The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 29, Number 1
Winter 2003

ARTICLES

Leadership and Political Change in Japan:

The Case of the Second Rincho

RICHARD J. SAMUELS {abstract}

 

Becoming a Cucumber: Culture, Nature, and the

Good Death in Japan and the United States

SUSAN ORPETT LONG {abstract}

 

Mongrel Modernism:

Hayashi Fumiko’s Horoki and Mass Culture

WILLIAM O. GARDNER {abstract}

 


REVIEWS

 

Walthall, ed., The Human Tradition in Modern Japan
DAVID R. AMBARAS

 

Inoue, Individual Dignity in Modern Japanese Thought: The Evolution of the Concept of Jinkaku in Moral and Educational Discourse
DOUGLAS HOWLAND

 

Norgren, Abortion Before Birth Control: The Politics of Reproduction in Postwar Japan
ROBIN M. LE BLANC

 

Aspinall, Teachers’ Unions and the Politics of Education in Japan
LEONARD J. SCHOPPA

 

Thang, Generations in Touch: Linking the Old and Young in a Tokyo Neighborhood
AKIKO HASHIMOTO

 

Gill, Men of Uncertainty: The Social Organization of Day Laborers in Contemporary Japan
JAMES E. ROBERSON

 

Facts, Surveys, and Interview Transcripts: The State of Japanese Immigration Studies

Sellek, Migrant Labour in Japan

Komai, Foreign Migrants in Contemporary Japan

Linger, No One Home: Brazilian Selves Remade in Japan
TAKEYUKI TSUDA

 

Cortazzi, ed., Japan Experiences: Fifty Years, One Hundred Views: Post-War Japan Through British Eyes
DAVID WILLIAMS

 

Howland, Translating the West: Language and Political Reason in Nineteenth-Century Japan
F. G. NOTEHELFER

 

Peattie, Sunburst: The Rise of Japanese Naval Air Power, 1909-1941
MASAHIRO YAMAMOTO

 

Krug, Hirama, Sander-Nagashima, and Niestlé, Reluctant Allies: German-Japanese Naval Relations in World War II
MARK R. PEATTIE

 

Hellegers, We the Japanese People: World War II and the Origins of the Japanese Constitution

Rabinowitz, The Genesis of the Japanese Foreign Investment Law of 1950
JOHN O. HALEY

 

George, Minamata: Pollution and the Struggle for Democracy in Postwar Japan
MIRANDA A. SCHREURS

 

Coleman, Japanese Science from the Inside
DAVID G. WITTNER

 

Thomas, The Japanese Pharmaceutical Industry: The New Drug Lag and the Failure of Industrial Policy
IAN NEARY

 

Miwa, Nishimura, and Ramseyer, eds., Distribution in Japan
DAVID FLATH

 

Freedman, ed., Economic Reform in Japan: Can the Japanese Change?
STEVEN VOGEL

 

Lincoln, Arthritic Japan: The Slow Pace of Economic Reform
ARTHUR ALEXANDER

 

Kwan, Yen Bloc: Toward Economic Integration in Asia
GORDON DE BROUWER

 

Clarke, ed., Japanese New Religions in Global Perspective
MARK R. MULLINS

 

Metraux, The International Expansion of a Modern Buddhist Movement: The Soka Gakkai in Southeast Asia and Australia
ROBERT KISALA

 

Kisala and Mullins, eds., Religion and Social Crisis in Japan: Understanding Japanese Society through the Aum Affair
BRIAN J. MCVEIGH

 

Huey, The Making of Shinkokinshu
MICHAEL F. MARRA

 

Phillips, The Practices of Painting in Japan, 1475-1500
KAREN L. BROCK

 

Torniainen, From Austere Wabi to Golden Wabi: Philosophical and Aesthetic Aspects of Wabi in the Way of Tea
JOSEPH D. PARKER

 

Souyri (Roth, trans.), The World Turned Upside Down: Medieval Japanese Society
THOMAS KEIRSTEAD

 

Walker, The Conquest of Ainu Lands: Ecology and Culture in Japanese Expansion, 1590-1800
ARNE KALLAND

 

Shapiro, Atomic Bomb Cinema
AKIRA MIZUTA LIPPIT

 

Yano, Tears of Longing: Nostalgia and the Nation in Japanese Popular Song
E. TAYLOR ATKINS

 

Atkins, Blue Nippon: Authenticating Jazz in Japan
JOHN SZWED

 

Sas, Fault Lines: Cultural Memory and Japanese Surrealism
J. KEITH VINCENT

 

Sakai, Kawabata, le clair-obscur
ROY STARRS

 

Guttmann and Thompson, Japanese Sports: A History
SEPP LINHART

 

Horne and Manzenreiter, eds., Japan, Korea and the 2002 World Cup
ALLEN GUTTMANN


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