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MORISHITA Naoki

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■Current Status:

Post Doctoral Fellow at Ritsumeikan University

■Academic Achievements

◇Writings

◆March 31, 2011 "Factors in the Municipalization of a Water Supply System in a Developing Region: A Historical Study of the San Francisco Water Supply in the Pre-Progressive Era," Core Ethics 7:285-298 [PDF]

◆November 20, 2010 "Position of 'General Academic Research Group on Shiranuikai' in the History of Minamata Disease: On 'Concerted Actions' in Cultural and Social Science Research", pp.319-348,  YAMAMOTO Takanori & TAKAHASHI Shinichi (Eds.) Dynamics of "Differences": Practical Challenges of Research and Methodology on Minority, Report Issued by Research Center for Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.14, ISSN 1882-6539 ※

◆November 20, 2010 "【Round-table Talk】Ethics Imposed on Research and Questions in Practice: What Are "Researchers" who are Wandering among Participants / Involved Persons / People / Activists?", pp.222-293
Reporters / NAGATA Atsumasa & ARIZONO Masayo Specific Responders / HORIE Yuri & KITAMURA Kentaro MC / YAMAMOTO Takanori Participants / YANG Yangil, TAKAHASHI Shinichi, YOSHIDA Sachie, MORISHITA Naoki and MURAKAMI Kiyoshi

YAMAMOTO Takanori & TAKAHASHI Shinichi (Eds.) Dynamics of "Differences": Practical Challenges of Research and Methodology on Minority, Report Issued by Research Center for Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.14, ISSN 1882-6539 ※

◆March 31, 2010 "Dam Debate: Yosemite National Park, Landscape Aesthetics and the Water Supply of San Francisco," Core Ethics 6: 437-449 [PDF]/[Abstract in English]

◆March 31, 2009 "The Idea of Conservation Development: A Study of Social Groups' Confrontation over Hetch Hetchy Valley," Core Ethics 5:339-349 [PDF]/[Abstract in English]

◆February 25, 2009 "On Historical Investigation in the U.S.", Ars Vivendi 1:404-405

◆March 31, 2008 "The Origin of "Consevation" and the Establishment of the Resource Management Agency: A Criticism of Environmental Thinking in the United States of America in the Early 20th Century"
Core Ethics 4:475-484 [PDF]/[Abstract in English]

◇Proposals

◆March 13, 2010 "Hetch Hetchy: A View from Japan"(PDF), Panel Session: Across the Pacific: Cross-boundary Influences, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Environmental History and the National Council on Public History, Portland, Oregon

◆September 26, 2009 "Civil Engineer and Aesthetics of Dams," Biological Unit of the History of Science Society of Japan, Summer School 2009, Ise, Mie

◆June 7, 2008 "Analysis of Establishing Conservation Administrations," The Japanese Association for Environmental Sociology, 37th Annual Meeting, Minakami, Gunnma

◆August 4-5, 2007 "Relationship between Utilitarianism and 'Conservation'," Biological Unit of the History of Science Society of Japan, Summer School 2007, Ome, Tokyo

◆August 25, 2005 "Environmental Ethics for Connecting Thoughts to Policy," STS Network Japan, Summer Shool 2005, Takashima, Shiga

◇Overseas Fieldwork

Conducted with the Fund for Assisting Young Researchers' Global Research Activities
◆February 5 - March 12, 2008 "Study on History and Development of Environmental Resource Management", Study Region: USA
 →MORISHITA Naoki 2009/02/25 "On Historical Investigation in the U.S." (Japanese), Ars Vivendi 1: 404-405

◆March 9 - 30, 2009 "Study on Formation of Resource Management Policy Which Was Realized by 'Consevation' Concept" Study Region: USA
 →MORISHITA Naoki 2009/02/25 "On Historical Investigation in the U.S." (Japanese), Ars Vivendi 1: 404-405

◆2009 "Hetch Hetchy: a View from Japan," the American Society for Environmental History Portland Conference at the USA


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