Living in the Shadow of Defeat: The Construction of Japanese National Identity in the 1990s

Living in the Shadow of Defeat: The Construction of Japanese National Identity in the 1990s

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Hence, with an understanding of history as a reality-making, rhetorical, political process, the study demonstrates not only what and how history is constructed but also how it is articulated to the present in order to establish a national identity by scrutinizing the 1990s' representations of World War II and immediate postwar histories in Japan.A scene of a local court to try criminals for Class B and Class C war crimes 65 4. ... A representation of wired Japanese individuals 141 11. A representation of wired Japanese individuals 1 42 12. A diagram that illustrates the relationship among remnant leftists, pampered leftist civil groups, and the Japanese 146 13.


Title:Living in the Shadow of Defeat: The Construction of Japanese National Identity in the 1990s
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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