IKEYA Kazunobu

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Name
IKEYA Kazunobu
Affiliation
National Museum of Ethnology
Job title
Professor,Professor
Degree
Ph.D.

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1990
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Tohoku University
 
 
 - 
1982
Faculty of Science, Tohoku University
 

Misc

 
The Ecology and the Bear Ceremony of Matagi Settlements in Northern Japan
27    1991
Hunting Activity of the San in the Central Kalahari
20(4)    1989
Zenmai Gathering and Gathering Territory in the Mountain Village of the Heavy Snow zone
20(1)    1989
The Development of commercial economy in the remote mountain villages of Japan during the Late Meiji Era
41(1)    1989
Spatial Structure of Zenmai Gathering
Science Reports of the Tohoku Univ. 7th Series.   38(2)    1988

Books etc

 
Goat Raising in the Central Kalahari San
1991   
Socio-economic changes of the hunter-gatherer through changes in agriculture
1996   
From Subsistence to Commercial Hunting
Anthropology among the natural society   1996   
Bear Ritual of the Matagi and the Ainu in Northeastern Japan
Circumpolar Animism and Shamanism Hokkaido University Press   1997   
Mobility and territoriality among hunting-farming-trading societies: the case study of bear hunting in mountain environments of northeastern Japan.
Grier,C.,J. Kim,J. Uchiyama (eds.) Beyond Affluent Foragers: Rethinking Hunter-Gatherer Complexity.pp.34-44. Oxbow Books,Oxford   2006   

Works

 
Ecological History of Mountain Areas in Miomote
1990

Research Grants & Projects

 
Political Ecology among Nomadic People