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Global Perspectives on Japan (No.1)

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A yearly academic journal of Japanese Studies 

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INAUGURAL SPECIAL ISSUE
(26th Japanese Anthropology Workshop – Istanbul 2015)
Nature and Technology
CONTENTS

 

Front Matter  
Editor’s Note, Erdal K. Yalcin
Foreword by JAD, Selçuk Esenbel
Go-aisatsu by JAWS, Brigitte Steger
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Brief Remarks on Paradigm Shifts in Japanese Anthropology during the 20th Century
Josef Kreiner
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Multiple Discourse on Monozukuri as a Keyhole to View Modern Japan
Noriya Sumihara
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From “Japanese Studies” to “International Japanese Studies” from Japan
Masashi Oguchi 
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Employing the concept of techno-governance to analyse the field of biomedical engineering in Japan  
Susanne Brucksch
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Mnemonic Monsters Redux : Traumatic Signatures and the Afterlife of Image-Objects in Japanese Popular Culture
Fabio R. Gygi
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Sport and the artifice of nature and technology: Bio-technological entities at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games
William W. Kelly
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Mediating Modernity Through Popular Song: The geography of visual images illustrating enka in the context of karaoke and thematic parallels with Arabesk
William H. Kelly
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The Great Forest Wall: A plan to protect Japan from future mega-tsunami
Michael Shackleton

 

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