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Further Reflections on Sociology in Japan



The aim of this short essay is to further reflect on sociology in Japan by supplementing discussions on the three sociological papers compiled in this volume and adding critical perspectives. Discussions, and arguments, will be provided on the three thematic categories, namely, ‘international sociology’, sociology of culture as well as language use, and the global academic market, the latter addressing not merely sociology but also other social sciences.



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Bamba, Nobuya (1972), Japanese Diplomacy in a Dilemma: New Light on Japan's China Policy, 1924–1929, Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Bamba, Nobuya (1980), Aidentiti no kokusai seijigaku (International Political Science of Identity), Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
Bamba, Nobuya (1983), Chikyu-bunka no yukue (Futures of Global Culture), Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
Kajita, Takamichi (ed.) (1992), Kokusai shakaigaku: kokka wo koeru gensho wo do toraeruka? (International Sociology: How Do We Understand Transnational Phenomena?), 2nd edn., Nagoya: Nagoya University Press.


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