第49回総合防災セミナー

  • セミナー
開催期間 2021.11.19  9:30 ~ 11:00
場所 ONLINE via zoom (In English)
対象 研究者、学生、一般

11月19日(金)に第49回総合防災セミナーを開催します。ご関心ある方はご参加お待ちしています。
 
[Date]
11月19日(金)午前9時30分~11時00分
9:30am-11:00am, November 19, Fri.
 

[Registration]
Zoomにて開催します。参加される場合は、11月18日午後1時までに以下にご登録ください。
Seminar will be held online via Zoom. Please register below by 1:00 pm, November 18.
 

参加登録フォーム(Registration form):https://forms.gle/miKzzB1jiFcTBfh46
 

[Title]
Multi-voiced and Multi-angle Reality of Disaster Risk Reduction Action Research
―Perspective of Chained Visual Ethnography
(多声的・多角的な防災実践を表現するチェーンド・ビジュアル・エスノグラフィーの展望)
 

[Speaker]
中野元太 (京都大学防災研究所・助教)
Assistant Prof. Genta NAKANO (Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University)
 

[Abstract]
Disaster risk reduction action research involves various stakeholders such as researchers, government officers, community people, teachers and students. Stakeholders collaboratively carry out the action research, for example, making community plans, evacuation drills and educational activities. Since all the stakeholders are proactively involved in the action research, each stakeholder has their own way of looking/analyzing the action research progress and outcomes. In other words, a researcher has his/her own way of looking at the action research while community people have their own way of looking at the action research, thus there exists a multi-voiced and multi-angle reality of action research. However, evaluation of action research often reflects only the voice of researchers and is published in the form of academic paper and/or book chapters. The multi-voiced and multi-angle reality of action research remains as researcher's single-voice and single angle.
This presentation aims to propose chained visual ethnography of action research that depicts multi-voiced and a multi-angle reality. The visual ethnography (VE) that reflected the author’s reality was developed based on the disaster risk reduction practices in Mexico. The VE was viewed with the action research participants and their comment videos were developed. Thus, the multi-voiced and multi-angle reality of the practices from the standpoint of the researchers and the participants are visualized. The VE and videos are posted on a website to stimulate advanced practices which lead to further VE and comment videos as chained visual ethnography.