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Document Type:BL
Record Number:103266
Doc. No:b60726
Main Entry:Tipton, Elise K.
Title & Author:Modern Japan :a social and political history /Elise K. Tipton.
Publication Statement:London ;New York :Routledge,2002.
Series Statement :The Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese studies series
Page. NO:1 online resource (xiv, 258 pages) :illustrations, map.
ISBN:0585453225
9780585453224
0203446038
9780203446034
0415185378
9780415185370
0415185386
9780415185387
1280318589
9781280318580
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-242) and index.
Contents:Cover -- The Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies Series -- Modern Japan -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Maps -- Plates -- Series editor's preface -- Preface -- 1 Tokugawa background -- The Tokugawa order -- Urbanization, commercialization and the rise of the cho nin class -- Commercialization and peasant protests -- The bureaucratization and impoverishment of the samurai class -- 2 The mid-century crisis -- The internal crisis -- The foreign crisis -- The unequal treaties -- Opening up the country -- 'Men of spirit' and the years of terror -- From ' jo i ' to 'fukoku kyo hei' -- Towards the Meiji Restoration -- The Meiji Restoration in historical perspective -- 3 The early Meiji Revolution -- The Meiji leaders -- Centralization, institutional borrowing and social restructuring -- 'Civilization and enlightenment' -- The beginning of industrialization -- Impact and responses -- 4 The 1880s and 1890s -- Japanese-style constitutional government -- Education for the nation -- Gendering the nation -- Homogenizing the nation -- An emperor for the nation -- A 'National Teaching' for the nation -- Defining Japan to the world -- 5 Late Meiji -- Building the nation through war -- The Russo-Japanese War: a turning point in Japanese history? -- 'The social question' -- 6 An emerging mass society -- Peaceful internationalism -- Party rule and democratization -- Demands for equity -- Urbanization and social diversification -- Beginnings of a mass consumer society -- Culture without politics -- 7 Contesting the modern in the 1930s -- 'Ero-guro nansensu' -- The plight of the countryside -- Rise of the right wing, the military and 'ultranationalism' -- International crisis and the road to war -- 'Overcoming modernity' -- 8 The dark valley -- Mobilizing spirit for total war -- Organizing for total war -- War and the expanding empire -- Life on the home front -- 9 'Enduring the unendurable' and starting over in the 'new' Japan -- The struggle for survival -- The 'democratic revolution from above' -- The democratic revolution below -- The 'reverse course' begins -- Winding down the Occupation -- The legacy of the Occupation -- 10 Conflict and consensus in the 1950s -- Yoshida Shigeru and consolidation of a conservative hegemony -- Working out a labour-management settlement -- From just 'managing to get along' to the 'bright new life' -- Social aspects of change with the 'bright life' -- Minorities in the 'new' Japan -- 11 The 'economic miracle' ... and its underside -- Keys to high-speed growth -- Consuming and saving in the 1960s -- Social costs and inequalities of high growth -- Japan as number two -- 12 The 'rich country' -- Politics and the economy in the 'rich country' -- Diversification and marginalization in the midst of affluence -- Catching up with the West -- The end of 'the postwar'? -- 13 The 'lost decade' -- Politicians and bureaucrats -- Economic recession and its impact on workers -- The 1990s as 'the era of women'? -- Sex, violence and consumerism -- Social malaise at the t.
Abstract:"This comprehensive textbook provides a concise and fascinating introduction to the social, cultural and political history of modern Japan. Ranging from the Tokugawa period to the present day, Modern Japan charts the country's evolution into a modernized, economic and political world power." "The book widens the traditional approach to Japanese history to include social as well as political factors in the country's growth. Elise Tipton examines social groups and developments that have previously been neglected, such as gender issues, ethnic minorities, labour conditions, popular culture and daily life. Through this charting of a complex web of social and political interaction, her book represents a unique picture of the diversity of modern Japan and its people." "Highly accessible, this completely up-to-date textbook is an essential resource for students, teachers and scholars of Japanese Studies, History and Politics."
Subject:Japan-- Social conditions.
Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE-- Anthropology-- Cultural.
Subject:POLITICAL SCIENCE-- Public Policy-- Cultural Policy.
Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE-- Popular Culture.
Subject:Social conditions.
Subject:Japan, Social conditions.
Subject:Japan.
Dewey Classification:‭306/.0952‬
LC Classification:‭HN723‬‭.T486 2002eb‬