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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.52 Japanese Civilization in the Modern World:XIV - Information and Communication

March 29, 2000 Publication

Edited by Umesao Tadao, William W.Kelly, Kubo Masatoshi

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Contents
Preface
1. KEYNOTE ADDRESS: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION IN THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CIVILIZATIONS
UMESAO Tadao
2. MECHANISMS AND SYSTEMS SURROUNDING EDO PERIOD PUBLISHING
KONTA Yozo
3. JAPAN'S MODERN POSTAL SERVICE AS A REORGANIZATION OF THE EARLY MODERN POST-STATION SYSTEM
ABE Akio
4. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS IN GERMANY AND JAPAN UP TO THE END OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Gunther DISTELRATH
5. GERMAN-JAPANESE COOPERATION IN THE JAPANESE TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY -THE CASE OF SIEMENS, FUJI ELECTRIC AND FUJITSU-
Edzard JANSSEN
6. FROM ACTIVE ENTHUSIASTS TO PASSIVE LISTENERS -RADIO, THE STATE AND THE TRASFORMATION OF THE WIRESELL IMAGINATION-
MIZUKOSHI Shin
7. FROM FILM TO VIDEO -HOW JAPANESE TV FOUND ITS NICHE IN THE SOCIETY OF VISUAL MEDIA-
KUBO Masatoshi
8. THE SPIRIT AND SPECTACLE OF SCHOOL BASEBALL -MASS MEDIA, STATEMAKING, AND "EDU-TAINMENT" IN JAPAN, 1905-1935-
William W. KELLY
9. SYNTONY, DISTONY, VIRTUAL SISTERHOOD, AND MULTIPLYING ANONYMOUS PERSONALITIES -INVISIBLE PSEUDO-KINSHIP STRUCTURES THROUGH MOBILE MEDIA TERMINAL'S LITERACY-
FUJIMOTO Ken'ichi
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
INDEX OF PERSONAL NAMES
INDEX OF ORGANIZATION-NAMES
INDEX OF PLACE-AND STRUCTURE-NAMES
INDEX OF KEYWORDS

 
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