Found 287 articles associated to the institution Waseda University.
Interpreting the Osaka Mayoral Election through Tocqueville - Issues with Japanese Democracy30-March-2012
In the Osaka mayoral election held on November 27 last year, the former Governor of Osaka Toru Hashimoto won an overwhelming victory over incumbent Kunio Hiramatsu.
Tsunami Disaster Survey—Need for Recasting Disaster Prevention Plans Coastal Structures Not Enough for Protection30-March-2012
Every stricken area I saw from the air on March 19 was covered with mud and had turned grey.
Preserving the Remains in Areas Struck by the Tsunami -Applying the Aftermath of the Tragedy to Disaster Education and Enlightenment30-March-2012
Although the people in the coastal areas there had the highest awareness of tsunamis in the nation, many of them could not run in time from the tsunami that far exceeded their expectations, reaching more than ten meters in height, claiming the lives of many victims, and leaving nothing but piles of rubble.
The Nuclear Power Plant Accident and the Media: Did They Overcome the Imperial General Headquarters’ Announcement?30-March-2012
On May 1st—some 50 days after the Eastern Japan Great Earthquake Disaster—we visited Kesennuma City in Miyagi Prefecture, which was severely affected by tsunamis, to conduct surveys and collect information on the earthquake disaster and the media.
Coastal Industrial Complexes: Risks and Anti-seismic Measures - Blind Spots in Disaster Prevention for Earthquakes with a Tokyo Metropolitan Epicenter30-March-2012
A vast expanse of land has been reclaimed along the coastal areas in Japan’s large urban areas, Tokyo Bay, Ise Bay, and Osaka Bay.
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