The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 27, Number 1
Winter 2001

ARTICLES

Building National Identity through Ethnicity:
Ethnology in Wartime Japan and After
KEVIN M. DOAK {abstract}

International Law, the WTO, and the Japanese State:
Assessment and Implications of the New Legalized Trade Politics
SAADIA M. PEKKANEN {abstract}

Layers of Words and Volcanic Ash in Japan and Korea
J. MARSHALL UNGER {abstract}

Deviance and Social Darwinism in Edogawa Ranpo's
Erotic-Grotesque Thriller Kotō no oni
JIM REICHERT {abstract}



REVIEWS

Three Paths to Enlightenment about Aum Shinrikyō
Reader, Religious Violence in Contemporary Japan:
   The Case of Aum Shinriky
ō
Lifton, Destroying the World to Save It: Aum Shinrikyō, Apocalyptic
   Violence, and the New Global Terrorism
Metraux, Aum Shinrikyō and Japanese Youth
PATRICIA G. STEINHOFF

Uno, Passages to Modernity: Motherhood, Childhood, and
   Social Reform in Early Twentieth Century Japan
MARIKO ASANO TAMANOI

McConnell, Importing Diversity: Inside Japan's JET Program
ROGER GOODMAN

Takao, National Integration and Local Power in Japan
LAM PENG ER

Sakai, Japanese Bankers in the City of London: Language, Culture
   and Identity in the Japanese Diaspora
GORDON MATHEWS

Partner, Assembled in Japan: Electrical Goods and the Making of
   the Japanese Consumer
MORRIS LOW

Nathan, Sony: The Private Life
LEONARD LYNN

Gordon, The Wages of Affluence: Labor and Management in
   Postwar Japan
IKUO KUME

Freeman, Closing the Shop: Information Cartels and Japan's
   Mass Media
OFER FELDMAN

Fruin, eds., Networks, Markets, and the Pacific Rim: Studies in Strategy
GREGORY W. NOBLE

Freedman, ed., Why Did Japan Stumble? Causes and Cures
RICHARD KATZ

Shimizu and Hirakawa, Japan and Singapore in the World Economy
   1870-1965
SYDNEY CRAWCOUR

Cha, Alignment Despite Antagonism: The US-Korea-Japan Security Triangle
REINHARD DRIFTE

Japan's Twenty-First Century Foreign Policy: Yoshida@Multilateral.Org?
Fukushima, Japanese Foreign Policy: The Emerging Logic of Multilateralism
Drifte, Japan's Quest for a Permanent Security Council Seat:
   A Matter of Pride or Justice?
Edström, Japan's Evolving Foreign Policy Doctrine: From Yoshida
   to Miyazawa
DENNIS T. YASUTOMO

Wakamiya, The Postwar Conservative View of Asia: How the Political Right Has Delayed
   Japan's Coming to Terms with Its History of Aggression in Asia
LAURA HEIN

Dower, Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II
ANDREW E. BARSHAY

Drea, In the Service of the Emperor: Essays on the Imperial Japanese Army
TAKASHI FUJITANI

Mass, Yoritomo and the Founding of the First Bakufu: The Origins of
   Dual Government in Japan
CARL STEENSTRUP

Yiengpruksawan, Hiraizumi: Buddhist Art and Regional Politics in
   Twelfth-Century Japan
ROBERT BORGEN

Stone, Original Enlightenment and the Transformation of Medieval
   Japanese Buddhism
WILLIAM E. DEAL

Inouye, The Similitude of Blossoms: A Critical Biography of izumi Kyōka
   (1873-1939), Japanese Novelist and Playwright
ADAM KABAT

Gabriel, Mad Wives and Island Dreams: Shimao Toshio and the Margins
   of Japanese Literature
MICHAEL MOLASKY

Katō (Chang, trans.), A Sheep's Song: A Writer's Reminiscences of Japan
   and the World
DOUG SLAYMAKER

Gössmann, Schreiben als Befreiung: Autobiographische Romane und
   Erz
ählungen von Autorinnen der Proletarischen Literaturbewegung Japans
BARBARA MOLONY
 

OPINION AND COMMENT

Reply to Hannelore Eisenhofer-Halim's Review of William Wayne Farris,
Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures
J. EDWARD KIDDER


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