Horton, Peter

Japanese Imperialism: Politics and Sport in East Asia

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Table of contents

Part I. Prelude

1. Empires: Dead, Dying and Dormant
J.A. Mangan

Part II. Prologue

2. Empires: West and East—Curious Conjunction and Contemporary Consequences, Complexity and Circumstances
J.A. Mangan

Part III. Regional Reactions and Responses: Korea

3. Japanese Imperial Sport as Failed Cultural Conditioning: Korean ‘Recalcitrance’
J.A. Mangan, Kyongho Park, Gwang Ok

4. The Unclosed Door: South Korea’s Postcolonial Sport as a Revanchist Reaction to Japanese Imperial Legacies
Sun-Yong Kwon, J.A. Mangan

Part IV. Regional Reactions and Responses: China

5. A Living Legacy (Part One): Japanese Imperialism and Chinese Revanchism—Modern Sport as a Modern Medium
Jinxia Dong, Tianwei Ren, J.A. Mangan

6. A Living Legacy (Part Two): Japanese Imperialism—Residual Resentment and an Unforgiving China: The Sports Cartoon as Political Aide-Memoire
Tianwei Ren, J. A. Mangan

Part V. Regional Reactions and Responses: Taiwan

7. Japanese Cultural Imperialism in Taiwan: Judo as an Instrument of Colonial Conditioning
Dong-Jhy Hwang, J.A. Mangan

8. Taiwan under Japanese Colonial Control: Sport as a Component of Cultural Conditioning, Political Domination, and Militaristic Imperialism
Chien-Shing Lee, J.A. Mangan, Gwang Ok

Part VI. Regional Reactions and Responses: Hong Kong and Singapore

9. A Clash of Colonialisms: Sports Culture in Hong Kong Under the Japanese Occupation
Brian Bridges, David R. Phillips

10. The Ambivalence of the Reaction, Response, Legacy and War Memory: The Japanese Occupation of the Malayan Peninsula: The Consequences for Sport of the Imperial Past and the Democratic Present
Peter Horton

Part VII. Revanchism or Reconciliation?

11. Towards the Construction of a New Regionalism? The End of East Asian Colonialism: Japanese Responses and Reactions to the Games of Asia
Keiko Ikeda, J. A. Mangan

12. Tokyo 2020: Opportunity for Regional Reconciliation or Protracted Antagonism?
Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu

Part VIII. Epilogue

13. Retained Memories, Political Pressures, Catalytic Moments Tokyo 2020: Reconciliation?
J.A. Mangan

Part IX. Coda

14. ‘The Past is a Present Country’
J.A. Mangan

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology of Sport and Leisure, History of Japan, Regional and Cultural Studies, Political Science and International Relations, general

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