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FUKUSHIMA ― A Political Economic Analysis of a Nuclear Disaster
Miranda A. Schreurs and Fumikazu Yoshida

判型: A5 並製
頁数: 146
ISBN: 978-4-8329-0366-1
Cコード: C3031
発行日:2013-03-11
定価: 3,240円 (本体価格3,000円+税)

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●本書の特徴

東日本大震災に引き続いて起きた東京電力福島第一原子力発電所による原発災害は,いまだその収束の目途も立っていない歴史的な大事故である。しかし原因と結果,被害についての分析はまだ十分に行われていない。福島原発災害について世界的視野から分析する。
●版元から

The nuclear disaster at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant that was unleashed by the March 11, 2011 Great East Japan earthquake is an accident of unprecedented, historic proportions.
There are still many unanswered questions about the causes, consequences, and damages of this disaster.
In this book, the Fukushima nuclear accident is analyzed from a global perspective.

2011年3月11日の東日本大震災に引き続いて起きた東京電力福島第一原子力発電所による原発災害は,
いまだその収束の目途も立っていない歴史的な大事故である。しかし原因と結果,被害についての分析は
まだ十分に行われていない。福島原発災害について世界的視野から分析する。

第1章 Global view of Fukushima disaster / Miranda Schreurs(世界的視野からみた福島事故 /ミランダ・シュロアーズ:ベルリン自由大学環境政策研究所所長)
世界的視野から見た,福島原発事故の位置,ドイツの脱原発の動き,日本への教訓などを明らかにし,今後の省エネ,再生可能エネルギーの展望についても触れる。
第2章 Political economic analysis of Nuclear disaster / Fumikazu Yoshida(原発災害の政治経済学的分析 / 吉田文和:北大大学院経済学研究科教授)
福島の事故の原因を歴史的,制度的,経済学的に明らかにする。その上で,被害の発生,責任,補償,環境再生の取組を検討する。過去の公害問題との違いと関連に留意する。
第3章 Governance of Nuclear Safety / Kazuto Suzuki(原子力安全のガバナンス分析 / 鈴木一人:北大大学院法学研究科教授)
福島事故の民間臨調報告書作成に携わった著者が,その聞き取り調査を踏まえ,福島事故政治ガバナンスの立場から明らかにする。
第4章 Victims and Refugees of Nuclear disaster /Masafumi Yokemoto and FuminoriTamba(原発災害避難者の調査 / 除本理史:大阪市大学准教授・丹波史紀:福島大学准教授)
福島原発事故による被災者と避難者の統計的調査と聞き取り調査を踏まえて,福島事故の被害の全体像を明らかにする。本格的な分析である。

●目次

Preface 
An Overview of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident 

Chapter1 The International Reaction to the Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Implications for Japan
1. Introduction 
2. The global status of nuclear power 
3. Moving ahead with nuclear despite Fukushima 
4. Early decisions to reject nuclear energy 
5. Contrasting developments in Germany and France 
6. South Korea's emerging anti-nuclear community 
7. The United States: Nuclear stagnation despite governmental support 
8. Spreading opposition to nuclear energy in Belgium, Italy, Lithuania, and Switzerland 
9. Implications for Japan 

Chapter2 The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: One of the World's Worst Cases of Pollution 
1. Introduction 
2. The perspective afforded by the theory of the problems of pollution 
3. The theoretical concept of the causes of pollution as applied to the nuclear disaster 
4. Japan's nuclear reactors should not be re-started until the findings of the official reports have been thoroughly considered and appropriate actions taken in the light of their proposals 
5. Background causes: a Questioning of Japanese society and science 
6. The theoretical concept of “background causes” as applied to nuclear power plants: An analysis of nuclear power from the perspective of environmental safety governance 
7. The theoretical concept of “relief” as applied to nuclear disaster 
8. The theoretical principle of “social cost” as applied to the nuclear disaster 
9. The theoretical principle of “compensation” as applied to nuclear disaster 
10. The theoretical principle of “compensation” as applied to the nuclear disaster Verification of the TEPCO Management and Finance Investigation Committee Report 
11. The theoretical principle of “countermeasures” as applied to a nuclear disaster, The reality of “a cold shutdown condition” and “accident contained” declarations 

Chapter3 Japan's Nuclear Safety: Regulations and Risk Perceptions 
1. Introduction 
2. Definition of risk 
3. Perception of accident risk in the early days of nuclear power 
4. Increasing risk awareness and the strengthening of the myth of safety 
5. The growth of the myth of safety 
6. The failure to control risks after the creation of NISA 
7. Risk awareness after the Fukushima nuclear accident 
8. The energy choice for the future 

Chapter4 The Evacuation of Residents after the Fukushima Nuclear Accident 
1. Introduction 
2. Evacuation circumstances 
3. Findings of a questionnaire regarding the awareness of evacuated residents 
4. From the interview survey of evacuated residents of Namie Town 
5. Conclusion 

Chapter5 Future Perspectives 
1. Introduction 
2. The debate about restarting nuclear power plants in Japan 
3. Alternative policy: The “why” and the “how” of German denuclearization
4. The potential of Hokkaido: Hopes for combined heat and power 
5. Policy to reduce reliance on nuclear power: A review of short, medium and long-term prospects 
●著者紹介

Miranda A. Schreurs(Miranda A. Schreurs)
Director, Environmental Policy Research Centre, Free University of Berlin

Kazuto Suzuki(Kazuto Suzuki)
Professor, Graduate School of Law, Hokkaido University

Fuminori Tamba(Fuminori Tamba)
Associate Professor, Faculty of Administration and Social Sciences, Fukushima University

Masafumi Yokemoto(Masafumi Yokemoto)
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Business, Osaka City University

Fumikazu Yoshida(Fumikazu Yoshida)
Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Hokkaido University

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