Sonic practice in Japan: sound in everyday life

This anthropological project focuses on 'sonic practice' - a way of understanding how sound is made significant to people in their everyday life - and its impact on social relations in Japan.

Australian Research Council Discovery Project

Carolyn Stevens; Tamara Kohn; Richard Chenhall; Theodore Bestor; Shuhei Hosokawa; Joseph Hankins
Japanese Studies, School of Languages Literature Cultures & Linguistics

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