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The Western world and Japan
Sansom, George Bailey Sir
|Statement||by G.B. Sansom.|
|Contributions||Pforzheimer, Carl Howard, 1879-1957, former owner., Hersey, John, 1914-, inscriber.|
|LC Classifications||DS821 .S313|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 504, xi p. :|
|Number of Pages||504|
|LC Control Number||50005199|
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The Western World and Japan. "The first part of the book traces the early cultural relations between Europe and Asia. Against this historical background the second part shows how Japan reacted to Western influence from the days of her first contact with Europeans down to the time of her entry into international life in the nineteenth century."/5.
Among several thousand books in my home library, including, of course, the Short Cultural History and 3-volume A History of Japan by George B. Sansom (), perhaps the last great comprehensive historian of Japan writing in English, his The Western World of Japan: A Study in the Interaction of European and Asiatic Cultures is one of my all-time favorites.5/5(2).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sansom, George Bailey, Sir, Western World and Japan. London, Cresset Press, (OCoLC) The Western world and Japan. London: Cresset Press. MLA Citation. Sansom, George Bailey.
The Western world and Japan / by G.B. Sansom Cresset Press London Australian/Harvard Citation. Sansom, George Bailey. The Western world and Japan / by G.B. Sansom Cresset Press London. Wikipedia Citation. Excellent seventh grade social studies that includes geography, history and current information about the Western World.
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The director of the East Asian Institute, Columbia University, here provides an encyclopedic study of the impact of western culture on Asiatic peoples, Japan in particular.
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Reaction against domestic reform was comparatively calm, however, and the major stumbling block facing the bakufu was the foreign problem.
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The Western World and Japan. London: The Cresset Press, Hardcover. Large 8vo. xvi + pp. Canvas boards. Index. Frontis. B/w plates.
Corners bumped, spine discolored, slightly leaned, minor marks to end pages, else a solid, internally-clean G+ copy in G+ dustjacket (rubbed, chipped a few tears, now protected in plastic sleeve).
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i the end of the western world 2 The Rise of the West 23 3 Japan – Modern But Hardly Western 46 4 China’s Ignominy 70 5 Contested Modernity ii the age of china 6 China as an Economic Superpower 7 A Civilization-State 8 The Middle Kingdom Mentality 9 China’s Own Backyard 10 China as a Rising Global Power The guides are entitled: Asia in Western and World History, Masterworks of Asian Literature in Comparative Perspective, and Asia: Case Studies in the Social Sciences.
Each volume contains approximately forty essays by leading specialists that suggest a range of possibilities for introducing material on Asia.
the essays are arranged to provide.Start studying Lesson 9 MC 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Search. This was the foundation for Japan's relations with the western world. The creation of world stability as a result of the interaction of many nations is called.