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Decoding boundaries in contemporary Japan : the Koizumi administration and beyond

Author: Glenn D Hook
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2011.
Series: Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies/Routledge series (2005), 43.
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Named Person: Junʼichirō Koizumi; Junʼichirō Koizumi
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn D Hook
ISBN: 9780415600446 0415600448 9780203833117 0203833112
OCLC Number: 635487164
Notes: Series numbering from publisher's list in later volume.
Description: xvi, 270 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Why Boundaries?, Glenn D. Hook 1. Diplomacy on the Boundaries: The G8, International Society and Japan's Instrumentalization of Liminality, Hugo Dobson 2. The Strange Masochism of the Japanese Right: Redrawing Moral Boundaries in Sino-Japanese Relations, Shogo Suzuki 3. Japan's Responses to Actors outside the Boundaries of International Society: 'Rogue States' and North Korea's Nuclear Threats, Key-young Son 4. Navigating the Boundaries of the Interstate Society: Japan's Response to Piracy in Southeast Asia, Lindsay Black 5. Stronger Political Leadership and the Shift in Policy-making Boundaries in Japan, Shinoda Tomohito 6. Leadership Strategies: (Re)drawing Boundaries among and within Parties in Japan, Uchiyama Yu 7. The Problem of Boundaries for Japan's Local Authorities: Mergers, Public Services and the Growing Disparity in Japanese Society, Muto Hiromi 8. Adjusting the Boundaries between Keidanren and Labour Unions in Japan: A Critical Reappraisal of Globalization and Democracy, Hasegawa Harukiyo 9. Boundaries in Japan's Business and Government Relationship: Regression, Change and Facades, Peter von Staden 10. Shifting Boundaries in Japan's Criminal Justice System, Patricia G. Steinhoff 11. The Rapid Redrawing of Boundaries in Japanese Higher Education, Roger Goodman
Series Title: Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies/Routledge series (2005), 43.
Responsibility: edited by Glenn D. Hook.
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