ENOKI Miki

Last updated: Oct 3, 2013 at 18:34
 
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Name
ENOKI Miki
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy (Economics)(Ryukoku University), Master of Arts(Sociology)(Jawaharlal Nehru University), Master of Arts(Economics)(Ryukoku University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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2007
Economics, Graduate School, Division of Economics, Ryukoku University
 
 
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2000
Sociology, Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University
 
 
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2001
Graduate School, Division of Economics, Ryukoku University
 
 
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2007
Graduate School of Economics, Faculty of Economics, Ryukoku University
 
 
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2001
Graduate School of Economics, Faculty of Economics, Ryukoku University
 

Misc

 
National Integration among Exile Tibetan: Challenge of the Central Tibetan Administration in India
ENOKI Miki
Doctoral Thesis      2007
Exile Tibetan Society and the Concept of Human Seculity
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The Journal of Economic Studies of Ryukoku University   46(5) 1-18   2007
Stages of Democratic Development of Central Tibetan Administration
ENOKI Miki
The Journal of Japanese Association for South Asian Studies   (18) 144-166   2007
Refugee Issue in Bangladesh
ENOKI Miki
The Journal of Economic Studies of Ryukoku University   42(5) 1-17   2004
Buddhist Community in Contemporary India: A Case Study of Nagpur City
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Studies on Indian philosophy and Buddhist thoughts : volume in honor of professor Esho Mikogami   177-215   2004

Books etc

 
"Fighting" Buddhist in India
Fukyo-sya   2011   ISBN:978-4-89489-745-8

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Crossing over the border by the Tibetans: The mobility and survival strategy of the Exiled Tibetan in India
80th Annual Conference of Japanese Sociological Society   2007   
From Tribal Society to Modern Society: Identity formation of Exile Tibetan in India
20th Annual Session of the Japanese Association for South Asian Studies   2007   
The Role of NGOs in an Age of Globalization: A Case Study of Buddhist in India
3rd International Conference of Asian Rural Sociological Association   2007   
Democratization of Exile Tibetan Society
Annual Conference 2007 of Buddhsit Research Institute, Ryukoku University   2007   
Present Situation of Ambedkarite Buddhist in India
International Buddhists Conference, Nagpur, India   2005   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Social Changes and Upliftment of Buddhist Community in India
Project Year: 1995   
Buddhist as a people and a community has been living everywhere in the world but mostly have been living in Asia since its evolution. A segment of those Buddhist who lives in Nagpur - a city in Indian state of Maharashtra - were referred as 'Untou...
Exile Tibetan Community in India
The survey that was carried out in 1998 shows that the figure of Tibetan people who flew out of their motherland was around 122,000. Out of this figure, 85,000 people (70% of total exile population) reside in India with an exile community framewor...