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Fukuda Kaoru

フクダ カオル | Fukuda Kaoru
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (1): Cultural anthropology and folklore
Research keywords  (8): sustainability ,  Japan ,  agriculture ,  U.K. ,  animal welfare ,  Britain ,  human-animal relationship ,  morality
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • Cultural Differences and Changes in the Human-Animal Relationship and Moral Concern for Animals
Papers (4):
  • FUKUDA Kaoru. The Advantage of Natural Farming as an Eco-Friendly Way of Living: Practice and Discourse on the "Learners' Fields" in Fukuoka, Japan. Culture, Agriculture, Food, and Environment. 2018. 40. 1. 15-23
  • Kaoru Fukuda. The Morality of Livestock Farming A View from the British Farmers' Standpoints. SOCIETY & ANIMALS. 2016. 24. 1. 17-33
  • FUKUDA Kaoru. Why can animals be attractive companions for humans?: An anthropological study of human-animal companionship in Britain. Japanese Journal of Human Animal Relations. 2001. 9. 10. 124-129
  • FUKUDA Kaoru. Different Views of Animals and Cruelty to Animlas: Cases in Fox-hunting and Pet-keeping in Britain. Anthropology Today. 1997. 13. 5. 2-6
MISC (3):
  • Why Can Animals Be Attractive Companions for Humans?: An Anthropological Study of Human-Animal Companionship in Britain (Written in Japanese). Japanese Journal of Human Animal Relations. 2001. 9. 124-129
  • Kaoru Fukuda. Historical and Social Backgrounds of the British Animal Protection Movements (written in Japanese). Socio-Culture Studies. 1998. 2. 40-56
  • Different Views of Animals and Cruelty to Animals:Cases of Foxhunting and Pet Keeping in Britain. Anthropology. 1997. 13. 5. 2-6
Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • The Populality of Vegetarianism in Britain
    (The 6th Annual Meeting of the Association of the Socio-Culture)
Works (1):
  • Social Anthropological Research in the Scottish Borders, U.K.
    1994 - 1995
Education (5):
  • 1993 - 1997 University of Oxford Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology The Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Social Anthropology
  • - 1997 University of Oxford Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology Social Anthropology
  • 1991 - 1993 University of Oxford Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology The Master of Philosophy course in Social Anthropology
  • - 1990 Simon's Rock College of Bard Division of Arts and Aesthetics Visual Arts
  • - 1981 Shizuoka University Faculty of Humanities Department of Social Sciences
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of Oxford (U.K.))
Awards (1):
  • 1996/12 - Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Radcliffe-Brown Trust Fund / Sutasoma Award
Association Membership(s) (3):
THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY ,  American Anthropological Assocication ,  American Anthropological Association
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