SUENARI Michio

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SUENARI Michio
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Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1972
 - 
1990
University of the Sacred Heart Lecturer,
 
 
   
 
Associate Professor, Professor
 
1990
 - 
1998
Institute of Oriental Studies, University of
 
 
   
 
Tokyo, Professor
 
1998
 - 
2001
Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University,
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1970
Graduate School, Division of Sociology, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1962
Faculty of Liberal Arts, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
The Cult of Aucestors in Taiwan(1)/(2)
50(52)    1977
1977-1978
The Solidarity of a Fishing Village, Tongp'o on the East Coast of Korea
   1982
Bon Festival Dance and Age Grade System of a Fishing Village of a Tsushima Island
57-58    1981
Cognatic Kinship System among the Puyuma, Taiwan
35(2)    1970
Family and the first Child Inheritance among the Paiwan
59    1973

Books etc

 
The Social Organization and the Change of the Ami in Taiwan
1983   
Dozoku(a localized kinship group in Japan)
1979   
On Earth God : A Case Study among the Hakka in Taiwan
Ethnic Cultures in the World : Ethnographies of Ritual and Tradition. (Shogakkan)   1990   
Freedman, Maurice ┣DBLineage Organization in Southeastern China(/)-┫DB, Athlone Press, 1963.
1991   
Anthropology of One's Own Society in East Asia.
Home Bound : Studies in East Asian Society. (Eds. NAKANE, C. &CHIAO Chien)   1992   

Works

 
Anthropological Fieldwork among the Puyuma & the Ami in Taiwan
1966 - 1968
Anthropological Fieldwork among a Korean Fishing Village
1979 - 1980
anthropological Fieldwork among the Hakka in Taiwan
1985 - 1986
Anthropological Fieldwork among the Hakka in Cantong province, China
1988 - 1990
Anthropological Fieldwork among the Hakka in Taiwan
1989 - 1991

Research Grants & Projects

 
Social Change among Han Chinese observed from the Peripheral Societies.
Anthropological Study of Vietnamese Society
Research on the studies of Formosan aborigines by Japanese Anthropologists after the World War II.