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Kazuyasu Ochiai

Professor (~ March 2015)

Teaching

Graduate theses supervised

Kazuyasu Ochiai was the principal supervisor for these theses. Theses written in English are marked with an asterisk.

Master theses
  • Toward "Understanding"People's Practice in Traditional Festivals in Yatsuo,Toyama (2011.2)
  • HAVING BEEN TO AN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL IN JAPAN: THINKING WHAT IT MEANS FOR GRADUATES IN RELATION TO BECOMING INTERNATIONAL (2011.2)
  • THE STUDYING ABROAD EXPERIENCE OF JAPNOLOGY STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF FOREIGN STUDENTS FROM VIENNA UNIVERSITY (2011.2)
  • THE RISE OF VOLUNTEER TOURISM: THE PRESENT CONDITIONS AND ISSUES (2011.2)
  • Toward Women’s Studies as Understanding of the ‘Life’: Achievements and Problems of the Research on the Korean Woman Divers (2010.2)
  • Photography: an Everyday Practice in Contemporary Japan (2009.2)
  • An Introduction to Infantile Anthropology * (2008.2)
  • The diffusion of fair trade and its issues in Japan: The collaboration of the consumers and companies to overcome the causes of poverty (2007.2)
  • A reevaluating the craft: A historical analysis of Chang within the CHICHIBU-MEISEN through a case study (2007.2)
  • Buenos Aires and the rest of the Country : Modern Argentina in the eyes of the Movements of priests for the Third world (1968-1973) (2006.2)
  • Nation building and pictorial movements in the nineteenth-century Mexico :European gaze cast on the Mexican land scape (2006.2)
  • MIgrants' landscape : Practices of some Nikkei Peruvian artists (2006.2)
  • Consideration about a reevaluation of the old kingdom system by the Lao People's Revolutionary Party Government (2006.2)
  • The past and the present of Hojskole in Denmark : Its challenge to continue being alternative education (2006.2)
  • Images of indigenous people in Mexican cinema (2003.2)
  • Mixing individual everyday practices: The meaning of living in East LA, and the meaning of living in America (2003.2)
  • Musical performance in postwar US military clubs in Japan: Soldiers, performers, songs (2002.2)
  • Narrating development: The case of the The San Roque multipurpose dam development project (2002.2)
  • The "postmodern" state of "knowledge" in museums (2001.2)
  • Black Islam: (2001.2)
  • Packaged production by commercial NGOs in Bangladesh: The production and distribution of nakshi kantha (2001.2)
  • Constructing a model of womanhood in Burma: A study of the activities of women's organizations (2001.2)
  • Anti-essentialist strategies in Mexican rap music (2001.2)
  • An introduction to research on Tibet (2000.2)
  • Expressing war: The case of the "Foundation Stones of Peace" in Okinawa (2000.2)
  • The medrese in the historic center of Bukhara in Uzbekistan: A case study in the preservation of cultural heritage (2000.2)
  • National unity and democracy in Burma: Changes in the military's perception of democracy (2000.2)

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