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Japanese rural society.

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan,
  • Japan.
    • Subjects:
    • Villages -- Japan.,
    • Japan -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTranslated by R. P. Dore.
      SeriesCornell paperbacks
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN727 .F813 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 230 p.
      Number of Pages230
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5285470M
      ISBN 100801491274
      LC Control Number72004314

      Social life revolved around Japanese customs, with little interaction with Brazilians. Among their recommendations are improvements in soil technology and changes in irrigation, seed stocks, and drainage; they counsel against further large-scale mechanization. That you join a company or an organization when you finish your education, and that you stick with that company or organization until you retire. One has tied a tengu mask around her waist, and penetrates her partner using its long nose. This social limitation was imposed on the majority of women in traditional society and produced a diminution in the pursuits that women could enjoy.

      If you compare American universities and Japanese universities, they play really different kinds of social functions. Depicting the incident of the 47 ronin, Chushingura "The Treasury of the Loyal Retainers"continues to be the most popular dramatization in Japanese theater. The result has been a global acceleration of the process of urbanizationwhich has in turn created vast slums in many urban centres. They try to be approachable, so that they're not viewed by residents as sort of distant police officers, but rather "our friendly cop on the corner.

      The great exception in world-wide terms is the United States, where levels of expressed religious belief, the level of religious influence Japanese rural society. book politics, and so on, is in fact much greater than we see elsewhere in the world. Godzilla grew out of a feeling in Japan after of pacifism and opposition to war. And so if you look at the contemporary Japanese family and the contemporary American or European nuclear families, you might assume that the societies are the same and that the family plays the same kind of role in both of those societies, but if you look historically at Japanese families, you find that there really is a very different kind of social-cultural dynamic at work. Women received the right to vote and the right to request a divorce on the basis of infidelity.


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