This book argues that Confucian Nationalism is a key concept in understanding the relationship between citizens and the state in Japan, and specifically women and the state. This new understanding of nationalism is defined and illustrated, focusing on the way in which the Japanese state has utilized Confucian philosophy in creating a Japanese national identity and on the impact of this on women. The key policy areas of education and social security are examined alongside the role that women have played in these initiatives.2004. aAlienated, Independentand Female:Lessons fromthe JapaneseElectorate. a Social Science Japan Journal 7: 1a19. Maruoka, Hideko ... Conceptual Origins, Current Problems, Future Directionsa inDougMcAdam, John D. McCarthy, and Mayer N.Zaldeds. Comparative ... SierraClubBooks: San Francisco. Meyer, David anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Social and Gender Politics of Confucian Nationalism|
|Author||:||Nicole L. Freiner|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-07-17|