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Japanese History & Senso
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In 4 pages, the writer discusses whether 1945 should be seen as a break in historical continuity or whether pre and post 1945 history should be analyzed in terms of historic continuity [Japan]. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Senso.wps

Japanese History / Fall Of The Tokugawa
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A 5 page researching the reasons for the fall of the Tokugawa Bakufu. The Tokugawa brought two centuries of peace to Japan and then became obsolete. The demands of other nations and the demands within the country led to the 15th Tokugawa Shogun turning the power back to the Emperor. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Tokugawa.doc

Japanese History from ‘Bright’ Enlightenment into the ‘Dark Valley’ of War
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A 6 page paper which examines what may have happened from the Meiji to the early Showa periods (until 1930) that transformed Japan from liberal to conservative, considering such factors as group positions within society and government, continuity or discontinuity, that may have caused such a dramatic shift in ideology. Did these factors suddenly arise or did they predate this historical period? Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TGmeisho.rtf

Japanese History: The Tokugawa Period
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An 11 page paper which examines to what extent the Tokugawa Period in Japanese history was a history of rapid and extensive urbanization. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAtokugw.rtf

Japanese Identity: The Kimono Designs of Miyake, Youth Clothing, and Architecture
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This is a 9 page paper discussing the modern Japanese identity in relation to fashion and architecture. The modern Japanese identity is highly unique in its combination of the traditional and the “unfettered” modern and often mismatched. Examples of this can be found in the fashions of Issey Miyake and his contemporaries, the fashion selections and manipulations of the Japanese youth and modern Japanese architecture. Regardless of the industry however, a high level of craftsmanship, consistent with Japanese tradition, can be found. Miyake took the traditional and customized kimono and fashioned it for the flexible, international and mass produced market while at the same time defying modern day techniques of conforming the clothing to the contour of the body thus allowing the kimono to still be worn by all women of all body shapes; not usually considered in today’s fashion market. The Japanese youths of today also make their clothing distinct from that of Western countries by taking Western fashions and clothing and combining or manipulating the clothing to develop a modern and mismatched style. The clothing although often appearing vintage or aged is actually extremely high priced and carefully planned. Similarly in modern Japanese architecture, elements of the traditional can still be seen in religious areas such as Kyoto whereas modern urban areas such as Toyko have modern buildings which often combine traditional elements with modern elements which appear to be mismatched but are actually well planned and reflect the freedom of craftsmanship of the architect. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TJkimon1.rtf

Japanese Immigration to the United States in the Early Twentieth Century
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A 4 page discussion of the emotionally charged issue of Japanese Immigration. The author analyzes two sources on the issues, one written in 1905 and the other in 2002. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPimmJap.rtf

Japanese Immigration/Exclusion Laws
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A 5 page research paper examines the history of Japanese immigration from the 1880s to 1924. Japanese immigrants to the US endured racial hostility and legal persecution at the federal, state and local level, as legislation was passed that sanctions the fears and biases of white populations (Mitchell 666). Examination of this period shows that the Japanese immigrants of that time were some of the most successful, most resilient people to come to American shores. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: khjapani.rtf

Japanese Imperialism and Singapore
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This 11 page report discusses the similarities and differences between the Japanese “imperialism” or occupation of Singapore and British imperialism on the island. In Southeast Asia Japanese rule in Singapore was not so very different than what occurred when French imperialism governed “Indochina,” the Dutch in Indonesia, or the British rule in India, Singapore, Hong Kong, or any of its other “protectorates.” In many ways, the nearly four year occupation of Singapore by Japan shattered the many assumptions that had been made over the past century (and more) regarding British authority and its ability appropriately govern its colonies. Annotated bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWcolony.wps


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