Japan country studies

Japan country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Early Developments
Ancient Cultures
Kofun and Asuka Periods
Nara and Heian Periods
The Establishment of Buddhism
The Fujiwara Regency
The Rise of the Military Class
Kamakura and Muromachi Periods
The Flourishing of Buddhism
Mongol Invasions
Civil War
Ashikaga Bakufu
Economic and Cultural Developments
Provincial Wars and Foreign Contacts
Reunification
Tokugawa Period
Seclusion and Social Control
Decline of the Tokugawa
The Emergence of Modern Japan
Foreign Relations
Opposition to the Meiji Oligarchy
The Development of Representative Government
Modernization and Industrialization
Overseas Expansion
Political Rivalries
World War I
Between the Wars
Diplomacy
The Rise of the Militarists
World War Ii and the Occupation
Toward a New Century
Foreign Affairs
Economic Achievements and the Liberal Democratic Party
Geography
Hokkaido
Tohoku
Kanto
Chubu
Kinki
Chugoku
Shikoku
Kyushu
Ryukyu Islands
Climate
Earthquakes
Pollution
The Society
Population
Age Structure
Migration
Minorities
Foreign Residents
Hisabetsu Buraku
Ainu
Values and Beliefs
Religion and Philosophical Traditions
Shinto
Buddhism
Confucianism
Daoism
Christianity
New Religions
Religious Practice
Religion and the State
Social Organization
Family
Neighborhood
Workplace
Popular Culture
The Lives of Women
The Elderly
Health Care and Social Welfare
Education and the Arts
Education
Primary and Secondary Education
Higher Education
Social Education
The Arts
Architecture
Sculpture
Painting
Calligraphy
Prints
Ceramics
Handicrafts
Performing Arts
No
Kabuki and Bunraku
Music
Dance
Modern Theater
Literature
Films and Television
The Economy
The Economy - Patterns of Development
The Economy - the Role of Government and Business
The Financial System
Public Corporations
Private Enterprise
Japanese Management
Employment and Labor Relations
Infrastructure and Technology
Industry
Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing
International Economic Relations
The Politics and Government
The Postwar Constitution
The Status of the Emperor
The Article 9 "No War" Clause
Rights and Duties of Citizens
The Structure of Government
The Cabinet and Ministries
Local Government
The Electoral System
The Judicial System
Contemporary Political Values
Interest Groups
The Mass Media and Politics
The Liberal Democratic Party
Bureaucrats
Minority Parties
Social Democratic Party of Japan
Komeito
Communist Party
Democratic Socialist Party
Political Extremists
Foreign Relations
Foreign Policy Goals
Relations with the United States
Relations with China
Other Asia-Pacific Countries
Relations with Russia
United Nations
Bibliography

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