The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 26, Number 1
Winter 2000

ARTICLES

The Buraku in Modern Japanese Literature:
Texts and Contexts
EDWARD FOWLER {abstract}

Luxury is the Enemy:
Mobilizing Savings and Popularizing Thrift in Wartime Japan
SHELDON GARON {abstract}

Let a Hundred Channels Contend: Technological Change,
Political Opening, and Bureaucratic Priorities in Japanese
Television Broadcasting
GREGORY W. NOBLE {abstract}

Japan’s New Politics: The Case of the NPO Law
ROBERT PEKKANEN {abstract}


REVIEWS

Ochiai, The Japanese Family System in Transition: A Sociological Analysis of Family Change in Postwar Japan
KATHLEEN S. UNO

Roberson, Japanese Working Class Lives: An Ethnographic Study of Factory Workers
YUKO OGASAWARA

Singleton, ed., Learning in Likely Places: Varities of Apprenticeship in Japan
CATHERINE LEWIS

Mason, Tsuya, and Choe, eds., The Changing Family in Comparative Perspective: Asia and the United States
STEVAN HARRELL

Kearney, African American Views of the Japanese: Solidarity or Sedition?
JOHN G. RUSSELL

Mitsui and Hosokawa, eds., Karaoke Around the World: Global Technology, Local Singing
ANNE ALLISON

Suda, Daijo, and Rausch, The Birth of Tsugaru Shamisen Music: The Origin and Development of a Japanese Folk Performing Art
WILLIAM P. MALM

Turim, The Films of Oshima Nagisa: Images of a Japanese Iconoclast
MITSUHIRO YOSHIMOTO

Cunningham, Buddhist Treasures from Nara
DONALD F. McCALLUM

Singer, Edo: Art in Japan 1615-1868
TIMON SCREECH

Yang, kanaCLASSIC: An Electronic Guide to Classical Kana Writing
ADAM L. KERN

Starrs, An Artless Art: The Zen Aesthetic of Shiga Naoya
TED GOOSSEN

Cornyetz, Dangerous Women, Deadly Words: Phallic Fantasy and Modernity in Three Japanese Writers
ATSUKO SAKAKI

Yiu, Chaos and Order in the Works of Natsume Soseki
PAUL ANDERER

Wilson, Gender Is Fair Game: (Re)Thinking the (Fe)Male in the Works of Oba Minako
SUSANNA FESSLER

Tanabe, Jr., ed., Religions of Japan in Practice
RICHARD BOWRING

Røkkum, Goddesses, Priestesses, and Sisters: Mind, Gender, and Power in the Monarchic Tradition of the Ryukyus
RICHARD PEARSON

Farris, Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures: Issue in the Historical Archaeology of Ancient Japan
HANNELORE EISENHOFER-HALIM

Perkins, trans., The Clear Mirror: A Chronicle of the Japanese Court During the Kamakura Period (1185-1333)
ROBERT BORGEN

Hurst, Armed Martial Arts of Japan: Swordsmanship and Archery
STEPHEN TURNBULL

Ansart, L’empire du rite: La pensée d’Ogyu Sorai, Japon 1666-1728
HERMAN OOMS

Roberts, Mercantilism in a Japanese Domain: The Merchant Origins of Economic Nationalism in 18th-Century Tosa
PHILIP C. BROWN

Sims, French Policy Towards the Bakufu and Meiji Japan 1854-94
F. G. NOTEHELFER

Garon, Molding Japanese Minds: The State in Everyday Life
STEPHEN VLASTOS

Yamanouchi, Koschmann, and Narita, eds., Total War and “Modernization”
TOM HAVENS

Young, Japan’s Total Empire: Manchuria and the Culture of Wartime Imperialism
W. MILES FLETCHER III

Pauer, ed., Japan’s War Economy
SYDNEY CRAWCOUR

Beasley, The Japanese Experience: A Short History of Japan
Morris-Suzuki, Re-Inventing Japan: Time, Space, Nation
WILLIAM B. HAUSER

Tashima, dir., Visas and Virtue
DAVID G. GOODMAN

Hasegawa, The Northern Territories Dispute and Russo-Japanese Relations
STEPHEN KOTKIN

Lesbirel, NIMBY Politics in Japan: Energy Siting and the Management of Environmental Conflict
MIRANDA A. SCHREURS

Schwartz, Advice and Consent: The Politics of Consultation in Japan
LEONARD J. SCHOPPA

Pempel, Regime Shift: Comparative Dynamics of the Japanese Political Economy
JUNKO KATO

Belderbos, Japaense Electronics Multinationals and Strategic Trade Policies
WALTER HATCH

Tachibanaki, ed., Who Runs Japanese Business? Management and Motivation in the Firm
MASAO NAKAMURA

Carlile and Tilton, eds., Is Japan Really Changing Its Ways? Regulatory Reform and the Japanese Economy
Gibney, ed., Unlocking the Bureaucrat’s Kingdom: Deregulation and the Japanese Economy
JOHN O. HALEY

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