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Accompanied self: debating Pentecostal individual and Japanese relational selves in transnational Japan2107 Ethos 45 (1): 3-23
  • Suma Ikeuchi
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
The space-time compression of Tokyo street drinking2021 Food Culture and Society 24 (1): 49-65
  • James Farrer
H6/KF [FOOD-]1751-7443in special issue 'Mobilizing the streets: the role of food vendors in urban life'
The role of Jizō statues in temple atmosphere, seen through the eyes of Sendai temple abbots2021 Folklore (Tartu) 81: 121-56
  • Alīse Eishō Donnere
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'History matters'
Socially engaged art in postcolonial Japan: an alternative view of contemporary Japanese art2021 World art 11 (1): 71-93
  • Hiroki Yamamoto
H6 [WORLD-]2150-0908
Creating a wine heritage in Japan2021 Asian anthropology 20 (1): 61-76
  • Chuanfei Wang
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin special issue 'Asian food and culinary politics: food governance, constructed heritage and contested boundaries'
Staying connected: effects of online platforms on transnational family relations and social capital2021 Contemporary Japan 33 (1): 3-23
  • Rumika Suzuki Hillyer
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
War memories and Japanese citizens' views toward the self-defense forces2021 Contemporary Japan 33 (1): 24-40
  • Satoshi Machida
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Japanese national identity and the positioning of English as opportunity or obstruction2021 Contemporary Japan 33 (1): 41-56
  • Damian J. Rivers
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Uniformity or polarization? The nuclear power debate in Japanese newspapers and political coaltions, 1973-20142021 Contemporary Japan 33 (1): 57-122
  • Tobias Weiss
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Épistemologie à la japonaise: Kanamori Osamu and the history and philosophy of science in Japan2021 Contemporary Japan 33 (1): 123-37
  • Hansun Hsiung
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Human-horse sensory engagement through horse archery2021 The Australian journal of anthropology 32 (S1): 58-79
  • Natasha Fijn
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1757-6547in special issue 'Sense-making in a more-than-human world'
Kokugaku and an alternative account of the emergence of nationalism of Japan2020 Nations and nationalism 26 (1): 263-82
  • Atsuko Ichijo
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078
Why kendō’s game rules are too complex for the Olympics: moral value and body culture in a game of honor2020 Asian anthropology 19 (1): 1-19
  • Jingyi Tian
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478X
Urespa (‘growing together’): the remaking of Ainu-Wajin relations in Japan through an innovative social venture2020 Asian anthropology 19 (1): 53-71
  • Kanako Uzawa
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478X
Introduction: queer lives in contemporary Japan2020 Asian anthropology 19 (2): 77-85
  • Sabine Frühstück
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin thematic issue ‘Queer lives in contemporary Japan’
Unqueer queers - drinking parties and negotiations of cultural citizenship by female-to-male trans people in Japan2020 Asian anthropology 19 (2): 86-101
  • Shu Min Yuen
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin thematic issue ‘Queer lives in contemporary Japan’
Queer and normal: dansō (female-to-male crossdressing) lives and politics in contemporary Tokyo2020 Asian anthropology 19 (2): 102-18
  • Michelle H. S. Ho
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin thematic issue ‘Queer lives in contemporary Japan’
Josō or ‘gender free? Playfully queer ‘lives’ in visual kei2020 Asian anthropology 19 (2): 119-42
  • Adrienne Renee Johnson
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin thematic issue ‘Queer lives in contemporary Japan’
Same-sex marriage and the question of queerness - institutional performativity and marriage in Japan2020 Asian anthropology 19 (2): 143-59
  • S. P. F. Dale
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478Xin thematic issue ‘Queer lives in contemporary Japan’
Multiculturalism in a ‘homogeneous’ society from the perspectives of an intercultural event in Japan2020 Asian anthropology 19 (3): 161-80
  • Yoko Demelius
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478X
Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 2-5
  • Celia Spoden
  • Dorothea Mladenova
  • Juljan Biontino
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729introduction to special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
Changes in funerary rites and burial practices in Modern Korea (1876-1945)2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 6-24
  • Juljan Biontino
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
Graveyard geomancy in Korea under Japanese rule - Focusing on the 1930s2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 25-42
  • Ri-Hye Han
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
The ‘improvement of funeral ceremonies’ movement and the creation of ‘modern’ Japanese subjects in Taiwan during Japanese rule2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 43-62
  • Chizuru Tainaka
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
Deciding one’s own death in advance: Biopower, living wills, and resistance to a legislation of death with dignity in Japan2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 63-82
  • Celia Spoden
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
Governing through kodokushi. Japan’s lonely deaths and their impact on community self-government2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 83-102
  • Nils Dahl
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
Optimizing one’s own death: the Shūkatsu industry and the enterprising self in a hyper-aged society2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 103-27
  • Dorothea Mladenova
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue ‘Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization’
Smartphones versus NHK? Mobilization strategies of the Japanese anti-nuclear movement under Abe’s restrictive media policy2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 128-40
  • Anna Wiemann
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
The bitter and the sweet: a cultural comparison of non-alcoholic beverage consumption in Japan and Australia2020 Food Culture and Society 23 (3): 334-46
  • Caroline Miller
  • John Coveney
  • Rebecca Suter
  • Timothy Gill
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Racializing surveillance through language: the role of selective translation in the promotion of public vigilance against migrants2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (10): 1757-75
  • Idefumi Nishiyama
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Ingrained habits: the “kitchen cars” and the transformation of postwar Japanese diet and identity2020 Food Culture and Society 23 (5): 589-607
  • Nathan Hopson
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
'Making it for our country’: an ethnography of mud-dyeing on Amami Ōshima island2020 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 18 (3): 250-77
  • Linton Charlotte
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756
Heritage production in national and global cultural policies. Folkloristics, politics, and cultural economy in Ryukyuan/Okinawan performance2020 Asian ethnology 79 (1): 45-66
  • Hideyo Konagaya
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865in special issue 'Intangible cultural heritage in Asia: traditions in transition'
'To benefit others is to benefit yourself': patterns of social exchange and care provision in a Japanese lay Buddhist organization2020 Asian ethnology 79 (2): 217-38
  • Aura Di Febo
H6/KWS [FOLKLORE-]1882-6865
Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 2-5
  • Celia Spoden
  • Dorothea Mladenova
  • Juljan Biontino
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729introduction to special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
Changes in funerary rites and burial practices in modern Korea (1876-1945)2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 6-24
  • Juljan Biontino
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
Graveyard geomancy in Korea under Japanese rule - Focusing on the 1930s2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 25-42
  • Ri-Hye Han
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
The 'improvement of funeral ceremonies' movement and the creation of 'modern' Japanese subjects in Taiwan during Japanese rule2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 43-62
  • Chizuru Tainaka
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
Deciding one's own death in advance: biopower, living wills, and resistance to a legislation of death with dignity in Japan2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 63-82
  • Celia Spoden
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
Governing through kodokushi. Japan's lonely deaths and their impact on community self-government2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 83-102
  • Nils Dahl
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
Optimizing one's own death: the Shūkatsu industry and the enterprising self in a hyper-aged society2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 103-27
  • Dorothea Mladenova
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729in special issue 'Governing death and dying in Japan and its colonies - From state control to self-optimization'
Smartphones versus NHK? Mobilization strategies of the Japanese anti-nuclear movement under Abe's restrictive media policy2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (1): 128-40
  • Anna Wiemann
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Tabunka Kyōsei without immigration policy: the role of centers for international exchange and their challenges2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (2): 174-96
  • Philip Streich
  • Viktoriya Kim
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Who am I with others?: Selfhood and shuwa among mainstream educated deaf and hard-of-hearing Japanese youth2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (2): 197-217
  • Jennifer M. McGuire
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
The taught curriculum of moral education at Japanese elementary school: the role of classtime in the broad curriculum2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (2): 218-39
  • Sam Bamkin
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Area studies and the disciplines: Japanese studies and anthropology in comparative perspective2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (2): 240-61
  • Eyal Ben-Ari
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Racialization and discourses of “privileges” in the middle ages: Jews, “Gypsies”, and Kawaramono2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (16): 193-210
  • Yasuko Takezawa
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
The state-consumer relationship and the instituting of consumer protection in East Asian societies2019 Journal of consumer culture 19 (1): 82-103
  • I-Liang Wahn
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405
The Chinese cohort 60s and Japan: a journey of emotions2019 Tourist studies 19 (1): 62-88
  • Liping Cai
  • Shangzhi Qiu
  • Yunzi Zhang
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Living together: sympathy and the practice of politics2019 Anthropological theory 19 (1): 170-90
  • Joseph Hankins
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996in special issue "Politics in the time of "post politics": rethinking anthropology's conception of the political for the 21st century"