NAKAZAWA, Takashi

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Name
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
E-mail
t.nakazawainf.shizuoka.ac.jp
Affiliation
Shizuoka University
Section
Faculty of Informatics - Department of Socio-Information Studies
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy(James Cook University)
Research funding number
50723433
ORCID ID
orcid.org/0000-0003-2107-2735

Profile

Takashi Nakazawa is a full-time lecturer at the Faculty of Informatics, Shizuoka University, Japan. His research interests are in conflicts over locally unwanted facilities. He has studied disputes over waste disposal facilities such as incinerators and landfills in Japan. His recent research explored politics of distributive justice in the case of the “Tokyo Garbage War” and elucidated why a principle of distributive justice, In-Ward-Waste-Disposal, became influential in waste management policies in the 1970s but abandoned in the early 2000s. Currently, he is researching local politics over nuclear power plants in Japan and the siting of high level radioactive waste disposal facility.

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
May 2010
 - 
Feb 2017
Doctor of Philosophy (Social Sciences) Course, James Cook University
 

Published Papers

 
NAKAZAWA, Takashi & TATSUMI, Tomoyuki
Proceedings of 2019 IEEE International Conference on Agents   27-32   2019   [Refereed]
LEE, Hao, NAKAZAWA, Takashi
Proceedings of International Simulation and Gaming Association 49th Annual Conference 2018   428-437   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
Local Environment   23(8) 846-860   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
Local residents often oppose some types of facilities because of their negative side effects, even though they are claimed to be necessary for the public good. These facilities are known as locally unwanted-land-uses, and local opposition to them ...
Takashi Nakazawa
Local Environment   22(2) 225-239   Feb 2017   [Refereed]
© 2016 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This study explores the politics of distributive fairness in Locally-Unwanted-Land-Uses (LULUs) siting by looking into how a movement in LULU disputes changes its attitude towards a f...
NAKAZAWA Takashi
James Cook University      Feb 2017
Takashi Nakazawa
Proceedings - 2016 International Conference on Agents, ICA 2016   131-134   Jan 2017   [Refereed]
© 2016 IEEE. The objective of this study is to explore how different claims on distributive justice conflict with one another in disputes over locally unwanted facility siting. By comparing three conflicts over waste disposal facilities in Japan, ...
NAKAZAWA Takashi
Environmental Sociology   3(3) 213-225   May 2017   [Refereed]
Takashi Nakazawa
Environmental Politics   25(3) 513-534   May 2016   [Refereed]
© 2015 Taylor & Francis. Distributive justice is a crucial aspect of disputes over locally unwanted land uses. This study examines the rise and fall in influence of a particular idea of distributive justice that originated in the 23 wards of Tok...
中澤 高師
情報学研究   20 91-95   Mar 2015

Books etc

 
Waste and Distributive Justice in Asia: In-Ward Waste Disposal in Tokyo
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
Routledge   Feb 2018   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
An Analysis on the Historical Role of a Local Organization in the Local Acceptance of Hamaoka Nuclear Power Plants
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
The Fifth Biennial Conference of East Asian Environmental History (EAEH 2019)   27 Oct 2019   
NAKAZAWA, Takashi, TATSUMI, Tomoyuki
7th International Symposium on Environmental Sociology in East Asia (ISESEA 7th)   26 Oct 2019   
What is against an Idea of Distributive Justice?: Local Responses to In-W ard-Waste-Disposal in Tokyo
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
The Fourth Conference of East Asian Environmental History   28 Oct 2017   
Developing an Online Discussion System to Support Consensus Building: Integration and Comparison with a Mini-Publics Method
Jun 2017   
Conflicting Claims on Distributive Justice in Disputes over Locally Unwated Facility Siting Comparison of three Japanese cases
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
Proc. of 1st International Workshop on Possibilities and Challenges for Smarter and more Democratic crowd Decision-Making (SDDM2016): 131-134   Sep 2016   
How an online consensus-building system works to resolve a conflict? : Lessons and insights from NIMBY problems [Invited]
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
IEEE International Conference on Agents, 2016   Sep 2016   
What is a “local agreement”? Local politics over the restart of Hamaoka Nuclear Power Plants [Invited]
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
YFI-Forum, University of Jyväskylä   Mar 2016   
A struggle for distributive fairness in waste disposal: Koto Ward and In-Ward Waste Disposal in the 23 wards of Tokyo
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
The Third Conference of East Asian Environmental History   Oct 2015   
Distributive Equity in Waste Disposal Facilities Siting and the Perception of Necessity: In-Ward-Waste-Disposal-Principle in the 23 Wards of Tokyo
NAKAZAWA, Takashi
XVIII International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology   Jul 2014