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Kinship and economic organization in rural Japan.

Nakane, Chie

Kinship and economic organization in rural Japan.

by Nakane, Chie

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Published by Athlone P., Humanities P. in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan.
    • Subjects:
    • Villages -- Japan.,
    • Kinship -- Japan.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 183-197.

      SeriesMonographs on social anthropology,, no. 32
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ681 .N33 1967
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 203 p.
      Number of Pages203
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5981857M
      LC Control Number66010915

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      ban machine politics of prewar America into the rural machine politics that characterized postwar Japan. Of course, the sequel to this story is well known. Rural Japan would dis-appear almost completely over the half century after Fukutake’s book. By the early s, . Japan: an Anthropological Introduction. Harumi (Harumi discussed dozoku early economic emotional emperor especially example fact farm farmers force function given gods hamlet hand historical household human important increasing individual industrial institutions Japan Japanese Jomon kinship labor land less living major marriage means modern.

      He fathered 55 children by 40 consorts, and forged a nationwide network of kinship links through marriage, adoptions, gifts and favors. —First American Ship Reaches Japan. A key concept in anthropological studies of economic life is the mode of production, or the social relations through which human labor is used to transform energy from nature using tools, skills, organization, and knowledge. This concept originated with anthropologist Eric Wolf, who was strongly influenced by the social theorist Karl Marx.


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Download books for free. Find books. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Kinship and economic organization in rural Japan by Nakane, Chie; 1 edition; First published in The principles governing the formation and function of local corporate groups in rural Japan are examined.

The aim is to give a generalized analysis of Japanese social structure rather than a detailed study of a particular local micro-society. Data taken from historical records and the writings of Japanese social scientists covering various rural areas and a period of three centuries, are Author: C.

Nakane. BOOK REVIEWS Chie, Kinship and Economic Organization in Rural Japan, London School Nakane, on Social Anthropology No. 32, London, Athof Economics Monographs lone, plates, map, figures, tables, bibliography, index, pp. ix +, sh. 40 Miss Nakane sets forth the objective and plan of this ambitious book in her of kinship and analysis, by means of social anthropology, preface: "structural.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Japanese society, Kinship and economic organization in rural Japan, Human relations in Japan, Japanese society.

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Puedes acceder a nuestra gran biblioteca virtual de libros aquí. In this book, Nakane characterizes Japan as "a vertical society" where human relations are based on "place" (shared space) instead of "attribute" (qualification).

Publications Books. Nakane, C. Kinship and economic organization in rural Japan. London: Athlone Press. Nakane, C. Notable awards: Order of Culture,Medals of. Tokugawa Japan: the social and economic antecedents of modern Japan by Chie Nakane (Book) 22 editions published between and in English and held by.

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book, the first general survey of a subject which. especially in post-war years. has been a favourite playground of both Japanese and Western social scientists.

Her main purpose was "the establishment of structural generalizations in terms of the kinship and economic organization of rural Japan", i.e. Theoretically these corporate groups are not kin groups, and though they involve kinship elelnents, economic factors and local political power-relations are lnore important.

That is why the title of this book is 'Kinship and Economic Organization in Rural Japan', instead of simply kinship organization. East Asian Cultural Studies, Vol Issues Contributor: Yunesuko Higashi Ajia Bunka Kenkyū Sentā (Tokyo, Japan) Publisher: Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies, Original from: Indiana University: Digitized: Dec 3, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

RURAL LIFE Our image of Japan today is as a highly urban society, but we shouldn't forget that there are rural areas too. The family farm even is still a reality in many areas, and the political importance of rural areas is also very great.

Rural areas these days tend to suffer from some problems regardless of region. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

According to Burgess and Lock the family is a group of persons united by ties of marriage, blood or adoption constituting a single household interacting with each other in their respective social role of husband and wife, mother and father, brother and sister creating a common culture.G.P Murdock defines the family as a social group.

Kinship and Economic Organization in Rural Japan Longon: The Athlone Press; National Institute of Population and Social Security Research (NIPSSR) Population Statistics of Japan Apr Matrilineality is the tracing of kinship through the female line.

It may also correlate with a social system in which each person is identified with their matriline – their mother's lineage – and which can involve the inheritance of property and/or titles.

A matriline is a line of descent from a female ancestor to a descendant (of either sex) in which the individuals in all intervening. Kinship is one of the more important, pervasive and complex systems of culture.

All human groups have a kinship terminology, a set of terms used to refer to kin. The study of kinship is the greatest common denominator across the different fractions of social anthropology. The role of the “ie” in the economic modernization of Japan, The Kyoto University Economic Review, 36 () no.

1. pp. 1– Google Scholar Hsu, F.L.K. (/), The effect of dominant kinship relationsships on kin and non-kin behavior: A hypothesis, in: Rugged individualism reconsidered, by F.L.K. Hsu, University of Tennessee Press Cited by: 3.Soon after its publication inthis book earned recognition in anthropological and sociological circles as a pioneering and ethnographically rich account of the Hindu familyindeed it has since become a classic.

It has been widely cited and discussed, and used as a text worldwide in courses on kinship. In his foreword, Professor J.A. Barnes (then at the Australian National University.Usually, this refers to Neo-Confucianism.

Most recently and proposed as useful for modern times, Neo-Confucian virtues and values are summarized by Tu Wei-ming as: loyalty to state, filial piety, purity of mind, selflessness, dedication, sacrifice (p.

), brotherly affection, conjugal harmony, trust in friends, modesty, benevolence, learning (p. ), moral rectitude (p. ), political Cited by: 9.