5 edition of Contemporary Japan found in the catalog.
May 7, 2004
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Feminism in Modern Japan is an original and path-breaking book which traces the history of feminist thought and women's activism in Japan from the late nineteenth century to the present. The author offers a fascinating account of those who struck out against convention in the dissemination of ideas which challenged accepted notions of thinking Cited by: Henry Johnson s "The Koto: A Traditional Instrument in Contemporary Japan" will appeal to a wide spectrum of musical instrument specialists and to generalists interested in Japanese music and culture. Lavishly illustrated and abundantly annotated, this book is 4/5(2).
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Contemporary Japan: History, Contemporary Japan book, and Social Change since the s (Blackwell History of the Contemporary World Book 8) Jeff Kingston out of 5 stars 10Cited by: Contemporary Japanese is a textbook series Contemporary Japan book beginning students of Japanese at the college or high school level.
It is intended for classroom use as well as self-study. Each lesson in the book is very short and has a single, clearly-defined objective/5(10). book review. Intimacy and reproduction in contemporary Japan.
by Castro-Vázquez Genaro, London, Routledge,pp., £36,99 (paperback), ISBN: ; £,00 (hardback), ISBN: Nora Kottmann. The Columbia Anthology of Modern Japanese Literature: From to the Present: Thomas J.
Rimer and Gessel Van (Eds.) Columbia University Press: Contemporary Japanese Film: Mark Schilling: Weatherhill: Contemporary Japanese Literature: An Anthology of Fiction, Film, and Other Writing Since Howard Hibbett (Ed.) Cheng & Tsui: Contemporary Japan: History, Politics, and Social Change since the s presents a comprehensive examination of the causes of the Japanese economic bubble in the late s and the socio-political consequences of the recent financial collapse.
Represents the only book to examine in depth the turmoil of Japan since Emperor Hirohito died inthe Cold War ended, and the /5. Presenting the voices of a unique group within contemporary Japanese society—Zainichi women—this book provides a fresh insight into their experiences of oppression and marginalization that over time have led to liberation and empowerment.
Often viewed as unimportant and inconsequential, these women. Japan has what some people claim to be a unique culture. The country has a long and great history and traditions that have stood the test of time.
Not only that, but many subcultures are quite unique in Japan, too, attracting a lot of attention from other countries. These include movies, music, and even typical types of behavior that may seem strange to people from other countries such as.
Contemporary Japan: History, Politics, and Social Change since the s Item Preview. A few of the best contemporary Japanese books translated into English 1. A Pale View of the Hills by Kazuo Ishiguro. Moshi Moshi by Banana Yoshimoto. Banana Yoshimoto’s most recently translated novel, Moshi Moshi, 3.
The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino. Apparitions: Ghosts. If you’ve already devoured Murakami’s story collections (like Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman) and his acclaimed novels (including Kafka on the Shore, The Wind-up Bird Chronicle, and IQ84), it’s time to add these contemporary Japanese books to your end-of-summer reading list.
There’s something for everyone: mysteries and thrillers, teen Author: Sarah Skilton. Jeff Kingston is Professor of History and Director of Asian Studies at the Japan Campus of Temple University. He has written widely on modern Japanese history and Japan's relations with Asia, including the books Japan in Transformation () and Japan's Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the 21st century ().Brand: Wiley.
Contemporary Japan: History, Politics and Social Change since the s presents a comprehensive examination of the causes of the Japanese economic bubble in 2/5(1). Readers of contemporary Japanese writers such as Haruki Murakami and Yoko Ogawa will be drawn in by the quiet elements of the fantastic and the distinctive but non-intrusive narrative voice.
The folkloric nature of many of the stories, combined with the tongue-in-cheek attitude of the narrator, will also appeal to fans of anime and manga. Press Freedom in Contemporary Japan. Nationalism in Asia. Asian Nationalisms Reconsidered. Other Books in This Series See All.
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Book Description. This new and fully updated second edition of Critical Issues in Contemporary Japan provides undergraduate and graduate students with an interdisciplinary textbook written by leading specialists on contemporary Japan.
Students will gain the analytical insights and information necessary to assess the challenges that confront the Japanese people, policymakers and private and. "A Modern History of Japan remains the best text for an introductory course on modern Japanese history. It has the perfect combination of top-rate scholarship, readability, and length.
The new final chapter is just as well-written and engaging as the rest of the book. Jeff Kingston is Professor of History and Director of Asian Studies at the Japan Campus of Temple University. He has written widely on modern Japanese history and Japan s relations with Asia, including the books Japan in Transformation () and Japan s Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the 21st Century ()/5(65).
Patricia Wetzel offers in this volume a comprehensive examination of a frequently discussed yet much misunderstood aspect of the Japanese language. Keigo, or polite language, is often viewed as a quaint accessory to Japanese grammar and a relic of Japan s feudal past.
Nothing, Wetzel contends, could be further from the truth. It is true that Japan has a long history of differentiating. Book Review of "Debating Otaku in Contemporary Japan: Historical Perspectives and New Horizons.” Edited by Patrick W.
Galbraith, Thiam Huat Kam, Björn-Ole Kamm (Bloomsbury, ). [*Available online through the University of Washington]. Contemporary Japan: A Review of Far Eastern Affairs was a quarterly Japanese English-language magazine published between and by the Foreign Affairs Association of Japan.
Though independently published, throughout its existence the magazine had close ties with the Japanese government. It was described by John W. Dower as "a valuable semi-official Japanese publication".Based in: Tokyo. To understand contemporary Japan, Duncan McCargo argues, it is necessary to get to grips with a range of different perspectives on Japanese political and social structures.
Integrating contrasting perspectives throughout, the core chapters of the book focus on the changing economy, government and politics, society and culture, and Japan\'s.The MAKING of MODERN JAPAN Marius B. Jansen the belknap press of harvard university press Cambridge, Massachusetts Third printing, First Harvard University Press paperback edition, Book design by Marianne Perlak Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Jansen, Marius B.
The making of modern Japan / Marius B. Jansen. p. cm.One of the stresses for the contemporary Japanese urban family has to do with questions of care of the aged.
There are many stresses on the mother's world already, but now that Japan has become a so-called "graying society," in which the proportion of the aged is rising more rapidly than in any other industrialized nation, the fact that social.