Published March 2001 by Westview Press .
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At first glance, Japan is radically different, but if you want to know what is behind the western facade, this book will take you back to when there was one Japan and no concept of there being two - the original version and the western by: 2.
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Find more information about: ISBN:. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: The ambiguous legacy --The legacy of the war --The legacy of Hiroshima --The legacy of the Occupation --The sexual nexus --The cultural nexus --Of Shoguns and Ninjas --The business nexus --The dilemma of Japanese-Americans --Conclusion.
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Japanese Lessons: A Year in a Japanese School Through the Eyes of an American Anthropologist and Her Children. Gail R. Benjamin. --The New York Times Book Review Americans regard the Japanese educational system and the lives of Japanese children with a mixture of awe and indignance.
We respect a system that produces higher literacy rates 4/5(3). American education through Japanese eyes by George Z. Bereday,University Press of Hawaii edition, in EnglishPages: In this unique collection of touching and heartfelt short stories, ten young Asian-American writers re-create the conflicts that all young people feel living in two distinct worlds -- one of /5(2).
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It is an attempt to put together in one package my concerns with Japanese education as a parent and an American citizen observing and participating in American education in the s and s, and as an anthropologist interested in modern Japanese culture and society. The research on which the book is based is a combination of two approaches.
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—The New York Times Book Review. Americans regard the Japanese educational system and the lives of Japanese children with a mixture of awe and indignance.
We respect a system. Through Japanese Eyes:4th Revised and Expanded Edition. Center for International Training and Education, The new edition of Through Japanese Eyes offers source readings that present Japan through the eyes of a diverse set of Japanese people. Editor Richard Minear examines specific themes through (mostly) aptly selected short and often.
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Japanese Lessons book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Gail R. Benjamin reaches beyond predictable images of authoritaria. A Geek in Japan is a great introduction to Japanese culture including a brief history of the country that explains that the Japanese are so different because they were isolated from the rest of the world for centuries.
The book covers both traditional culture such as sumo and tea ceremonies as well as modern Japanese business and youth culture. Papers of Edward James Parrish, a representative for the British-American Tobacco company in Japan between This is a substantial collection comprising items and 5 volumes.
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Teach Us, Teacher In each lesson, the lesson supervisor, Assoc. Prof. Akane Tokunaga, explains important learning points. Propaganda signs at the time of Japanese-American imprisonment during World War II or when the Chinese Exclusion Act was in force during the 19th and 20th centuries depicted characters with hyperbolized slanted eyes to dehumanize Asians.
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In the section entitled "the War in Western Eyes" the author surveys in great detail the development of stereotypical images of the Japanese, especially in American sources. the Japanese were often represented in a depersonalized manner as the "Jap hordes" although the wartime population of Japan was only 73 million.Japanese Lessons: A Year in a Japanese School through the Eyes of an American Anthropologist and Her Children.
Benjamin, Gail R. This book recounts the experiences of a U.S. parent with two children in a Japanese elementary school. Seen through American eyes, the new nation's Founding Fathers were all noble, guided by lofty ideals.
But through British eyes, events and people were, not surprisingly, seen quite differently.