Japanese Social Organization

Soft Cover, Honolulu, HI, U.S.A. University of Hawaii Press, 1992. Good with no dust jacket.

Square, tight binding, minor handling wear to wraps and bit of fading at spine. Pages slightly off-white and clean. 236 pp. Essays by Theodore C. Bestor, "Conflict, Legitimacy, and Tradition in a Tokyo Neighborhood"; Takie Sugiyama Lebra, "The Spatial Layout of Hierarchy: Residential Style of the Modern Japanese Nobility"; Mary C. Brinton, "Christmas Cakes and Wedding Cakes: The Social Organization of Japanese Women's Life Course"; Diana Lynn Bethel, "Life on Obasuteyama, or, Inside a Japanese Institution for the Elderly"; Tomoko Hamada, "Under the Silk Banner: The Japanese Company and Its Overseas Managers"; Jennifer Robertson, "Doing and Undoing 'Female' and 'Male' in Japan: The Takarazuka Revue"; Patricia G. Steinhoff, "Death by Defeatism and Other Fables: The Social Dynamics of the Rengo Sekigun Purge." References, index. 8.5" (21.5 cm) tall.

ISBN: 0824814207           Item #4950042

Price: $16.00

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