The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 28, Number 1
Winter 2002

ARTICLES

“Now We Show It All!”
 
Normalization and the Management of Violence in Japan’s Armed Forces
SABINE FRÜHSTÜCK AND EYAL BEN-ARI {abstract}

 The Gender of Nationalism: 
Competing Masculinities in Meiji Japan
JASON G. KARLIN {abstract}

Nakano Shigeharu’s “Goshaku no sake”
REIKO ABE AUESTAD {abstract}

Images of Repose and Violence in Three Japanese Writers
ALAN TANSMAN {abstract}


REVIEWS

Bix, Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan
BEN-AMI SHILLONY 

Harootunian, Overcome by Modernity: History, Culture, and Community in Interwar Japan
ANDREW BARSHAY

Tipton and Clark, eds., Being Modern in Japan: Culture and Society from the 1910s to the 1930s
RICHARD TORRANCE

McLelland, Male Homosexuality in Modern Japan: Cultural Myths and Social Realities
JIM REICHERT

Reynolds, Maekawa Kunio and the Emergence of Japanese Modernist Architecture
DONALD F. McCALLUM

Hein and Selden, eds., Censoring History: Citizenship and Memory in Japan, Germany, and the United States
GERALD FIGAL

Rozman, ed., Japan and Russia: The Tortuous Path to Normalization, 1949-1999
HERBERT J. ELLISON

Masuda (Fogel, trans.), Japan and China: Mutual Representations in the Modern Era
DOUGLAS R. REYNOLDS

Lewis, Becoming Apart: National Power and Local Politics in Toyama, 1868-1945
JAMES C. BAXTER

Swale, The Political Thought of Mori Arinori: A Study in Meiji Conservatism
MARK LINCICOME

Soum, Nakae Tôju (1608-1648) et Kumazawa Banzan (1619-1691): Deux penseurs de l’époque d’Edo
HERMAN OOMS

Lamers, Japonius Tyrannus: The Japanese Warlord Oda Nobunaga Reconsidered
JAMES L. MCCLAIN

Iwasawa, International Law, Human Rights, and Japanese Law: The Impact of International Law on Japanese Law
MARK A. LEVIN

Schaede, Cooperative Capitalism: Self-Regulation, Trade Associations, and the Antimonopoly Law in Japan
MARK TILTON

Okazaki and Okuno-Fujiwara, eds., The Japanese Economic System and Its Historical Origins
BAI GAO

Farrell, A Yen for Real Estate: Japanese Real Estate Investment Abroad—From Boom to Bust
MARIKO FUJII

Katzenstein, Hamilton-Hart, Kato, and Yue, Asian Regionalism
MILES KAHLER

Krauss, Broadcasting Politics in Japan: NHK and Television News
LAURIE A. FREEMAN

Ariga, Brunello, and Ohkusa, Internal Labour Markets in Japan
CHRISTINA L. AHMADJIAN

Renshaw, Kimono in the Boardroom: The Invisible Evolution of Japanese Women Managers
YUKO OGASAWARA

McVeigh, Wearing Ideology: State, Schooling and Self-Presentation in Japan
EYAL BEN-ARI

Lie, Multiethnic Japan
TESSA MORRIS-SUZUKI

Feldman, The Ritual of Rights in Japan: Law, Society, and Health Policy
MICHAEL D. FETTERS

Suzuki, The Price of Death: The Funeral Industry in Contemporary Japan
WILLIAM W. KELLY

Craig, ed., Japan Pop! Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture
WOLFRAM MANZENREITER

Hendry, The Orient Strikes Back: A Global View of Cultural Display
SEPP LINHART

Yoshimoto, Kurosawa: Film Studies and Japanese Cinema
JOANNE IZBICKI

McMullen, Idealism, Protest, and The Tale of Genji
PETER NOSCO

Stevenson and Ho, eds., Crossing the Bridge: Comparative Essays on Medieval European and Heian Japanese Women Writers
SONJA ARNTZEN

Snyder, Fictions of Desire: Narrative Form in the Novels of Nagai Kafū
ANN SHERIF
 

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