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Title: <論文>近代化の風景 : 環境認識の地域社会学
Other Titles: <ARTICLES>Scenery of Modeernization : Regional Sociology of Enviromental Cognition
Authors: 井戸, 聡  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: IDO, Satoshi
Issue Date: 25-Dec-1998
Publisher: 京都大学文学部社会学研究室
Journal title: 京都社会学年報 : KJS = Kyoto journal of sociology
Volume: 6
Start page: 181
End page: 200
Abstract: The present-day rural mountain society holds a lot of social problems to be too difficult to resolve, for example, agricultural and forestry problem, successive problem, regional medical problem, underpopulated problem, a gap between urban and rural standards. A large number of attempt to solve these problems, though, has been practiced so far by various position, ex. administrative organ, most of it has not reaped the fruit. This results from the insufficient understanding of these problems, espicially, about the mentality of inhabitants. In this paper, an environmental issue about building dam in Tokushima pref. is reconsidered, from the point of view of inhabitants' mentality that is lack in many of former studies, and the social image of rural community is reconstructed from same standpoint. In this process, especially, the age of modernization of this region is the focus of attention. Generally, rural communities seem to have been submitted by modern impact with no resistance, yet in fact, there were scenes where inhabitants manipulated the adoptation of modern cultural things in various fields. These scenery lead the image of person who, when one comes across the unknown scene, gives meaning or concieves new meaning from experience. The domestication of modern culture is the one of significant factors on the reconsidering the modernization in rural communities. From these images of rural community that has been paid no attention to by many position or former studies, rural communities are imaged as an autonomous society.
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