Japanese Society

Some articles on japanese, japanese society, society:

Law Of Japan - Historical Developments
... Little is known about Japanese law prior to the seventh century, when the Ritsuryō was developed and codified ... Before Chinese characters were adopted and adapted by the Japanese, the Japanese had no known writing system with which to record their history ... Chinese characters were known to the Japanese in earlier centuries, but the process of assimilation of these characters into their indigenous language system took place in the third century ...
Japanese Society (1970 Book)
... Japanese Society (1970) is an analysis of the structure of Japanese society, written by Nakane Chie ... is the working of what Nakane calls "the vertical principle" in Japanese society, which is a series of social relations between two individuals, one of whom is ... Structure of the Group The Overall Structure of the Society Characteristics and Value Orientation of Japanese Man ...
Sexual Minorities In Japan - Modern Japanese Reaction To Queer Life
... There are various opinions on how far the society has come in dealing with Queer people in Japan ... ‘The Social Situation Facing Gays in Japan’ presents a well rounded discussion on how the society reacts to Queer people ... It discusses the social structure of Japanese society and how well it accommodates the sexual minority ...
Uchi-soto - Foreigners in Relation To The Uchi-Soto System
... As a "soto" group, they are treated with respect by the Japanese community ... Japanese citizens) face many obstacles ... for a foreigner to become a part of Japanese society ...

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