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Post-Fukushima Realities and Japan’s Energy Future  フクシマ後の現実と日本のエネルギーの将来

'We were all in this together... - Challenges to and practices of cleanliness in tsunami evacuation shelters in Yamada, Iwate Prefecture, 2011  力を合わせてーー2011年岩手県山田の各津波避難所iおける清潔さへの目標とその実践

No More ‘Aliens’: Managing the Familiar and the Unfamiliar in Japan  ノーモア「外来人」−−日本におけるウチ・ソトの管理

Life-world: Beyond Fukushima and Minamata「いのちの世界」: フクシマとミナマタを超えて

It Is Not Chittagong Here – It Is Indonesia チッタゴンの話ではない、インドネシアのことだ

Power Politics: Japan’s Resilient Nuclear Village  権力政治 跳ね返る原子力ムラ

Meltdown: On the Front Lines of Japan's 3.11 Disaster  炉心溶融−−3.11大災害の前線で 

A Personal View of Volunteering in Iwate After 3. 11: In Whose Service?  3.11以降の岩手での奉仕活動についての個人的見解

Freedom of Hate Speech; Abe Shinzo and Japan's Public Sphere ヘイトスピーチ(憎悪発言)の自由ー安倍晋三と日本の公共空間

Truth to Power: Japanese Media, International Media and 3.11 Reportage 権力に真実を:日本メディア、国際メディアと3.11報道 Japanese translation available