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Imperial Japan and the World, 1931-1945 Set (Critical Concepts in Asian Studies)

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The transformation of Japan in the years between 1931 and 1945 into an expansionist and potentially hegemonic power that threatened the stability of the international order in East Asia is a topic that is central to any understanding of the region’s history in the twentieth century.
This new four-volume collection from Routledge brings together the best and most influential scholarship on the period, both contemporary and historical. Volumes I and II focus on politics, foreign policy, and diplomacy. Volume III meanwhile covers economic and financial history. Finally, Volume IV assembles key work on social, cultural, and intellectual factors.
The collection is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editor. Each volume of this essential work of reference is also supplemented with an invaluable list of suggested further reading.
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ISBN-13: 9780415406765
ISBN-10: 0415406765
Pagini: 1528
Dimensiuni: 163 x 241 x 104 mm
Greutate: 2.88 kg
Editura: Routledge
Seria Critical Concepts in Asian Studies

Locul publicării: United Kingdom

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PROVISIONAL CONTENTS
Volume I: Politics in Japan, 1931ߝ45
Part 1: Contemporary Essays
1. Shigeharu Matsumoto, ‘Party Battles in Japan’, Pacific Affairs, 1932, 5, 4, 299ߝ305.
2. Yosuke Matsuoka, ‘Dissolve the Political Parties’, Contemporary Japan, 1932, II, 4, 661ߝ7.
3. H. Vere Redman, ‘Japan Governed by the "Camp"’, The Fortnightly Review, 1934, CXXXV, 318ߝ29.
4. Emil Lederer, ‘Fascist Tendencies in Japan’, Pacific Affairs, 1934, 7, 4, 373ߝ85.
5. Charles Fahs, ‘Recent Japanese Politics’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1937, 193, 145ߝ9.
6. Fumimaro Konoye, ‘Manchukuo, Precursor of Asiatic Renaissance and the Government by Wang-tao (Kingly Way) Based on Theocracy’, Contemporary Manchuria, 1937, 1, 2, 1ߝ17.
7. Yasuchi Sekiguchi, ‘The Changing Status of the Cabinet in Japan’, Pacific Affairs, 1938, 11, 1, 198ߝ207.
8. Kenneth Colegrave, ‘Japan as a Totalitarian State’, Amerasia, 1938, II, 1, 11ߝ17.
9. Minoru Uchida, ‘Open Discussion’, Amerasia, 1938, II, 3, 133ߝ6.
10. Tadao Yanaihara, ‘Problems of Japanese Administration in Korea’, Pacific Affairs, 1938, 11, 2, 198ߝ207.
11. T. A. Bisson, ‘Observations on Fascism in Japan’, Amerasia, 1938, II, 7, 347ߝ56.
12. Hotsumi Ozaki, ‘The New National Structure’, Contemporary Japan, 1940, IX, 10, 1284ߝ92.
13. George Sansom, ‘Japanese Liberalism’, Foreign Affairs, 1941, 19, 3, 551ߝ60.
14. Chitoshi Yanaga, ‘The Military and the Government in Japan’, The American Political Science Review, 1941, 35, 3, 528ߝ39.
15. Charles Nelson Spinks, ‘Bureaucratic Japan’, Far Eastern Survey, 1941, 10, 19, 219ߝ25.
16. Andrew J. Grajdanzev, ‘The "Ethical Elevation" of Japanese Politics’, Far Eastern Survey, 1943, 12, 7, 67ߝ71.
17. Ben Bruce Blakeney, ‘The Japanese High Command (Part One)’, Military Affairs, 1945, 9, 2, 95ߝ113.
Part 2: Historical Essays
18. Sharon H. Nolte, ‘Women’s Rights and Society’s Needs: Japan’s 1931 Suffrage Bill’, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 1986, 28, 4, 690ߝ714.
19. Germaine A. Hoston, ‘Tenko: Marxism and the National Question’, Polity, 1983, 16, 1, 96ߝ118.
20. Shin’ichi Kitaoka, ‘The Army as a Bureaucracy’, Journal of Military History, 1993, 57, 5, 67ߝ86.
21. Gregory J. Kasza, ‘Fascism From Below? A Comparative Perspective on the Japanese Right, 1931ߝ1936’, Journal of Contemporary History, 1984, 19, 4, 607ߝ29.
22. Stephen S. Large, ‘Nationalist Extremism in Early Showa Japan: Inoue Nissho and the "Blood Pledge Corps Incident", 1932’, Modern Asian Studies, 2001, 35, 3, 533ߝ64.
23. Christopher W. A. Szpilman, ‘Kita Ikki and the Politics of Coercion’, Modern Asian Studies, 2002, 36, 2, 470ߝ90.
24. Ian Nish, ‘The Showa Emperor and the End of the Manchurian Crisis’, Japan Forum, 1989, 1, 2, 265ߝ74.
Volume II: Foreign Policy and Diplomacy, 1931ߝ45
Part 1: Contemporary Essays
25. Yukio Ozaki, ‘Japan and the Manchurian Question’, Nineteenth Century and After, 1932, CXII, 668, 419ߝ30.
26. Inazo Nitobe, ‘Japan, the League of Nations and the Peace Pact’, Lectures on Japan: An Outline of the Development of the Japanese People and Their Culture (Kenkyusha, 1936), pp. 253ߝ74.
27. Lord Lytton, ‘The Problem of Manchuria’, International Affairs, 1932, 11, 6, 737ߝ56.
28. Yasaka Takaki, ‘World Peace Machinery and the Asia Monroe Doctrine’, Pacific Affairs, 1932, 5, 11, 941ߝ53.
29. Hirosi Saito, ‘A Japanese View of the Manchurian Situation’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1933, 165, 159ߝ66.
30. Kikujiro Ishii, ‘The Permanent Bases of Japanese Foreign Policy’, Foreign Affairs, 1933, 11, 2, 220ߝ9.
31. Malcolm Kennedy, ‘Russo-Japanese Friction’, The Nineteenth Century and After, 1934, CXVI, 692, 380ߝ90.
32. Reijiro Wakatsuki, ‘The Aims of Japan’, Foreign Affairs, 1935, 13, 1, 583ߝ94.
33. Keishiro Matsui, ‘Anglo-Japanese Relations’, The Fortnightly Review, 1935, CXXXVIII, 513ߝ23.
34. Yosuke Tsurumi, ‘Japan To-day and To-morrow’, International Affairs, 1936, 15, 6, 807ߝ26.
35. Kenzo Takayanagi, ‘A Japanese View of the Struggle in the Far East’, International Affairs, 1939, XVIII, 1, 27ߝ55.
36. Naotake Sato, ‘Future Relations between Japan and China’, Contemporary Japan, 1940, IX, 1, 7ߝ15.
37. Toshio Shiratori, ‘Preparing for a New World Order’, Contemporary Japan, 1941, X, 4, 435ߝ42.
38. William Magistretti, ‘Japan’s New Order in the Pacific’, Pacific Affairs, 1941, 14, 2, 198ߝ206.
Part 2: Historical Essays
39. Tetsuya Sakai, ‘The Soviet Factor in Japanese Foreign Policy, 1923ߝ1937’, Acta Slavica Iaponica, 1988, 6, 27ߝ40.
40. Sandra Wilson, ‘Containing the Crisis: Japan’s Diplomatic Offensive in the West, 1931ߝ33’, Modern Asian Studies, 1995, 29, 2, 337ߝ72.
41. Michael A. Barnhart, ‘Japan’s Economic Security and the Origins of the Pacific War’, Journal of Strategic Studies, 1981, 4, 2, 105ߝ24.
42. Sumio Hatano, ‘The Japanese Navy and the Development of Southward Expansion’, in Shinya Sugiyama and Milagros C. Guerrero (eds.), International Commercial Rivalry in Southeast Asia in the Inter-War Period (Yale University Press, 1994), pp. 95ߝ108.
43. Katsumi Usui, ‘Japanese Approaches to China in the 1930s: Two Alternatives’, in Akira Iriye and Warren Cohen (eds.), American, Chinese and Japanese Perspectives on Wartime Asia 1931ߝ1949 (Scholarly Resources, 1990), pp. 93ߝ116.
44. James B. Crowley, ‘A Reconsideration of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident’, Journal of Asian Studies, 1964, 22, 3, 277ߝ91.
45. John Hunter Boyle, ‘The Road to Sino-Japanese Collaboration: The Background to the Defection of Wang Ching-wei’, Monumenta Nipponica, 1970, 25, 3/4, 267ߝ301.
46. Sadao Asada, ‘The Shocks of the Atomic Bomb and Japan’s Decision to Surrender: A Reconsideration’, Pacific Historical Review, 1998, 67, 4, 477ߝ512.
Volume III: Economics and Finance, 1931ߝ45
Part 1: Contemporary Essays
47. Shigeichi Mayeda, ‘Our Stricken Agriculture’, Contemporary Japan, 1932, 1, 2, 266ߝ76.
48. G. C. Allen, ‘The Political and Economic Position of Japan’, International Affairs, 1934, 13, 4, 540ߝ57.
49. R. S. Sayers, ‘Japan’s Balance of Trade’, Economica, 1935, 2, 5, 51ߝ60.
50. William W. Lockwood, Jr. and M. Matsuo, ‘Export Control in Japan’, Far Eastern Survey, 1935, 4, 17, 132ߝ6.
51. Catherine Porter, ‘Mineral Deficiency Versus Self-Sufficiency in Japan’, Far Eastern Survey, 1936, 5, 2, 9ߝ14.
52. Isohi Asahi, ‘Japanese Industrialization and the British Empire’, Asiatic Review, 1936, XXXII, 109, 169ߝ80.
53. M. Matsuo, ‘The Japanese State as Industrialist and Financier’, Far Eastern Survey, 1936, 5, 11, 105ߝ10.
54. Eigo Fukai, ‘The Recent Monetary Policy of Japan’, in A. D. Gayer (ed.), The Lessons of Monetary Experience (Allen & Unwin, 1937), pp. 379ߝ95.
55. Miriam S. Farley, ‘Pygmy Factories: The Backbone of Japanese Industry’, Far Eastern Survey, 1937, 6, 1, 1ߝ7.
56. Gunther Stein, ‘Japanese State Finance’, Pacific Affairs, 1937, 10, 4, 393ߝ406.
57. Nagahara Yasuo, ‘Manchukuo’s New Economic Policy’, Pacific Affairs, 1938, 11, 3, 323ߝ37.
58. William H. Taylor and Robert A. Brady, ‘Policy Centralization in Japan under the Kokutai Principle’, Pacific Affairs, 1941, 14, 1, 51ߝ77.
59. Kurt Bloch, ‘Japan’s War Economy’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1941, 215, 17ߝ23.
60. Louis E. Freehtling, ‘Japan’s Oil Supplies’, Amerasia, 1941, 5, 5, 197ߝ201.
61. H. T. Oshima, ‘Japan’s "New Economic Structure"’, Pacific Affairs, 1942, 15, 3, 261ߝ79.
Part 2: Historical Essays
62. Ann Waswo, ‘Japan’s Rural Economy in Crisis’, in Ian Brown (ed.), The Economies of Africa and Asia in the Inter-war Depression (Routledge, 1989), pp. 115ߝ36.
63. Janet Hunter, ‘Female Migration and the Farm Family Economy in Interwar Japan’, in Pamela Sharpe (ed.), Women, Gender and Labour Migration: Historical and Global Perspectives (Routledge, 2001), pp. 244ߝ58.
64. Toru Iwami, Tetsuji Okazaki, and Hiroshi Yoshikawa, ‘The Great Depression in Japan: Why Was it So Short?’, in Trevor J. O. Dick (ed.), Business Cycles Since 1800: New Historical Perspectives from Historical Evidence (Edward Elgar, 1998), pp. 28ߝ48.
65. Richard Smethurst, ‘Takahashi Korekiyo’s Economic Policies in the Great Depression and Their Meiji Roots’ (LSE/STICERD, 2000), pp. 1ߝ24.
66. Kaoru Sugihara, ‘Intra-Asian Trade and East Asia’s Industrialization, 1919ߝ1939’, in Gareth Austin (ed.), Industrial Growth in the Third World, c. 1870ߝc. 1990: Depressions, Intra-Regional Trade, and Ethnic Networks (LSE Working Papers in Economic History, 44/98, 1998), pp. 25ߝ57.
67. Howard Dick, ‘Japan’s Economic Expansion in the Netherlands Indies Between the First and Second World Wars’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1989, XX, 2, 244ߝ72.
68. Mitsuhiko Kimura, ‘The Economics of Japanese Imperialism in Korea, 1910ߝ1939’, Economic History Review, 1995, XLVIII, 3, 555ߝ74.
69. Richard Rice, ‘Economic Mobilization in Wartime Japan: Business, Bureaucracy, and Military in Conflict’, Journal of Asian Studies, 1979, 38, 4, 689ߝ706.
70. Janis Mimura, ‘Technocratic Visions of Empire: Technology Bureaucrats and the "New Order" for Science-Technology’, in Harald Fuess (ed.), The Japanese Empire in East Asia and its Postwar Legacy (Indicium, 1998), pp. 97ߝ118.
Volume IV: Social, Cultural, and Intellectual Factors, 1931ߝ45
Part 1: Contemporary Essays
71. Hugh Byas, ‘Japan’s Population Problem’, Asiatic Review, 1933, XXIX, 100, 662ߝ7.
72. J. F. Normano, ‘Japanese Emigration to Brazil’, Pacific Affairs, 1934, 7, 1, 42ߝ61.
73. Nyozekan Hasegawa, ‘The National Character of the Japanese’, Contemporary Japan, 1935, 3, 4, 543ߝ50.
74. Baron Dan, ‘Cultural Relations with Japan’, Asiatic Review, 1936, XXXII, 109, 155ߝ68.
75. Samuel I. Hayakawa, ‘Japanese Sensibility’, Harper’s Monthly Magazine, 1936, 174, 98ߝ103.
76. Freda Utley, ‘Population and Conquest’, Pacific Affairs, 1937, 10, 1, 16ߝ29.
77. Sadao Araki, ‘State and Education’, Contemporary Japan, 1938, VII, 3, 421ߝ7.
78. Tokuji Seno, ‘Cinema Censorship in Japan’, Contemporary Japan, 1938, VII, 6, 60ߝ8.
79. Tetsuji Kada, ‘The Theory of an East Asian Unity’, Contemporary Japan, 1939, VIII, 5, 574ߝ81.
80. Tsuyoshi Misao, ‘Our Women in the Emergency’, Contemporary Japan, 1939, VIII, 5, 643ߝ50.
81. Chitoshi Yanaga, ‘Recent Trends in Japanese Political Thought’, Pacific Affairs, 1940, 13, 2, 125ߝ37.
82. David Nelson Rowe, ‘The T’ai Chi Symbol in Japanese War Propaganda’, Public Opinion Quarterly, 1941, 5, 4, 532ߝ47.
83. Shingoro Takaishi, ‘A Pan-Asiatic Union: A Japanese Conception’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1941, 215, 54ߝ60.
84. Galen M. Fisher, ‘Understanding and Misunderstanding Japan’, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1941, 215, 122ߝ6.
85. F. A. Rager, ‘Japanese Emigration and Japan’s Population Pressure’, Pacific Affairs, 1941, 14, 3, 300ߝ21.
86. Selden C. Menefee, ‘Japan’s Psychological Warfare’, Social Forces, 1943, 21, 4, 425ߝ36.
Part 2: Historical Essays
87. Sheldon M. Garon, ‘State and Religion in Imperial Japan, 1912ߝ1945’, Journal of Japanese Studies, 1986, 12, 2, 273ߝ302.
88. Louise Young, ‘Marketing the Modern: Department Stores, Consumer Culture and the New Middle Class in Interwar Japan’, International Labor and Working Class History, 1999, 55, 52ߝ70.
89. Thomas R. H. Havens, ‘Women and War in Japan, 1937ߝ45’, American Historical Review, 1975, 80, 4, 913ߝ34.
90. David R. Ambaras, ‘Juvenile Delinquency and the National Defense State: Policing Young Workers in Wartime Japan, 1937ߝ1945’, Journal of Asian Studies, 2004, 63, 1, 31ߝ60.
91. Donald Keene, ‘Japanese Literature and Politics in the 1930s’, Journal of Japanese Studies, 1976, 2, 2, 225ߝ48.
92. Akira Iriye, ‘Culture in Japanese Foreign Affairs’, in T. G. Fraser and Peter Lowe (eds.), Conflict and Amity in East Asia: Essays in Honour of Ian Nish (Macmillan, 1992), pp. 47ߝ58.
93. Peter Duus, ‘Imperialism Without Colonies: The Vision of a Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Zone’, Diplomacy and Statecraft, 1996, 7, 1, 54ߝ72.
94. Han Jung-Sun, ‘Rationalizing the Orient: The "East Asia Cooperative Community" in Prewar Japan’, Monumenta Nipponica, 2005, 60, 4, 481ߝ514.
95. Yoko Arisaka and Nishida Kitaro, ‘The Nishida Enigma: "The Principle of the New Order"’, Monumenta Nipponica, 1996, 51, 1, 81ߝ105.