Some Comparative Observations on Modernization of Social Structure Between China and Japan

  • Ken’ichi Tominaga


The idea that there is development, progress, evolution or whatsover in history is not as old as history of mankind, nor does it universally exist anywhere in the world. It is an outcome of the modern West, and it came to be fixed especially by the modern idea of progress beginning from the Enlightenment since the 17th century Europe.


Village Level National Examination Comparative Observation Head Family Family Property 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ken’ichi Tominaga
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  1. 1.Bungakubu Shakaigaku KenkyushitsuThe University of TokyoBunkyo-ku, 113 TokyoJapan

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