Creating a Public: People and Press in Meiji Japan

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Creating a Public: People and Press in Meiji Japan
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 - The Legacy In Spite of the Authorities 12
  • Chapter 2 - Coming Into Being 1868 36
  • Chapter 3 - Serving The Government 1868 to 1874 46
  • Chapter 4 - Finding Its Own Voice 1874 to 1881 68
  • Chapter 5 - Serving The Political Parties 1881 to 1886 111
  • Chapter 6 - Developing A New Persona 1886 to 1894 150
  • Chapter 7 - Reporting A War 1894 to 1895 199
  • Chapter 8 - Building a Mass Base 1895 to 1903 224
  • Chapter 9 - Covering A Bigger War 1903 to 1905 271
  • Chapter 10 - Leading A Public 1905 to 1912 310
  • Conclusion 359
  • Appendix One 381
  • Appendix Two 386
  • Appendix Three 388
  • Appendix Four Number of Registered Newspapers and Magazines, 1897-1911 389
  • Appendix Five 391
  • Appendix Six 393
  • Notes 403
  • Bibliography 511
  • Index 545
  • About the Author 574
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