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Shonindo: Characteristics and Criticisms

  • Ichiro Horide
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Part of the Advances in Japanese Business and Economics book series (AJBE, volume 20)

Abstract

This chapter discusses and analyzes the characteristics of Shonindo focusing on four sections: comparative analysis of Shonindo with Bushido, behavior analysis of Japanese merchants, terakoya education in childhood and Shonindo, and comparison with Western merchant behavior.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ichiro Horide
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  1. 1.Reitaku UniversityKashiwaJapan

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