Japan's Changing Generations: Are Young People Creating a New Society?
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Japan's Changing Generations: Are Young People Creating a New Society?

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Japan's Changing Generations argues that 'the generation gap' in Japan is something more than young people resisting the adult social order before entering and conforming to that order. Rather, it signifies something more fundamental: the emergence of a new Japan, which may be quite different from the Japan of postwar decades.

It argues that while young people in Japan in t...more
Paperback, 206 pages
Published April 6th 2006 by Routledge (first published November 20th 2003)
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