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Daniel P. AldrichPurdue University and USAID
   Understand how Japan – the only nation to have    experienced atomic weaponry – developed one of    the most advanced ...
Increase   Maintain     Decrease*   Abolish*   Unknown                          status quoDecember       55.1       20.2  ...
Annual Population Growth Rates in Tokyo                 1Population Growth Rate (Percentage)           0     -.5    .5    ...
.15Population Growth Rate (Percentage)                                              Chi-squared value: .001      0        ...
Predicted Population Growth Rate                              -.02     0       .02      .04    .06   60       50Voter Turn...
Data from Katsuji    Nagata A Before   Fukushima B before2001: 231Population                191                 180Average...
Chuo-ku                        Higashinada-ku                          Hyogo-ku             120000                        ...
.03Predicted Population Growth Rate     .01          .02                  0                                    0         ....
Social capital / networks played large role in site selection, and will continue to play a role in the post-crisis recover...
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
One Year Later: Japanese Responses to the Fukushima Disaster
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  1. 1. Daniel P. AldrichPurdue University and USAID
  2. 2.  Understand how Japan – the only nation to have experienced atomic weaponry – developed one of the most advanced nuclear power programs in the world Recognize the ways in which public opinion on nuclear power has shifted since the 3/11 compounded disaster Intuit the engines for recovery that will help Japan rebuild after the disaster
  3. 3. Increase Maintain Decrease* Abolish* Unknown status quoDecember 55.1 20.2 14.7 2.3 7.72005 (PM)October 2009 59.6 18.8 14.6 1.6 5.4(PM)4 April 2011 10 46 29 12 3(Yomiuri)9 June 2011 4 41 36 16 3(Asahi)5 August 5 49 32 13 12011 (Sokagakkai)28 October 2 23 42 24 92011 (NHK)
  4. 4. Annual Population Growth Rates in Tokyo 1Population Growth Rate (Percentage) 0 -.5 .5 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933
  5. 5. .15Population Growth Rate (Percentage) Chi-squared value: .001 0 .05 -.05 .1 Low levels of social capital High levels of social capital
  6. 6. Predicted Population Growth Rate -.02 0 .02 .04 .06 60 50Voter Turn Out (Percentage) 80 70
  7. 7. Data from Katsuji Nagata A Before Fukushima B before2001: 231Population 191 180Average age 51.1 50.6# Households 73 64Household age 62.4 59.2Average Household 442 man 402.8 manIncomeNumber of Years in 32.3 43.4the Community% born in the 9.2 71.9community% Renting 34.7 15.9% Working 64.6 69.8
  8. 8. Chuo-ku Higashinada-ku Hyogo-ku 120000 220000 130000 115000 200000 120000 110000 180000 110000 105000 160000 100000 100000 Kita-ku Nada-ku Nagata-kuPopulation 240000 130000 140000 230000 120000 120000 220000 110000 210000 100000 100000 200000 90000 80000 Nishi-ku Suma-ku Tarumi-ku 250000 190000 240000 185000 235000 200000 180000 230000 175000 225000 150000 170000 220000 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 Year
  9. 9. .03Predicted Population Growth Rate .01 .02 0 0 .0001 .0002 .0003 Lagged Number of NPOs Created per Capita
  10. 10. Social capital / networks played large role in site selection, and will continue to play a role in the post-crisis recovery processCitizen science, protests, and anti-nuclear movements indicate bottom-up responseJapan stands at a crossroads and its choices could set the standard for other nations

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