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2019  オートエスノグラフィーと自閉症療育​ コミュニティの構築とボランティア募集活動​  単独  2019年1月14日 
[共同研究]定着/非定着の人類学―「ホーム」とは何か  , 藤川 美代子 (南山大学)   

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2018  Crowdfunding and Volunteer Management  共同  2018年4月7日 
Creating Connections 2018   

概要(Abstract) This talk presents the recruitment, training, and management of volunteers for Team Lenny, which consists of parents and supporters for Lenny, a six-year-old boy with autism. It covers experiences with crowd funding and events, and the process of developing community-based support for the team. 

備考(Remarks) Co-presented with Tomoko Dorman 

2018  Community Building in Japan: Social Networks, Volunteering, and Disability   単独  2018年12月8日 
Anthropologists of Japan in Japan   

概要(Abstract) This paper is based on autoethnographic work concerning my role as a parent and caregiver for my son, Lenny, who is on the autism spectrum. I follow Elizabeth Barrett’s (2017) suggestion that parents of autistic children acquire skills as caregivers that enable them to act ethnographic researchers, and that they have privileged access to “hard-to-reach” research participants. It focuses on first-hand experiences of educational and socialization practices in Japan and the US. I consider different strategies employed by various actors in these countries—including educational and medical authorities, parents, volunteer groups, and NPOs—to deal with individuals on the autism spectrum. Cultural and social practices, including those in the medical, biomedical, and educational fields, also vary between these countries, and these practices in turn influence community standards. A crucial element surrounding this issue is the widespread use of social media in creating and sustaining support networks that lead parents and others to seek methods of treatment and ways of understanding that are not presented by local authorities or represented through prevailing community attitudes. 

備考(Remarks) Part of panel titled "Disability in Contemporary Japanese Society: Community Building and Belonging." Convenor: Benjamin Dorman 

2018  Asian Ethnology: 日本と韓国に関する論文​  単独  2018年11月18日 
2018年度第2回公開シンポジウム​ 「日本と韓国の人類学ネットワーク」​  , 南山大学人類学研究所​    

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2017  Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Living with Autism: A Parent’s Perspective  単独  2017年12月9日 
Anthropologists of Japan in Japan  , Anthropologists of Japan in Japan   

概要(Abstract) This paper is based on an autoethnography I am working on concerning my role as a parent and advocate for my son, Lenny, who is on the autism spectrum. Our journey as a family has given us first-hand experience in educational and socialization practices in Japan and the US surrounding a condition that is said to have reached epidemic proportions throughout the world. I consider different strategies employed by various social actors in Japan and the US—including educational and medical authorities, parents, volunteer groups, and NPOs—to deal with socialization of individuals on the spectrum.
Theories surrounding the rise of diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder are as controversial as some of the numerous methods available to treat children on the autism spectrum. The responses in different cultures to the increase in cases vary radically between Japan and the US. Cultural and social practices, including those in the medical, biomedical, and educational fields, also vary between these countries, and these practices in turn influence community standards. A crucial element surrounding this issue is the widespread use of social media in creating and sustaining support networks that lead parents and others to seek methods of treatment and ways of understanding that are not presented by local authorities or represented through prevailing community attitudes.
 

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2011  “How Scholars Represented Religious Terrorism: Aum and Waco.”   単独  2011年8月30日 
“Aftermath: Religion in the Wake of the 1995 Aum Affair," German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo  , Ian Reader   

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2011  “Scholarly Reactions to the Aum and Waco Incidents.”  単独  2011年8月27日 
European Association of Japanese Studies, Tallinn, Estonia  , Ian Reader   

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2011  “Of Gods and Bureaucrats: New Religions and the Authorities during the Occupation.”   単独  2011年3月31日 
Association of Asian Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii  , Benjamin Dorman   

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