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Internationalising Japan [electronic resource] : discourse and practice /
edited by Jeremy Breaden, Stacey Steele and Carolyn S. Stevens.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2014.
xiv, 212 pages ; 24 cm.
9780415735704 (hardback), 9781315818801 (ebook)
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Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2014.
9780415735704 (hardback)
9781315818801 (ebook)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Introduction : Internationalising Japan as Discourse and Practice / Jeremy Breaden and Carolyn S. Stevens -- The Dog That Didn't Bark : 3/11 and International Students in Japan / Jeremy Breaden and Roger Goodman -- Internationalising Legal Education in Japan as Discourse and Practice / Kota Fukui and Stacey Steele -- From "Internationalisation" to "Multicultural Co-living" in Japanese Schools / Kaori Okano -- Fitting Japanese Cuisine into Australia : Im-perfect Translations / Iori Hamada and Carolyn S. Stevens -- Internationalising Japanese Culture : Australian Interpretations of Urasenke Chado (the Way of Tea) Tradition / Stacey Steele -- Uneven Cosmopolitanism : Japanese Working Holiday Makers in Australia and the "Lost Decade" / Kumiko Kawashima -- Self-help Groups for Alcoholics in Japan : Models of "recovery" / Richard Chenhall and Tomofumi Oka -- Globalisation, Soccer, and the Sportsworlds of Japan, Australia and the United States / William W. Kelly -- Internationalising Sumo : From Viewing to Doing Japan's National Sport / Howard Gilbert and Katrina Watts -- The Transfer of Japanese Baseball Players to Major League Baseball : Have Japanese Ball Players Been Internationalised? / Keiji Kawai and Matt Nichol -- Conclusion : Reflections : The Rhythms of Internationalisation in Post-Disaster Japan / Vera Mackie.
"The book explores how internationalisation, a process affecting many countries throughout the world, is affecting Japan. The book considers how internationalisation is imagined, discussed and operationalised, both in Japan, and in surrounding countries; focuses in particular on educational, leisure and cultural activities, fields which are often overlooked in favour of economic and political developments; and concludes by assessing how internationalisation in Japan is likely to develop in future, taking into account the impact of the March 2011 earthquake"--
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