Japanese society today: perspectives on tradition and change
Kōtaku Ishidō, David Myers
Central Queensland University Press, Sep 1, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 250 pages
28 senior academics from Japan and the West reveal Japan at the international crossroads of its identity as an economic superpower, but also as society in the throes of change in Japanese Society Today. The postwar transformation of Japan from a militaristic, feudal state with a god-emperor to a capitalist oligarchy has come at the cost of a massive industrialization and urbanization.
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