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Japanese culture and society : models of interpretation / Josef Kreiner, Hans Dieter Ölschleger (eds.)
(Monographien aus dem Deutschen Institut für Japanstudien der Philipp-Franz-von-Siebold-Stiftung ; Bd. 12)

Publisher München : Iudicium
Year 1996
Codes ID=2001129678 NCID=BA31349158

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Language English
Size 361 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Contents The paradigm of eternal recurrence : how the structure of academic debate on the Japanese economy itself founded the "Japan incorporated" stereotype / Günther Distelrath
The Japanese thought of Milieu (fūdo) : from peculiarism to the quest of the paradigm / Augustin Berque
The tumbling walls of the ivory tower : cultural anthropology meets the Japanese / Hans Dieter Ölschleger
Community studies on Japan / Sepp Linhart
The familial (ie) model of Japanese society / Kuwayama Takami
The multi-dimensional stratification model : a focus on variation and the comparative perspective / Ross Mouer, Tsuboi Tsuyoshi and Bruce Wearne
The conflict model of Japanese society / Yoshio Sugimoto
How to conflict intelligently : six notes concerning the processing of dissent in Japan / Peter Pörtner
On the potential of gender studies for the understanding of Japanese society / Ilse Lenz
Interdependent affiliation among Japanese : the many facets of amae / Frank A. Johnson
The contextual model in Japanese studies / Hamaguchi Eshun
Notes Includes bibliographical references
Authors Kreiner, Josef, 1940-
Ölschleger, Hans Dieter, 1952-
Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien
Subjects LCSH:Japan -- Civilization  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:DS821
Vol ISBN:3891294921

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Central library, Ronald Dore Collection
952/J271 0174291321
3891294921 1996

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