Planning number:A18

Sachiko Mori Lab.

Presentation Group Representative : Sachiko Mori (Faculty of Policy Management)

Tokyo Midtown East B1F Hall A18

The Loss of Town

Person in Charge of the Project:Shiori Tando

Since the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred, Fukushima has changed. We cannot see any difference by our eyes, but it is no longer the same from the previous. Radiation meters are installed on everywhere, and dosage is reported with daily weather forecast. Feelings of anxiety and fear to radioactive contamination are natural for people in Fukushima. I want to do a research of how people mind to his or her hometown has changed through the earthquake using questionnaires and interviews. The result would be materials of an examination which shows us how people miss Fukushima.

Close People's View of Well-being

Person in Charge of the Project:Yuki Abe

How people feel happy is different from individuals. I would like to consider well being concretely by interviews with my family and close friends.

memory with child

Person in Charge of the Project:Yui Beppu

I love children. I joined summer camp with battered children. I wish our memory, walking around, talking about something, cooking and eating etc., make their heart open. Please show our memory. I want you image our memory.

The influence that it gives in a heart to be alone

Person in Charge of the Project:Yuki Kobayashi

There will be much situation that there is alone when we live under daily life. For example, when we enter the bath alone when we get on a train during attending school alone. We should be often alone without intending. We may want to become sometimes alone. I checked what kind of influence it had on a heart to be alone.

End of Life Plans the meaning of designing your own Funeral

Person in Charge of the Project:Mayu Nagumo

The words of Shukatsu, which is End of Life Plans, have received a lot of attention in recent years. This project takes it as a process of self-searching and focuses on the meaning of designing elderly persons' own funerals.
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