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FUJIWARA Nobuyuki

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◆Research Assistant, Kinugasa Research Organization, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan

Academic Achievements


◆March 25, 2011 "Prevention of 'Medicalized' Suicide Prevention Methods and Emphasis of Duties and Responsibilities of Family Members: Its Ideological Formation," Ars Vivendi Vol.3:117-132

◆May 16, 2010 "Local Achievements and Attribution of Responsibility at the Level of Description of Acts against Medicalized Suicide," The 36th Annual Convention of the Japanese Society of Health and Medical Sociology, Yamaguchi Prefectual Universirty

◆May 25, 2009 "Spread of Psychiatric Medical Knowledge as 'Narrative' to Prevent Suicide, and the Remained Family", Asano, Hirotake & Okazaki, Nobuo (eds.) Facing Suicide (Japanese) Hihyosha, Mental Health Library 24 pp.119-128, ISBN-10: 4826505043, ISBN-13: 978-4826505048, 1890yen [amazon]/[kinokuniya](Japanese) (Reprinted)

◆February 25, 2009 "Politics of Remained Family Reasoning the Suicide Motivation" Ars Vivendi 1: 55-69

◆January 30, 2009 Materials "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences: Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth," pp.189-207, ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (eds.) Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, ISSN 1882-6539

◆January 30, 2009 Distributed Materials "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences; Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth," pp.152-69, ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (eds.) Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, ISSN 1882-6539

◆January 30, 2009 Report "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences; Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth," pp.70-84, ARIMA Hitoshi & AMADA Josuke (eds.) Special Symposium "Narrative, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. FRANK", Report Issued by Research Center Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.5, ISSN 1882-6539

◆January 25, 2009 "Spread of Psychiatric Medical Knowledge as 'Narrative' to Prevent Suicide, and the Remained Family" Seishin Iryo 53: 78-84

◆October 5, 2008 "Who Can Choose Killing Himself? The Narrative of Bereaved Family of the Accident Fatality Whose Death Was Rumored To Be a Suicide" The 24th Meeting of Japanese Association of Social Problems, Osaka Prefecture University

◆June 7, 2008 "Suicide Survivors' Difficulties in Telling Their Own Experiences: Regarding Our Society Twisted Relationship between Wounds and Truth", Special Public Opening Symposium "Narratives, Trauma and Ethics: Welcoming Dr. Arthur W. Frank", Ritsumeikan University

◆March 31, 2008 "The Debate over Mill's Vocabularies of Motive: The Politics of the Ascription of Motives"
Core Ethics 4:333-344 [abstract]

◆September 30, 2007 "Creating Meaning of Close Relative's Autoside by Surviving Relatives and its Difficulties: Referring to the Psychiatric Statement" (Abstract (Japanese)/Distributed Materials (Japanese))
The 23rd Annual Convention of the Japanese Society of Social Problems, Tokyo Jogakkan College

MATOBA Kazuko, FUJIWARA Nobuyuki & HOTTA Yoshitaro May 19, 2007 "Offense and Defense over the Bill of Death with Dignity in Britain No.1: From 2003 to 2006" (Japanese)
The 33rd Annual Convention of the Japanese Society of Health and Medical Sociology, Niigata University of Health and Welfare

◆March 31, 2007 "Suicide, Reconstruction of Meaningful Order and Vocabularies of Motive"
Core Ethics 3:301-313 [abstract]

◆October 28, 2006 "Suicide of Close Family and Method of Restoring the Order" The 79th Meeting of Japan Sociological Society, Ritsumeikan University



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