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Chapman, D., and K.J. Krogness, ed. Japan’s Household Registration System and Citizenship: Koseki, Identification and Documentation. New York: Routledge, 2014.

  • Chapman, David. “Managing ‘Strangers’ and ‘Undecidables:’ population registration in Meiji Japan.” Ibid., pp. 93-110.
  • Chen, Tien-Shi (Lara). “Officially Invisible: the Stateless (mukokusekisha) and the Unregistered (mukosekisha).” Ibid. pp. 221-238.
  • Mackie, Vera. “Birth registration and the right to have rights: the changing family and the unchanging koseki.” Ibid., pp. 203-220.
  • Mori, Kenji. “The Development of the Modern Koseki.” Ibid., pp. 59-76.

Clancey, Gregory. “Disasters as change agents: three earthquakes and three Japans.” East Asian Science, Technology and Society, Vol. 5, No. 3 (2011): 395-402.

Clancey, Gregory. “The Changing Character of Disaster Victimhood: Evidence from Japan’s ‘Great Earthquakes.’” Critical Asian Studies, Volume 48, No. 3 (July 2016): 256-379

Smits, Gregory. Seismic Japan – The Long History and Continuing Legacy of the Ansei Edo Earthquake. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2013.

Smits, Gregory. “Shaking Up Japan: Edo Society and the 1855 Catfish Picture Prints.” Journal of Social History, Vol. 39, No. 4 (2006): 1045-1078.

Hayashi, Reiko. “Provisioning Edo in the Early Eighteenth Century: The Pricing Policies of the Shogunate and the Crisis of 1733.” Edo & Paris: Urban Life & the State in the Early Modern Era, edited by James L. McClain et al., Cornell University Press, 1994, pp. 211-233

Mansfield, Stephen. Tokyo: A Biography. Tuttle Publishing, 2016.

Naito, Akira, and Kazuo Hozumi. Edo, The City That Became Tokyo: An Illustrated History. Translated by H. Mack Horton, Kodansha International, 2003.

Nakahara, Shinji. “Lessons learnt from the recent tsunami in Japan: necessity of epidemiological evidence to strengthen community-based preparation and emergency response plans.” Injury Prevention, Vol. 17, No. 6 (2011): 361-364.

Nishiyama, Matsunosuke. Edo Culture: Daily Life and Diversions in Urban Japan, 1600-1868. Translated by Gerald Groemer, University of Hawai’i Press, 1997.

Sand, Jordan. “How Tokyo Invented Sushi.” Food and the City. Edited by Dorotheé Imbert, Harvard University Press, 2015, pp. 223-248.

Tsutsui, K., & Shin, H. J. “Global Norms, Local Activism, and Social Movement Outcomes: Global Human Rights and Resident Koreans in Japan.” Social Problems 55, vol. 3 (2008): 391-418.

Weisenfeld, Gennifer S. Imaging Disaster: Tokyo and the Visual Culture of Japan’s Great Earthquake of 1923. Berkeley: University of California Press, c2012.

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