In Okinawa, the Modern Girl served as a tool of Japanization
, and in India the Modern Girl aroused sentiments of "the racial politics of nationalism" (Weinbaum et al.
In a seminal 2016 paper, "Japanization
: Is It Endemic or Epidemic?" Columbia University Professor Takatoshi Ito, an early critic of the Bank of Japan's policies and an advisor to the Abe government, defines "Japanization
" as a combination of the following four economic conditions:
Furthermore, some analysts (Wakatabe, 2012) are even suggesting the "Japanization
" of other economies as a solution for overcoming crises.
of English Language Education: Promotion of the National Language within Foreign Language Policy.
of Modernity: Murakami Haruki between Japan and the United States.
Some might refer to this process as the Japanization
of the U.S.
His topics include Okinawan education and "Japanization
," the distortion of orientalism, islands on the boundary, the idea of progressive nationalism, and the dialect placards of the 1960s.
of British industry: new developments in the 1990s.
In Part 1, Hershock culturally situates Buddhism, chronicles the early phases of the Japanization
of Buddhism, and introduces us to the main figures in the development of Zen institutions and practice.
"The longer term danger is a 'Japanization
' of Europe, as growth stalls and deflation takes hold," he said.
Drawing on written evidence like government documents and personal records, she interprets each aspect of the military administration of Guam from the perspective of the navy's management of the South Sea Islands, examining non-militarization and how it related to Guam's occupation by Japan, efforts to bring about economic development, and the application of Japanization
to Guam's Chamorros.
policies and implementation, political participation, Japanization
, and others (Chapter Nine).