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Japanese Sense of Self
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List figures; List of contributors; Preface; 1. Introduction Nancy Rosenberger; 2. Japanese preschools and the pedagogy of selfhood Joseph Tobin; 3. Multiple selves: the aesthetics and politics of artisanal identities Dorinne Kondo; 4. The tree in summer, the tree in winter: movement of self in Japan Nancy Rosenberger; 5. Identification of the self in relation to the environment Augustin Berque; 6. Self in Japanese culture Takie Lebra; 7. The reference of other orientation Tamkami Kuwayama; 8. Kehjime: how indexing self and social life defines its organisation Jane Bachnik; Index.

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This book looks at how the Japanese see themselves and others and challenges many Western assumptions about Japanese society.

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'An ambitious formulation, with all the attendant excitement of originality ... This book ... takes its place as a contribution to ongoing anthropological debate and to a greater understanding of Japanese thought processes.' Joy Hendry, Man 'The authors urge a 'reconsideration' by Western-trained scholars of concepts of self in both Western and non-Western culutures ... [and] emphasizes the common humanity, the seeking, the vulnerability of all people, individually and collectively.' Paul Spackman, International Mind

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