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The Difference that Security Makes: The Politics of Citizenship in Postwar Japan in a Comparative Perspective 8 Jul 2013 | 07:03 pm

Upon dissolution of modern empires, post-imperial states came to different decisions about the legal status to be assigned to residents from their former colonies. Some states preserved their de facto...

Remembering the Oriental Witches: Sports, Gender and Showa Nostalgia in the NHK Narratives of the Tokyo Olympics 8 Jul 2013 | 07:03 pm

The phrase Oriental Witches (Toyo no Majo) was used in the mass media to describe the Japanese women’s volleyball team that won 22 games in a row during their tour of Europe in 1961; they became even ...

Interdisciplinary Engagement as an Acculturation Process: The Case of Japanese Studies 8 Jul 2013 | 07:03 pm

Linking regional expertise with disciplinary theory-motivated rigour is one of the key challenges for Japanese Studies. With Acculturation Theory as the theoretical basis, this paper develops and exam...

Technology and Tolerance in Japan: Internet Use and Positive Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Foreigners 8 Jul 2013 | 07:03 pm

To explore the relationship between Internet use and social tolerance in Japan, I draw on the contact hypothesis, which argues of the positive effects of exposure to diverse others on intergroup toler...

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