The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 28, Number 2
Summer 2002

ARTICLES

American Pressure for Financial Internationalization in Japan
on the Eve of the Great Depression
MARK METZLER
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The Resolution of Karaoke Disputes:
The Calculus of Institutions and Social Capital
MARK D. WEST
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Class and Gender in a Meiji Family Romance:
Kikuchi Yuho’s Chikyodai
KEN K. ITO
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Waking the Dead:
Fujiwara Teika’s Sotoba kuyo Poems
EDWARD KAMENS
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REVIEWS

Dore and Whittaker, Social Evolution, Economic Development, and Culture: What It Means to Take Japan Seriously
THOMAS P. ROHLEN

Mosk, Japanese Industrial History: Technology, Urbanization, and Economic Growth
DAVID HOWELL

Smith, A Time of Crisis: Japan, the Great Depression, and Rural Revitalization
NEIL L. WATERS

Ching, Becoming “Japanese”: Colonial Taiwan and the Politics of Identity Formation
ANDREW F. JONES

Brooks, Japan’s Imperial Diplomacy: Consuls, Treaty Ports, and War in China
Lone, Army, Empire and Politics in Meiji Japan: The Three Careers of General Katsura Taro
FREDERICK DICKINSON

Matsui, Japanese Devils
BOB TADASHI WAKAYABASHI

Orr, The Victim as Hero: Ideologies of Peace and National Identity in Postwar Japan
THOMAS BERGER

Okamoto (Leiter, trans.), The Man Who Saved Kabuki: Faubion Bowers and Theatre Censorship in Occupied Japan
JEAN-JACQUES TSCHUDIN

Poulton, Spirits of Another Sort: The Plays of Izumi Kyoka
NINA CORNYETZ

Pflugfelder, Cartographies of Desire: Male-Male Sexuality in Japanese Discourse, 1600-1950
AYAKO KANO

Kawashima, Writing Margins: The Textual Construction of Gender in Heian and Kamakura Japan
MARGARET H. CHILDS

Hur, Prayer and Play in Late Tokugawa Japan: Asakusa Sensōji and Edo Society
DONALD F. MCCALLUM

Kidder, Jr., The Lucky Seventh: Early Horyu-Ji and Its Time
JOAN R. PIGGOTT

Naumann, Japanese Prehistory: The Material and Spiritual Culture of the Jomon Period
MARK HUDSON

Hayami, The Historical Demography of Pre-Modern Japan
WILLIAM LAVELY

 Tonomura, Walthall, and Wakita, eds., Women and Class in Japanese History
DAVID HOWELL

Bocking, The Oracles of the Three Shrines: Windows on Japanese Religion
ALLAN G. GRAPARD

Blocker and Starling, Japanese Philosophy
JAMES W. HEISIG

Hijiya-Kirschnereit, ed., Japan: Der andere Kulturführer
WOLFRAM MANZENREITER

Grimes, Unmaking the Japanese Miracle: Macroeconomic Politics, 1985-2000
ROBERT C. ANGEL

Gilman, No Miracles Here: Fighting Urban Decline in Japan and the United States
MATTHEW ALLEN

Kinsella, Adult Manga: Culture and Power in Contemporary Japanese Society
SABINE FRÜHSTÜCK

Liddle and Nakajima, Rising Suns, Rising Daughters: Gender, Class and Power in Japan
Rosenberger, Gambling with Virtue: Japanese Women and the Search for Self in a Changing Nation
GORDON MATHEWS

Hood, Japanese Education Reform: Nakasone’s Legacy
MARK LINCICOME

Low, Nakayama, and Yoshioka, Science, Technology and Society in Contemporary Japan
LONNY E. CARLILE

Jin, The Dynamics of Knowledge Regimes: Technology, Culture and Competitiveness in the USA and Japan
LEONARD H. LYNN

McClure, Using Japanese: A Guide to Contemporary Usage
WESLEY M. JACOBSEN


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