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  TAZAKI Ikuko   Faculty of International Relations Department of International Cultures   Lecturer
■ Present specialized field
  cultural anthropology, area studies 
■ Main Subject
Anthropology, Thai language
■ Academic background
1. 2000/04~2004/03 Kyoto University Faculty of Agriculture Graduated
2. 2004/04~2006/03 Kyoto University Graduate School, Division of Agriculture〔Master degree program〕 Completed Master of Agriculture
3. 2007/04~2012/03 Kyoto University Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies〔Doctoral course〕 Accomplished credits for doctoral program Ph.D. in Area Studies
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper Changing Labor Allocations and Formation of New Socio-economic Relationships under the Influence of Strawberry Cropping among the Karen in Northern Thailand.  (Single)  2018/07
2. Paper Changing the Karen's Idea of Reciprocity and Involution of Community Development: under the Influence of Protestantism and Cash Cropping in Thailand  (Single)  2018/03
3. Book Dynamics of Karen Rice Farming in Northern Thailand: Rethinking the Relationship between Subsistence Self-Sufficiency and Involvement in the Market Economy.  (Single) 
4. Paper Dynamics of religious Practice and Socio-Economic Relationships among Protestant Karen in Northern Thailand  (Single)  2016/03
5. Paper The main functions of the fallow phase in shifting cultivation by the Karen people in northern Thailand: A quantitative analysis of soil organic matter dynamics.  (Collaboration)  2006
All display(6)
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/12/17 Changing Karen's idea of reciprocity and involution of community development. under the influence of Protestantism and cash cropping in Thailand. (SEASIA conference 2017)
2. 2017/07/16 Dynamics of Religious Practice and Socio-Economic Activities among the Protestant Karen in Northern Thailand. (13th International Conference on Thai Studies)
3. 2014/04/24 Forming New Work Ethic among Karen in Northern Thailand: Effects of Baptist Mission and Strawberry Cropping. (12th International Conference on Thai Studies)
4. 2012/02/24 The idealization of rural life in Thailand and its impact on the Karen society. (Emerging Approaches to Understanding Gender-based Knowledge and Techniques in Africa.)
5. 2008/08/06 What does the commodity crop production of Karen mean for Karen People and Thai society?
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2017/04~2019/03  Basic Research on minorities and Christianity in Mainland of Southeast Asia through Renard's Collection 
■ Department laboratory expense researcher number
  00760711


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