Understanding the Japanese

  • Clive Morton

Abstract

The West has attempted to understand the Japanese for centuries. Depending on the context, the Japanese have been seen in dismissive or racist terms as insular, little people, with no individual character, totally conformist, bent on imitating the world or even dominating it.

Keywords

Migration Europe Expense Dick 

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Notes

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    Dick Wilson, The Sun at Noon, Hamish Hamilton, 1986, p. xxi.Google Scholar
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    L. Austin, Saints and Samurai, Yale University Press, 1975.Google Scholar
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    P. Norbury and G. Bownes, Business in Japan, 2nd edn, Macmillan, 1980.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    D. Green, ‘Japan Adapts to Western Practices’, Financial Times, 11 December 1992.Google Scholar

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© Clive Morton 1994

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