2 edition of exploratory study of British and Japanese national identity found in the catalog.
exploratory study of British and Japanese national identity
Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1996.
|Contributions||University of Surrey. Department of Psychology.|
Get this from a library! Imperial Japan and national identities in Asia, [Li Narangoa; R B Cribb;] -- "This book traces Japan's impact on these national identities, from its clumsy intervention in Siberia, through its ambitious attempts to create the new state of Manchukuo on the Asian mainland and. This article explores some of the alternative perspectives on national identity which exist within the current Japanese education system. Analysis of official Japanese Ministry of Education policy is juxtaposed with presentation of the voices of junior high school students and pre-service student teachers to highlight the issue of the role of education in developing national identity .
Transformation of Japanese national identity Japanese national identity has largely changed after the World War II. Anthony D. Smith points out two different aspects of this change (Smith ). One is the fluctuation of the ground of the political national identity. International joint venture (IJV) research largely omits social and cognitive processes and, hence, overlooks their potentially important implications. This paper presents a four-year longitudinal investigation into the social identification and social enactment processes in a British-Italian, shared management joint venture.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction: cultural analyses of Japanese identity --Geopolitics, geoeconomics, and the Japanese identity --Biological affinities of the Japanese population --Autobiographical writings by Tamura Toshiko and Miyamoto Yuriko --Transforming business . In the book, I investigate how linguistic nationalism and national identity intersect in the formation of modern literary canons through an examination of Japanese-language cultural production by Korean and Japanese writers from the s through the s, analyzing how key texts were produced, received, and circulated during the rise and fall.
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Book Description: This book takes an in-depth look at the study of Japan in contemporary Britain, highlighting the many strengths but also pointing out some weaknesses, while at the same time offering a valuable historical record of the origins and development of Japanese Studies in British universities and other institutions.
The rapid development of Japan at the turn of the last century, including the defeat of Russia inintrigued the western Imperial powers, but also aroused reactions of contempt and suspicion.
Britain was the most important of the powers upon which Japan earnestly wished to impress herself to mitigate the rising tide of anti-Japanese Cited by: This third seminar in the series, States in Change: National Identity in the UK and Japan, explored the impact of education on national identity and the role of the school system and ‘informal education’ in shaping national and social values.
Debates on citizenship education and the teaching of history are ongoing in Britain and Japan and provide windows. the formation of national identity and the vernacular and the everyday is conspic- uously absent from their analysis However, a theme of this book is that the meaning of symbolic cultural elements.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. The study reported in this article is part of a wider research project on the adaptation of South Asians in Britain.
It examines and compares the acculturation attitudes and cultural identity of. 53 Fōdo was first published in book form inthough parts of it had appeared earlier in periodicals.
In a revised edition was published which eliminated “traces of Leftist theory” which were “prevalent” in when exploratory study of British and Japanese national identity book book was first written, according to Watsuji's preface to that edition. Zenshū, Vol. MULTIETHNIC JAPAN, by John Lie.
Harvard University Press, Cambridge University Press,pp. $35 Japan and many of its observers have avoided the co. In the British case national identity was built on the edging together of state and nation over a long history of political compromise and on a series of modern wars in which the Anglo-British state was remarkably successful.
So closely did the British peoples appear to identify with aspects of this settlement, the political class has long been. The economic strength of Japan was frequently cited as a key element in Japan's identity, disregarding the military, political, and cultural aspects of identity to which countries normally point.
Acknowledgment of Japan as an ally of the West in the Cold War among a somewhat larger segment of the Japanese public came at the end of the s. The dominant categories of Japanese identity portray Japan as strong, capitalist economy.
The growth of the economy since World War II is a particular source of national pride. While this provides some support for Western capitalism, a counter-discourse highlights concern with the negative impact of capitalism.
Moreover, Japanese identity is closely tied to cooperation. Autistic adolescents are at increased risk of mental health difficulties. One potential factor contributing to this is identity development, although this hypothesis has been little explored.
These adolescents also have to consider how autism forms their identity, a process called acculturation. This exploratory study examined the relationships between identity. This means that the book was about national identity and the importance of it. These reads ensured that nationalistic feelings would be aroused, increasing national identity.
to ensure that everyone had a chance to read this propaganda book, the book was circulated in millions of copies island-wide and around the empire. National identities (e.g., Chinese, Japanese, Filipino) were much more relevant to members of these Asian subgroups, influencing many aspects of everyday life.
Cornell and Hartmann (), for example, describe the Asian racial identity of recent Vietnamese and Cambodian immigrants as assigned and thin. Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature.
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My library. Accordingly it may be useful to look more closely at what social scientists think “national identity” is, and how it operates in human minds and societies.
This essay attempts a brief exploration of that kind and then applies its findings to the recent historiography of “national identity” in modern Britain. Instories appeared in national and international media claiming that the condition of “selfitis” (the obsessive taking of selfies) was to be classed as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association and that the condition could be borderline, acute, or chronic.
However, the stories were a hoax but this did not stop empirical research being carried out. "[T]his an innovative study analyzing Japan's relations with the Soviet Union/Russia from the perspective of national identity [T]his books fills an important gap in the academic literature by explaining the Japanese socio-political identity from the perspective of Soviet Union/Russia's "otherness" and opens the way to further investigation on Japan's identity.
Revisiting East Is East Article by: Sarfraz Manzoor The play East is East, first performed in and adapted as a film inexplores the lives of a Pakistani immigrant, his British wife and their children in s z Manzoor considers how far attitudes towards Asian immigrants have changed since the s, and recounts his own changing response to East is.
The article argues that any discussion of the relationships and tensions of the post‐war immigrants to British society must be set in a context little appreciated by spokesmen for immigrant groups and less and less by contemporary English political leaders and opinion‐makers: that historically the United Kingdom emerged from the feudal Kingdom of England as a multi‐national .During past few years, social media, particularly social network sites (SNS) have emerged and attracted an increasing number of young people.
SNS is a significant venue for youth to construct their identities through the interaction with their peers. Most current literature, available in English, focuses on the experiences of youth with SNS who live in Western societies. This exploratory study.Japan, while Gorer and others conducted research into Japanese national character.
We need not go into detail about Embree. His extensive field work in Suye Mura, covering over a year inwas the very first social anthro- pological study carried out in Japan. The importance of Suye Mura, pub.