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self-made man in Meiji Japanese thought

Earl H. Kinmonth

self-made man in Meiji Japanese thought

by Earl H. Kinmonth

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Photocopy of thesis, (Ph.D.) - University of Wisconsin, 1974.

StatementEarl Henry Kinmonth.
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Open LibraryOL13962783M

  Psychopharmacology in a Globalizing World: The Use of Antidepressants in Japan Show all authors. The self-made man in Meiji Japanese thought: From samurai to salary man. Berkeley: University of California Press. How Japanese and Americans make sense of Cited by:  , The Self-Made Man in Meiji Japanese Thought: From Samurai to Salary Man, (University of California Press, Berkeley et al. ). Kinmonth Earl H. The Self-Made Man in Meiji Japanese Thought: From Samurai to Salary Man Author: Brigitte Steger, Raji C. Steineck.

But it is an interesting book about an outstanding young Japanese man, an autobiography written before the author was thirty years old. The book was first published in , so much of its value lies in getting a feel for life and thought of the previous twelve years/5. AFRICA, ASIA, AND THE PACIFIC: THE FORMATION OF THE EARLY MEIJI LEGAL ORDER: THE JAPANESE CODE OF and its Chinese foundation. By Paul Heng‐chao Ch'en. AFRICA, ASIA, AND THE PACIFIC: THE SELF‐MADE MAN IN MEIJI JAPANESE THOUGHT: FROM SAMURAI TO SALARY MAN. By Earl H. Kinmonth.

Kinmonth, Earl H. Self-Made Man in Meiji Japanese Thought: From Samurai to Salary Man () pp. Garry Wills (2, words) [view diff] case . Early Meiji raised expecta‐ tions, late Meiji and Taisho seemed to dash them. Sawada quotes from the magazines Seiko and Amerika but while she mentions journals such as Kokumin no Tomo in a footnote she does not quote from them. Sawada relies more on sec‐ ondary works such as Earl Kinmonth's study of the self made man to present the main ideas.


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