Beschreibung"One of the best collections of important considerations and useful material on Japanese education in recent years."-Monumenta Nipponica
"Reflecting some of the best recent scholarship on Japanese education by both American and Japanese researchers, this volume provides a fairly comprehensive overview of developments in Japanese education."-Choice
"[This] collection of papers provides rich and abundant information on various facets of Japanese education. This is surely in part due to the editorial skills of a highly respected expert on Japanese society and education. This book offers a great deal of useful knowledge for non-Japanese students, teachers, and scholars, and for their Japanese counterparts as well. . . . I am very pleased that this excellent cooperation between U.S. and Japanese educators has resulted in a strong collection of essays that will help to inform persons interested in Japanese education and society."-Umakoshi Toru, Journal of Japanese Studies
Untertitel: Patterns of Socialization, Equality, and Political Control. Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Pennsylvania State University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2004
Seitenanzahl: 316 Seiten