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Gremium es una revista de difusión científica sobre la Restauración Arquitectónica de publicación semestral. Es editada por Editorial Restauro Compás y Canto S.A. de C.V. Puede ver nuestra revista en el siguiente enlace Gremium

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Figure 1. The Tokyo Tower. Photo taken by the author.

Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree: History and Symbolism in Contemporary Japan

Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree: History and Symbolism in Contemporary Japan Received: March, 11th 2016 Accepted: September, 26th 2016 Available online: December, 1th 2016 Yunuen Ysela Mandujano-Salazar Doctor in Social Sciences and holds a Master in Studies of Asia and Africa Specialty Japan. She is member of the National System of Researchers of Mexico and […]

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The Japanese Amateur Textual Production Scene: Activities and Participation in Dōjin Cultures

The Japanese Amateur Textual Production Scene: Activities and Participation in Dōjin Cultures Received: July, 28th 2016 Accepted: November, 28th 2016 Available online: December, 1st 2016 Álvaro David Hernández Hernández Kobe University (Foreign Researcher) Affiliated to the department of Sociology at the Graduate School of Humanities, Kobe University. His research interests include: comparative studies of Japanese […]

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Reseña | Review – Sacchi, Livio (2004). Tokyo: City and Architecture. 249 p. ISBN: 0-7893-1212-3. Nueva York: Universe Publishing

Reseña | Review Sacchi, Livio (2004). Tokyo: City and Architecture. 249 p. ISBN: 0-7893-1212-3. Nueva York: Universe Publishing. Recibido: 24 de noviembre de 2016 Aceptado: 28 de noviembre de 2016 Disponible en línea: 01 de diciembre de 2016 Fermin Ernesto Flores Quiroz Egresado de la Licenciatura en Arquitectura, impartida por la Facultad de Arquitectura de […]

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Editorial Special Issue: Sociology an Japanese Heritage

Editor´s comment Tarsicio Pastrana Salcedo Editor in chief Percepción es realidad, iniciar con esta frase esta editorial expone un punto fundamental, la manera de interpretar lo que vemos es única, individual y en la mayoría de las veces incomprensible para otro individuo, este es el mayor reto de la humanidad, entender diferencias y conciliarlas, quizás […]

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Transition of Japanese commercial space: What has been lost from the commercial space?

Received: October, 10th 2016 Accepted: November, 29th 2016 Available online: December, 1st 2016 Tatsuma Fujioka Kobe University, Graduate School of Humanities, Post-Doc. Studies Sociology, Chinese, and Social Sciences. Abstract This paper compares two types commercial spaces in modern Japan, which are shopping mall and “traditional” shopping district called “ShoTenGai”, from the viewpoint of commercial space […]

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Sociology and Japanese Heritage (english)

Editor´s comment Miriam Catalina Herrera Vázquez Guest editor Miriam Catalina Herrera Vázquez is a graduate architect of the Master of Science in Architecture and Urbanism from the National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico. Research Topics: Territory, Migrations and Japanese Architecture. Email: [email protected]   The human’s spaces of habitat are material representations of a series of ideas that […]

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Sociología y patrimonio japonés

Editor´s comment Miriam Catalina Herrera Vázquez Guest editor Miriam Catalina Herrera Vázquez is a graduate architect of the Master of Science in Architecture and Urbanism from the National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico. Research Topics: Territory, Migrations and Japanese Architecture. Email: [email protected]   Los espacios donde habita el ser humano son representaciones materiales de una serie de […]

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Industrial Heritage

Industrial Heritage (Español) Nowadays, in the technical field persists an old research about thecomplex connexion between abstraction and result – as it was considered by Georg Simmel in his reflections on the "drama of culture" and also in the footprint of the machines "are a frozen spirit" remaining Goethe. But, it was until the second half of the […]

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Convocatoria: Economía, Patrimonio urbano arquitectónico y medio ambiente

ECONOMÍA, PATRIMONIO URBANO-ARQUITECTÓNICO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE (English) La economía parece permear nuestra actualidad, no sólo en el ámbito académico sino en la vida cotidiana. Al mismo tiempo, cotidianamente nos desenvolvemos en urbes, espacios arquitectónicos modernos o tradicionales (e incluso históricos) sin establecer relación entre estas esferas. Esta relación no ha sido tratada o, en el […]

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Call for paper: Heritage and Economy

Call for papers: Heritage and Economy (Spanish) Economy seems to permeate our present, not only in academic contexts, but also in our daily life. At the same time, we inhabit cities. We live in either modern or traditional architectural spaces (and even historical), without being aware of the relationship between these areas. These associations have not been treated, […]

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