The Japanese: A Cultural Portrait
In eleven informal essays, this book explores the character of modern Japan and her people. To illustrate these points, this book examines a variety of topics, among them Japan’s early encounters with the West; Japanese philosophies of government, law , and ethics; and the way that the bureaucracy and the corporation is reliant upon a strong sense of group and human relationships.
Publisher: CHARLES E. TUTTLE COMPANY
Date Published: 1983
Book Condition: Near fine soft cover with some minor corner and edge wear to covers