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From Situated Selves to the Self
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
A Note on Transliteration and Translation
Acknowledgments

Introduction

1. Setting the Stage

2. Propriety, Virtues, and Social Obligations

3. Breaking the Barrel and Becoming Catholic

4. Housewives, Nippon Danji, and the Church

5. Private Faith and the Legacy of Persecution

Conclusion and Implications

Notes
Works Cited
Index

About the Author

Hisako Omori is Assistant Professor of International Liberal Arts at the Akita International University.

Reviews

"This volume is a must-read for further studies on how religions can shape one's behavior and sense of self." — Religious Studies Review

"This book contributes to the scholarship on Japanese self and women, builds on works on Japanese religion, and offers a very nuanced and in-depth study of practitioners." — Nancy Rosenberger, Oregon State University

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