Professor Nakane comes to explanation of the behavior of Japanese through analysis rather of historical social structure of Japanese society, beginning with the. Review: Japanese Society. User Review – Risa – Goodreads. Japanese Society ( Center for Japanese and Korean Studies) by Chie Nakane () Read full. Japanese Society by Professor Chie Nakane was a ground breaking book when first published in , and has been cited in many books that.

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Dec 01, Hua Wang rated it it was ok. Of course her contribution was that she provided structure and perspective to what was felt socjety by everybody. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Three quick thoughts about this book: I didn’t finish the book. Being so-and-so’s father is a frame, and so on. From School to Employment 2.


Criteria of Group Formation. A society built around frame networks will come to see their surroundings as much more intimate and close than one built on attributes. Nakane is a social anthropologist, and her analysis focuses on both the group structure and the vertical nature of Japan’s society – in Japan your identity is based on what group you belong to, and your position within its hierarchy, what she refers to as “frame”, rather than any individual “attributes” you may have.

One is of course reminded of Ruth Benedict’s “Chrysanthemum and the Sword” which deals also with Japanese national culture.

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Account Options Sign in. One person found this helpful. Nakane’s remarkable achievement, which has already given new insight about themselves to the Japanese, promises to open up jalanese new field of large-society comparative social anthropology which is long overdue.

But it endures for the same reason Benedict’s does–she was searching for underlying principles which are important to Japanese society and which will continue to be felt japaneee many generations to come, regardless of superficial changes in areas like technology.

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As you can see, a frame is much more specific and personal. A most enjoyable and enlightening boo. There, he works for “such and such chis firm. Japanese Society Chie Nakane Limited preview – Articles needing additional references from February All articles needing additional references Pages to import images to Wikidata. Jul 24, Fadoua rated it liked it.

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Michael Crisostomo rated it it was amazing Aug 28, Sep 04, Shudi rated it it was amazing. The Anatomy of Dependence. Feb 27, Lee rated it liked it Shelves: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Recommended for those with a genuine interest in Japanese society, its influences, and its effects on cross-cultural interactions.