, KADOSAKI Yohei
& SAKURAI Satoshi
(Eds.) March 31, 2013 Histories of Regimes: Articulation for Times
, Rakuhoku Shuppan, 603p. ISBN-10:4903127192 ISBN-13:978-4-903127-19-4 1,880 yen + tax [amazon]
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This book tries to reexamine histories of major "regimes" critically by taking viewpoints of histories of minor "regimes". For example, this book does not deal with "welfare state regime", "security regime", and "global economy regime" directly nor does it conduct internal criticisms toward them. What this book intends is to draw a new dividing line
and auxiliary line on existing histories of "regimes" by applying a viewpoint of another "regime" based on people, problems or ways of life that major regimes have not paid attention to.
■Table of Contents
Introduction (by KADOSAKI Yohei & SAKURAI Satoshi)
Regime of Ars Vivendi: Economy of Labor and Social Relationship
◆Chapter １ (AMADA Josuke)
Policy on Hansen's Disease under the Process of Making a Welfare State during Wartime: Organization of Beggars' Labor/Various Labors in Urban Cities
How Do We Evaluate the Description of the History of Involved Persons?
Evaluating the History after Facing the History the Involved Persons Tell
Formation and Transformation of Honmyoji Community
Self-governing Organization of Honmyoji Community
Disappearance of Honmyoji Community
Transformation of Beggars' Labor/Various Labors under Wartime Mobilization System/System for Making a Wartime Welfare State
How to Lead a Creative History
◆Chapter 2 (KADOSAKI Yohei)
Envisaged Path toward "Regular Vocation": Takeoff by Loan
Loan by Persons who Survey
Filling the Gap of the History of Welfare Loan System: Practices and Envision Immediately after the War
Postwar Welfare Loan and Social Workers
Reduction of "Takeoff" Path of "Regular Vocation"
◆Chapter 3 (SATO Ryo)
Resettlement and Rebuilding Lives of Manshu Pioneers
Repatriate from Manshu and the Cold War between America and Russia
Human Network of Manshu Pioneers
Pioneers' Network and Rebuilding Lives
◆Chapter 4 (MATSUDA Yukiko)
Transfiguration of "the Town of Women": Apprenticeship of Kyoto Hanamachi after the War
Apprenticeship Regime of "the Town of Women"
Transition Stage of "the Town of Women"
Workers' Findings of "the Town of Women"
Transfiguration of "the Town of Women"
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Regime of Security: Age of Criticism against the Regime and its Trend
◆Chapter 5 (KOIZUMI Yoshiyuki)
Intellectual History concerning the Regime of Mental Health: Over 1969
"Criticism"/"Revolution" and "Anti"/"De"
Medicalization under Social Defense
Expansion of Mental Health: Revolution of the Academic Society （1969）
Regime of Psych and Mind
◆Chapter 6 (SAKURAI Satoshi)
The Mindset for Supporting the Existance of Death Penalty Viewed from Discussions on Flogging
Genealogy of Criminal Punishment for Infliction of Suffering
Short History concerning Thoughts of Criminal Punishment in the Meiji Era: Strategic Withdrawal of Shigejiro Ogawa
Public Opinion for Supporting Flogging: Background of Discussions on Flogging and Future History Diagnosis
Struggles over Suffering in Criminal Punishment
Death Penalty as Geyser of Principle with Hurt and Disciplinary
◆Chapter 7 (FUKUMA Yoshiaki)
Findings of "Asaichi Isobe" as a Traitor: Nihon Ansatsu Hiroku (Secret Notes on Assassination of Japan)
"Calculation" and "Incautious Thinking": Prehistory of Nihon Ansatsu Hiroku (Secret Notes on Assassination of Japan)
Birth of the Movie of "Asaichi Isobe"
Later Life of "Asaichi Isobe"
◆Chapter 8 (SAKAI Takashi)
Notes on the Snake Dance / Zigzag Demonstration
A Year of Snake Dance: 1960
Snake Dance Phase 2: from 1945 to 1960
Zigzag Demonstration and "Sit-in": Initiatives on the Street
Zigzag Demonstration: Process of Criticism and its Points
Regulation of Zigzag Demonstration and Resistance: Birth of France Demonstration
Roots of the Snake Dance
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Surrounding Regime/Regime of the Surrounding: Minorities in the Midst of Regime Transformation
◆Chapter 9 (ISHIDA Chie)
Name of the Group/Face of the Group: Social Change and Nikkei
Regime of Becoming Others: Early 20th Century
Asians in a White Country
New Figure of "Immigrants/Public" and Transformation of Regime
Between "nisei" and "nikkei"
◆Chapter 10 (KONDO Hiroshi)
Self-management Producing Aporia: Aboriginal Governing Regime Viewed from Aboriginal Embera People in Eastern Panama
System of Special Wards
Representative System and Internal Migrants
Formation of Statements that Shape an Aboriginal Community
Aporia Brought by Making Administrative Areas
◆Chapter 11 (TOMITA Takahiro)
Two Modernization in the Livestock Society in Mongolia: Shift of Development Policy and Livestock Management near the City
Shift of the National Regime
◆Final Chapter Histories of Regimes: Articulation for Times （AMADA Josuke）
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