著者
池 俊介
出版者
公益社団法人 日本地理学会
雑誌
E-journal GEO (ISSN:18808107)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.13, no.1, pp.359-366, 2018 (Released:2018-06-12)
参考文献数
4
著者
池 俊介
出版者
公益社団法人 日本地理学会
雑誌
E-journal GEO (ISSN:18808107)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.7, no.1, pp.35-42, 2012 (Released:2012-04-09)
参考文献数
23
被引用文献数
1 1 1

地理学習では,少なくとも学習指導要領のレベルにおいては野外での地域調査が一貫して重視されてきた.しかし,小学校では地域調査の内容の形骸化が進み,また中・高校では地域調査は準備や実施に時間を要するために,実際には地域調査を行う教員の割合は低くなっている.地域調査の実施率を上げるためには,教室での学習では得られない地域調査の教育的意義を明確化するほか,地域調査の内容や方法を学ぶことのできる教員養成カリキュラムの整備や,地理学習の他の学習内容との関係を深める内容面での工夫などが必要である.
著者
池 俊介
出版者
公益社団法人 日本地理学会
雑誌
E-journal GEO (ISSN:18808107)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, no.1, pp.156-164, 2020 (Released:2020-05-15)
参考文献数
4
著者
池 俊介 有賀 さつき
出版者
日本地理教育学会
雑誌
新地理 (ISSN:05598362)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.47, no.2, pp.1-22, 1999-09-25 (Released:2010-04-30)
参考文献数
27
被引用文献数
1

In recent years, coastal regions in Japan have been used as not only sea bathing resorts, but also as spaces for marine sports. This study clarifies processes and factors that lead to the formation of the tourist resort in the settlement of Osezaki in Numazu-shi, Shizuoka prefecture, as a typical case of the tourist resort for divers that located around the metropolitan area. The results are as follows.1. Scuba diving was introduced into Japan in 1947, and has become widespread rapidly after 1980's. With the increase of divers, 178 diving spots have been opened until now. They can be classified into two types; the first type locates near the metropolitan area and the second type locates on islands in low latitudes. Osezaki as a diving spot is the typical case of the first type.2. The inhabitants on Enashi-ku have depended upon coastal fishery, farming and production of firewood until 1950's. But with the rapid development of orange farming in 1960's, most of inhabitants became more dependant upon farming which utilized on terraced fields and made a comfortable income. For that reason, most of inhabitants were not interested in the operation of recreational industry on Osezaki in 1960's.3. With the improvement of traffic means and the decline of orange farming that was caused by the sudden fall of the price of oranges, some inhabitants of Enashi-ku started to operate the minsyuku (cheap lodging house in tourist resorts) as a principal occupation after 1970's. Enashi-ku as the community also started to operate the car park for tourists, using their common land.4. After the opening of diving spot of Osezaki in 1985, the number of divers has rapidly increased. And now, divers who visit to Osezaki amount to 85000 a year. As a results most of minshuku come to put diving service shops in their buildings and the settlement of Osezaki as the minshuku region changed to the tourist resort for divers.5. The superiority as a diving area (shortness of the time distance from Tokyo, beautiful landscape under the sea etc.) is important as fundamental conditions of the formation of the tourist resort for divers. On the other hand, managers of minshuku have positively offered special services for divers, because of maintaining their stability of operation. Divers who visit to Osezaki throughout the year were attractive for managers of minshuku as customers.6. The fishermen's cooperative of Uchiura has levied the charge (330yen per day) on each of divers since 1985, and about 50 percent of their income have distributed to Enashi-ku. Enashi-ku also has gained some income by the operation of the car park. These profits have been distributed to inhabitants of Enashi-ku directly or indirectly. But one of divers entered a lawsuit against the fishermen's cooperative of Uchiura on the grounds that levying of the charge by the fishermen's cooperative was unfair (it is pending in court now.) Local inhabitants are apprehensive that it may be a menace to the base of the enormous income. The desirable relationship between local inhabitants and divers is groped now.
著者
池 俊介 有賀 さつき
出版者
The Geographic Education Society of Japan
雑誌
新地理 (ISSN:05598362)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.47, no.2, pp.1-22, 1999
被引用文献数
1

In recent years, coastal regions in Japan have been used as not only sea bathing resorts, but also as spaces for marine sports. This study clarifies processes and factors that lead to the formation of the tourist resort in the settlement of Osezaki in Numazu-shi, Shizuoka prefecture, as a typical case of the tourist resort for divers that located around the metropolitan area. The results are as follows.<br>1. Scuba diving was introduced into Japan in 1947, and has become widespread rapidly after 1980's. With the increase of divers, 178 diving spots have been opened until now. They can be classified into two types; the first type locates near the metropolitan area and the second type locates on islands in low latitudes. Osezaki as a diving spot is the typical case of the first type.<br>2. The inhabitants on Enashi-ku have depended upon coastal fishery, farming and production of firewood until 1950's. But with the rapid development of orange farming in 1960's, most of inhabitants became more dependant upon farming which utilized on terraced fields and made a comfortable income. For that reason, most of inhabitants were not interested in the operation of recreational industry on Osezaki in 1960's.<br>3. With the improvement of traffic means and the decline of orange farming that was caused by the sudden fall of the price of oranges, some inhabitants of Enashi-ku started to operate the minsyuku (cheap lodging house in tourist resorts) as a principal occupation after 1970's. Enashi-ku as the community also started to operate the car park for tourists, using their common land.<br>4. After the opening of diving spot of Osezaki in 1985, the number of divers has rapidly increased. And now, divers who visit to Osezaki amount to 85000 a year. As a results most of minshuku come to put diving service shops in their buildings and the settlement of Osezaki as the minshuku region changed to the tourist resort for divers.<br>5. The superiority as a diving area (shortness of the time distance from Tokyo, beautiful landscape under the sea etc.) is important as fundamental conditions of the formation of the tourist resort for divers. On the other hand, managers of minshuku have positively offered special services for divers, because of maintaining their stability of operation. Divers who visit to Osezaki throughout the year were attractive for managers of minshuku as customers.<br>6. The fishermen's cooperative of Uchiura has levied the charge (330yen per day) on each of divers since 1985, and about 50 percent of their income have distributed to Enashi-ku. Enashi-ku also has gained some income by the operation of the car park. These profits have been distributed to inhabitants of Enashi-ku directly or indirectly. But one of divers entered a lawsuit against the fishermen's cooperative of Uchiura on the grounds that levying of the charge by the fishermen's cooperative was unfair (it is pending in court now.) Local inhabitants are apprehensive that it may be a menace to the base of the enormous income. The desirable relationship between local inhabitants and divers is groped now.
著者
池 俊介 杜 国慶 白坂 蕃 張 貴民
出版者
公益社団法人 日本地理学会
雑誌
E-journal GEO (ISSN:18808107)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.8, no.2, pp.208-222, 2013 (Released:2013-11-01)
参考文献数
15

中国の雲南省では,1990年代後半から農村地域における観光地化が著しく進んだ.しかし,外部資本により観光施設が建設され,観光地化が地域住民の所得向上や地域社会の発展に寄与していない事例も存在するため,地域住民による内発的で自律的な観光施設の運営を実現し,観光収入が農民の所得水準の向上に着実に結びつくような経営を行ってゆくことが大きな課題となっている.本稿では,納西族の農民により観光乗馬施設の自律的な共同経営が行われている雲南省北西部の拉市海周辺地域を対象として,その形成プロセスと共同経営の実態について調査した.その結果,平等な収益分配,投票によるリーダーの選出など,きわめて民主的な観光乗馬施設の運営が行われ,地元住民の所得向上にも貢献していることが明らかとなった.