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Takekawa Daisuke

タケカワ ダイスケ | Takekawa Daisuke
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (2): http://www.apa-apa.net/http://www.stardome.jp/
Research field  (6): Applied anthropology ,  Physical anthropology ,  Cultural anthropology and folklore ,  Local studies ,  Environmental policy and society ,  Environmental impact assessment
Research keywords  (14): dolphin ,  oceania ,  pacific ,  vanuatu ,  okinawa ,  solomon islands ,  fishery ,  hunter gatherer ,  animism ,  anthropomorphism ,  human evolutional studies ,  marine ethnology ,  anthropology ,  ecological anthropology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Study of fishermen's nature recognition of Miyako Island
  • Ecological Study of Sea-People.
  • Biological Anthoropology on the Unigueness of Polynesian Physigue.
Papers (4):
  • TAKEKAWA Daisuke. Enterprise and Environment Adaptation of Okinawan Itoman Extraction Fishermen - Net Fishing Agiya (Muroami) Time Table Analysis. Cultural History of Islands. 1996. 10. 75-120
  • TAKEKAWA Daisuke. The Method of Dolphin Hunting and Distribution of Teeth and Meat: Dolphin Hunting in the Solomon Islands 2. Senri Ethnological Studies. 1996. 42. 67-80
  • TAKEKAWA Daisuke. Ecological Knowledge of Fanalei Villagers about Dolphins: Dolphin Hunting in the Solomon Islands 1. Senri Ethnological Studies. 1996. 42. 67-80
  • TAKEKAWA Daisuke. Dolphin hunting in the Solomon Islands: How People Hunt Dolphins by Stone Clacking Sound. Zoo archeology. 1995. 4. 1-25
MISC (3):
  • Fishing Activities as Minor Subsistence in Mangaia, Cook Islands. Essays in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Kitakyushu University. 1997. 341
  • The Method of Dolphin Hunting and Distribution of Teeth and Meat : Dolchin Hunting in the Solomon Islauds 2. Coastal Foragers in Transition Seuri Ethnological Studies. 1996. 42.67-80
  • Ecological Knowledge of Fanalei Villagers about Dolphins Dolphin Hunting in the Solomon Islands 1. Coastal Foragers in Transition Seuri Ethnological Sutudies. 1996. 42.55-65
Lectures and oral presentations  (2):
  • Rights to the Environment Based on Practical Knowledge : The Discord between Fishermen Divers and Tourist Divers in Miyako-jima Island and Their Views of Nature
    (10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa 2004)
  • From Food Sharing to Currency Circulation: What is Difference of Distribution of Dolphin Meat and the Distribution of Dolphin Teeth
    (New Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Indigenous Use and Management of Migratory Marine Resources 2002)
Works (1):
  • Research for Subsistence in Mangaia, Cook Islands
    1996 -
Education (4):
  • 1989 - 1995 Kyoto university Graduate school of Science Human evolutional studies
  • - 1995 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Natural Science
  • 1984 - 1989 Kyoto university Faculty of science Zoology
  • - 1989 Kyoto University Faculty of Science
Professional career (1):
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