Constructing Civil Society in Japan: Voices of Environmental Movements

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Japans post-World War II economic miracle is well-known and much discussed, as is the collapse of the bubble economy and the almost decade long economic stagnation of the 1990s. In this collection of essays and articles spanning two decades of intellectual work, Koichi Hasegawa one of Japans foremost environmental sociologists reveals another dimension to the Japanese experience of the late 20th century, a developing civil society. Hasegawas aim in this collection is manifold, beginning with an outline of the aims, ...

Constructing Civil Society in Japan: Voices of Environmental Movements 2004, Trans Pacific Press

ISBN-13: 9781876843731

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Constructing Civil Society in Japan: Voices of Environmental Movements 2004, Trans Pacific Press

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