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Englisch
Veröffentlichungsangabe: 
Tokyo, Japan : University of Tokyo Press [2016] ; [] : [] [2016], 2016
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x, 263 pages : charts ; 23 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN: 
4-13-037050-2
978-4-13-037050-9
Inhaltsverzeichnis: 
Toward a Balanced Assessment of Japan's Responses to the Triple Disasters / Keiichi Tsunekawa -- Responses of the Central Government to the Great East Japan Earthquake / Kengo Soga -- Nuclear Safety Regulation before the Fukushima Accident and Post-accident Reform / Hideaki Shiroyama -- Corporate Influence and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Accident: How Has TEPCO Survived? / Hiroyuki Tagawa -- Public Policymaking for Housing Reconstruction in Disaster-Stricken Areas in Tohoku / Michio Muramatsu and Naoto Takeuchi -- School Education after the Great East Japan Earthquake / Eiichi Aoki -- Local Autonomy and the Complete Resident Evacuation in Fukushima / Masaki Abe -- Japan-US Joint Disaster Relief Operations: Achievement, Limitations, and Impacts / Narushige Michishita and Andrea Pressello -- Crisis Communication and Foreign Response / Keiichi Tsunekawa -- Information Media Environment and Social Capital in Times of Emergency: How They Affected Survivors' Post-disaster Adaptation / Ken'ichi Ikeda and Yuki Yasuda.
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Five years after the triple disaster - the earthquake, tsunami, and the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant - the national government's response is often criticized. However, despite the magnitude of the disaster, the recovery and reconstruction have been rapid. If it is true that the Japanese government has failed in the response to the nuclear accident but succeeded in the recovery and reconstruction from the earthquake and tsunami, it must be acknowledged that both failure and success come out of the same characteristics of the same system. Starting from this premise, this anthology attempts to conduct a reassessment of the national response to the Great East Japan Earthquake and its aftermath from the perspective of the social sciences, ranging from politics, economics, community sociology, public administration, and communication studies. It takes care to distinguish assessment of short-term responses to the disaster from the necessity for long-term changes in society. How has the recovery process proceeded in such fields as reconstruction of public infrastructure, housing reconstruction, support for evacuees, reopening schools, and debris disposal? Was TEPCO's precaution and post-disaster response inappropriate to the accident? What were the critical issues to be discussed in the crisis communication of national and local government? Has the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident provided momentum to bring about revolutionary changes to nuclear power plant safety in Japan and Japan's energy policy? This collaboration attempts to provide perspective in a time of turmoil
 
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