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Table of Contents (Issue 4)

March 2013
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY: Learning from the 2011 Earthquake in Japan

From The Editors

Editor's Note
Disaster Experiences in Tokyo: Reconsidering Center–Periphery Relationship
Tadahito YAMAMOTO
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 4-5 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Special Issue: Disrupted Tokyo

Introduction
Urban Experience of Disaster: Situating the Great East Japan Disaster in Regional Contexts
Junko UENO
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 6-10 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Breakdown of Infrastructures and Urban Disconnection
Tokyo in Post-quake Chaos
Junko UENO
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 11-21 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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The Great East Japan Earthquake and Responses from Civil Engineering, Urban Planning, and Architecture Industry
Reconsidering Tokyo as a Center of Expertise
Takefumi UEDA
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 22-29 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Tokyo and the Social Aftershocks of March 11
Our Experiences of the Earthquake and Its Aftermath
Naofumi SUZUKI
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 30-36 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Article

The Actuality of Theoretical Detour
Reading the Urban Question on a Critical Point
Yutaka IWADATE
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 37-40 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Research

Key Organizations of the Post-Fukushima Accident Civil Society 1
Preface: To Understand the Different Side of Problems Faced by Each Civil Organization
Keiichi SATOH
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 41 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Key Organizations of the Post-Fukushima Accident Civil Society 2
Revival of the Deep-rooted Anti-Nuclear Power Social Movement in Kansai Region: Green Action
Reeya KOMODA
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 42-44 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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Key Organizations of the Post-Fukushima Accident Civil Society 3
Connecting Evacuees through Lunchbox Delivery Service: The Female Farmers’ Power Project “Ka-Chan no Chikara Project”
Keiichi SATOH
DISASTER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, 4: 45-48 (March 2013) [lang: en]
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