By Yoshio Sugimoto
This revised version has been up-to-date to hide advancements within the 5 years because the first version used to be released. Yoshio Sugimoto demanding situations the normal concept that Japan is an homogeneous society with few cultural and social disparities.
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See Ohmae 1990 and 1995. For example, Sugimoto and Mouer 1980; Befu 1990a; Mouer and Sugimoto 1986; and Dale 1986. See, for example, Yoshino 1992 and 1997; Oguma 1995 and 2002; Amino ¯ saka 1997 and 1999; and Befu 1990, 1992, 1994 and 2000; Takano and O 2001. Markus and Kitayama 1991; Kitayama 1998; Kitayama, Markus, Matsumoto and Norsakkunkit 1997. Arai 2000. Mahathir 1999. Mahathir and Ishihara 1996. The description below follows Tominaga 1988, pp. 2–50. Dore 1973. Johnson 1982 and 1990. Murakami 1984a.
145–7; Mouer and Sugimoto 1987, p. 12. Doi 1971 and 1973. Nakane 1967, 1970, and 1978. Ishida 1983, pp. 23–47. For example, Umesao 1986; Yamamoto 1989; Sakaiya 1991 and 1993; Umehara 1990. For example, Hamaguchi 1988; Watanabe 1989; Kusayanagi 1990. Maruyama, Kato¯ and Kinoshita 1991. For example, Takatori 1975. Hamaguchi 1985 and 1988. For a debate on this model, see Mouer and Sugimoto 1987, pp. 12–63. Amanuma 1987. Lee 1984. Befu 1980; Sugimoto and Mouer 1980; Dale 1986; McCormack and Sugimoto 1986; Sugimoto and Mouer 1989; Yoshino 1992.
For example, Ito¯ 1985. See Umesao 1967 and 2002. Murakami, Kumon, and Sato¯ 1979; Murakami 1984b. Huntington 1993. Eisenstadt 1996; Arnason 1997 and 2002. See Befu 1989 for a discussion of these two types of concepts in the context of Japanese studies. Clammer 2001 takes a comparative, non-Western perspective seriously and attempts to bring the study of Japanese society into dialogue with some recent developments in cultural studies. White 1987b. Kashima et al. 1996. The same study also demonstrates that the level of kanjin orientation is consistently higher among females than among males in all the societies under analysis.