Listening to Japan; a Japanese anthology. Edited by Jackson H. Bailey.

New York, Praeger [1973] .

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Subjects Civilization.
Japan -- Civilization -- 1945-
Japan -- History -- 1945-1989.
Description xviii, 236 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part one : Culture-ideas-values -- Soybean curd and brine / Hidetoshi Katō -- Tradition in Japan's formative culture / Teiji Itoh -- The liberation of Japanese ghosts / Jōji Mori -- Lying in wait / Shintarō Ishihara -- Poems / Tsutomu Fukuda [and others] -- Part two : Society-politics-economics -- Basic notions in Japanese social relations / Toshinao Yoneyama -- The disharmony of form and substance in Japanese democracy / Mitsuru Uchida -- Making democracy our own / Makoto Oda -- The Japanese economy / Yasuo Sakakibara -- Part three : Youth-ideals-education -- Changing images among youth in modern Japan / Hidetoshi Katō -- Student protest in Japan : what it means to society / Tsutomu Ōno -- Part four : The world scene -- The 1970's : Japan enters the "losers' return match" / Sōichi Ōya -- Japan's foreign policy objectives in a nuclear milieu / Yōnosuke Nagai -- Systems of power balance and the preservation of peace / Hiroharu Seki.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)571908
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WorldCat Identities Bailey, Jackson H.,
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