K-ReaD( Kokugakuin University Researcher’s Achievement)

Ayaka INABA
Department of Tourism and Community Development
Research Associate
Last Updated :2022/05/14

研究者基本情報

氏名

  • 氏名

    Ayaka INABA

ホームページ・researchmap等のリンク

所属・職名

  • Department of Tourism and Community Development, Research Associate

学歴

  • The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies, Cultural Anthropology Course

学位

  • 23 Mar. 2017, 修士(学術), 東京大学大学院総合文化研究科超域文化科学専攻, 社会学・社会福祉学関係, 修総合第5267号, 滞日ブラジル人労働者のローカルな空間実践とつながり

職歴

  • Apr. 2021, Sep. 2021, Komazawa University, Faculty of Global Media Studies Department of Global Media

本学就任年月日

  • 01 Apr. 2022

研究分野

  • International Migration
  • Collective Memory
  • Japanese American
  • Nikkeijin
  • Digital Archives
  • Ethnicity
  • Media Studies

研究活動

論文

  • Japanese Canadian Family Memories in the “Landscapes of Injustice” Digital Archive, Ayaka Inaba, Dejitaru Akaibu Gakkaishi (Journal of Japan Society for Digital Archive), 6, 2, e11, e15, 04 Apr. 2022, Japan Society for Digital Archive, This paper examines the impact of digital archives on the remembrance of Japanese Canadians through the analysis of the "Landscapes of Injustice (LoI)" archive, which focuses on Japanese Canadian dispossession. The LoI archive has three aspects: academic materials, the collective memory of Japanese Canadian, and survivors' familial memory. An analysis of articles written by Japanese Canadian users showed that materials on LoI archive are important to them as family histories. Japanese Canadian users emphasize the injustice of bureaucracy and their family's past and integrate them into their family memories by associating the documents to their emotions. This understanding suggests the possibility that digital archives can present larger groups' stories and personal memories without conflict.
  • Local Spatial Practice and Ties of Brazilian Workers in Japan, Ayaka INABA, the Graduate School of the University of Tokyo, MA Dissertation, Mar. 2017

Misc

  • Interview with Yoshio Tsukio, Yoshio Yanagi; Naoto Ikegai; Ayaka Inaba; Yukihiro Hukushima; Takashi Miyamoto; Satoshi Kato; Tomohiro Tanikawa, Dejitaru Akaibu Gakkaishi (the Journal of Japan Society for Digital Archive), 5, 4, 246, 251, 01 Oct. 2021

著書等出版物

  • Dec. 2021

講演・発表

  • Japanese American Representation in global Nikkei community: the analysis on "Discover Nikkei" website, Ayaka Inaba, The 6th winter conference of the Japanese Association for Migration Studies, 11 Dec. 2021
  • An Information Ecology of "Landscapes of Injustice": a Digital Archive on Japanese Canadian History, Ayaka Inaba, part 2, the 6th Annual Conference of Japan Society for Digital Archive, 16 Oct. 2021
  • Historical Practices Using Digital Media and Reflexivity of the Ethnic Historical Narratives: A Case of a Virtual Pilgrimage to Japanese American Internment Camp sites, Ayaka Inaba, the 94th Annual Conference of Japan Sociological Society, 01 Nov. 2020
  • A Digital Archive of an Ethnic History in Canada: A Case of “Landscapes of Injustice” Project for Preservation of Japanese Canadian History, Ayaka Inaba, the 4th Annual Conference of Japan Society for Digital Archive, 25 Apr. 2020
  • Virtualisation of Sites of Memory: A Study on Online Oral History Project of Nikkeijin, Ayaka Inaba, 17 Feb. 2019
  • 08 Nov. 2018
  • Migration Narratives by Chinese immigrants in Japan: an Analysis on Chinese Newspapers Published in Japan, Ayaka INABA, the Japan-China Graduate School Meeting on Folkloristics (at Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou and East China Normal University, Shanghai, China), 02 Mar. 2017, Shanghai and Guangzhou, China

学外活動

学協会活動

  • The Japanese Association for Migration Studies, Oct. 2021, 9999
  • The Japanese Association for American History, Jul. 2021, 9999
  • Japan Association for Media, Journalism and Communication Studies ( formerly Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication), Jun. 2019, 9999
  • The Japan Sociological Society, Apr. 2019, 9999
  • Japan Society for Digital Archive, Apr. 2017, 9999
  • Administration office of Japan Society for Studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Jun. 2019, Jun. 2021


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