Cultural and Social Dynamics is the second volume of a series that analyzes Japan's phenomenal economic rise, its society, and its place in contemporary world affairs after World War II and particularly after 1970. In this volume, a wider range of social scientists analyze certain linkages between political economy, society, and culture of Japan. Whereas Volumes 1 and 2 aim to be definitive, Volume 3 is overtly exploratory. It aims to open new avenues of research for our understanding of Japan.
Patrick, Hugh, and Yasuake Murakami, eds. The Political Economy of Japan. Vol. 3, Cultural and Social Dynamics, ed. Shumpei Kumon and Henry Rosovsky. Stanford University Press, July 1992.
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