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Title Modern Japan : an interpretive anthology
Imprint New York : Macmillan, c1974
book jacket
 Modern History Library  915.2043 M689    AVAILABLE    MHE0008900
Descript x, 270 p. ; 24 cm
Note Bellah, R. N. Japan's cultural identity: some reflections on the work of Watsuji Tetsurō.--Sato, S. Japan's world order.--Embree, J. F. From Suye Mura: a Japanese village.--Benedict, R. From The chrysanthemum and the sword.--Wagatsuma, H. The social perception of skin color in Japan.--Bellah, R. N. From Tokugawa religion.--Smith, T. C. Old values and new techniques in the modernization of Japan.--Hall, J. W. The castle town and Japan's modern urbanization.--Pyle, K. B. Some recent approaches to Japanese nationalism.--Matsumoto, S. The significance of nationalism in modern Japanese thought.--Scheiner, I. From Christian converts and social protest in Meiji Japan.--De Vos, G. A. Achievement orientation, social self-identity, and Japanese economic growth.--Fukuzawa, Y. From The autobiography of Yūkichi Fukuzawa.--Pittau, J. Inoue Kowashi (1843-1895) and the Meiji educational system.--Irokawa, D. Freedom and the concept of people's rights.--Nakane, C. Characteristics of Japanese intellectuals.--Maruyama, M. Japanese thought.--Hibbett, H. Tradition and trauma in the contemporary Japanese novel.--Maruyama, M. Fukuzawa, Uchimura, and Okakura: Meiji intellectuals and westernization.--Plath, D. W. Japan and the ethics of fatalism.--Mishima, Y. Tate no kai and selected writings.--Hagiwara, Y. "Economic animal" reconsidered
Subject Japan -- History -- 1868- -- Addresses, essays, lectures
Japan -- Civilization -- 1868- -- Addresses, essays, lectures
Alt Author Scheiner, Irwin
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