Leaders and Leadership in Japan

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Ian Neary
Psychology Press, 1996 - Social Science - 303 pages
Shows Japan's group-orientated society may have had fewer so-called 'leaders', but has excelled as a society of king-makers. On the other hand, the way leadership is expressed derives from different values and perceptions of hierarchy.
 

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Contents

Leadership in the Medieval Japanese Warrior Family
14
Detlev Tarancewski
39
Mikado From Spiritual Emperor to Enlightened
56
The Paradox of Progressive Conservative
74
the Way to Official Language
89
The Unique Character of the Emperor the Main
116
The Imperial House Law and its Meaning for
128
The Leadership of Admiral Kato Tomosaburo
147
the Charismatic Founders
175
The Spy Activities of Terasaki Hidenari in the
190
The Principal Japanese Communist Leaders in
206
The Image of the Emperor Showa as a Symbol
232
Prime Ministerial Leadership in Japanese Foreign
243
New Directions in Japanese Politics
265
the Making of a Japanese Kingmaker
276
Index
298

the case
155

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