MATSUI, Rie

  

  

    Affiliation & Position           

  

    Lecturer, Department of Community Design, Faculty of Tourism and Community Studies, Atomi University

 

      Researcher, Institute of Social Theory and Dynamics

  

    Field of study

  

        Environmental Sociology

 

  

    Research Theme

 

  Post-colonial studies in architecture; ethnographic/document researches about how the Japanese style houses in Korea, built in colonial times, have been used and appropriated by the local Korean residents.

 

Studies of the works of Kazue Morisaki

 

 Achievements

 

MATSUI, Rie, 2005, The Possibility of “Strategic Paternalism” in Environmental Movements: A Case Study of Community(Maul) Building in the Samdeok-dong Quarter of Daegu City, Korea, Journal of Environmental Sociology Vol.11: 188-201. (in Japanese)

 

MATSUI, Rie, The Logic of Historic Preservation Movement in the Context of Community Formation: A Case Study of CSES in Daegu, Korea, The Annual Review of Sociology Vol.21: 119-130. (in Japanese)

 

MATSUI, Rie, The Passivity-based Social Research and Its Possibility: From the Description on the Process of a Fieldwork, Advances in Social Research Vol.1: 79-83. (in Japanese)

 

MATSUI, Rie, 2016, Relocating Colonial Memories: A Social Movement in a Gentrifying Neighborhood in Daegu, Korea, Abstract Book of International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences:32.

 

MATSUI, Rie, 2017, Urban Regeneration through Landscape Preservation Movement: from a case study of renovation planning of historical architectures in Daegu, South Korea, Contemporary Sociological Studies Vol.30: 27-43. (in Japanese)

 

 

MATSUI, Rie, 2019, How Can We Reconsider Colonial Korea: From Kazue Morisaki’s Gyeongju, The Call of Mother, Social Theory and Dynamics Vol.11: 91-111. (in Japanese)