Rethinking Japan: Social sciences, ideology & thought

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Adriana Boscaro, Franco Gatti, Massimo Raveri
Psychology Press, 1990 - History - 350 pages
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Contents

Some Problems Concerning Hasekura Tsunenegas Mission
21
Some Thoughts on the Origins of the Meiji Constitution 1889
42
Religion and Politics in Contemporary Japan
56
Kit a Ikki and Japanese Fascism
70
New Social Historical Research Methods into the History of Modern
90
Computer Interpersonal Communication and Education in Japan
97
Some Lateral Thinking about keigo
111
How Real is the Myth?
124
The Concept of yume Dreams in Japanese Daily Life
215
Studying Material Culture as a Means to Understanding Japan
229
The Popular Beliefs of Contemporary Japan
242
In Search of a New Interpretation of Ascetic Experiences
250
UpperClass Heian Society and Japanese Folk Religion
271
How Japanese Concepts were
297
The Case of
312
The Religious Background of the Deification of Tokugawa leyasu
331

Rethinking the Purposes of Japanese Peasant Studies
146
Some Aspects of Female
164
Consequences and Reactions
177
Spaciotemporal Place in Japanese Social Organization
192
How Japanese is Japan in the 1980s?
350
INDEX
393
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