TITLE

高度経済成長期以降の大阪・釜ヶ崎における高齢者の生存と共同性——紙芝居劇サークル「むすび」小史として——

AUTHOR(S)
Nogawa Yasuharu
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Journal of Historical Studies / Rekishigaku Kenkyu;Jan2013, Issue 901, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Since the 1990s, some elderly people in Osaka’s Kamagasaki area, who were lonely and distrustful of others, have tried to self-transform through the ties with their supporters. This article notes this development and explores its historical meaning.
ACCESSION #
98811596

 

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