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2017年間ランキング

【HB】丸善日本橋店×hontoブックツリー ~12人の賢者に学ぶ!~日本橋ビジネススクール(~1/13)

目次

  • Chapter 1 Toward a Balanced Assessment of Japan’s Responses to the Triple Disasters / Keiichi Tsunekawa
    • 1.Main Arguments in the Existing Literature
    • 2.Japan’s Responses to the Earthquake/Tsunami Disaster
    • 3.Japan’s Responses to the Nuclear Disaster
    • 4.Toward a Balanced Assessment
  • Chapter 2 Responses of the Central Government to the Great East Japan Earthquake / Kengo Soga
    • 1.Development of the Disaster Management Regime in Japan Prior to the 3.11 Earthquake
    • 2.Responses of the Central Bureaucracy to the 3.11 Disaster
    • 3.Transition to the Reconstruction Phase and Development Thereafter
    • 4.Japan’s Government System for Disaster Response
  • Chapter 3 Nuclear Safety Regulation before the Fukushima Accident and Post‐accident Reform / Hideaki Shiroyama
    • 1.Limits of Cross‐disciplinary Communication in the Guideline Revision
    • 2.Advances and Limits of Responses to Earthquake and Tsunami Studies
    • 3.Post‐accident Reforms to the Nuclear Safety Regulatory System
  • Chapter 4 Corporate Influence and Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident:How Has TEPCO Survived? / Hiroyuki Tagawa
    • 1.Reciprocal Consent and TEPCO’s Influence
    • 2.TEPCO’s Resistance to Deregulation of the Electric Power Market
    • 3.The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident as a Critical Turning Point
    • 4.Altered Relations between TEPCO and the State
    • 5.TEPCO’s Corporate Influence Today
  • Chapter 5 Public Policymaking for Housing Reconstruction in Disaster‐Strcken Areas in Tohoku / Michio Muramatsu ; Naoto Takeuchi
    • 1.Private Property and the Structure of State and Government
    • 2.Political Processes around the Enactment and Amendment of the Act Concerning Support for Reconstructing Livelihood of Disaster Victims
    • 3.Securing Habitable Space after the Disaster
    • 4.Self‐Initiated Housing Reconstruction
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 6 School Education after the Great East Japan Earthquake / Eiichi Aoki
    • 1.Postwar Educational Administration and Response to the Disaster
    • 2.Damage to Schools and the Recovery Process
    • 3.Response to Issues Going Beyond Recovery
    • 4.Recovery and Reconstruction in School Education
  • Chapter 7 Local Autonomy and the Complete Resident Evacuation in Fukushima / Masaki Abe
    • 1.Disaster Law System and Local‐Autonomy Law System in Japan
    • 2.Entire Town/Village Evacuation and the Relocation of Public Office Functions
    • 3.Creation of“Exceptions”by a New Legislation
    • 4.The“Temporary Town”Concept
    • 5.Evacuees’ Intention to Return Home
    • 6.Challenges Arising from Entire Town and Village Evacuation
  • Chapter 8 Japan−US Joint Disaster Relief Operations:Achievement,Limitations,and Impacts/ Narushige Michishita ; Andrea Pressello
    • 1.Japan−US Cooperation for Disaster Relief
    • 2.Impacts of Japan−US Cooperation in Japan
    • 3.Chinese Evaluation of the Japan−US Cooperation
    • 4.Assessment and Prospect
  • Chapter 9 Crisis Communication and Foreign Response / Keiichi Tunekawa
    • 1.Foreign Citizens’ Evacuative Behaviors and Their Reasons
    • 2.Reporting of the Earthquake and the Nuclear Power Plant Crisis by Foreign Media
    • 3.Judgments and Actions by Foreign Governments and Embassies
    • 4.International Crisis Communication by the Japanese Government
    • Conclusion:Toward Trustworthy Crisis Communication
  • Chapter 10 Information Media Environment and Social Capital in Times of Emergency:How They Affected Survivors’ Post‐disaster Adaptation / Ken’ichi Ikeda ; Yuki Yasuda
    • 1.Survey on Information Behavior in the Three Disaster‐Affected Prefectures
    • 2.Identifying Short‐term and Long‐term Post‐disaster Information Behavior
    • 3.Overview of Psychological and Social Adaptation Eighteen Months Later
    • 4.Anxiety and Mental Stress about the Future
    • 5.Long‐term Interpersonal and Social Adaptation
    • 6.Long‐term Effects of Media Report Content
    • 7.Analysis of Social Support
    • 8.The Media’s Contribution to Adaptation and Social Reality