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過疎地域のソーシャル・キャピタル形成における郵便局の意義と役割 : 利用実態とボランティアサービスの郵政民営化前後の比較分析を通じて

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Title: 過疎地域のソーシャル・キャピタル形成における郵便局の意義と役割 : 利用実態とボランティアサービスの郵政民営化前後の比較分析を通じて
Other Titles: Significance and roles of Post Offices on constructing social capital in underpopulated areas : Comparative analysis between before and after privatization of the postal system on residents' utilization and Post Offices' voluntary services
Authors: 森, 傑1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Mori, Suguru1
Keywords: 郵便局
post office
under-populated area
Issue Date: Oct-2010
Publisher: 日本都市計画学会
Journal Title: 都市計画論文集
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Start Page: 187
End Page: 192
Abstract: Japan started privatization of its postal system in 2007 under the 10-year privatization plan. In addition, it is planning that reorganization of the post offices especially in under-populated areas. In this study, we focused on the situation of post offices in Hokkaido before and after privatization from the viewpoint of the relation to local community. The questionnaire, the telephone interviews and the field survey were conducted in 2006 and 2008. As a result, following points were cleared; the post offices in under-populated areas have values as public property which contributes to social capital, and the location is important for residents and staffs to have communication each other and to keep the attachment on the post offices.
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Type: article (author version)
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Submitter: 森 傑

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