TitleNew Japanese Civil Society: Kobe Earthquake of 1995 and Fukushima Accident of 2011 as Focal Points in the Development of the Japanese Civil Society After WW II
Journal titleRocznik Orientalistyczny/Yearbook of Oriental Studies
KeywordsShimin shakai ; Japanese voluntarism and activism ; new civil society ; volunteer revolution ; denuclearization ; demonstrations ; NPOs ; NGOs ; Kobe earthquake 1995 ; Sendai earthquake 2011 ; Fukushima accident ; March 11 ; ‘nuclear village’ ; Japanese elections of 2012 and 2016
Divisions of PASNauki Humanistyczne i Społeczne
PublisherThe Committee of Oriental Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences and The Publishing House ELIPSA
TypeArtykuły / Articles
SourceRocznik Orientalistyczny/Yearbook of Oriental Studies; 2017; T. LXX; No 2
Aims and scopeSince its launch in 1914 Rocznik Orientalistyczny (Yearbook of Oriental Studies), a semi-annual double-blind review journal has established a reputation for publishing original articles, as well as book reviews, on the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. The Journal provides high-quality academic research on the history, religions, art, culture, languages and literature of these regions. The approach is interdisciplinary, combining perspectives from linguistics, literary studies, archaeology, history, anthropology, philosophy, sociology, culture and religion. RO will build on this solid foundation, contributing to the further understanding of the areas of interest.
Rocznik Orientalistyczny (Yearbook of Oriental Studies) publishes manuscripts in English, German, French and Russian with abstracts in English. The Journal takes pride in being able to provide all kinds of fonts used for transcribing the languages of Asia and Africa.
Content of Rocznik Orientalistyczny (Yearbook of Oriental Studies) is archived with a long-term preservation service by the Nation Library of Poland.
Abstracting & Indexing
Rocznik Orientalistyczny/Yearbook of Oriental Studies is indexed in databases:
AWOL - The Ancient World Online
ICI Journals Master List
MIAR - Information Matrix for the Analysis of Journals
Slavic Humanities Index