[KineJapan] New Content on the ejcjs
timiles2003 at yahoo.com
Wed May 29 15:18:30 EDT 2013
The electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies is pleased to announce to release of Volume 13, Issue 1, with peer-reviewed contributions from:
Leadership, Strategy, and Policy Entrepreneurship in Japanese Security Politics: A Comparison of Three Prime Ministerships
A Theoretical Analysis of Japan’s Changing Security Identity: Through the Application of Analytical Eclecticism
Mary M. McCarthy
Government Stooge or Public Advocate? Japanese Newspaper Coverage of Government Policies Toward China
Lachlan Jackson and Belinda Kennett
Language edutainment on Japanese television: Just what are learners learning?
The Era of Dual Life: The Shin-Issei, the Japanese Contemporary Migrants to the U.S.
Local Foreign Suffrage in Kawasaki City: The Changing State of Voting Rights in Japan
New Challenges After Fukushima: Nuclear Energy, Critical Junctures and Regional Development Policies in Japan
As ever, our thanks to our contributors, readers, and our production staff of dedicated, volunteer scholars. We welcome submissions from every field of Japanese Studies; please do consider publishing with us.
General Editor, the ejcjs
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