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THE JAPANESE THROUGH AMERICAN EYES by  Sheila K Johnson - Paperback - 1991 - from 100 POCKETS and


by Johnson, Sheila K

Condition: NEW/None as Issued

Stanford, CA: Stanford Univ Press, 1991. BRAND NEW COPY. Sheila K. Johnson (1937 -) considers selected American notions towards the Japanese. This book is a much revised, updated, and expanded edition of American Attitudes Toward Japan, 1941-1975 (1975), and Amerika-jin no Nihon-kan (1986). Based, chiefly on ideas and notions openly, and subtley, expressed in novels, newsprint, magazines, tour guides, cartoons, movies, and televsion shows, Johnson pieces together salient views Americans (excluding those of Japanese-Americans) habor towards Japan. An interesting comparative basis as one considers contemporary perspectives.. Paperback. NEW/None as Issued.


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