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Urban Culture Research Vol. 2 – Coexistence in the Multicultural City, UCRC Yogyakarta Subcenter, Yogyakarta、120 p. 2005.

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Able Art for All, UCRC Bangkok Sub-center, Bangkok, 108 pp., 2005.

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Developing the Community to Live Comfortably in Osaka: Statistical Reports 2005, 398 pages, Sep. 2005, Nishi Nihon Shinbunsha (in Japanese)

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Studies in Urban Culture, vol. VI

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Index SKMBT_C554e15021611270
Original Articles
Sousaku Taiko and Gender: A Discussion on Position of Female Performer Mizuki KUWAHARA 2-17
Note
Contingent Employment and Homelessness Yuuji OHOKURA 18-32
Symposium
City and Human 33
Establishing Universal Ethics in the Context of Urban Culture:
The Notions of Human Dignity and Moral Autonomy in It? Jinsai’s 伊藤仁齋 Gom? jigi語孟字義 Noboru MIYAZAKI What Is the Multi-Cultural Society ?
Gregor PAUL
(tr.by Hiroyuki YAMASAKI)
34-45
What Is the Multi-Cultural Society ?: A Comparison between German and Japan Noboru MIYAZAKI 46-57
The City and Religion /Secularization and Globalization in Germany:
A Consideration of the Transformation of Religious Culture
Jan Marc NOTTELMANN 58-71
Theoretical Writings on J?ruri: Thinking about Art in Japanese Puppet Theater History Andreas REGELSBERGER 72-75
Special Articles
Contested Wisdom in Indonesian and Japanese Proverbs: A ?Linguistic-Cultural Mapping Sailal ARIMI 76-101
News 102-117
Editorial 119
Contributors 120

COE,URBAN-CULTURE RESEARCH CENTER Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences, Osaka City University, Japan Cordially Invites You to The”International School”Program, 27-29 September 2005

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Tue.27 Sept
9:30-10:00 “Keynote Speech”
Prof. Dr. Towao SAKAEHARA / Dean of Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences, Osaka City University, Japan
10:00-12:00 “Japanese Politics and Economy in the Modern Times”
Prof. Dr. Manfred Pohl / Asien-Afrika-Institut, Universitat Hamburg, Germany
13:00-16:00 “Orality and Literacy in Medieval France”
Nobutada ZUSHI (COE Fellow and PhD Candidade, Western History)“Sprach- und Literaturkultur: Am Beispiel der deutschsprachigen Schweiz in der Zeit der Reformation”
Norikazu TAHARA (COE Fellow and PhD Candidade, German Literature)
Wed.28 Sept.
10:00-12:00 “Migration and Cross-Cultural Issues”
Senior Lecturer, Dr. Rogelia PE-PUA / Head of School of Social Science and Policy, The University of New South Wales, Australia
13:00-16:00 “In Search for a New Form of Ethnic Relations: Korean Residents and Japanese Residents in Osaka”
Dr. Yuko NIKAIDO (COE Postdoctoral Fellow, Sociology)“Attitudes toward Different Cultures in Japan, Germany, and United Kingdom: Applying the Terror Management Theory”
Yuriko MUKAI (COE Fellow and PhD Candidade, Psychology)

“How Wadaiko (Japanese Drum) Is Being Accepted in USA”
Mizuki KUWAHARA (PhD Candidade, School of Asian Culture and Urbanism)

29 Sept.
10:00-12:00 “Urban Society and Conflict among Religious Groups in the Early Modern Times”
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Alexander M. VESEY / Stonehill University, USA
13:00-16:00 “A ‘Gakujin (Gagaku Musicians)’ Group of Shiten-noji Temple in the Early Modern Times”
Tatsuhiro YAMASAKI (PhD Candidade, Japanese History)“The Structure of a ‘Kawatamura’ Community in the Early Modern Times”
Satoko MITA (MA Student, Japanese History)

“Image of the Last Judgement in Post-Byzantine Art”

Miaki HAYAKAWA (PhD Candidade, Western History)

 

China Project Joint Workshop on Urbanity, Urban Change and Governance in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Osaka

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Date: 23rd and 24th August, 2005
Place: Room 355, Graduate School of Literature and Human sciences, Osaka City University
23rd (Wed.) August,
Chairperson; 231-232 TANG, 233-235 NAKAO, 236-237 CHEN
930-945 Opening Address
SAKAEHARA Towao (Dean, Osaka city University)
YAMANO Masahiko (Director of UCRC)
MIZUUCHI Toshio and NAKAO Katsumi (Head of JSPS program and director of UCRC in China, and head of Shanghai sub-center of UCRC)
945-1030 231 NING Yuemin (East China Normal University):
Current Trends in Chinese Urban Studies
(in English)
1030-1115 232 WEN Jun (East China Normal University):
Migrant Laborers in Shanghai since the 1980’s
(in Chinese with Japanese resume)
Coffee break
1135-1220 233 CHEN Ying Fan (East China Normal University):
“Penghu-Qu (The Shanty Area in Shanghai)”; Life Histories in Their Memory
(in Japanese with Chinese resume)
Lunch Break
1345-1430 234 LIN Tuo (East China Normal University):
The Reorganization and Readjustment of Living Space of the Lower Class People in the Process of Urban Renewal in Shanghai
(in Chinese with Japanese resume)
1430-1515 235 DA Liangjun (East China Normal University):
The Environmental Transition and the Present Condition of Urban Ecology in Shanghai
(in Japanese with Chinese resume)
Coffee break
1535-1620 236 NAKAOKA Miyuki (Osaka City University)
The Urban Development in Global City Shanghai: Focusing on the Rising Housing Price as a Social Problem
(in Chinese)
1620-1705 237 NISHIBE Hitoshi (Osaka City University)
The Review of Japanese Documents about Modern Shanghai before 1945
(in English)
Banquet
(1900-2130)
At an Okinawan Restaurant with music and dancing at Taisho Ward
24th (Thr.) August,
Chairperson; 241-242 NAKAO, 243-244 NING, 245-247 MIZUUCHI
1030-1115 241 MIZUUCHI Toshio (Osaka City University)
The Socio-political Context of Japanese Housing Policies for Slum and Squatter Dwellers after 1945
(in English)
1115-1200 242 MOTOOKA Takuya (Osaka City University)
Formation and clearance of “Barrack” town in Postwar Japanese city
(in English)
Lunch Break
1330-1415 243 TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Power, Space and (Re)Development: A Research Agenda
(in English)
1415-1500 244 WONG Kit Ping Tammy and TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
The Production of Prescriptive Space in Urban Redevelopment: The case of Hong Kong
(in English)
Coffee break
1520-1605 245 MAN Pui-Yee Iris and TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
The Government of Public Streets: The case of Hong Kong
(in English)
1605-1630 246 CHAN Kim-Ching TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Time-space analysis of the use of a pedestrianised street in Hong Kong
(in English with showing video film)
1630-1715 247 YAMAGUCHI Susumu (Osaka City University)
Controlling the public space: The case of “Heaven Artists” in Tokyo and street dancers in OCAT, Osaka
(in English)
Banquet
(1830-2030)
At a Korean Restaurant nearby
Co-sponsored by
Urban Culture Research Center (21st Century COE programs), OCU
Department of Geography, Osaka City University

Funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences fund for fiscal 2005
Name of program: “The construction of self-reliance support system for the aged singleton, homeless people and housing poor in the advanced capitalist East Asia regions” (project number; 16401025); http://160.193.81.127/homeless/
and COE program in UCRC, Osaka City University;

Life Histories of Families Living in the Shack District in Shanghai, Chen Ying Fang ed., A4, 217 pp., May 2005(Urban-Culture Research Center: Modern Urban Society Research Center at East China Normal University)(in Chinese)

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Practices and Challenges of Curriculum Development at Elementary and Junior-high Schools in Cities: Comparative Analyses Between China and Japan, 200 pp., May, 2005(East China Normal University)(in Chinese)

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The Practice and Task of Curriculum Development at Elementary and Junior-high Schools in Cities- A Comparative Study of Japan and China, 130 pages, Mar. 2005. (in Japanese)

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Forward 1
List of Authors 2
Chapter 1? Thoughts on Comparing China’s ‘Research Style Education’ and Japan’s ‘General Education Period’ 4
Chapter 2? Comparative Research on China’s ‘Research Style Education’ and Japan’s ‘General Education Period’ 10
Chapter 3? Antecedents of General Studies Education in Japan and Issues Related to the ‘General Education Period’ 25
Chapter 4? Development of the General Studies Curriculum in Japan? Establishing the ‘General Education Period’ and Issues Surrounding It in Urban Schools 33
Chapter 5? Using Media in General Studies 47
Chapter 6? Development of Basic School Curriculum Supported By Enterprises, Guardians, Citizen Volunteers and Local Residents 59
Chapter 7? Survey and Analysis of Research Style Education in Mainland China High Schools 74
Chapter 8? Practical Tasks and Theoretical Investigation in Research Style Education in Shanghai 91
Chapter 9? ‘Exploratory Education’ and the Path of Exploration? the Case of Jing’an No. 1 Central Primary School 121
Chapter 10? Case Study of Implementation of Exploratory Education in Middle Schools- the Example of Shanghai’s Wenlai Middle School 136
Chapter 11? From Productive Labor to Research Style Education? Historical Inklings of the Development of General Practical Activity Subjects 143

Space and Society in Shanghai Before 1949, Toshio Mizuuchi ed., 106 pages, Mar. 2005.(in Japanese)

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The Space-time World of Chinese Cities, Toru Inoue ed., 140 pages, Mar. 2005. (in Japanese)

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Sponsor’s Greeting INOUE Koichi 1
Articles
Tradition and Reform in Health NAKAMURA Keiji 2
Formation and Spatial Allocation in the Northern Wei City of Loyang SAGAWA Eiji 28
Immigrants and Change in the Lin’an (Hangzhou) Culture of the Southern Song WU Songdi 48
Food Culture in the Song Dynasty? the Development from Northern to Southern Song YAN Zhuowu 66
Nanjing’s Economy Under the Political Changes of the Ming Dynasty FAN Jinmin 80
City Defense Policy in North China at the End of the Ming Dynasty? Thoughts on Using the General Compilation of Ming Dynasty Archives (Danganzonghui) KIBI Hiroshi 102

Historical Heritage and Urban-cultural Creativity II- from Osaka to the World-, A4, 160 pages, Mar. 2005. (in Japanese)

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Cover page
Index
Introduction INOUE Koichi 1
Survey Research Reports
Utilization of Historical Legacy and Status of Museums in Metropolitan Shanghai SATO Takashi 5
Preservation and Use of the Historical Legacy in Pusan KISHIMOTO Naofumi 29
Cultural Creativity and Competition in the Multicultural City of Kuala Lumpur TAWADA Yuji 69
Historical Sites and Cultural Properties and the Development of Cultural Events at Osaka Castle and the Uemachi Upland KITAGAWA Hisashi 99
Comment
Globalization and Unifying the Citizens of a Multicultural Nation? A Comment on Tawada Yuji’s Report NAKANO Kotaro 121
The Role Museums Play in Urban Cultural Crceativity ZUSHI Nobutada 124
Discussion 127
Reference Materials 147
Colophon

Studies on Ancient Cities in China and Japan, A5, 296 pp., March 2004 (in Chinese)

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Aspects of Cultural Representation in South-East Asia (Vol. 2)  A Collection of Environmental Monographs (2), Masahiko Yamano ed., 145 pages, Mar. 2005 (in Japanese)

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Frontispiece 1
Introduction 2
(Overseas Research Reports)
Representation of Landscape and Cosmology in Thai Buddhist Temple Wall Paintings II YAMANO Masahiko 4
Chiengmai’s Soundscape (I) TABUCHI Natsuki, NAKAGAWA Shin 25
Plan and Execution of Comparative Sociology of Moving Pictures (Part 2) ISHITA Saeko 79

The Comparative Study of Cultures: Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom, Mukai Yuriko and Watanabe Mihoko eds. Urban Culture Research Center, OCU. (In Japanese)

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Proceedings of the Symposium “Language, literature and culture in urban Berlin” (jointly organized by the German Literature Society of Osaka City University and the COE-C team), A4, 45 pp. March 2005. (In Japanese)

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Vol. 6, City Law of Osaka and Hamburg, A4, 93 pp. March 2005.

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Vol. 5, Some Features of the Lifestyles and Values of Urban and Rural Dwellers, A4, 49 pp. March 2005.

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Vol. 4, Society, Education and Landscape in Modern Urban Osaka, A4, 97 pp. March 2005.

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Vol. 3, Comparative studies of the East and the West in Urban Literature, A4. 105 pp. March 2005.

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