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Japan And Okinawa

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

At the same time, however, they have demonstrated a capacity to give voice to a separate identity, inscribing cultural practices marking them as different from mainland Japanese. Leading specialists examine in detail topics such as Okinawa as a frontier region, Okinawa's Free Trade Zones and response to globalization, and Okinawa as part of the Japanese 'construction state', being particularly concerned with how Okinawa can chart its own course. The Koza Riot of December 1970 and the Okinawan search for citizenship Christopher Aldous 10. Hook and Richard Siddle Part I Structure 2. Responding to Globalization: Okinawa's Free Trade Zone in Microregional Context Glenn D. The originality of this book can be found in its elucidation of how the structural constraints of Okinawa's precarious position in the world, the region and as part of Japan impact on subjectivity.

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Japan and Okinawa : structure and subjectivity / edited by Glenn D. Hook and Richard Siddle

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

He is the author of Race, Resistance and the Ainu of Japan and various articles on Okinawa and the Ainu. Nuchi nu Suji: comedy and everyday life in postwar Okinawa Christopher Nelson 13. The book draws on a range of disciplines to provide new insights into both the contemporary and historical place of Okinawa and the Okinawans. The first half of the book examines Okinawa as part of the global, regional and national structures which impose constraints as well as offer opportunities to Okinawa. For many Okinawans, in the past as now, acceptance and rationalization of their dependency has made them collaborators in their own subordination. The Koza Riot of December 1970 and the Okinawan search for citizenship Christopher Aldous 10. Arakawa Akira: the thought and poetry of an iconoclast Michael Molasky 14.

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Japan and Okinawa : structure and subjectivity in SearchWorks catalog

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

Editorial policy encourages leading and promising younger scholars to contribute especially social scientific analysis on a wide range of Japan-related subjects. The originality of this book can be found in its elucidation of how the structural constraints of Okinawa's precarious position in the world, the region and as part of Japan impact on subjectivity. Richard Siddle is Lecturer in Japanese studies, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield. The book draws on a range of disciplines to provide new insights into both the contemporary and historical place of Okinawa and the Okinawans. The originality of this book can be found in its elucidation of how the structural constraints of Okinawa's precarious position in the world, the region and as part of Japan impact on subjectivity. He is affiliated with the University of Tokyo as Foundation Visiting Professor of International Politics in the Graduate School of Law and Politics.

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Japan and Okinawa by Glen D. Hook (ebook)

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

The first half of the book examines Okinawa as part of the global, regional and national structures which impose constraints as well as offer opportunities to Okinawa. The second half focuses on questions of identity and subjectivity, examining the multitude of vibrant cultural practices that breathe life into the meaning of being Okinawan and inform their social and political responses to structural constraints. Leading specialists examine in detail topics such as Okinawa as a frontier region, Okinawa's Free Trade Zones and response to globalization, and Okinawa as part of the Japanese 'construction state', being particularly concerned with how Okinawa can chart its own course. For many Okinawans, in the past as now, acceptance and rationalization of their dependency has made them collaborators in their own subordination. At the same time, however, they have demonstrated a capacity to give voice to a separate identity, inscribing cultural practices marking them as different from mainland Japanese. Contested memories: struggles over war and peace in contemporary Okinawa Julia Yonetani 12.

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Japan and Okinawa by Glen D. Hook (ebook)

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It is an excellent book that should be recommended to all interested in contemporary Japan. The second half focuses on questions of identity and subjectivity, examining the multitude of vibrant cultural practices that breathe life into the meaning of being Okinawan and inform their social and political responses to structural constraints. Okinawa and the structure of dependence Gavan McCormack 7. The second half focuses on questions of identity and subjectivity, examining the multitude of vibrant cultural practices that breathe life into the meaning of being Okinawan and inform their social and political responses to structural constraints. The book draws on a range of disciplines to provide new insights into both the contemporary and historical place of Okinawa and the Okinawans. It combines a focus on structure and subjectivity as a way to analyze Okinawa, Okinawans and their relationship with global, regional and national structures. Migration and the nation-state: structural explanations for emigration from Okinawa Yoko Sellek 6.

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Japan and Okinawa by Glen D. Hook (ebook)

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

The originality of this book can be found in its elucidation of how the structural constraints of Okinawa's precarious position in the world, the region and as part of Japan impact on subjectivity. Japan and Okinawa provides an up-to-date, coherent and theoretically informed examination of Okinawa from the perspective of political economy and society. The book draws on a range of disciplines to provide new insights into both the contemporary and historical place of Okinawa and the Okinawans. It combines a focus on structure and subjectivity as a way to analyze Okinawa, Okinawans and their relationship with global, regional and national structures. He is affiliated with the University of Tokyo as Foundation Visiting Professor of International Politics in the Graduate School of Law and Politics. It combines a focus on structure and subjectivity as a way to analyze Okinawa, Okinawans and their relationship with global, regional and national structures. He is affiliated with the University of Tokyo as Foundation Visiting Professor of International Politics in the Graduate School of Law and Politics.

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Japan And Okinawa

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

In 1996-7 he was a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postoctoral Fellow at the University of the Ryukyus. For many Okinawans, in the past as now, acceptance and rationalization of their dependency has made them collaborators in their own subordination. The book draws on a range of disciplines to provide new insights into both the contemporary and historical place of Okinawa and the Okinawans. Considering Okinawa as a frontier Furuki Toshiaki 3. Documents and Analysis, and Japan's International Relations: Politics, Economics, and Security. Leading specialists examine in detail topics such as Okinawa as a frontier region, Okinawa's Free Trade Zones and response to globalization, and Okinawa as part of the Japanese 'construction state', being particularly concerned with how Okinawa can chart its own course.

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Japan and Okinawa : structure and subjectivity / edited by Glenn D. Hook and Richard Siddle

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

The originality of this book can be found in its elucidation of how the structural constraints of Okinawa's precarious position in the world, the region and as part of Japan impact on subjectivity. Japan and Okinawa provides an up-to-date, coherent and theoretically informed examination of Okinawa from the perspective of political economy and society. Return to Uchinaa: the politics of identity in Okinawa Richard Siddle 9. It combines a focus on structure and subjectivity as a way to analyze Okinawa, Okinawans and their relationship with global, regional and national structures. The originality of this book can be found in its elucidation of how the structural constraints of Okinawa's precarious position in the world, the region and as part of Japan impact on subjectivity.

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Japan and Okinawa : structure and subjectivity in SearchWorks catalog

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

The first half of the book examines Okinawa as part of the global, regional and national structures which impose constraints as well as offer opportunities to Okinawa. Leading specialists examine in detail topics such as Okinawa as a frontier region, Okinawa's Free Trade Zones and response to globalization, and Okinawa as part of the Japanese 'construction state', being particularly concerned with how Okinawa can chart its own course. For many Okinawans, in the past as now, acceptance and rationalization of their dependency has made them collaborators in their own subordination. Richard Siddle is Lecturer in Japanese studies, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield. Structure and subjectivity in Okinawa Glenn D. List of figures Contributors Acknowledgements A note on the text 1.

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Japan and Okinawa by Glen D. Hook (ebook)

japan and okinawa hook glen d siddle richard

It is High Time to Wake up: Japanese Foreign Policy in the Twenty-first century Gabe Masaaki 5. It combines a focus on structure and subjectivity as a way to analyze Okinawa, Okinawans and their relationship with global, regional and national structures. Leading specialists examine in detail topics such as Okinawa as a frontier region, Okinawa's Free Trade Zones and response to globalization, and Okinawa as part of the Japanese 'construction state', being particularly concerned with how Okinawa can chart its own course. At the same time, however, they have demonstrated a capacity to give voice to a separate identity, inscribing cultural practices marking them as different from mainland Japanese. Leading specialists examine in detail topics such as Okinawa as a frontier region, Okinawa's Free Trade Zones and response to globalization, and Okinawa as part of the Japanese 'construction state', being particularly concerned with how Okinawa can chart its own course. The first half of the book examines Okinawa as part of the global, regional and national structures which impose constraints as well as offer opportunities to Okinawa.

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