MIYAMOTO Masaru

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Name
MIYAMOTO Masaru
URL
http://ir.c.chuo-u.ac.jp/researcher/profile/00016841.html
Affiliation
Chuo University
Section
Faculty of Policy Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Literature(Tokyo Metropolitan University), Master of Arts(Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1993
   
 
- "Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University"
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1976
Social Anthropology, Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
 
 - 
1975
Social Anthropology, Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 

Awards & Honors

 
1987
15th Annual Award in Memory of Dr Kyousuke Kindaichi
 
1978
The 9th Shibusawa Prize
 

Misc

 
Indigenous Law and Native Court in Sabah: A Case Study of the Penampang Kadazan
Masaru Miyamoto
Sabah Museum Monograph: Legal Culture in South-East Asia and East Africa   21-67   Dec 2008
The Group Lynch and Conflict Avoidance in Java: From a Public Market in Yogyakarta
Miyamoto, Masaru
Managing Conflict   112-137   Aug 2003
Legal Culture in Sabah : A Case Study of the Rungus in Pitas and the Lotud in Tuaran.
Masaru Miyamoto
Cultural Adaptation in Borneo.(Sabah Museum Monograph Vol.7)   31-58   Dec 2002
The Hanunoo-Mangyan: Society, Religion and Law among a Mountain People of Mindoro Island, Philippines
Masaru Miyamoto
Senri Ethnological Studies      Mar 1988
Natural Phenomena Rituals
Miyamoto, Masaru
Pinagmulan: Enumeration from the Philippine Cultural Heritage   p.202   Dec 2013

Books etc

 
The Hanunoo-Mangyan: Society, Religion and Law among a Mountain People of Mindoro
National Museum of Ethnology   Mar 1988   
The Hanunoo-Mangyan: Society, Religion and Law of a Mountain People in the Philippines
Daiichi-shobo   Apr 1986   
Pinagmulan: Enumerations from the Philipine Inventory of Heritage
National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) and Intangible Cultural Heritge in the Asia-Pacific (ICHCAP) under the auspices if UNESCO   Dec 2013   
Legal Culture in South-East Asia and East Africa
Department of Sabah Museum   Dec 2008   
Conflict Management and Legal Pluralism: Studies in Local Societies of South-East Asia and East Africa
Chuo University   Mar 2008   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Indigenous Law and the Native Court in Sabah: An Anthropological Study of the Penampang Kadazan
Symposium on Sabah Narive Customary Rights at Univeriti Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu on 2-3 September 2013   2013   
Indigenous Law and Native Court in Sabah, Malaysia
The 9th Biennial International Conference of the Borneo Research Council, Kota Kinabalu   2008   
Legal Culture in Sabah
Rotary Club, Kota Kinabalu   2006   
Conflict Management and Group Lynch in Javanese Legal Culture: From Fieldwork at a Public Market in Yogyakarta City
"Psychosomatic Responses to Mordanization and Invention of Cultures in Insular Southeast Asia", Branch 2 of the 35th Meeting of the Japan Society of Ethnology   2001   
Legal Culture in Sabah: A Case Study of the Lotud in Tuaran
The 4th International Conference of the Borneo Research Council   1996   

Works

 
The Study of Native Courts and Legal Culture in Sabah, East Malaysia
Apr 2013
Customary Law and Native Court in Sabah, Malaysia
Apr 2005
Conflict Management and Legal Pluralism: Studies in Local Societies of South-East Asia and East Africa
Apr 2004
Psychosomatic Responses to Mordernization and Invention of Culture in Southeast Asia
Apr 1998
Socio-Economic Changes and Cyltural Adaptation in Borneo
Apr 1992

Research Grants & Projects

 
An Ethnological Study of the Muslims of Philippine origin in East Malaysia
Project Year: 2014 - 2015
This study equires into the life ways, especially the legal culture, or the conflict management by means of indigenous law, among the Philippine Muslims who ever left the Philippines and have endeavoured as part of natives of Sabah in order to fo...
The Study of the Formation of Life Zone among the Overseas Filipinos
Project Year: 2011 - 2012
This research aims at clarifying the realities of life of the Filipinos with experience of working in Japan as illegal workers, employing the method of life history study in anthropology.
Anthropological Study of Legal Cultures in Insular South-East Asia
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 1993 - 2013
This study intends to consider how conflicts are managed and how pluralistic leagal culture is created in the local societies of Insular South-East Asia, and to clarify the world view of the people that seems to give basis to their "living law".
Customary Law and Native Court in Sabah, Malaysia
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2004 - 2010
Thie study focused on the customary law and the Native Court in Sabah, Malaysia, and discussed the formation of legal pluralism in the area. It was carried out in parallel with the research projict entitled "Conflict Management and Legal Pluralism...