Japan's Invisible Race: Caste in Culture and Personality

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University of California Press, 1972 - 415 ページ
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Attempts at Political and Social Solutions to the Out
31
THE EARLY RECONCILIATION Yuwa MOVEMENT
38
Postwar Political Militance
68
The Influences of Reli
88
THE USE OF THE SCHOOLS IN BRINGING AROUT SOCIAL CHANGE
99
Ethnographic Studies of the Japanese Outcastes
110
ENDOGAMY WITHIN BURAKU COMMUNITIES
118
PRESENTDAY URBAN OUTCASTE COMMUNITIES
124
relative indices of delinquency and crime
264
COMMENT
271
Structure and Function of Caste Systems 211
277
structuralfunctional characteristics of CASTE SYSTEMS
284
CASTE OUTSIDE OF INDIA?
295
CASTE CONTRASTED TO OTHER PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL ORGANIZA
304
mechanisms
310
caste and the equalitarian creed
318

The Social Persistence of Outcaste Groups
137
Farming Community
153
LittleKnown Minority Groups of Japan
184
relations with majority japanese
192
Japans Outcastes in the United States
200
COMPARATIVE ACCULTURATION BY OUTCASTE AND NONOUTCASTE
206
SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF OUTCASTES
212
OUTCASTE GROUP REJECTION IN THE UNITED STATES
219
Socialization SelfPerception and Burakumin
228
Minority Status and Attitudes Toiuard Authority
258
Motivational Components of Caste
325
minants in Structural Theory
332
Toward a CrossCultural Psychology of Caste
353
institutionalization of symbols of the impure and
360
the symbolic exclusion
370
speculations on the role of status anxiety in develop
376
Bibliography
387
Index
407
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