Contemporary Japan

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Macmillan, 2000 - Japan - 223 pages
A general introduction to contemporary Japan and its historical and geographical context. The book assumes no prior knowledge but nonetheless enables students to get to grips with the range of very different theories and perspectives about the nature of the political, economic and social system, Japan's current position in the world and its prospects into the 21st century.

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