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The Sōkagakkai and mass society [by] James W. White.


Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1970.
ISBN 0804707286, 9780804707282

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Subjects Japan.
Japon -- Conditions sociales.
Kōmeitō
Kōmeitō.
Mass society.
POLITICA RELIGIOSA -- JAPON.
Religion and state -- Japan.
Religion and state.
Religion et État -- Japon.
Religión y estado -- Japón.
SOKA-GAKKAI.
Soka Gakkai (Secta)
Sōka Gakkai.
Sōka-Gakkai.
Sōkagakkai.
Series Stanford studies in comparative politics ; 4.
Description xii, 376 pages maps 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 355-369).
Contents 1. Social structure and social strain -- 2. Sokagakkai beliefs -- 3. Precipitation and mobilization -- 4. The membership -- 5. Recruitment and indoctrination -- 6. Goals and internal government -- 7. The Sokagakkai and politics -- 8. The Komeito in action -- 9. The member as mass man -- 10. The Sokagakkai as a mass movement -- 11. The Sokagakkai and the individual -- 12. The Sokagakkai and its Japanese environment.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)105742
(OCoLC)ocm00105742
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities White, James W. 1941-
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