2 edition of Japanese society found in the catalog.
by The Japan Foundation, Office for the Japanese Studies Center in Tokyo
Written in English
|Statement||Ross E. Mouer. The modernization of Japanese society : 1869-1945 ; Kawamura Nozomu.|
|Series||Orientation seminars on Japan -- no. 10|
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Nakane’s work “Japanese Society” appeared as a good representation of the social anthropological viewpoint of the time, around after the publication of its Japanese versions a few years earlier. She employed the structural approach, emphasizing the “vertical” hierarchical structure penetrating through the social stratum/5(20).
This is the first book that explores the social hierarchy in Japanese society and its effects on the individual. Recommended for those with a genuine interest in Japanese society, its influences, and its effects on cross-cultural interactions/5. Written in a clear and engaging style, An Introduction to Japanese Society captures the breadth and diversity of contemporary Japan.
This fourth edition features the latest research into Japanese society, updated statistical data, and coverage of recent events including the earthquake and tsunami, and the change in by: An Introduction to Japanese Society.
This revised edition has been updated to cover developments in the five years since the first edition was published. Yoshio Sugimoto challenges the traditional notion that Japan is an homogeneous society with few cultural and social disparities/5.
About the Book. This short work presents a configuration of the important elements to be found in contemporary Japanese social life, and attempts to shed new light on Japanese society. Nakane deals with his own society as a social anthropologist using some of the methods which he was accustomed to applying in examining any other society.