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Despite high public safety levels, crime prevention (bōhan) is a common concern in Japanese society. In the early-2000s, the Japanese government set out to “create a crime-resistant society”, giving rise to a flurry of crime prevention initiatives involving not only state institutions but also...
Drawing on media portrayals of the Japanese imperial family since the end of World War II, this study explores an imagined imperial community represented through Japanese digital media reports culminating at the dawn of Reiwa and Emperor Naruhito’s coronation in 2019. The study examines if the...
Japan’s opening to global trade during the second half of the nineteenth century aroused much interest from Western nations. Attempts to understand the nation were made by classifying Japan and its people within the racial and political hierarchies known at the time, which were frequently...
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