Research Papers

All research papers deleted on 25 April, 2017

Papers of contributors to be featured in The Routledge Handbook of Civil Society in Asia, edited by Akihiro Ogawa, can be downloaded below. Please note that all documents are password-protected, and a password has been emailed to all research presenters. If you have not received it, please contact the Conference Organising Committee.

Handbook Structure

Handbook Person / Affiliation
Preface Jeff Kingston, Temple University, Japan Campus 
Introduction Akihiro Ogawa, The University of Melbourne

I. Country Review

Country Person / Affiliation FiguresTablesPictures
1. Japan Simon Avenell, Australian National University    
2. South Korea Yooil Bae, Singapore Management University 2.1
3. China Anthony J. Spires, The Chinese University of Hong Kong    
4. Hong Kong Alvin Y. So, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology    
5. Taiwan Anru Lee, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York   
6. Mongolia Bumochir Dulam, University College London    
7. The Philippines Jorge Tingo, University of the Philippines 7.1 7.1 
8. Vietnam Jörg Wischermann, German Institute of Global and Area Studies and Dang Thi Viet Phuong, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences    
9. Malaysia Gaik Cheng Khoo, The University of Nottingham, Malaysia    
10. Singapore Gillian Koh and Debbie Soon, National University of Singapore    
11. Indonesia Vedi Hadiz, The University of Melbourne    
12. Cambodia Astrid Norén-Nilsson, Lund University   
13. Laos Gretchen Kunze, Country Representative, World Learning, Myanmar   
14. Thailand Bencharat Sae Chua, Mahidol University    
15. Burma Stephen McCarthy, Griffith University    
16. Bangladesh M. Anwar Hossen, University of Dhaka   
17. India Pradeep Taneja and Salim Kassim-Lakha, The University of Melbourne    
18. Pakistan Nadeem Malik, The University of Melbourne    
19. Nepal Mukta Tamang, Tribhuvan University    
20. Bhutan Michiyo Kiwako Okuma-Nyström, Independent Scholar   20.1 
21. Sri Lanka Udan Fernando, Centre for Poverty Analysis    

II. Thematic Review

Institutions Person / Affiliation FiguresTablesPictures
22. Democracy Apichai Shipper, Georgetown University  22.1 
23. Authoritarian Rule Jörg Wischermann, German Institute of Global and Area Studies23.1  
24. The Third Sector Ruth Phillips, The University of Sydney    
25. Family Allison Alexy, University of Michigan    
26. Religion Gwyn McClelland, Monash University   26.1
Civic engagement Person / Affiliation FiguresTablesPictures
27. Social Enterprises Rosario Laratta, Meiji University     
28. Philanthropy Masayuki Deguchi, National Museum of Ethnology, Japan    
29. Sustainability Satoshi Miyazaki, Waseda University    
Social movements Person / Affiliation FiguresTablesPictures
30. Human Rights Jennifer Chan, The University of British Columbia    
31. Base Protest Yuko Kawato, Asia Centre, Paris     
32. Youth Activism  Ian Rowen, Academia Sinica, Institute of Ethnology and French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC)    
33. Sexuality Claire Maree, The University of Melbourne    
Infrastructure Person / Affiliation FiguresTablesPictures
34. Media Claudia Astarita, The University of Melbourne    
35. Development Chika Watanabe, The University of Manchester    
36. Migration Daniel Kremers, German Institute for Japanese Studies
and Stefan Rother, University of Freiburg
37. Environment Janelle Knox-Hayes, Massachusetts Institute of Technology    
38. Crisis Nobuyo Goto, Institute of Basic Economic Science and Fukushima Medical University