Analysis on Records of Activities Conducted to Rescue Cultural Property after the Great East Japan Earthquake

  • MURAI Hajime
    Tokyo Institute of Technology
  • MORII Masayuki
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • FUTAGAMI Yoko
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • EMURA Tomoko
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • KIKUCHI Riyo
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • SARAI Mai
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • IMAISHI Migiwa
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • SANO Masaki
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • YOSHIHARA Hiroshi
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • NAITO Yuriko
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • KUBOTA Hiromichi
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • YAMANASHI Emiko
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo
  • TARASHIMA Satoshi
    Tokyo National Museum
  • OKADA Ken
    Independent Administrative Institution, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo

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  • 東日本大震災後の文化財レスキュー活動日報の因子分析
  • ヒガシニホン ダイシンサイ ゴ ノ ブンカザイ レスキュー カツドウ ニッポウ ノ インシ ブンセキ

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<p>From an overview of the daily reports of rescue activities undertaken to restore cultural property after the Great East Japan Earthquake, four elements(activity, cultural property, damage condition, and attributes of the participants)were categorised and 21 factors extracted using factor analysis. The factor analysis results revealed that communication is crucial in rescue activities. Moreover, rescue activities can be divided into three types, those carried out by(a)experts on cultural assets, (b)experts in some technique(not limited to cultural property), and (c)general participants. Based on the average factor scores, the characteristics of time series and institutions were extracted. This analysis clarifies that basic data for considering disaster rescue may be obtained from records of rescue activities. Furthermore, valuable suggestions for archiving materials in case of a disaster outbreak were also obtained.</p>

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