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Steel, Gill

Power in Contemporary Japan

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Table of contents

1. Power and Change
Gill Steel, Marie Thorsten

Part I. Learning About Power

2. Contesting Children’s Citizenship Education: What Should Japanese Children Know?
Katherine Tegtmeyer Pak

3. Political Socialization
Gill Steel

Part II. Power in and Over the Family

4. Negotiating Technology Use in Families
Mito Akiyoshi

5. Who Does the Dishes? Fairness and Household Chores
Mayumi Nakamura, Mito Akiyoshi

6. Power over Family Policy: Governing of or Governing through Individuals
Hiroko Takeda

7. Creating Community at Daycare: Deflecting the Power of the State
Gregory S. Poole

Part III. Power in Society and in the Workplace

8. Workers and Unions
Jun Imai

9. Examining Power in Hierarchical Social Networks in East Asia
Ken’ichi Ikeda, Keisuke Takemoto

10. The Gender Triad: Men, Women, and Corporations
Yuko Ogasawara

Part IV. Political Power

11. Who—If Anyone—Is in Charge? Evolving Discourses of Political Power and Bureaucratic Delegation in Postwar Japanese Policymaking
Gregory W. Noble

12. Holding on to Power: Politicians and Reelection
Masahiko Asano, Dennis Patterson

13. Selling the Idea of Local Power: Decentralization Reforms Since the 1990s
Ken Victor Leonard Hijino

14. Soft–Hard Power Convergence and Democracy in Abe’s Japan
Marie Thorsten

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Asian Politics, Children, Youth and Family Policy, Gender Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137591937
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-60166-7

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