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Tradition and modernization in Japanese culture, edited by Donald H. Shively. Contributors: Carmen Blacker [and others].

; Blacker, Carmen ; Conference on Modern Japan
Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1971.
ISBN 0691030723

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Other Authors Blacker, Carmen.
Shively, Donald H. 1921-2005,
Conference on Modern Japan.
Subjects Civilization -- Western influences.
Civilization.
JAPON -- CIVILIZACION -- INFLUENCIA OCCIDENTAL.
Japan -- Civilization -- 1868-
Japan -- Civilization -- Western influences.
Japan.
Japon -- Civilisation -- 1868-
Japon -- Civilisation -- Influence occidentale.
Traditie.
Vernieuwing.
Series Studies in the modernization of Japan ; 5.
Description xvii, 689 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Papers from the fifth seminar of the Conference on Modern Japan, held in Puerto Rico, January, 1966.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents part 1. Strategies for modernizing: On the nature of Western progress: the journal of the Iwakura embassy / Eugene Soviak -- Westernization and Japanization: the early Meiji transformation of education / Michio Nagai -- The Japanization of the middle Meiji / Donald H. Shively -- The Sin-Japanese War of 1894-95 and its cultural effects on Japan / Donald Keene -- part 2. The arts in the Meiji period: Western style painting in the early Meiji period and its critics / John M. Rosenfield -- The formation of realism in Meiji painting: the artistic career of Takahashi Yuichi / Tōru Haga -- The modern music of Meiji Japan / William P. Malm -- part 3. The search for identity in literature: Natsume Sōseki and the psychological novel / Howard S. Hibbett -- Tōson and the autobiographical novel / Edwin McClellan -- Masaoka Shiki and Tanka reform / Robert H. Brower -- Kobayashi Hideo / Edward Seidensticker -- Fukuda Tsuneari: modernization and Shingeki / Benito Ortolani -- part 4. Philosophy, religion, and language: Nishida Kitarō: the early years / Valdo Humbert Viglielmo -- Millenarian aspects of the new religions in Japan / Carmen Blacker -- Levels of speech (keigo) and the Japanese linguistic response to modernization / Roy Andrew Miller.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)212447
(OCoLC)ocm00212447
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