/books/2730_3.html (Japanese))
Beyond viewpoints of human relations in fieldwork or qualitative study in which "researchers" and "persons who are being studied" exist, this book discusses conditions of an "area" where there is no strict dichotomy underlying between them by examining such "places" as the social device, setting and system. It also questions the substantive significance in a research study.

■Table of Contents

Preface MIYAUCHI Hiroshi
  
Chapter 1 Can Persons who Live Side-by-side Become Involved Persons?: Through Participant Observation Research in Sex Industries  KUMADA Yoko
 Section 1 Forward
 Section 2 What Is the "Involved Persons" ?: From Lawsuits to Research Activities
 Section 3 Experiences in Research Settings
 Section 4 Conditions of “a Girl” and Self Considered through Persons who Live Side-by-side and Persons in Same Generation
 Section 5 Persons who Live Side-by-side and Involved Persons
 Section 6 Afterward

Chapter 2 How Do People Have a "Personal Background of Gender Identity Disorder"?: Focusing on "Challenging to Face a Personal History" through Audio Recording / Video Recording in Actual Counseling Settings  TSURUTA Sachie
 Section 1 Forward
 Section 2 Who Are "Involved Persons" of Gender Identity Disorder?
 Section 3 Counseling of Gender Identity Disorder
 Section 4 Activity of "Challenging to Face a Personal History"
 Section 5 Afterward

Chapter 3 Considering Relationship with Involved Persons and "Practices" as Involved Persons: Through Personal Experiences in Terms of Social Movement Theory and Environmental Sociology  NISHIKIDO Makoto
 Section 1 Forward
 Section 2 Considering Relationship with Involved Persons
 Section 3 About "Who Are Involved Persons?"
 Section 4 Contributing to Involved Persons
 Section 5 "Practices" as Involved Persons: Toward Practical Research
 Section 6 Summary: Counter-complementarity, Again

Chapter 4 What Can "Non-Involved Persons" Do?: Practicality and Sense of Involvement in Research on Agriculture / Agricultural Community  MATSUMIYA Ashita
 Section 1 The Meaning of "Non-Involved Persons" in Agriculture / Agricultural Community
 Section 2 Toward Agricultural Community
 Section 3 Fieldwork in Iwami-cho, Shimane Prefecture
 Section 4 Fieldwork in a Large Paddy Field Zone in the Center of Hokkaido
 Section 5 How Were the Voices of "Involved Persons" "Processed"?
 Section 6 Keeping Involvement as an "Involved Person" of Research on Agriculture / Agricultural Community

Chapter 5 You Are an Involved Persons, Too: To Those who Support Recursive Theory of Involved Persons  HIGUCHI Naoto
 Section 1 Uncomfortable Feeling on the Theory of Involved Persons: Where Problems Exist
 Section 2 Questions on the Theory of Involved Persons
 Section 3 Making Daily life a Field / Making a Field Daily Life
 Section 4 Encountering Involved Persons Leads you to an Involved Person

Chapter 6 "I" Want "You" to Understand: Between "Research" and "Acceptance"  NAKANE Naruhisa
 Section 1 Impossibility of a Third Person in Fieldwork
 Section 2 Sense of Involvement and Needs of Parents whose Family Members Have Disabilities
 Section 3 Generating Concept from "Resistance": Two Letters
 Section 4 How Should Researchers Face the "Desire for Acceptance"?
 Section 5 Parents Can not Be their Child and Researchers Can not Be the Involved Person, but...

Chapter 7 Those who Are Touching the Bottom Lose Voices and Provides Voices: Cruel Knots of "Aging and Frailty"  AMADA Josuke
 Section 1 Sociological Framework of "Involved Persons"
 Section 2 Bearing up what Are Difficult to Bear up and Enduring what Are Difficult to Endure in Extreme Situations
 Section 3 Self Defense Activities of People with Dementia
 Section 4 In the Gaps between "Involved Persons" and "Outside Observers"

Chapter 8 Is Media Representation an Enemy for "Involved Persons"?  ISHITA Saeko
 Section 1 Relationship between Mass Media and "Involved Persons"
 Section 2 Criticisms against Media Representation: Through News Analysis
 Section 3 Possibilities of Media Representation that Are Created by "Involved Persons"
 Section 4 "Reconnection" with the World and Recovery of "Sense of Involvement"

Chapter 9  Two Senses of Involvement in Research on Discrimination Issues  YOSHII Hiroaki
 Section 1 Forward
 Section 2 Regarding Those who Are Discriminated as Involved Persons
 Section 3 Regarding Those who Might Discriminate as Involved Persons
 Section 4 What Should Sociology of Discrimination Issues Aim at?

Chapter 10 Toward Construction of a New Model of "Involved Person" Research: Based on the "Circular Island Model"  MIYAUCHI Hiroshi
 Section 1 Forward: An Inappropriate Model in "Involved Person" Research
 Section 2 What Is the "Circular Island Model"?: Focusing on the Inland Sea
 Section 3 Loss and Repossession of the "Marine Chart”: Toward Escape from the "Inland Sea"
 Section 4 Gravity / Wind / Water Level in the "Circular Island Model"
 Section 5 Summary: Position of Researchers in "Involved Person" Research

Postface YOSHII Hiroaki


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