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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 323

Issues and Methods in Cultural Anthropology and Ethnography: Ethnographic Studies on Japan in English and in Japanese: An Introduction
In this class, I would like to introduce various ethnographic insights of Japan by critically examining ethnographies written in English and Japanese, and to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the diversity of Japanese studies based on anthropological fieldwork by showing the various cleavages that exist between English and Japanese literature and among multiple (sub)disciplines. The focus will not be on "nihonjin-ron" but on arguments based on empirical research on specific socio-cultural situations.
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Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 323
名和 克郎
S1 S2
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東文研及総合博物館 7階・705号室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
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The first seven classes (S1) are lectures. The tentative title of each lecture is as follows. 1. Introduction 2. Anthropology on Japan, Japanese anthropology, and Japanese folklore studies 3. Japanese society written in English: some classics 4. Japanese society written in Japanese: some classics 5. Japanese society writtenby Japanese anthropologists: some current trends 6. Between anthropological theories and Japanese studies in English 7. For whom you write? Some issues on language and representation The classes in S2 will be either seminars in which participants will report on ethnographies of their interest (ethnographies not focused on Japan is acceptable) , or lectures in which I will critically introduce various ethnographies for further discussion.
授業の方法
lecture (more than one hour each time) + discussion (S1). For
成績評価方法
a paper + active participation in class
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Information will be given within each lecture.
履修上の注意
This course is held mainly as Information, Technology, and Society in Asia 323, ITASIA Course, Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies (GSII), and will basically follow the GSII academic calendar. Classes in S2 will be face to face only if all the students from abroad are able to enter Japan. In that case, classroom will be in the Hongo campus. Please visit the first lecture, or contact me beforehand.