Dictionary of the Modern Politics of Japan

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INDEX
Page numbers in bold refer to main subject entries.
a
Abe Shintarō 1 , 21 , 51 , 105 , 121 , 139 , 177 , 181 , 213
Abegglen, James C. xxviii , xxx
abortion 93 , 125
accountability xvii , xxiv-xxv , xxviii
activism, political see extremist movements;
nuclear issues;
social movements;
student political movements
administration, government 1-5 , 17-19 , 106 , 185-6
administrative guidance (Gyōsei shidō)1-2 , 169
former and new ministries and agencies, 3-4
'iron-triangles' business/LDP interests 242
reorganisation (2001) 2-3 , 18-19 , 22 , 41 , 81 , 170 , 171 , 172 , 173 , 185-6 , 196 , 212 , 220
separation from party politics 185
see also bureaucracy
Administrative Management Agency 2 , 182
Administrative Reform Commission 2 , 182
Administrative Vice-Minister 3-5
Afghanistan 98 , 99 , 160 , 231 , 239 , 249
Africa, relations with 5-6
Agricultural Co-operative Association (Nōkyō)6-8 , 61 , 162 , 207 , 219
agriculture xviii , 162-3
Basic Law on Food, Agriculture and Rural Areas 163
Land Reform (post-War) 6 , 162
politics of 6-8 , 149 , 157 , 162-3 , 207 , 219 , 248
Ainu174 , 229
Akao Bin 87
Akashi Yasushi 120
All-Japan Council of Private Sector Trade Unions 8 , 130
All-Japan Council of Teachers' and Staff Unions 8 , 49 , 129
All-Japan General Federation of Labour Unions 8-9 , 43 , 184
All-Japan Trade Union Congress 9 , 43 , 103 , 124 , 184 , 190
Allied Occupation see history, Allied Occupation;
Occupation policy
amakudarixxxiii , 3 , 9-10
Amami Oshima 50
Amano Mitsuharu 51 , 52
Ampiah, Kweku 5-6
anarchism 30 , 85 , 233
anti-Americanism 40 , 43-4 , 87 , 179 , 181 , 189 , 197 , 203 , 221 , 222 , 232 , 239
see also Security Treaty revision crisis
Aoki Morihisa 242
Aoshima Yukio 55
apathy, political xiii , 221
Apter David E. 86
Arafune Seijūrō 16
aristocracy 79
army see defence
Asahara Shōkō 12-13
Asanuma Inejiro 10-11 , 43-4 , 87 , 128 , 136 , 218 , 235
Ashida Hitoshi 11 , 27 , 28 , 32-3 , 71 , 123 , 185 , 190 , 210 , 211 , 224 , 257
Asia
Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) (1996) 83

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Table viii
  • Preface x
  • Introductory Essay xii
  • Theories of Japanese Politics xxii
  • A 1
  • B 16
  • C 20
  • D 39
  • E 46
  • F 89
  • G 103
  • H 107
  • I 116
  • J 122
  • K 132
  • L 145
  • M 157
  • N 181
  • O 195
  • P 202
  • R 213
  • S 218
  • T 236
  • U 243
  • V 251
  • W 252
  • Y 256
  • Bibliography 259
  • Japanese Language Bibliography 271
  • Index 273
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