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AbstractIf the online spread of incendiary information has recently been hotly debated in the West, then related phenomena have been longer-standing concerns in China and Russia. Since 2009, explosions in social media use in both countries have seen internet “rumors” proliferate, alongside...
AbstractThis article discusses an elite form of ruralism in contemporary China. Using ethnographic material collected at two sustainable farming events, it introduces the intellectuals who organize these events as well as the urban residents who attend. Ruralism—the idea that ‘real’ China is...
AbstractThis paper – at the intersection of island studies, youth research, and the anthropology of the future – examines the future perspectives of young Oki Islanders. When we investigate future images, we also explore present-day action. What do young people expect, what do they aspire to,...
AbstractThis report reflects on the use of endurance running as an intentional fieldwork method to engage with the farmers and landscapes of rural Japan. It provides a unique means of interacting with those landscapes while taking researchers into places and communities otherwise difficult to...
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