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Prospects of Japanese democracy

Martin Bronfenbrenner

Prospects of Japanese democracy

by Martin Bronfenbrenner

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Published by Canadian Institute of International Affairs in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japan -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [17]

    Statementby M. Bronfenbrenner.
    SeriesBehind the headlines -- v. 15, no. 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14790609M

      Hopes and Prospects is the latest barrage in a lifetime's assault on US political vanity by the year-old linguistics professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Chomsky took up a. This book also explicitly compares Japan to other, similarly situated democracies. Japan is therefore not treated as a standalone case but, rather, the lessons from Japan are contextualized for greater understanding and can be used to inform discussions about comparative elections and democracy.

    Japanese democracy is not as strong as is suggested by the optimists, nor as fragile as is contended by the pessimists. But whatever its prospects Americans have good reason to be interested, for it is at once a product of American policy and a major element determining the future effectiveness of .   The subject assigned to me is, “What are the prospects of democracy in India?” Most Indians speak with great pride as though their country was already a democracy. The foreigners also, when they sit at a dinner table to do diplomatic honor to India, speak of the Great Indian Prime Minister and the Great Indian Democracy.

    In their introduction to the edition of Democracy in East Asia, Larry Diamond and Marc F. Plattner predicted that East Asia, with its remarkable diversity of political regimes, economies, and religions, would likely be the most critical arena in the global struggle for democracy, a prediction that has proven gh the recent political upheavals in the Middle East have. Internet Archive BookReader Essays in sociological theory.


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(Thomas Arthur), Prospects for democracy in Japan. New York, Macmillan, (OCoLC)   As well as presenting empirical analyses of democratization on the basis of Vanhanens's resource distribution theory of democratization and making predictions on the prospects, the book includes contributions from five commentators, Mitchell A.

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The Japanese farm-tenancy system / Seiyei Wakukawa; The industrial and commercial prospect / Edward A. Ackerman; Religion, magic, and morale / Douglas G.

Haring; The challenge of Japanese ideology / Douglas G. Haring; Military government and the occupation of Japan / Merle Fainsod; Prospects of constitutional democracy / Frederick M. Watkins. Despite these somewhat lukewarm assessments of their current political system, Japanese remain solidly supportive of democracy.

Roughly three-quarters (77%) endorse representative democracy, while almost two-thirds (65%) say referenda on major policy issues would be good for Japan – something that has never happened in post-World War II Japan. “This book makes a significant contribution to the field by analyzing a number of claims of modern Confucianism from a critical philosophical perspective.” — Kiri Paramore, author of Japanese Confucianism: A Cultural History Shaun O’Dwyer is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Languages and Cultures at Kyushu University.

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This book examines the prospects for democracy in the world today and frames the central dilemma confronting all states touched by the process of democratization. Georg Sorensen clarifies the concept of democracy, shows its application in different contexts, and questions whether democratic advancement will continue-and if so, at what price.

—Justin Kempf, Democracy Paradox "I opened The Decline and Rise of Democracy: A Global History from Antiquity to Today, by David Stasavage (Princeton, ), hoping to find insights on the prospects for democracy in Russia, and China.

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Through this the contributors raise intriguing questions about the prospects for. This book is the first to report the results of a large-scale survey-research project, the East Asian Barometer, in which eight research teams conducted national-sample surveys in five new democracies (Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, and Mongolia), one established democracy (Japan), and two nondemocracies (China and Hong Kong) in order to assess the prospects for democratic consolidation.

The twentieth century has witnessed a tremendous reinforcement of the concept of democracy. In a period of about one hundred years, the virtues of democracy have been greatly extolled and the world has witnessed a process of democratization. In the sixty years since its inception, Indian democracy too has developed indigenous roots and is emerging as a unique example of parliamentary democracy.

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Overmighty government may stifle economic initiative. But enfeebled government and unrepresentative government kills it, or diverts it into corruption and criminality This may not, perhaps, be a universal truth; but it is directly relevant to the prospects of democracy in the United States today."—The New York Times Book Review.

Bisson, T A: Prospects for Democracy in Japan. Dilemma in Nippon; PROSPECTS FOR DEMOCRACY IN JAPAN. By T. A. Bisson. An Institute of Pacific Relations Book. pp.Japan's Prospect. Douglas Gilbert Haring. and the prospects of constitutional democracy.

Together these studies indicate the limits within which all policies must operate in order to be practical: together they form the most comprehensive of all the recent books on Japan.Clyde V. Prestowitz, Jr., describes how in industry after industry Japan took advantage of U.S.

technology, whether manufactured consumer goods or industrial products, and how the successes of Japanese industry were helped by U.S. technologies in Trading Places (New York: Basic Books, ).