Category Archives: Editorial

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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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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