国際教養学部

ファーラー ジェームス

ファーラー ジェームス  (James Farrer)

基本情報

所属
上智大学 国際教養学部国際教養学科 教授
(兼任)グローバル・スタディーズ研究科グローバル社会専攻主任
学位
博士(シカゴ大学)
修士(シカゴ大学)
学士(ノースカロライナ大学)

連絡先
j-farrersophia.ac.jp
研究者番号
40317508
ORCID ID
 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9847-0347
J-GLOBAL ID
200901080858913669
researchmap会員ID
5000064275

外部リンク

 

日本と中国でいくつかの質的研究プロジェクトを完了した、テーマとしては (1) 中国と日本人若年層のセクスラリテイと恋愛文化、(2)上海に居住する外国人の現地コミュニティー、(3)上海と東京のナイトライフ、(4)東京の地域食文化、(5)日本料理店のグローバル化。


主要な論文

 63
  • James Farrer
    Food, Culture & Society 1-17 2023年10月5日  査読有り筆頭著者
    The concept of social sustainability presents many questions for food studies, both about how communities sustain foodways, and how foodways sustain communities. Based on an ethnographic study of restaurants in a single Tokyo neighborhood, this research focuses on how commercial restaurant scenes in a busy area of Tokyo serve as social infrastructure, supporting community life. First, they are an economic resource for employers, workers, and customers, an accessible, though risky, point of entry into business ownership for disadvantaged or resource-poor people. Secondly, eateries are a resource for social organization and networking, that is, spaces in which varieties of social capital can be created and deployed. Thirdly, neighborhood eateries are infrastructure for political mobilization both in the formal organization of local merchant associations but also for informal and oppositional social movements. Overall, the research shows how urban neighborhood restaurant scenes may serve as a “place framing” device through which a community defines and spatially locates what is worthwhile in community life. (8497 words)
  • Rebecca Babirye, James Farrer
    Sexualities 26(4) 486-501 2023年5月4日  査読有り招待有り責任著者
    The most significant and lasting contributions of Ken Plummer to the sociology of sexuality have been his work on sexual storytelling. Best represented in Plummer’s 1995 book Telling Sexual Stories: Power, Change and Social Worlds, this approach to sexuality made two key points. One is that sexual storytelling is fundamental to the formation of individual sexual identities and a process of sexual self-discovery. The second is that sexual storytelling is a key social process in a broader sexual politics and struggles for “intimate citizenship.” Plummer’s work has significance, however, far beyond studies a simple model of sexual identity formation. Building upon a review of the research literature citing Plummer as well our own research, this essay explores three dimensions of Plummer’s narrative sociology that include but also take us beyond sexuality studies. One is Plummer’s contribution to the concept of “storytelling” as anti-foundationalist social ontology practice. The second is narrative sociology as humanistic methodology. The third is the significance of the narrative method for a dialogic pedagogy, not only in teaching about sexuality but also in other areas of social life.
  • James Farrer
    Asia Pacific Viewpoint 63(3) 396-410 2022年3月  査読有り招待有り筆頭著者
    Neighbourhood gastronomy, the agglomeration of restaurants and smaller eateries in residential urban areas, contributes to the lives of residents and visitors economically, culturally, and socially. Since winter 2020, neighbourhood gastronomy in Asian cities has been severely disrupted by COVID, compounded by many other long-term stressors. In urban Japan these stresses include gentrification, the aging of proprietors, urban renewal, and corporatization of gastronomy. Empirically, this paper discusses how independent restaurants in Tokyo contribute to community life by supporting grassroots creative industries, small business opportunities, meaningful artisanal work, convivial social spaces, local cultural heritage, and a human-scale built environment. The study uses intensive single-site urban ethnography to discuss how restaurateurs face immediate and long-term crises at the community level. By using the “neighborhood as method,” a concept of sustainable neighbourhood gastronomy is developed that should be applicable in other urban contexts.
  • Susanne Wessendorf, James Farrer
    Comparative Migration Studies 9(28) 1-17 2021年12月  査読有り招待有り
    In global cities such as London and Tokyo, there are neighbourhoods where ethnic, religious, cultural and other forms of diversity associated with migration are commonplace and others where migrants are regarded as unusual or even out-of-place. In both types of contexts, migrant-run eateries are spaces in which people of various backgrounds interact. In some contexts, eateries may serve as ‘third places’ in which regular forms of intercultural conviviality occur, yet in others, interactions are civil but fleeting. This comparative paper is based on findings from two ethnographic neighbourhood studies in West Tokyo and East London. The Tokyo neighbourhood of Nishi-Ogikubo is one of emerging diversity, in which migrant entrepreneurship is rather new and uncommon, whereas East London has seen immigration for decades and migrant-run businesses are so common as to be taken-for-granted. In Tokyo the Japanese norms of ‘drinking communication’ in small eating and drinking spots inevitably involve migrant proprietors and their customers more deeply in social interactions. In East London, in contrast, intercultural interactions are much more commonplace in public and semi-public spaces, but in the case of migrant-run eateries, they are characterized by somewhat superficial encounters. This paper contributes to scholarship on the role of third places for intercultural relations, highlighting the importance of established cultural norms of interaction in specific third places. By comparing two vastly different contexts regarding the extent of immigration-related diversity, it demonstrates how encounters between residents of different backgrounds are deeply embedded in cultural norms of interaction in these places, and how migrant entrepreneurs in each context adapt to these established norms.
  • James Farrer, Chuanfei Wang
    Asian Anthropology 20(1) 12-29 2021年1月2日  査読有り筆頭著者
    Culinary borrowings are so common as to seem trivial, and yet they are consequential for many of the actors concerned. People’s livelihoods, professional status, and social identity may be tied to their stake in the defining boundaries of culinary cultures. When dominant groups or powerful actors such as multinational corporate chains adopt or reinvent the cuisine of weaker and marginal groups, it may be regarded as cultural appropriation. However, the definition of the situation becomes more complicated when multiple weak and marginal actors compete over ownership of a cuisine. This article discusses how Japanese and other Asian migrant actors participate in grassroots culinary politics surrounding definitions and uses of Japanese cuisine in the context of a Japanese food boom in Europe. It shows how the “borrowed power” of one migrant group may threaten the status and even livelihoods of the foundational stakeholders in a culinary field.
  • James Farrer
    Food Culture & Society 24(1) 49-65 2021年1月  査読有り招待有り
    In postwar Japan vast black market districts surrounded urban commuter train stations with warrens of small-scale retail, food and alcohol vendors. Most were bulldozed during the period of high economic growth and replaced with modern shopping centers. Only a few of these dense, lively pedestrian alleyways survived into the 21st century, including the one called "Willow Alley" described in this paper. Recently there has been a widespread revival of these vintage yokocho. Still as spaces for drinking and eating, the forced intimacy in these cramped interstitial spaces fosters sociability and association among strangers, but with changes in recent years. One trend is the opening up of windowless doors and walls and the use of the alleyway itself as a space of eating and drinking. Another is their transformation from semi-private male-oriented bars to more welcoming mixed-gender venues. In general, the case study shows how both historical legacies and the spatial organization and scale of public drinking streets influence the forms of sociability and community that are sustained there.
  • James Farrer
    Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus 18(18: no. 13) 1-13 2020年9月14日  査読有り招待有り
    Globally, independent restaurants have been dealt a double blow by COVID-19. Restaurant staff face the risk of infection, and restaurants have been among the businesses hardest hit by urban lockdowns. With fewer resources than corporate chains, small independent restaurants are particularly vulnerable to an extended economic downturn. This paper looks at how independent restaurants owners in Tokyo have coped with the pandemic both individually and as members of larger communities. Both government and community support have been key to sustaining these small businesses and their employees during this crisis.
  • Yuk Wah Chan, James Farrer
    Asian Anthropology 20(1) 1-11 2020年6月24日  査読有り
    This introduction outlines the conceptual framework of the special issue. Culinary politics involves a contest over the social organization and cultural meanings of food by a variety of actors: both civil and state, the powerful and the grassroots. In particular, we consider food governance as a form of culinary politics entailing a two-way traffic, in which policies and regulations are set by state actors, while the responses of civil actors often reshape the foodscape and complicate the outcome of food policies. Food governance also points to the reshaping and contestation of collective and individual food identities, and how different power hierarchies can be challenged through acts of food-making. While food is an enduring cultural concern in human life, food governance and culinary politics should be two important concepts for researchers to engage with when examining individuals' soft skills of food-making and the exercise of soft power through food.
  • Farrer, James
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47(10) 2359-2375 2020年  査読有り招待有り
    Migrants do not simply move across physical spaces but within institutionalised social fields, including occupational fields. This ethnographic study takes a globalised culinary field - the social and economic space of fine restaurant dining - as an example of an emergent transnational social field. Focusing on culinary migrants to Shanghai, it shows how the institutionalisation, professionalisation and globalisation of the culinary field create new opportunities for the mobility of workers. Transnational mobility can be advantageous to the career mobility of culinary workers at all levels, from line cooks, to head chefs, and further to celebrity chefs building global brands. More generally, the mobility of skilled labour is shown to depend on the transnationalisation of the fields in which skills are socially defined, and migrants themselves are key players in instantiating and expanding a field.
  • Farrer, James
    positions: east asia cultures critique 23(1) 59-90 2015年  査読有り招待有り
    The MIT Visualizing Cultures controversy is linked to a series of anti-Japanese street protests in China during the previous year. As a comparative analysis of these two very different types of protests, this article produces a reading of protest through a series of linked contexts of reception, or interconnected interpretive communities. To elaborate this idea, this article focuses on one of these events, the anti-Japanese protest of April 2005, and in conclusion, compares the reception of this event to the reactions to Visualizing Cultures website. Both events followed a familiar twentieth-century pattern of Chinese youth reacting against perceived insults to China in the realm of international affairs, accusing the Chinese state of weakness in the face of foreign insults. Like the MIT webpage controversy, however, the Shanghai protest unfolded in the borderless context of global media coverage, and also in the particular local and transnational contexts of Shanghai, a rising global city with a large resident foreign population, including the largest Japanese population in any city in the world outside Japan. The interpretations of the protest thus developed across a series of interlinked contexts of reception in Shanghai, in Japan, and further afield. In particular, the article discusses reactions in the Japanese community in Shanghai, and subsequent reactions of Japanese public intellectuals writing about the protest from Japan. Finally, as the events of protest become embedded in opposing nationalist narratives, the article asks how they can be brought back into the classroom, and how the social space of the classroom can serve as an alternative interpretive community for the exploration of both historical memory and the meanings of protest.
  • Farrer, James, Greenspan, Anna
    Global Networks 15(2) 141-160 2015年  査読有り
    This qualitative research documents the educational strategies of international migrants to Shanghai who are attempting to raise their children as cosmopolitans through immersion in local Chinese schools. We distinguish this localizing educational strategy from the established network of international schools designed to serve the families of corporate expatriates. Instead, our research subjects consist of self-initiated expatriates, or middling transnationals', who have chosen to prioritize immersion in the language and culture of China by sending their children to local schools. This localized, or Sinocentric, model exposes non-Chinese children to a challenging and nationalistic Chinese curriculum. Our analysis of these practices as a form of cosmopolitan education challenges both the goal of teaching a universal and placeless ethical cosmopolitanism and the assumption that a meaningful cosmopolitan education must take place in the idealized setting of a liberal cosmopolitan school system. We also highlight the difficulties families face in this approach, describing this as an entangled cosmopolitanism', an enriching but uncomfortable engagement with both local and home-country educational cultures.
  • Farrer, James
    Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 23(4) 397-420 2014年  査読有り
    This paper describes the policies of the People's Republic of China (PRC) for attracting skilled migrants and uses ethnographic fieldwork to discuss the actual employment situations of non-Chinese skilled migrants. Employing the concept of social fields, it describes skilled migrants in three employment sectors in the PRC: (1) Chinese academic and research institutions, (2) managerial work in multinational corporations, and (3) skilled culinary work in international restaurants. The discussion shows that ideas of "skill" are constructed with reference to cultural and ethnic traits perceived as assets in particular economic fields or ethnic capital. Moreover, migrants' ability to adjust to their professional contexts depends both on their cultural and ethnic capital and on their structural positions in the relevant field of work.
  • Farrer, James
    Sexualities 16(1-2) 12-29 2013年  査読有り招待有り
  • Farrer, James, Suo, Gefei, Tsuchiya, Haruka, Sun, Zhongxin
    Sexuality & Culture 16(3) 263-286 2012年  査読有り
  • James Farrer
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37(5) 747-764 2011年  査読有り
    Beginning in the 1980s, bars and dance clubs re-emerged as important zones of intercultural interaction within Shanghai, particularly for expatriates with otherwise little casual social contact with Chinese citizens. Based on interviews with bar- and clubowners and customers, and on field-notes from participant observation over the last 15 years, this historical ethnography describes the changing organisation of the ethnosexual contact zone of the nightlife. Nightlife is a context in which casual interactions among foreign travellers, sojourners and settlers and the increasingly mobile People's Republic of China (PRC) citizens are common and relatively spontaneous. Despite the complexities of these interactions, the ethnographic evidence here points to the continued relevance of postcolonial racial categories in which a struggle for gendered status within the nightscape is described as a competition between a dominant but declining Global Whiteness and a rising Global Chinese racial identity. This mapping of a fractious global nightscape challenges the idea of a seamless transnational capitalist class, and instead points to racial and gendered sexual competition as an important feature of the leisure culture of transnational mobile elites.
  • FARRER JAMES
    Sexualities : studies in culture and society 13(1) 69-95 2010年2月  査読有り
  • James Farrer
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(8) 1211-1228 2010年  査読有り招待有り
    As in the early twentieth century, Shanghai has again become a site for Western settlement. This paper focuses on case studies of long-term Western settlersthose in the city more than five yearsand how they situate themselves in the city through their 'narratives of emplacement' or stories of a personalised relationship to the city. Settler stories reference both a postcolonial nostalgia for the lifestyles of the 1930s Shanghailanders, and a newer post-socialist model of cosmopolitan citizenship for mobile urban elites, related to the state-sponsored ideal of the 'New Shanghainese.' Taken as a whole, expatriate narratives of emplacement construct an idealised image of a culturally cosmopolitan, locally integrated and economically successful immigrant entrepreneur. Few settlers may actually live up to this ideal, but these narrative strategies allow settlers to construct imagined links to a place and polity that substitute for more substantive forms of urban citizenship, while excluding other categories of migrants.
  • James Farrer, Jeff Gavin
    Cyberpsychology Behav. Soc. Netw. 12(4) 407-412 2009年  査読有り招待有り
    This study examines the experiences of past and present members of a popular Japanese online dating site in order to explore the extent to which Western-based theories of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and the development of online relationships are relevant to the Japanese online dating experience. Specifically, it examines whether social information processing theory (SIPT) is applicable to Japanese online dating interactions, and how and to what extent Japanese daters overcome the limitations of CMC through the use of contextual and other cues. Thirty-six current members and 27 former members of Match.com Japan completed an online survey. Using issue-based procedures for grounded theory analysis, we found strong support for SIPT. Japanese online daters adapt their efforts to present and acquire social information using the cues that the online dating platform provides, although many of these cues are specific to Japanese social context.
  • FARRER JAMES
    China - An International Journal 6(1) 1-17 2008年3月  査読有り
  • FARRER JAMES
    Asian Studies Review 32(1) 7-29 2008年3月  査読有り招待有り
  • James Farrer, Haruka Tsuchiya, Bart Bagrowicz
    Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 25(1) 169-188 2008年2月  査読有り
    This article uses qualitative interviews with 135 Japanese in their 20s to discover the meanings and purposes they associate with tsukiau ("going steady") relationships. Relating our findings to Sternberg's triangular theory of love, we find that all three components of intimacy, commitment, and passion are emphasized in tsukiau relationships, though in culturally specific ways. The findings suggest that in a society in which people marry later than before, dating relationships can be a new type of comfort zone for young Japanese adults redefining the boundaries of the "inner" and "outer" self, often replacing or displacing family ties as the context for displaying a backstage "true self." The tsukiau relationship thus represents a transitional life stage for heterosexual Japanese young people.
  • FARRER JAMES
    Journal of Current Chinese Affairs - China aktuell 36(4) 10-44 2007年3月  査読有り筆頭著者
  • Zhongxin Sun, James Farrer, Kyung-hee Choi
    China Perspectives 6401(64) 2-12 2006年3月  査読有り
  • J Farrer, ZX Sun
    China Journal 50(50) 1-36 2003年7月  査読有り
    Extramarital affairs have become standard fare on Chinese television and in discussions of public morality in China. Chinese journalists and academics have related an apparent increase in extramarital affairs to the commercial values of the money economy and a general moral vacuum in contemporary society, but there has been little scholarship devoted to the social and cultural construction of the affair by those directly involved. Based on 69 interviews with Shanghai residents involved in extramarital affairs, this paper discusses how ordinary Shanghai people experience and describe extramarital affairs in the reform era.

主要なMISC

 19
  • James Farrer
    GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 29(4) 507-510 2023年10月  筆頭著者
  • James Farrer
    Gastronomica 23(1) iv-ix 2023年2月1日  招待有り筆頭著者
  • James Farrer
    Gastronomica: the Journal of Food Studies 22(4) 49-53 2022年12月  筆頭著者
  • James Farrer
    Japanese Studies 36(3) 399-401 2016年  
  • FARRER JAMES
    36-38 2010年7月  
    昨今特に政治の場で注目を集めている“食のソフトパワー”という概念について、その定義づけとグローバル社会における動向を調査、分析した。“食のソフトパワー”とは、ある国や地域独自の食文化が、他の地域の人々を惹き付ける力として定義される。基盤となるものは二つあり、地域料理の格付け(quality)、人気・購買力(quantity)である。アメリカのファストフードを例に取ると、格付けではフランス料理などに劣るが、世界各地における普及率や店舗数の多さはその人気の高さを裏付けている。現代において、食のソフトパワーはレストランなど外食産業と料理本、その他のメディアを通して外へと発信される。急速にグローバル化する社会の中で、食のナショナリズムと食の世界主義(cosmopolitanism)が互いに絡み合って発展するというのも注目すべき点である。また、食のソフトパワーの強弱を決定する要素はグローバル社会における主要な関心事とも密接に関わっている。

主要な書籍等出版物

 64

主要な講演・口頭発表等

 161
  • James Farrer
    IMISCOE Annual Conference 2024年7月4日 IMISCOE
    From performing artists to engineers and athletes, migrants are not only moving around the world as participants in global industries and cultural worlds but are also among the principal agents who make, shape, and remake these industries and worlds. Global cultural industries can be thought of as a type of migration infrastructure that facilitates the mobility of skilled migrants, but more than this they are assemblages of human and non-human agents working at various scales to produce and reproduce complex social and cultural worlds inhabited by these actors. This paper looks at the movement of Japanese culinary migrants to Europe and the creation of an expansive Japanese culinary infrastructure in Europe. This case study serves as an example of how migrants helped create a cultural industry, as well as a cultural world, a social space that gives meaning to participation both by producers and consumers, in the form of hierarchies of taste, styles of dining, and sources of gustatory inspiration and enjoyment. This industry, largely created by Japanese migrants, subsequently serves as a platform for further migration by non-Japanese people and institutions. The research looks at the participation of migrants and many other actors in the creation of a Japanese culinary infrastructure in Europe, focusing on the Japanese enclave in Düsseldorf as a central locus of this production. The paper begins with the creation of a Japanese culinary infrastructure in the 1960s and continues with examples of how this infrastructure has facilitated the cultural and business activities of a variety of Asian migrants well into the twenty-first century.
  • James Farrer
    Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting 2024年3月16日
  • James Farrer
    The International Conference in Japanese Studies: Iaponica Brunensia 2023 2023年9月16日 Masaryk University Department of Japanese Studies  招待有り
  • James Farrer, Lenka Vyletalova
    Japanese Cultural Center of the Palacky University, public lecture 2023年9月13日 Palacky University (Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci)  招待有り
    Japonská kuchyně se stala opravdu světovou - podává se ve více než 150 000 restauracích mimo Japonsko - od jednoduchých jídelen až po chrámy “fine dining”. Největší rozmach zaznamenala v posledních čtyřiceti letech, ale kořeny konzumace japonských kulinářských výrobků jakožto něčeho módního jsou mnohem starší. Prof. James Farrer ze Sophia University v Tokiu a dr. Lenka Vyleťalová z UP se podělí o bohatá etnografická data ze šesti kontinentů a přiblíží, jak v průběhu jednoho a půl století japonská kuchyně dobyla svět. Přednášející jsou autory kapitol v nedávno vydaném svazku The Global Japanese Restaurant: Mobilities, Imaginaries, and Politics.
  • James Farrer
    2022 Global City Roundtable 2022年10月28日 The Education University of Hong Kong  招待有り
  • James Farrer
    Conference on Food and Sustainability: Local food system, food policy and global engagement, 2022年8月12日 Sustainable Ecological Ethical Development Foundation (SEED) and Southeast Asia Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong  招待有り
  • James Farrer
    Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference 2022年3月27日
    Japanese foodways have long been characterized by local diversity, unique products, relatively small-scale production, and attention to culinary artisanry, but all these features are endangered by multiple crises, with many exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Japan is not unique in these challenges and can be regarded as a test case for how local food actors can adapt to crises and stressors such workforce aging, labor shortages, mass tourism, over-fishing, animal diseases (such as swine flu and avian influenza), changing tastes, climate change, import dependency, and, most recently, the pandemic. The panelists in this roundtable all have conducted long-term ethnographic research on Japanese foodways and the Japanese food system, including agriculture and fisheries, school lunches, food education, neighborhood restaurants, culinary tourism, and the careers and activities of chefs. These ethnographic studies center on concrete food practices, and the discussion will focus on how actors in these sites cope with the crises of the pandemic and emerging post-pandemic era. One focus is COVID, but we have found that COVID is often only one contributing and exacerbating factor in the longer-term crises and stresses faced by food actors. We will discuss how the pandemic impacted agricultural producers, tourism professionals, small businesses, culinary workers, food educators, and other food actors. We will hear from each of the panelists how the actors they studied have sustained local foodways and how they have failed to do so. We hope this discussion will contribute to a deeper understanding of the linkages between economic, environmental, and social sustainability in Japanese foodways. Individually the topics we will cover in the discussion are chicken farming (Ben Schrager), wine tourism (Chuanfei Wang), oyster farming (Shingo Hamada), vegetable farming (Greg de St. Maurice), whaling (Akamine Jun), and food education (Stephanie Assmann). Each discussant will briefly describe their fieldwork and discuss crises and responses by local actors. This format will allow us to use the discussion to identify crises and responses that cut across ethnographic sites. Ideas from the online audience will be welcome and the goal is to stimulate discussion of the nature of food crises.
  • James Farrer
    Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, Princeton University 2021年9月27日 Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China  招待有り
  • James Farrer
    2021 Joint Annual Conference Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS), Agriculture, Food & Human Values Society (AFHVS), Canadian Association for Food Studies (CAFS), The Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (SAFN) 2021年6月9日 New York University
  • James Farrer, Chuanfei Wang
    Modern Chinese Foodways Conference 2021年4月23日 Emory University  招待有り
  • James Farrer
    Association for Asian Studies Virtual Annual Conference 2021年3月23日 Association for Asian Studies
  • Building City Knowledge from Neighborhoods, ARI-NUS/SEANNET Conference 2021年3月11日 National University of Singapore  招待有り
  • James Farrer
    ChinaWhite Project 2021年2月9日 University of Amsterdam  招待有り
  • James Farrer
    Association for Asian Studies (AAS-in-Asia) 2020年8月31日 Association for Asian Studies

主要な共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

 13

主要な学術貢献活動

 8

主要な社会貢献活動

 1

主要なメディア報道

 38
  • TBS テレビ マツコの知らない世界 東京 2024年6月25日 テレビ・ラジオ番組
    2024年6月25日のTBS系『マツコの知らない世界』~東京街グルメSP~ で放送された、「西荻窪の世界」をまとめたのでご紹介します。大注目のディープタウン!今日のマツコの知らない世界は、西荻窪の世界です。世界の都市を研究し西荻窪に行き着いた大学教授ファーラー・ジェームズさんが、西荻窪の最新事情を教えてくれました。 20超えの商店街、コスパ最強の西荻フレンチなど、気になるお店が続々登場します。
  • 東京 2024年2月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • 上智大学 東京 2023年12月 会誌・広報誌
    - 東京の個人経営飲食店は、多様なコミュニティ活動を支えており、地域の社会インフラとして機能している。 - 個人経営飲食店を核とした地域エコシステムを維持する東京は、世界中の都市のモデルになりうる。 - 本研究は小規模ビジネスが成り立つヒューマンスケールの建築を維持する重要性を強く示唆しており、今後の都市開発に一石を投じる成果。
  • NHK World Dive in Tokyo Tokyo 2023年8月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
    Since opening in 2012, Tokyo Skytree has become one of the city's most popular tourist spots. But what's less known is that the area was also a leisure destination centuries ago in the Edo period, thanks to its many temples and shrines. Then, as Japan modernized, it became an industrial center and logistics hub that helped build the foundations of modern-day Tokyo, including Tokyo Skytree itself. Join us as we learn how the city's waterways set the stage for this iconic broadcasting tower.
  • 東京 2023年4月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • 東京 2023年4月 新聞・雑誌
  • NHK World Dive in Tokyo Tokyo 2023年2月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
    This time we explore the Omori area, located in the south of the city along Tokyo Bay. As a former aquaculture hub specializing in nori (edible seaweed), it retains a deep connection to the ocean. James Farrer (Professor, Sophia University) visits one of many local nori wholesalers, then encounters a group cultivating the crop using traditional methods. Later, he climbs to higher ground and learns about Omori's history as a tourist destination. Join us as we dive into this bayside neighborhood.
  • NHK World Dive in Tokyo Tokyo 2022年7月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • BBC World The Forum London 2021年9月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • NHK World Tokyo Eye 2020 2021年7月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • 澎湃新闻 The Paper 澎湃新闻 The Paper Shanghai 2020年6月 新聞・雑誌
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan Japan Up Close 2019年12月 インターネットメディア
  • Carnegie Council Podcasts Asia Dialogues New York City USA 2019年7月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
    Is China becoming an immigrant society? Why do foreigners move to the country? What can we learn by studying Shanghai's international community? James Farrer, a professor at Tokyo's Sophia University, has interviewed over 400 migrants to China looking to answer these questions. He and Senior Fellow Devin Stewart discuss immigration's impact on Chinese culture and whether foreigners can ever really fit in.
  • South China Morning Post Hong Kong 2019年6月 新聞・雑誌
  • NHK World Tokyo Eye 2020 Tokyo 2019年3月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • National Public Radio (NPR) Shanghai 2016年4月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • Carnegie Council Podcasts Asia Dialogues New York City USA 2016年3月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
    Senior Fellow Devin Stewart speaks with sociologist James Farrer (Sophia University, Tokyo) about the changing norms around gender, sexual rights, dating, and marriage in Japan. They also discuss Farrer's advice for researchers interested in Japanese society. Farrer is co-author of "Shanghai Nightscapes: A Nocturnal Biography of A Global City."
  • Die Zeit Die Zeit 2015年9月 新聞・雑誌
  • The New York Times The New York Times 2013年3月 新聞・雑誌
  • The New Yorker The New Yorker New York City USA 2012年5月 新聞・雑誌
  • The Global Times The Global Times Shanghai 2011年8月 新聞・雑誌
  • CNN CNN 2010年1月 新聞・雑誌
  • China Daily China Daily Shanghai 2009年9月 新聞・雑誌
  • 上海电视台 风言峰语 2009年3月 テレビ・ラジオ番組
  • South China Morning Post Hong Kong 2005年10月 新聞・雑誌
  • The New York Times The New York Times 2005年5月 新聞・雑誌

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