TAKAKUWA Fumiko

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Jan 7, 2013 at 14:36
 
Avatar
Name
TAKAKUWA Fumiko
Degree
(BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Tokyo Metropolitan University 
 

Misc

 
Genealogical Reform in an Island of Yaeyama -Case Study of changing Social Structure -
The Japanese Journal of Ethnoligy   47(2) 157-189   1982
Fish Marchant in Southern SriLanka -Form a fishman to a trader
14 141-156   1988
"Ape Pansala! -Our Temple"-The Role and Function of Buddhist Temples in a Southern Sri Lankan Fishing Community
Bulletin of Sociology and Anthroqolgy   3    1989
The Review on the study of Okinawa Islands -Form the view point of Ethnology
11 9-22   1978
A Note on Sinhalese Society in Sri-Lanka : A Intreduction to the Study of Karava Caste
20 33-48   1983

Books etc

 
Colimbo and West Coast
/,173-190   1987   
A Changing family structure and Genealogical cognition in an Island Hatoma
1988   
"Rito",isolated island -Making the fiction through modernization and discrimination
1993   
Fishermen? Businessmen? Karava Caste of Sri Lanka
1998   
Gender in Maritime Society in Sri Lanka - Female work and Male Work
1998   

Works

 
Anthropological Survey in Southern Coastal Villages,Sri Lanka
1984 - 1985
Anthropological Survey in Coastal Villages,Sri Lanka
1991
Anthropological Survey on Fishing activity and Fisher families in Southern Coastal Villages,SriLanKa
1999

Research Grants & Projects

 
Social Structure and Social Change in South Asian maritime Community
Cultural Anthropological study in Japanese Island Community
Rural Development and Change of Folk-culture amang Yaeyama Is lands.
Globalization and "Tradition" of Food in Asia
Rural Development Project and Role of Women in Fishing Community