The Japanese Professor

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This monograph is a substantial contribution to our knowledge of the internal workings of a Japanese university, focussing on the world view of the professor. In this anthropological case study of a private university in urban Tokyo conducted through extended participant observation, Gregory Poole, at once both an insider and outsider, tells an ethnographic story that explicates a professoriate's working world. The author addresses one basic problem-how do Japanese professors configure their working world? In answering this ...

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