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Author Lebra, Takie Sugiyama, 1930- compilor.

Title Japanese culture and behavior : selected readings / edited by Takie Sugiyama Lebra and William P. Lebra.

Publication Info. Honolulu : University Press of Hawaii, [1974]


Location Call No. Status
 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  952 L451J    Check Shelf
Description xi, 459 pages ; 21 cm
Note "An East-West Center book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Values and beliefs: Pelzel, J. C. Human nature in the Japanese myths. Ishida, E. A culture of love and hate. Caudill, W. and Scarr, H. A. Japanese value orientations and culture change. Lebra, T. S. Intergenerational continuity and discontuinity in moral values among Japanese. DeVos, G. The relation of guilt toward parents to achievement and arranged marriage among the Japanese. -Patterns of interaction: Doi, L. T. Amae: a key concept for understanding Japanese personality structure. Nakane, C. Criteria of group formation. Brown, W. Japanese management: the cultural background. Lebra, T. S. Reciprocity and the asymmetric principle: an analytical reappraisal of the Japanese concept of on. Befu, H. Gift-giving in a modernizing Japan. -Socialization and psycho-social development: Caudhill, W. and Plath, D. W. Who sleeps by whom? Parent-child involvement in urban Japanese families. Ikeda, Y. Parental-attitude toward twins in Japan. Kasahara, Y. "Graduation phobia" in the Japanese university. Rohlen, T. P. Sponsorship of cultural continuity in Japan: a company training program. Kiefer, C. W. The psychological interdependence of family, school, and bureaucracy in Japan. -Cultural stress, extreme responses, and behavior transformation: Kato, M. Self-destruction in Japan: a cross-cultural epidemiological analysis of suicide. Iwal, H. Delinquent groups and organised crime. Karahara, Y. Fear of eye-to-eye confrontation among neurotic patients in Japan. Miura, M. and Usa, S. A psychotherapy of neurosis: Morita therapy. Murase, T. Naikan therapy. Owada, Y., Gleason, A. H., and Avery, R. W. Taishu Danko: agency for change in a Japanese university. Doi, L. T. Higaisha-Ishiki: the psychology of revolting youth in Japan.
Subject National characteristics, Japanese.
Anthropology, Cultural -- Japan.
Cultural Characteristics -- Japan.
Culture -- Japan.
Added Author Lebra, William P., compilor.
ISBN 0824802764
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