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Papers On Japan & Japanese Issues
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Moving To The City / Japan's Graying Farms
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A 6 page essay examining Japan's current trend away from the farms and into the cities. Family farms are being worked by owners well past working age while the families' children are opting for the life of the city, which seems to be freer and easier to live. The paper includes an analogy between the current Japanese migration from their ancient agricultural heritage to the American shift from farms to cities, comparing the similarities and differences in the cultural views of agriculture and those who make it their living. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Japanfar.wps

Musui's Story
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5 pages in length. Musui's Story tells of the life of a samurai in the lower class of his society who gave up the aspirations expected of him in order to learn from those who were beneath him according to societal rules of the time. It is a fact that religion in society played a role in Musui's story, and that is the focus of this excellent paper.
Filename: JGAmusui.wps

Myth, Symbol & Ritual/Shintoism
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An 8 page research paper that discusses the nature of myth and symbol in Shinto ritual. Japanese mythology, which plays a major role in Shinto beliefs, encompasses an intricate and complex system of beliefs. The Shinto pantheon consists of 8000 kami (Japanese for "gods" or "spirits") (Japanese mythology). The Kojiki ("Record of Ancient Things") is the oldest recognized book of Japanese myths, legends and history (Japanese mythology). One notable feature of Japanese mythology is that it explains the origin of the Imperial family, while also assigning them godhood (Japanese mythology). Unlike other national mythologies, in which there is a clear line that divides myth from everyday life, Shinto beliefs and ways of thinking are deeply intertwined with the subconscious social fabric of modern Japanese society (Shinto). Examination of Japanese myths, symbols and rituals illustrates this fact and how Shintoism continues to influence modern Japanese life. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khshinmy.rtf

Occupied Japan
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The rapid economic growth of Japan after the end of World War II can be attributed, to a large degree, to the influence of American business ideals and the financial backing to allow Japanese industry to enter into the technological age. This 2 page paper briefly examines the effect of the American occupation of Japan on their postwar economy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KTocupid.wps

Office Architecture: Similarities Between Japan and the United States
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A 10 page observation of the many similarities shared by Japan and the United States in regard to office design and architecture. Accounts for these similarities with the theory of dominant ideologies, noting the Western influence on Japan which has been particularly obvious in the last one hundred or so years. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPjapOff.wps

Okinawa, Japan
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15 pages in length. Much of the world's association with Okinawa, Japan is the ill-fated role it played in World War II. Beyond that historical component, many would be hard-pressed to bring forth any other pertinent information about the largest of all the Ryukyu Islands, a city "vivid reminders of a proud, thousand-year-old history tightly woven in the modern-day existence it displays today" (United States Marine Corps., 2005). Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: TLCOkinawa.rtf

Ono's "Shinto: The Kami Way"
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4 pages in length. Defined as "the indigenous faith of the Japanese people" (Ono, 2004, p. 1), Shinto is both obscure and recognized at the same time, representing a duality unique to but a handful of global spirituality. This uncommon reality is duly noted in Ono's Shinto: The Kami Way, a primarily basic overview of the Japanese faith that, while wholly attributed to Japan, also reflects "a universality which can enrich the lives of all people everywhere" (Ono, 2004, p. 122). No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCShintoKami.rtf

Orientalism in “Lost in Translation”
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A 12 page paper which examines the orientalism found in Sofia Coppola’s film “Lost in Translation.” Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAlosttr.rtf

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