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年度 2017 開講期 本年度休講 曜日 時限 単位 2 コード 224
授業科目 都市と農村
専攻 国際開発専攻
プログラム 農村・地域開発マネジメントプログラム
教員 上田晶子
目的・概要

This course aims at understanding urbanity, rurality and their relations from a diverse perspective. The lectures are delivered by three experts on India (Prof Ota), Indonesia (Prof Arata) and Japan (Prof Yasumoto) and examine the characteristics of urban and rural areas, and interactions and influences between urban and rural areas. 


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I. Overview (Prof Ota) 

1. Anthropology and Development (September 5)

II. Case of India (Prof Ota)

2. Villages in India (September 5)

3. Mega Cities in India and Consumer Society (September 5)

4. Village and Nationalism (September 6)

5. Ethnic Minorities in Rural Area: A Case Study in North-East India (September 6)

III. Case of food culture in Indonesia (Prof Arata)

6. Concept of "staple food" (1) :Variety of Natural Environment and Staple Crops  (September 6)

7. Concept of "staple food" (2) : Combination of Cooking and Food Materials (September 6)

8. Cooking, Cooked Dish and Menu – How to Composite a Meal (September 7)

9. Eating Pattern, Manner, and Commensality (September 7)

10. Religion and Food Taboo: Muslim Consumers’ Recognition and Behaviour over Halal Food (September 7)

IV. Case of Japan as a super aged society (Prof Yasumoto)

11. Changing forms of “family” in Japan (September 8)

12. Japanese families in a super aged society (September 8)

13. Lives of older people in urban areas and rural areas (September 8)

14. Case studies: Living with centenarian parents (September 9)

15. Wrap-up (September 9)


テキスト・参考文献など

[For the case of India]

  • Pottier, Johan. (1993). ‘The role of ethnography in project appraisal’, in J. Pottier (ed.) Practising Development: Social Science Perspectives, London: Routledge, pp. 13-33
  • Mosse, David. (2005). Cultivating development: an ethnography of aid policy and practice, London: Pluto press (Chapter 4)
  • Munshi, Shoma. (2008). ‘Yeh Dil Maange More… Television and Consumer Choices in a Global City’, in C. Jafflerot and P. van der Veer (eds) Patterns of Middle Class Consumption in India and China, New Delhi: Sage
  • Jodhka, Surinder S. (2002). ‘Nation and Village: Images of Rural India in Gandhi, Nehru and Ambedkar’, Economic and Political Weekly, 37(32), pp. 3343–53, http://www.jstor.org/stable/4412466. 
  • Biswas, Prasenjit and Suklabaidya, Chandan (2007). Ethnic Life-Worlds in North-East India: an analysis, New Delhi: SAGE (Chapter 4, pp. 153-211)

 

[For the case of Indonesia]

  • Bergeaud-Blackler, Florence et al. (eds.) (2016). Halal Matters: Islam, Politics and Markets in Global Perspective, Routledge.
  • Ishige, Naomichi (2001). The History and Culture of Japanese Food, Rutledge
  • Janowski, Monica and Kerlogue, Fiona (2007). Kinship and Food in South East Asia, NIAS Press.
  • Matsuyama, Akira, Translated by Tomomatsu, Atsunobu and Paul, Kegan (2003). Traditional Dietary Culture of Southeast Asia: Its Formation and Pedigree, London, Bahrain

成績評価

Three short assignments

 


授業での使用言語・その他

English