Religion in Japan

Religion in Japan

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A remarkable 1996 collection of essays exploring different aspects of religion in Japan by an international team of contributors. The range of subjects include chapters on new religions in post-war Japan, on beliefs about fox-possession in the Heian period and on the religious life of the first shogunate in the late twelfth century.Operating on the model of a zero-sum game, Komatsu repeatedly says that a rise in womena#39;s status is equivalent to a decrease in mena#39;s ... their employees, a category typically including non-salaried family members, mostly performing menial, manual labour for poor returns. ... producing parts or materials as subcontractors to large firms, and they produce at the whim of these larger firms, dependent uponanbsp;...

Title:Religion in Japan
Author: P. F. Kornicki, I. J. McMullen
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1996-02-08

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