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TOMITA Takahiro

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■Current Status:

Graduate Student, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan University

■Academic Achievements

◆March 20, 2010 "Living with Farm Animals: Livestock Business at Regional Society in Modern Mongolia"
Ars Vivendi 2:207-221

◆March 20, 2010 "Recommendation of Participating in International Conferences: Based on Experiences of Participating in CIEPO International Conference in 2009"
Ars Vivendi 2:394-396

◆March 31, 2008 "Nomadic Pastoralists and Land Privatization Policy in Post-Socialist Mongolia: A Methodological Examination of Land Use in Local Society," Core Ethics 4:213-225 [Abstract in English]

◆March 29, 2008 "Anthropological Studies on Mongolian Nomadic Society After the Market-Oriented Economic Reform: Focusing on Land Use in Local Society," Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Kinki Block Meeting (Doctoral Thesis Presentation)

◆March 15, 2008 "Nomadic Pastoralists and Land Privatization Policy in Post-Socialist Mongolia," Comparative Studies on Nomadic Pastoralists in Eurasia (Prof. Egawa, Hikari) The Last Meeting in FY 2007, Ritsumeikan University

◆February 12, 2008 "Use and Management of Normadic Land in Local Society at the Time of Structure Shift: A Case in Bulgan District of Post-Socialist Mongolia," Change of Land and Environment Use in Post Colonialism: Building Assessment Method to Their Influence Today (Prof. Watanabe, Kozo), The 3rd Meeting in FY 2007, Ritsumeikan University

◆May 28, 2007 "Inconsistency between State Land Policy and Local Land Implementation in Mongolia," THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON TURKIC CIVILIZATION: Globalization and Turkic Civilization, Kyrgyzstan-Turkey MANAS University, Bishkek

◆January 29, 2007 "Land Privatization Policy in Post-Socialist Mongolia and Flexibility in Pastoral Land Use for Nomadic People: A Case Study in Bulgan District," Study Group on Land, The 1st Meeting in FY 2006, Ritsumeikan University

■Projects

◆Fund for Assisting Young Researchers' Global Research Activities
FY2008 "Normadic Land Use and Management at the Time of Structure Shift in Mongolia", Study Region: Mongol


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