The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 31, Number 2
Summer 2005


ARTICLES

Where Tradition Meets Change:

Japanís Agricultural Politics in Transition

AURELIA GEORGE MULGAN {abstract}

 

Criminals or Victims?

The Politics of Illegal Foreigners in Japan

APICHAI W. SHIPPER {abstract}

 

The Bloodstained Doll:

Violence and the Gift in Wartime Japan

ELLEN SCHATTSCHNEIDER {abstract}

 

Progress and Love Marriage:

Rereading Tanizaki Juníichirōís Chijin no ai

MICHIKO SUZUKI {abstract}
 

 

REVIEW ESSAY

 

Reassessing Amakudari:

What Do We Know and How Do We Know It?

WILLIAM W. GRIMES

 

 

REVIEWS

 

Krauss and Pempel, eds., Beyond Bilateralism: U.S.-Japan Relations
   in the New Asia-Pacific

EDWARD J. LINCOLN

 

Schaede and Grimes, eds., Japanís Managed Globalization:
   Adapting to the Twenty-First Century

MARK TILTON

 

Werner, Princes of the Yen: Japanís Central Bankers and the
   Transformation of the Economy

Wright, Japanís Fiscal Crisis: The Ministry of Finance and the
   Politics of Public Spending, 1975-2000

MICHAEL J. SMITKA

 

Hughes, Japanís Security Agenda: Military, Economic, and Environmental Dimensions
REINHARD DRIFTE

 

Schwartz and Pharr, eds., The State of Civil Society in Japan
KEIKO HIRATA

 

Visser ĎT Hooft, Japanese Contract and Anti-Trust Law:
   A Sociological and Comparative Study

J. MARK RAMSEYER

  

Martinez, Identity and Ritual in a Japanese Diving Village:
The Making and Becoming of Person and Place
 
JOHN W. TRAPHAGAN

  

Bestor, Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World
ULF HANNERZ

 

Rupp, Gift-Giving in Japan: Cash, Connections, Cosmologies
HIKARU SUZUKI

 

Knight, Waiting for Wolves in Japan: An Anthropological Study
   of People-Wildlife Relations
K. SIVARAMAKRISHNAN

 

Ruppert, Jewel in the Ashes: Buddha Relics and Power in Early Medieval Japan
RICHARD K. PAYNE

 

Watsky, Chikubushima: Deploying the Sacred Arts in Momoyama Japan
MORGAN PITELKA

 

Takeuchi, ed., The Artist as Professional in Japan
SAMUEL C. MORSE

 

Mostow, Bryson, and Graybill, eds., Gender and Power in the Japanese Visual Field
ELIZABETH LILLEHOJ

 

Yoshida (Miyao and Hirano, trans.), Ozuís Anti-Cinema
DENNIS WASHBURN

 

Wetzel, Keigo in Modern Japan: Polite Language from Meiji to the Present
TESSA CARROLL

 

Friday, Samurai, Warfare and the State in Early Medieval Japan
J. P. LAMERS

 

Conlan, State of War: The Violent Order of Fourteenth-Century Japan
HAROLD BOLITHO

 

Totman, Pre-industrial Korea and Japan in Environmental Perspective
ALEXIS DUDDEN

 

Partner, Toshiť: A Story of Village Life in Twentieth Century Japan
ANNE E. IMAMURA

 

Sand, House and Home: Architecture, Domestic Space, and
   Bourgeois Culture, 1880-1930
JEFFREY E. HANES

 

Gayle, Marxist History and Postwar Japanese Nationalism
J. VICTOR KOSCHMANN

 

Fogel, ed., The Teleology of the Modern Nation-state: Japan and China
PRASENJIT DUARA

 

Hein, Diefendorf, and Ishida, eds., Rebuilding Urban Japan after 1945
ANDR… SORENSEN

 

McVeigh, Nationalisms of Japan: Managing and Mystifying Identity
JAMES J. ORR

 

Mertz, Novel Japan: Spaces of Nationhood in Early Meiji Narrative, 1870-88
P. F. KORNICKI

 

Tomida, Hiratsuka Raichō and Early Japanese Feminism
SUMIKO OTSUBO

 

 

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