THE JOURNAL OF JAPANESESTUDIESIndex to Volume 1, Number 1 throughVolume 41, Number 2(Autumn 1974 through Summer 2015) 2000–2015 by the Society for Japanese StudiesThis index is divided into eight parts: Symposia, Articles, BookReviews, Opinion and Comment, Communications, Publicationsof Note, Miscellaneous, and a List of Contributors.Symposium on Japanese Society.Introduction by Susan B. Hanley.8,1Symposium on Ie Society.Introduction by Kozo Yamamura.11,1Symposium: Transition From Medieval to Early Modern Japan.Introduction by Michael P. Birt and Kozo Yamamura.12,2Special Issue: A Forum on the Trade Crisis.Introduction by Kenneth B. Pyle.13,2Symposium: Social Control and Early Socialization.Introduction by Thomas P. Rohlen.15,1Symposium on Gender and Women in Japan.Introduction by Susan B. Hanley.19,1Symposium on Contemporary Japanese Popular Culture.Introduction by John Whittier Treat.19,2Symposium on Teaching and Learning in Japan.Introduction by Thomas P. Rohlen.20,1Symposium on Continuity and Change in Heisei Japan.Introduction by Susan B. Hanley and John Whittier Treat23,2ARTICLESSYMPOSIAAkita, George. An Examination of E.H. Norman's Scholarship.Allen, Laura W. Images of the Poet Saigyo as Recluse.3,221,1Workshop on the Economic and Institutional History of Medieval Japan.Introduction by Kozo Yamamura.1,2Allinson, Gary Dean. The Moderation of Organized Labor in PostwarJapan.1,2Symposium: The Ashio Copper Mine Pollution Incident.Introduction by Kenneth B. PyleAllison, Anne. Memoirs of the Orient.1,2Essays in Japanese Literature.2,2Ambaras, David R. Social Knowledge, Cultural Capital, and the NewMiddle Class in Japan, 1895-1912.24,1Symposium: Japanese Origins.Introduction by Roy Andrew Miller.2,2Anchordoguy, Marie. Japan at a Technological Crossroads: DoesChange Support Convergence Theory?23,2Essays on "The Japanese Employment System."4,2Essays on Modern Japanese Thought.4,2Symposium: Japan in the 1970's.5,2Anderson, Stephen J. The Political Economy of Japanese Saving:How Postal Savings and Public Pensions Support High Ratesof Household Saving in Japan.16,16,1Arnesen, Peter J. The Struggle for Lordship in Late Heian Japan:The Case of Aki.10,1Symposium: Translation and Japanese Studies.Introduction by Roy Andrew Miller.Auestad, Reiko Abe. Nakano Shigeharu’s “Goshaku no sake.”27,228,1
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Avenell, Simon Andrew. Civil Society and the New Civic Movements inContemporary Japan: Convergence, Collaboration, andTransformation.35,2Barshay, Andrew E. Imagining Democracy in Postwar Japan:Reflections on Maruyama Masao and Modernism.18,2Barshay, Andrew E. Knowledge Painfully Acquired: The GulagMemoirs of a Japanese Humanist, 1945–49.36,2Bayliss, Jeffrey P. Minority Success, Assimilation, and Identity inPrewar Japan: Pak Chungŭm and the Korean Middle Class.34,1Ben-Ari, Eyal and Sabine Frühstück. “Now We Show It All!”Normalization and the Management of Violence in Japan’s ArmedForces.28,1Page 2Brownstein, Michael C. The “Devil” in the Heart: Enchi Fumiko’sOnnamen and the Uncanny.40,1Bryant, Taimie L. "Responsible" Husbands, "Recalcitrant" Wives,Retributive Judges: Judicial Management of Contested Divorcein Japan.18,2Burns, Susan L. Rethinking “Leprosy Prevention”: EntrepreneurialDoctors, Popular Journalism, and the Civic Origins of Biopolitics.38,2Calder, Kent E. Linking Welfare and the Developmental State: PostalSavings in Japan.16,1Campbell, John Creighton. The Old People Boom and Japanese PolicyMaking.5,2Berry, Mary Elizabeth. Public Peace and Private Attachment: TheGoals and Conduct of Power in Early Modern Japan.12,2Cave, Peter. Bukatsudō: The Educational Role of Japanese SchoolClubs.30,2Birt, Michael P. Samurai in Passage: Transformation of the SixteenthCentury Kanto.11,2Cole, Robert E. The Late-Developer Hypothesis: An Evaluation of ItsRelevance for Japanese Employment Patterns.4,2Bix, Herbert P. The Pitfalls of Scholastic Criticism: A Reply to Norman'sCritics.4,2Conlan, Thomas. The Nature of Warfare in Fourteenth-Century Japan:The Record of Nomoto Tomoyuki.25,2Bix, Herbert P. The Showa Emperor's "Monologue" and the Problemof War Responsibility.18,2Crawcour, Sydney. The Tokugawa Period and Japan's Preparation forModern Economic Growth.1,1Bix, Herbert P. Inventing the "Symbol Monarchy" in Japan, 1945-52.21,2Crawcour, Sydney. The Japanese Employment System.4,2- Crawcour, Sydney. Kogyo iken: Maeda Masana and His View of MeijiEconomic Development.23,1Bodiford, William M. Remembering Dōgen: Eiheiji and DōgenHagiography.32,1Boocock, Sarane Spence. Controlled Diversity: An Overview of theJapanese Preschool System.15,1Borovoy, Amy. Doi Takeo and the Rehabilitation of Particularism inPostwar Japan.38,2Brazell, Karen. "Blossoms": A Medieval Song.6,2Brecher, W. Puck. Down and Out in Negishi: Reclusion and Struggle inan Edo Suburb35,1Broadbent, Jeffrey and Kabashima Ikuo. Referent Pluralism: MassMedia and Politics in Japan.12,2Brown, Philip C. Practical Constraints on Early Tokugawa LandTaxation: Annual Versus Fixed Assessments in Kaga Domain.14,2Brown, Roger H. Shepherds of the People: Yasuoka Masahiro and theNew Bureaucrats in Early Showa Japan.35,2Cullen, Jennifer. A Comparative Study of Tenkō: Sata Ineko andMiyamoto Yuriko.36,1DeBever, Leo J. and Jeffrey G. Williamson. Saving, Accumulation andModern Economic Growth: The Contemporary Relevance ofJapanese History.4,1Denecke, Wiebke. Chinese Antiquity and Court Spectacle in EarlyKanshi.30,1Di Marco, Francesca. Act or Disease? The Making of Modern Suicidein Early Twentieth-century Japan.39,2DiNitto, Rachel. Translating Prewar Culture into Film: The DoubleVision of Suzuki Seijun’s Zigeunerweisen.30,1Dinmore, Eric. Concrete Results? The TVA and the Appeal of LargeDams in Occupation-Era Japan.39,1Doak, Kevin M. Ethnic Nationalism and Romanticism in EarlyTwentieth-Century Japan.22,1
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 3Doak, Kevin M. Building National Identity through Ethnicity: Ethnologyin Wartime Japan and After.27,1Fletcher, W. Miles, III. The Japan Spinners Association: CreatingIndustrial Policy in Meiji Japan.22,1Dodd, Stephen. Darkness Transformed: Illness in the Work of KajiiMotojirō.33,1Flowers, Petrice R. Failure to Protect Refugees? Domestic Institutions,International Organizations, and Civil Society in Japan.34,2Dore, Ronald P. More About Late Development.Fowler, Edward. Rendering Words, Traversing Cultures: On the Artand Politics of Translating Modern Japanese Fiction.18,15,1Dore, Ronald. Japan’s Reform Debate: Patriotic Concern or ClassInterest? Or Both?25,1Dorsey, James. Culture, Nationalism, and Sakaguchi Ango.27,2Dunscomb, Paul E. “A Great Disobedience Against the People”:Popular Press Criticsm of Japan’s Siberian Intervention, 1918-22.32,1Duus, Peter. Yoshino Sakuzo: The Christian as Political Critic.4,2Edelson, Loren. The Female Danjūrō: Revisiting the Acting Career ofIchikawa Kumehachi.34,1Edwards, Walter. Event and Process in the Founding of Japan: TheHorserider Theory in Archeological Perspective.9,2Edwards, Walter. The Commercialized Wedding as Ritual: A Windowon Social Values.13,1Edwards, Walter. Buried Discourse: The Toro Archaeological Siteand Japanese National Identity in the Early Postwar Period. 17,1Edwards, Walter. Contested Access: The Imperial Tombs in thePostwar Period.26,2Edwards, Walter. Forging Tradition for a Holy War: The Hakkō IchiuTower in Miyazaki and Japanese Wartime Ideology.29,2Efird, Robert. Japan’s “War Orphans”: Identification and StateResponsibility.34,2Ericson, Steven J. The “Matsukata Deflation” Reconsidered: FinancialStabilization and Japanese Exports in a Global Depression, 1881–85.40,1Ericson, Steven J. Japonica, Indica: Rice and Foreign Trade in MeijiJapan.41,2Feeney, Griffith and Hamano Kiyoshi. Rice Price Fluctuations andFertitility in Late Tokugawa Japan.16,1Fessler, Susanna. The Debate on the Uselessness of WesternStudies.37,1Flaherty, Darryl. Democratization, 1919, and Lawyer Advocacy for aJapanese Jury.37,2Fowler, Edward. The Buraku in Modern Japanese Literature: Texts andContexts.26,1Friday, Karl F. Pushing Beyond the Pale: The Yamato Conquest of theEmishi and Northern Japan.23,1Frühstück, Sabine and Eyal Ben-Ari. “Now We Show It All!”Normalization and the Management of Violence in Japan’s ArmedForces.28,1Fruin, W. Mark. The Japanese Company Controversy: Ideology andOrganization in a Historical Perspective.4,2Fujita Mariko. "It's All Mother's Fault": Childcare and the Socializationof Working Mothers in Japan.15,1Fukui Haruhiro. The Liberal Democratic Party Revisited: Continuityand Change in the Party's Structure and Performance.10,2Fukui Haruhiro. Too Many Captains in Japan's Industrialization:Travails at the Foreign Ministry.13,2Fukuzawa, Rebecca Erwin. The Path to Adulthood According toJapanese Middle Schools.20,1Gao Bai. Arisawa Hiromi and His Theory for a Managed Economy. 20,1Gardner, William O. Mongrel Modernism: Hayashi Fumiko’s Hōrōki andMass Culture.29,1Garon, Sheldon M. State and Religion in Imperial Japan, 1912-1945.12,2Garon, Sheldon. Women's Groups and the Japanese State:Contending Approaches to Political Integration, 1890-1945.19,1Garon, Sheldon. Luxury is the Enemy: Mobilizing Savings andPopularizing Thrift in Wartime Japan.26,1Garrett, Philip. Crime on the Estates: Justice and Politics in theKōyasan Domain.41,1Gates, Rustin B. Pan-Asianism in Prewar Japanese Foreign Affairs:The Curious Case of Uchida Yasuya.37,1George Mulgan, Aurelia. Where Tradition Meets Change: Japan’sAgricultural Politics in Transition.31,2
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 4Gerlach, Michael. Trust is Not Enough: Cooperation and Conflict inKikkoman's American Development.16,2Hayami Akira and Kurosu Satomi. Regional Diversity in Demographicand Family Patterns in Preindustrial Japan.27,2Gerlach, Michael L. Twilight of the Keiretsu? A Critical Assessment.18,1Golley, Gregory L. Tanizaki Junichiro: The Art of Subversion and theSubversion of Art.21,2Hazama Hiroshi and Jacqueline Kaminski. Japanese LaborManagement Relations and Uno Riemon.5,1Hedberg, William C. Separating the Word and the Way: SuyamaNantō’s Chūgi Suikodenkai and Edo-Period Vernacular Philology.41,2Goto Akira, Merton J. Peck, and Richard C. Levin. Picking Losers:Public Policy Toward Declining Industries in Japan.13,1Henderson, Dan Fenno. "Contracts" in Tokugawa Villages.1,1Green, Michael J. The Democratic Party of Japan and the Future of theU.S.-Japan Alliance.37,1Henderson, Dan Fenno. Japanese Law in English: Reflections onTranslation.6,1Groemer, Gerald. The Creation of the Edo Outcaste Order.Hill, Christopher. How to Write a Second Restoration: The PoliticalNovel and Meiji Historiography.33,2Haley, John O. The Myth of the Reluctant Litigant.27,24,2Haley, John O. Sheathing the Sword of Justice in Japan: An Essay onLaw Without Sanctions.8,2Haley, John O. Governance by Negotiation: A Reappraisal ofBureaucratic Power in Japan.13,2Haley, John O. Rivers and Rice: What Lawyers and Legal HistoriansShould Know about Medieval Japan.36,2Hall, John W. Rule by Status in Tokugawa Japan.1,1Hall, John W. E.H. Norman on Tokugawa Japan.3,2Hall, John W. Terms and Concepts in Japanese Medieval History: AnInquiry into the Problems of Translation.9,1Hall, John Whitney. Reflections on Murakami Yasusuke's "Ie Societyas a Pattern of Civilization."11,1Hamaguchi Esyun. A Contextual Model of the Japanese: Toward aMethodological Innovation in Japan Studies.11,2Hamano Kiyoshi and Griffith Feeney. Rice Price Fluctuations andFertility in Late Tokugawa Japan.16,1Han, Eric C. “Tragedy in China-Town”: Murder, Civilization, and theEnd of Extraterritoriality in Yokohama.39,2Han, Jung-Sun N. Envisioning Liberal Empire in East Asia: YoshinoSakuzō in Taisho Japan.33,2Hanley, Susan B. and Kozo Yamamura. Ichi hime, ni Taro: EducationalAspirations and the Decline of Fertility in Postwar Japan.2,1Hansen, Annette Skovsted. Practicing Kokugo: Teachers in Hokkaidoand Okinawa Classrooms, 1895–1904.40,2Hardacre, Helen. Creating State Shinto: The Great PromulgationCampaign and the New Religions.12,1Hillenbrand, Margaret. Doppelgängers, Misogyny, and the SanFrancisco System: The Occupation Narratives of Ōe Kenzaburō.33,2Hirai Atsuko. Self-Realization and Common Good: T.H. Green in MeijiEthical Thought.5,1Hirakawa Sukehiro. In Defense of the "Spirit" of the JapaneseLanguage.7,2Holvik, Leonard C. Echoes and Shadows: Integration and Purpose inthe Words of the Koto Composition "Fuki."18,2Hook, Glenn D. and Takeda Hiroko. “Self-responsibility” and the Natureof the Postwar Japanese State: Risk through the Looking Glass.33,1Hopson, Nathan. Takahashi Tomio’s Phoenix: Recuperating Hiraizumi,1950–71.40,2Hori, G. Victor Sogen. Teaching and Learning in the Rinzai ZenMonastery.20,1Hoston, Germaine A. Marxism and Japanese Expansionism:Takahashi Kamekichi and the Theory of "Petty Imperialism." 10,1Howell, David L. Foreign Encounters and Informal Diplomacy in EarlyModern Japan.40,2Hughes, Christopher W. The Democratic Party of Japan’s New (butFailing) Grand Security Strategy: From “Reluctant Realism” to“Resentful Realism”?38,1Hurley, Brian. Toward a New Modern Vernacular: Tanizaki Jun’ichirō,Yamada Yoshio, and Showa Restoration Thought.39,2
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 5Igarashi Takeshi. Peace-Making and Party Politics: The Formation ofthe Domestic Foreign-Policy System in Postwar Japan.11,2Kamens, Edward. Waking the Dead: Fujiwara no Teika’s Sotoba kuyōPoems.28,2Imatani Akira with Kozo Yamamura. Not for Lack of Will or Wile:Yoshimitsu's Failure to Supplant the Imperial Lineage.18,1Kaminski, Jacqueline and Hazama Hiroshi. Japanese LaborManagement Relations and Uno Riemon.Inoguchi Kuniko. Prosperity Without the Amenities.13,1Karlin, Jason G. The Gender of Nationalism: Competing Masculinitiesin Meiji Japan.28,17,2Inoguchi Takashi. Japan's Images and Options: Not a Challenger,but a Supporter.12,1Karlsson, Mats. United Front from Below: The Proletarian CulturalMovement’s Last Stand, 1931–34.37,1Kato Hidetoshi. The Significance of the Period of National SeclusionReconsidered.7,1Inoguchi Takashi. Japan's Response to the Gulf Crisis: An AnalyticOverview.17,2Kawana Sari. Mad Scientists and Their Prey: Bioethics, Murder, andFiction in Interwar Japan.31,1Ishi Hiromitsu. Rigidity and Inefficiency in Public Works Appropriations:Controversy in Reforming the Budgeting Process in 1994.21,2Keene, Donald. Japanese Literature and Politics in the 1930s.Inoguchi Takashi. Explaining and Predicting Japanese GeneralElections, 1960-1980.A Minor Revision.8,2Ishida Hideto. Anticompetitive Practices in the Distribution of Goodsand Services in Japan: The Problem of Distribution Keiretsu. 9,2Ito, Ken K. Class and Gender in a Meiji Family Romance: KikuchiYūhō’s Chikyōdai.28,2Ito Kenichi. The Japanese State of Mind: Deliberations on the GulfCrisis.17,2Iwai Tomoaki. "The Madonna Boom": Women in the Japanese Diet.19,1Jaffe, Richard M. Seeking Śākyamuni: Travel and the Reconstructionof Japanese Buddhism.30,1Johnson, Chalmers. Japan: Who Governs? An Essay on OfficialBureaucracy.2,15,12,2Keirstead, Thomas. The Theater of Protest: Petitions, Oaths, andRebellion in the Shoen.16,2Kim, Marie Seong-hak. Ume Kenjirō and the Making of Korean CivilLaw, 1906–1910.34,2Kingsberg, Miriam. Legitimating Empire, Legitimating Nation: TheScientific Study of Opium Addiction in Japanese Manchuria. 38,2Kinmonth, Earl H. The Mouse that Roared: Saito Takao, ConservativeCritic of Japan's "Holy War" in China.25,2Kinsella, Sharon. Japanese Subculture in the 1990s: Otaku and theAmateur Manga Movement.24,2Klein, Susan Blakeley. When the Moon Strikes the Bell: Desire and- Enlightenment in the Noh Play Dojoji.17,2Konishi Jin'ichi. The Art of Renga.2,1Johnson, Chalmers. Omote (Explicit) and Ura (Implicit): TranslatingJapanese Political Terms.6,1Kono, Kimberly. Writing Colonial Lineage in Sakaguchi Reiko’s“Tokeisō.”32,1Johnson, Chalmers. Tanaka Kakuei, Structural Corruption, and theAdvent of Machine Politics in Japan.12,1Kono Shion. The Rhetoric of Annotation in Mori Ōgai’s HistoricalFiction and Shiden Biographies.32,2Johnson, Chalmers. How to Think About Economic CompetitionFrom Japan.13,2Kornicki, P. F. Manuscript, not Print: Scribal Culture in the Edo Period.32,1Johnson, Jeffrey. Saikaku and the Narrative Turnabout.27,2Kabashima Ikuo and Jeffrey Broadbent. Referent Pluralism: MassMedia and Politics in Japan.12,2Kalland, Arne and Jon Pedersen. Famine and Population in FukuokaDomain During the Tokugawa Period.10,1Krauss, Ellis S. and Robert Pekkanen. Explaining Party Adaptation toElectoral Reform: The Discreet Charm of the LDP?30,1Kume Ikuo and Kathleen Thelen. The Rise of Nonmarket TrainingRegimes: Germany and Japan Compared.25,1Kumon Shumpei. Some Principles Governing the Thought andBehavior of Japanists (Contextualists).8,1
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 6Kumon Shumpei. Japan Faces Its Future: The Political-Economics ofAdministrative Reform.10,1Long, Susan Orpett. Becoming a Cucumber: Culture, Nature, and theGood Death in Japan and the United States.29,1Kuroda Toshio. Shinto in the History of Japanese Religion.Maclachlan, Patricia L. Post Office Politics in Modern Japan: ThePostmasters, Iron Triangles, and the Limits of Reform.30,27,1Kurosu Satomi and Hayami Akira. Regional Diversity in Demographicand Family Patterns in Preindustrial Japan.27,2Lambert, Priscilla A. The Political Economy of Postwar Family Policy inJapan: Economic Imperatives and Electoral Incentives.33,1Large, Stephen S. Buddhism and Political Renovation in PrewarJapan: The Case of Akamatsu Katsumaro.9,1Lebra, Takie Sugiyama. Is Japan an Ie Society, and Ie Society aCivilization?11,1Makoto Kurozumi. (Translated with an Introduction by Herman Ooms.)The Nature of Early Tokugawa Confucianism.20,2Manzenreiter, Wolfram. Monitoring Health and the Body:Anthropometry, Lifestyle Risks, and the Japanese Obesity Crisis.38,1Markus, Andrew L. Kimura Mokurō (1774-1856) and His Kokujishōsetsu tsū (1849).26,2Lebra, Takie Sugiyama. Resurrecting Ancestral Charisma: AristocraticDescendants in Contemporary Japan.17,1Marshall, Byron K. Professors and Politics: The Meiji Academic Elite.3,1Lebra, Takie Sugiyama. Self and Other in Esteemed Status: TheChanging Culture of the Japanese Royalty from Showa to Heisei.23,2Mass, Jeffrey P. The Origins of Kamakura Justice.3,2Mass, Jeffrey P. Translation and Pre-1600 History.6,1Mass, Jeffrey P. Patterns of Provincial Inheritance in Late HeianJapan.9,1Ledyard, Gari. Galloping Along with the Horseriders: Looking for theFounders of Japan.1,2LeTendre, Gerald. Guiding Them On: Teaching, Hierarchy, and SocialOrganization in Japanese Middle Schools.20,1Levin, Richard C., Merton J. Peck, and Akira Goto. Picking Losers:Public Policy Toward Declining Industries in Japan.13,1Levy, Indra. “Comedy” Can Be Deadly: Or, How Mark Twain KilledHara Hōitsuan.37,2Lewin, Bruno. Japanese and Korean: The Problems and History of aLinguistic Comparison.2,2Lewis, Catherine C. From Indulgence to Internalization: Social Controlin the Early School Years.15,1Lincoln, Edward J. The Heisei Economy: Puzzles, Problems,Prospects.37,2Linhart, Sepp. From Industrial to Postindustrial Society: Changes inJapanese Leisure-Related Values and Behavior.14,2Lippit, Seiji M. Spaces of Occupation in the Postwar Fiction of HottaYoshie.36,2Mass, Jeffrey P. The Missing Minamoto in the Twelfth-Century Kanto.19,1McClain, James L. Castle Towns and Daimyo Authority: Kanazawa inthe Years 1583-1630.6,2McClain, James. Failed Expectations: Kaga Domain on the Eve of theMeiji Restoration.14,2McClellan, Edwin. A Scene from Soseki’s Meian.25,1McElwain, Kenneth Mori and Christian G. Winkler. What’s Uniqueabout the Japanese Constitution? A Comparative and HistoricalAnalysis.41,2Metzler, Mark. American Pressure for Financial Internationalization inJapan on the Eve of the Great Depression.28,2Metzler, Mark. Woman’s Place in Japan’s Great Depression:Reflections on the Moral Economy of Deflation.Miller, Roy Andrew. The Relevance of Historical Linguistics forJapanese Studies.30,22,2Lock, Margaret. Ideology, Female Midlife, and the Greying of Japan.19,1Miller, Roy Andrew. The "Spirit" of the Japanese Language.3,2Miller, Roy Andrew and Murayama Shichiro. The Inariyama TumulusSword Inscription.5,2Long, Hoyt. Fog and Steel: Mapping Communities of LiteraryTranslation in an Information AgeMoeran, Brian. The Art World of Contemporary Japanese Ceramics.13,141,2
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 7Moriyama Takeshi. The Fracas Over the Rising Yen: Have BusinessLeaders Been "Crying Wolf"?5,2Napier, Susan J. Matter Out of Place: Carnival, Containment, andCultural Recovery in Miyazaki’s Spirited Away.32,2Morris-Suzuki, Tessa. Invisible Immigrants: Undocumented Migrationand Border Controls in Early Postwar Japan.32,1Nelson, Thomas. Japan in the Life of Early Ryukyu.Müller, Simone. The “Debate on the Literature of Action” and ItsLegacy: Ideological Struggles in 1930s Japan and the “Rebirth” ofthe Intellectual.41,1Murakami Yasusuke. The Age of New Middle Mass Politics: The Caseof Japan.8,1Murakami Yasusuke. Ie Society as a Pattern of Civilization.10,2Muramatsu Michio. Center-Local Political Relations in Japan:A Lateral Competition Model.12,2Nagahara Keiji. The Medieval Origins of the Eta-Hinin.Nagahara Keiji. Reflections on Recent Trends in JapaneseHistoriography.Nagahara Keiji and Kozo Yamamura. Shaping the Process ofUnification: Technological Progress in Sixteenth- andSeventeenth-Century Japan.Nakagawa Yatsuhiro. Japan, the Welfare Super-Power.Nenzi, Laura. Portents and Politics: Two Women Activists on the Vergeof the Meiji Restoration.38,1Nishibe Susumu. Japan as a Highly Developed Mass Society: AnAppraisal.5,210,18,1Noble, Gregory W. Let a Hundred Channels Contend: TechnologicalChange, Political Opening, and Bureaucratic Priorities inJapanese Television Broadcasting.26,1Noguchi Takehiko. Time in the World of Sasameyuki.Muramatsu Michio. In Search of National Identity: The Politics andPolicies of the Nakasone Administration.13,2Murayama Shichiro. The Malayo-Polynesian Component in theJapanese Language.2,2Murayama Shichiro and Roy Andrew Miller. The Inariyama TumulusSword Inscription.5,2Nagahara Keiji. Landownership Under the Shoen-Kokugaryo System.1,232,23,1Noguchi Takehiko. Mishima Yukio and Kita Ikki: The Aesthetics andPolitics of Ultranationalism in Japan.10,2Noguchi Yukio. The "Bubble" and Economic Policies in the 1980s. 20,2Norgren, Tiana. Abortion Before Birth Control: The Interest GroupPolitics Behind Postwar Japanese Reproduction Policy.24,1Notehelfer, F. G. Japan's First Pollution Incident.1,2Notehelfer, F. G. On Idealism and Realism in the Thought of OkakuraTenshin.16,2Obayashi Taryo. Uji Society and Ie Society from Prehistory to MedievalTimes.11,1- Oguchi Yujiro (Gaynor Sekimori, trans.). The Reality Behind MusuiDokugen: The World of the Hatamoto and Gokenin.16,2Okimoto, Daniel I. Outsider Trading: Coping with Japanese IndustrialOrganization.13,214,15,1Nakamura Miri. The Cult of Happiness: Maid, Housewife, and AffectiveLabor in Higuchi Ichiyō’s “Warekara’”41,1Nakamura Takafusa. An Economy in Search of Stable Growth: JapanSince the Oil Crisis.6,1Nakano Koichi. Becoming a “Policy Ministry”: The Organization andAmakudari of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. 24,1Nakatani Iwao. A Design for Transforming the Japanese Economy.23,2Napier, Susan J. Panic Sites: The Japanese Imagination of Disasterfrom Godzilla to Akira.19,2Olson, Lawrence. Intellectuals and "The People": On YoshimotoTakaaki.4,2Olson, Lawrence. Takeuchi Yoshimi and the Vision of a Protest Societyin Japan.7,2Omori Maki. Gender and the Labor Market.19,1Otake Hideo. Forces for Political Reform: The Liberal DemocraticParty's Young Reformers and Ozawa Ichiro.22,2Painter, Andrew A. Japanese Daytime Television, Popular Culture,and Ideology.19,2Palmer, Edwina and Geoffrey W. Rice. Pandemic Influenza in Japan,1918-19: Mortality Patterns and Official Responses.19,2
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 8Paramore, Kiri. The Nationalization of Confucianism: Academism,Examinations, and Bureaucratic Governance in the LateTokugawa State.38,1Ragsdale, Kathryn. Marriage, the Newspaper Business, and theNation-State: Ideology in the Late Meiji Serialized Katei Shosetsu.24,2Parker, Joseph D. The Hermit at Court: Reclusion in Early FifteenthCentury Japanese Zen Buddhism.21,1Ramsey, S. Robert. Language Change in Japan and the Odyssey of aTeisetsu.8,1Pascale, Richard and Thomas P. Rohlen. The Mazda Turnaround. 9,2Ramseyer, J. Mark and Eric B. Rasmusen. Lowering the Bar to Raisethe Bar: Licensing Difficulty and Attorney Quality in Japan.41,1Patrick, Hugh. The Future of the Japanese Economy: Output andLabor Productivity.3,2Patrick, Hugh. Personal Recollections by Hugh Patrick: An Interview byEdward J. Lincoln.31,1Peak, Lois. Learning to Become Part of the Group: The JapaneseChild's Transition to Preschool Life.15,1Pearson, Richard. The Contribution of Archaeology to JapaneseStudies.2,2Rasmusen, Eric B. and J. Mark Ramseyer. Lowering the Bar to Raisethe Bar: Licensing Difficulty and Attorney Quality in Japan.41,1Rath, Eric C. Reevaluating Rikyū: Kaiseki and the Origins of JapaneseCuisine.39,1- Reed, Barbara Mito. Chikamatsu Shuko: An Inquiry into NarrativeModes in Modern Japanese Fiction.14,1Reed, Steven R. Is Japanese Government Really Centralized?8,1Peck, Merton J., Richard C. Levin, and Akira Goto. Picking Losers:Public Policy Toward Declining Industries in Japan.13,1Reed, Steven R. The People Spoke: The Influence of Elections onJapanese Politics, 1949-1955.14,2Pedersen, Jon and Arne Kalland. Famine and Population in FukuokaDomain During the Tokugawa Period.10,1Reed, Steven R., Ethan Scheiner, and Michael F. Thies. The End ofLDP Dominance and the Rise of Party-Oriented Politics in Japan.38,2Pekkanen, Robert. Japan’s New Politics: The Case of the NPO Law.26,1Pekkanen, Robert and Ellis S. Krauss. Explaining Party Adaptation toElectoral Reform: The Discreet Charm of the LDP?30,1Pekkanen, Saadia M. International Law, the WTO, and the JapaneseState: Assessment and Implications of the New Legalized TradePolitics.27,1Pempel, T. J. The Unbundling of "Japan, Inc.": The ChangingDynamics of Japanese Policy Formation.13,2Pempel, T. J. Regime Shift: Japanese Politics in a Changing WorldEconomy.23,2Pempel, T. J. Between Pork and Productivity: The Collapse of theLiberal Democratic Party.36,2Pyle, Kenneth B. Advantages of Followership: German Economics andJapanese Bureaucrats, 1890-1925.1,1Pyle, Kenneth B. The Future of Japanese Nationality: An Essay inContemporary History.8,2Pyle, Kenneth B. In Pursuit of a Grand Design: Nakasone Betwixt thePast and the Future.13,2Pyle, Kenneth B. Profound Forces in the Making of Modern Japan. 32,2Reichert, Jim. Deviance and Social Darwinism in Edogawa Ranpo’sErotic-Grotesque Thriller Kotō no oni.27,1Rice, Geoffrey W. and Edwina Palmer. Pandemic Influenza in Japan,1918-19: Mortality Patterns and Official Responses.19,2Roberts, Luke S. The Petition Box in Eighteenth-Century Tosa.20,2Rohlen, Thomas P. Is Japanese Education Becoming LessEgalitarian? Notes on High School Stratification and Reform.3,1Rohlen, Thomas P. "Permanent Employment" Faces Recession,Slow Growth, and an Aging Work Force.5,2Rohlen, Thomas P. The Juku Phenomenon: An Exploratory Essay. 6,2Rohlen, Thomas P. When Evolution Isn't Progressive.11,1Rohlen, Thomas P. Order in Japanese Society: Attachment, Authority,and Routine.15,1Rohlen, Thomas P. and Richard Pascale. The Mazda Turnaround. 9,2Roquet, Paul. Ambient Literature and the Aesthetics of Calm: MoodRegulation in Contemporary Japanese Fiction.35,1Rozman, Gilbert. Edo's Importance in the Changing Tokugawa Society.1,1
Index to The Journal of Japanese Studies, Volumes 1:1 – 41:2 (1974 – 2015)Page 9Rozman, Gilbert. Backdoor Japan: The Search for a Way Out viaRegionalism and Decentralization.25,1Shipper, Apichai W. Criminals or Victims? The Politics of IllegalForeigners in Japan.Rubin, Jay. From Wholesomeness to Decadence: The Censorship ofLiterature Under the Allied Occupation.11,1Shogimen Takashi. Censorship, Academic Factionalism, andUniversity Autonomy in Wartime Japan: The Yanaihara IncidentReconsidered.40,1Ryan, Marleigh. Modern Japanese Fiction: Accommodated Truth.2,2Ryan, Marleigh Grayer. Translating Modern Japanese Literature.Saeki Shoichi. The Autobiography in Japan.6,111,2Saito Satoru. The Novel’s Other: Detective Fiction and the LiteraryProject of Tsubouchi Shōyō.36,1Samuels, Richard J. Leadership and Political Change in Japan: TheCase of the Second Rinchō.29,1Samuels, Richard J. Securing Japan: The Current Discourse.33,1Samuels, Richard J. Japan’s Rhetoric of Crisis: Prospects for Changeafter 3.11.39,131,2Skinner, Kenneth A. Conflict and Command in a Public Corporationin Japan.6,2Smith, Henry D., II. Tokyo as an Idea: An Exploration of JapaneseUrban Thought Until 1945.4,1Smith, Robert J. A Japanese Community and Its Anthropologist:1951-1975.2,2Smith, Robert J. The Ethnic Japanese in Brazil.5,1Smith, Robert J. Japanese Village Women: Suye-mura 1934-1936. 7,2Smith, Robert J. A Pattern of Japanese Society: Ie Society orAcknowledgment of Interdependence?11,113,1Sano Toshiyuki. Methods of Social Control and Socialization inJapanese Day-Care Centers.15,1Smith, Robert J. Gender Inequality in Contemporary Japan.Sas, Miryam. Chambered Nautilus: The Fiction of Ishikawa Jun.24,1Sorensen, Joseph T. The Politics of Screen Poetry: Michinaga,Sanesuke, and the Court Entrance of Shōshi.38,1Spafford, David. An Apology of Betrayal: Political and NarrativeStrategies in a Late Medieval Memoir.35,2Sato Kazuo. Supply-Side Economics: A Comparison of the U.S. an
Essays on Modern Japanese Thought. 4,2 Symposium: Japan in the 1970's. 5,2 Symposium: Translation and Japanese Studies. Introduction by Roy Andrew Miller. 6,1 Symposium on Japanese Society. Introduction by Susan B. Hanley. 8,1 Symposium on Ie Society. Introduction by Kozo Yamamura. 11,1 Symposium: Transition From Medieval to Early Modern Japan.
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