6 edition of Constructing Civil Society in Japan found in the catalog.
October 2004 by Trans Pacific Press .
Written in English
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Beginning with the foundations of environmental sociology and concluding with considerations of the experiences and future prospects of Japanese civil society, Constructing Civil Society in Japan will appeal to numerous audiences. It is an introductory textbook in environmental sociology as well as a guide to environmental by: Beginning with the foundations of environmental sociology and concluding with considerations of the experiences and future prospects of Japanese civil society, Constructing Civil Society in Japan.
The State of Civil Society in Japan is the first book to fill all these gaps. It systematically traces the historical development of civil society in Japan and places it in comparative perspective, in the process developing the theory of civil society and the role of the state in shaping by: Civil Society in Japan: The Growing Role of NGO's in Tokyo's Aid and Development Policy [K.
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Civil Society and Japan's Foreign Aid examines the changing relations between the Japanese state and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in promoting effective aid policies and analyzes the changing nature of policy making and governance in Japan.
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For all the obstacles that remain, civil society is burgeoning in Japan, and the idea of civil society is at the core of the current debate about how to reinvigorate the country. This book gathers the insights of American and Japanese scholars from the fields of political science, sociology, social psychology, and history to investigate the nature of associational life and the public sphere in Japan.
Using case studies, interviews, and empirical sources, this book analyzes the strategies and impact of Internet use by civil society actors and asks how useful it is for their work - does the availability of Internet tools change the way citizens' groups work, does it influence their effectiveness, and does it do so differently in Japan from other countries?/5(4).
Next, Sheldon Garon surveys the evolution of civil society over the course of Japan’s modern history. He traces its role in shaping the state and, conversely, the state’s role in shaping society from Japan’s rise as a modern state in the Meiji era () to the democratic interlude of the Taishō era ().
pre 0 2 J Contributors Andrew Barshay is a professor of history at the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of State and Intellectual in Imperial Japan () and the forthcoming book The Social Sciences in Japan: Historical Essays, – His current research concerns Russian-Japanese cultural interactions since.
The State of Civil Society in Japan book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This survey about associational life and the public sp /5(6). This book is about associational life and the public sphere in Japan. Its purpose is to survey the subject in a systematic, interdisciplinary, and theoretically informed way and to bring the study of civil society in Japan into the mainstream of the Western literature on the : Frank Schwartz.
The State of Civil Society in Japan is the first book to fill all these gaps. It systematically traces the historical development of civil society in Japan and places it in comparative perspective, in the process developing the theory of civil society and the role of the state in shaping : $ Civil society employment represents over 2 1/2 per cent of total employment in Australia and the UK, about 1 1/2 per cent of total in Belgium and the UK, but less than 1/2 per cent in Japan.
But since the s, things have been changing, and Japanese CSOs are now increasing in number and size for several reasons, both international and domestic. Nonformal education in Japan: Its interface with formal schools, Kaori Okano 2.
The homework club and beyond: A civil society group’s quest to build a place for learning and belonging in a time of migration, Tomoko Nakamatsu 3. The importance of nonformal education in the success of Dôwa Education, June A.
Gordon 4. Constructing civil society in Japan: voices of environmental movements. [Kōichi Hasegawa] -- Based on four major case studies, this book offers an overview of contemporary Japan's changing attitudes and policies regarding environmental issues.
“Ogawa writes an interesting, provocative examination of the development of civil society in contemporary Japan This book will be of interest to students on non-Western civil society, scholars of contemporary Japan and of social entrepreneurship, and research methodologists.” — CHOICE “ Ogawa provides a fascinating account of contemporary Japanese civil society Cited by: Over the last fifteen years local citizens' movements have spread rapidly throughout Japan.
Created with the aim of improving the quality of the local environment, and of environmental management processes, such activities are widely referred to as machizukuri, and represent an important development in local politics and urban management in by: In responding to these unprecedented difficulties, wide-ranging reforms have been adopted including NPO, information disclosure and judicial reform legislation.
Controversially, this book argues that such reforms are creating a more robust civil society and demonstrate that Japan is far more dynamic than is generally recognized. The State of Civil Society in Japan is the first book to fill all these gaps.
It systematically traces the historical development of civil society in Japan and places it in comparative perspective, in the process developing the theory of civil society and the role of the state in shaping it.
Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Civil Society in Asia is an interdisciplinary resource, covering one of the most dynamically expanding sectors in contemporary ally a product of Western thinking, civil society represents a particular set of relationships between the state and either society or the individual.
Constructing Co-governance between Government and Civil Society Collaboration is a behaviour whereby the interested actors work together to achieve a certain goal, and the institutional arrangeme nt provides a set of rules to implement the goal. The Rise of Global Civil Society: Building Communities and Nations from the Bottom Up.
New York: Encounter Books. Session 2 (January 18 – Part II) “Big Picture” of Japanese Civil Society The class will draw a “big picture” of Japanese civil society. Toward the Construction of a Civil Society In Japan, during the current Diet session, three so-called "NPO Bills" have been presented by the various parties.
If they deliberate on this bill during the session that runs through mid-June, the parties might pass the "law to promote citizens' activity," proposed by the three parties of the ruling coalition, but it is unclear when this law. Constructing Civil Society in Japan: Voices of Environmental Movements Japan's Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the Twenty-first Century," The Journal of Polit no.
2 (May ): Author: Daniel P. Aldrich. This article presents an analysis of the role of civil society in the project of a South African developmental state. A trend assessment is conducted with the view to illuminate where the civil society organisation (CSO) stands, and in the pursuit of the developmental state in South Africa's young : Timi Legend Asuelime.
In this book, Tomoyuki Sasaki explores how the SDF enlisted popular support from civil society and how civil society responded to the growth of the SDF.
Japan's Postwar Military and Civil Society details the interactions between the SDF and civil society over four decades, from the launch of rearmament in /5(1). Complexity, Security and Civil Society in East Asia offers the latest understanding of complex global problems in the region, including nuclear weapons, urban insecurity, energy, and climate change.
Detailed case studies of China, North and South Korea, and Japan demonstrate the importance of civil society and ‘civic diplomacy’ in reaching shared solutions to these Author: Peter Hayes, Kiho Yi.
International Journal of Japanese Sociology. Vol Issue 1. Constructing Civil Society in Japan: Voices of Environmental Movements ‐ By Koichi Hasegawa. Ryoichi Terada.
Meiji University. Search for more papers by this author. Ryoichi Terada. Meiji : Ryoichi Terada. ‘Sabine Lang has done a fantastic service to both researchers and policy advocates concerned with civil society and civic participation.
Clearly distinguishing between group policy advantages bargained in backrooms and democratic gains made by giving citizens real opportunities for public voice, Lang shows how NGOs navigate the trade-offs and synergies between these two Cited by: deeper understanding of Japanese civil society.
This report utilised these works in order to deliver as much information as possible about Japanese civil society and increase understanding of Japanese civil society among non-Japanese speakers.
Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to thank CIVICUS and everyone who engaged in. Nonformal Education and Civil Society in Japan critically examines an aspect of education that has received little attention to date: intentional teaching and learning activities that occur outside formal schooling.
In the last two decades nonformal education has rapidly increased in extent and significance. This is because individual needs for education have Cited by: 1. Only under pressure from civil society do policymakers move toward financial incentives and public relations campaigns.
Through fieldwork and interviews with bureaucrats and activists, Aldrich illustrates these dynamics with case studies from Japan, France, and the United States. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Japan's Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in 21st Century Japan” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving /5.
Civil Society. The contemporaneous meaning of the concept of civil society started to develop after the French Revolution of In the 18th and 19th centuries the term was closely associated with the city and government.
Civil society organizations (CSOs) have played important roles over the years in the disaster field. Starting from the traditional approach of response and relief, the emphasis has gradually shifted to disaster risk reduction. From international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to.
"Civil Society and the Internet in Japan addresses how citizen groups utilize the Internet and how significant it is in their effectiveness. Isa Ducke provides an introduction into the theory regarding technological impact on democracy and this is supported with a series of case studies that take a closer look at the role of the Internet during the history textbook controversy.
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In the last two decades nonformal education has rapidly increased in extent and significance. This is because individual needs for education have Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Constructing Capitalism The Reemergence of Civil Society and Liberal Economy in the Post-Communist World. By Kazimierz Z. Poznanski. Hardback $ eBook $ Available for pre-order. Item will ship after J ; Book Description. In this timely interdisciplinary volume, a renowned group of scholars provides a fresh look at Missing: Japan.
Constructing Civil Society in Japan: Voices of Environmental Movements – Koichi Hasegawa Japan's Quiet Transformation: Social Change and Civil Society in the Twenty‐first Century – Jeff Kingston. Daniel P. Aldrich. Tulane University. Search for more papers by this : Daniel P. Aldrich.The highest merit of the book lies in its realist attitude towards the globalist idealism.
According to Chandler, the success of the notion of 'global civil society' is much more a consequence of the crisis of Western democracies than an expression of a Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.Nonformal Education and Civil Society in Japan. edited by Kaori H. Okano Critical Studies in Asian Education series About the Book.
Nonformal Education and Civil Society in Japan critically examines an aspect of education that has received little attention to date: intentional teaching and learning activities that occur outside formal schooling. In the last two decades .