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Yoshida Ryuji

ヨシダ リュウジ | Yoshida Ryuji
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (1): Sociology
Research keywords  (4): Social Order ,  Traditional Festival ,  Crowd Contorol ,  Collective Behavior
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 1999 - 2020 Social Control of Collective Behavior and Dynamism of Social Order
  • Study on Social Interaction in Crowd Behavior
Papers (10):
  • YOSHIDA Ryuji. From "Gion-e" to "Hojo-e": The Standardization of Performance Repertoires of Obama Castle Town Float Festival in the Transition from the Early Modern Period to the Modern Period. Bulletin of the Faculty of Sociology Ryukoku University. 2017. 50. 18-40
  • Shigeru Tanaka, Ryuji Yoshida. Orthopraxty of Festival and Social Order: Cases of Traditional Float Festival in Japan. Society and Culture: Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University. 2011. 12
  • Ryuji Yoshida. The Cultural Network Perspective on the Analysis of the Inheritance of Traditional Neighborhood Culture: Observation from the Case of Kishiwada Danjiri Festival. Bulletin of the Faculty of Sciology, Ryukoku University. 2010. 37. 28-42
  • Ryuji Yoshida. Intolerance against Gatherings: The Development of the Crowd Image and Crowd Control Tactics among the Post-War Democratic Police Force in Japan. Society and Culture: Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University. 2003. 5. 261-276
  • Ryuji Yoshida. Genealogy of the Chicago School of Collective Behavior Studies: From the Exclusive Schools to the Mutual Penetration of Diverse Ideas. A Research Report on the Chicago School of Sociology (Report of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research,Principal Investigator; Masataka Nakano, 10410045). 2001. 43-60
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MISC (9):
  • Shigeru Tanaka, Ryuji Yoshida. Orthopraxty of Festival and Social Order: Cases of Traditional Float Festival in Japan. Society and Culture: Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University. 2011. 12
  • Ryuji Yoshida. The Cultural Network Perspective on the Analysis of the Inheritance of Traditional Neighborhood Culture: Observation from the Case of Kishiwada Danjiri Festival. Bulletin of the Faculty of Sciology, Ryukoku University. 2010. 37. 28-42
  • Ryuji Yoshida. Intolerance against Gatherings: The Development of the Crowd Image and Crowd Control Tactics among the Post-War Democratic Police Force in Japan. Society and Culture: Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University. 2003. 5. 261-276
  • Ryuji Yoshida. Genealogy of the Chicago School of Collective Behavior Studies: From the Exclusive Schools to the Mutual Penetration of Diverse Ideas. A Research Report on the Chicago School of Sociology (Report of Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research,Principal Investigator; Masataka Nakano, 10410045). 2001. 43-60
  • Ryuji Yoshida. The Long-participating Volunteer for work: Their Inner Consciousness. The Studies of the Social-Economic and Natural Resource Damages on the Japan Sea Shoreline by the Nakhodka Oil Spill and the Subsequent Cleanup Treatment Activities (Research Report of CENTER for FAR EASTERN STUDIES, Toyama University). 1999. 106-152
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Books (2):
  • Contemporary Social Control : Toward the Construction of a New Social World, Hogetsu,Makoto; Shindo Yuzo (eds.)
    Sekaishisosha 2005 ISBN:4790711080
  • A Study on the Chicago School of Sociology, Hogetsu, Makoto; Masataka, Nakano (eds.)
    Kouseisya-Kouseikaku. 1997 ISBN:476990858X
Lectures and oral presentations  (1):
  • A Historical Study of "Kamagasaki" Riots : A Process of Disintegration
    (Japanese Association of Sociological Criminology, Bukkyo-University 1995)
Works (1):
  • Sociological Survey on the Volunteers for the Disaster of Oil Spill from sunken Russian Tanker"Nahodka".
    1997 -
Education (2):
  • - 1994 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1991 Kanazawa University Faculty of Literature
Professional career (1):
  • Master of Literature
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