1 edition of The Japanese Nation found in the catalog.
The Japanese Nation
February 28, 2008
by Kegan Paul
Written in English
|Contributions||Daniel Herwitz (Editor), Michael Kelly (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
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Japan Story book. Read 12 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Start by marking “Japan Story: In Search of a Nation, to the Present” as Want to Read: A very learned, yet accessible review of Japanese history from the fall of the Shogunate to Modern Japan today.
The book suffers from some structural issues in 4/5. One aspect of the book that sets it apart from others, however, is that it is a record of Hattori’s “moral” education lessons. Moreover, the teaching materials that have been chosen are full of anachronisms that can hardly be conceived of as appropriate for school textbooks in the 21 st century.
The majority of the historical figures lived prior to Japan’s defeat in the “Great. Same for those with Japanese heritage or Japanese family members. Also, for the astute observer and student, this book should be helpful for those who do business with Japanese or Japanese companies.
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This text chronicles the evolution of premodern (early A.D. to ), modern (), and postwar () Japanese civilization from imperial rule through the death of Emperor Hirohito. Professor Reischauer, a former U.S. ambassador to Japan, explores the roots and development of the military dictatorship that brought Japan into World War II, the dubious.
This book is an unprecedented collection of 29 original essays by some of the world’s most distinguished scholars of Japan. Covers a broad range of issues, including the colonial roots of anthropology in the Japanese academy; eugenics and nation building; majority and minority cultures; genders and sexualities; and fashion and food cultures.This text rethinks the contours of Japanese history, culture and nationality.
Challenging the mythology of a historically unitary, even monolithic Japan, it offers a different perspective on culture and identity in modern Japan.